The Left’s New Focus of Attack
Will Johnson: Welcome, everybody. Will Johnson in the house. I got my producer riding shotgun with me, Channon, and of course, thank you to Anni on the other end. Welcome, everybody. Thank you for joining us again. Do me a favor.
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Channon: You are saying it all wrong. I was like, what are you saying, Will?
Will Johnson: What am I saying?
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Channon: Oh, man. You know, there's just chaos in America. What is happening to our country? I don't know, Will. Earlier today, I was texting a friend, and she said, I have turned off the news. I can't take it anymore. You know, a lot of people feel like that. We got chaos at the border. We have chaos in cities.
Will Johnson: Ah-huh.
Channon: Like Minneapolis and Portland, and you know who stands silent?
Will Johnson: Atlanta, D.C.
Channon: I'm actually ...
Will Johnson: Austin.
Will Johnson: St. Louis.
Will Johnson: Oakland.
Channon: If this were all happening under the previous administration, they would be blaming him.
Will Johnson: Oh, of course.
Channon: So, guess what, people? We are blaming Biden for what is happening right now. Of course, most of these cities are Democrat-run. So, whether it was a previous administration or not, does it matter? It's a Democrat city. So, what do you do?
Will Johnson: Yeah, well, this was happening before Biden.
Will Johnson: I mean, the Democrats have been pushing this agenda onto the American people for years now, for years and years. I think it's coming; personally, I think it is just coming to the boiling point, especially now that they have an organization like BLM to go out there and create more havoc, BLM and Antifa.
Channon: You know, I think the biggest difference between what was happening before and what's happening now is, President Trump would come out and say, listen, I support the police. This shouldn't be happening. But, you know, there's a responsibility on both sides.
He wouldn't plot the people against the police or the police against the people. But to me, Biden and Kamala Harris, which we have a clip to play here in a little bit, literally are plotting the people against law enforcement. It just blows me away. I mean, I wouldn't want to be a police officer right now.
Will Johnson: Yeah, well, you know what? A police officer in Minnesota, I mean, I'm talking about the police chief. He went to a press conference and said that it was a mistake and that shouldn't have happened. Personally, he should have never said that.
He should have said after observing the video footage from the body cam. We can see that Daunte Wright was fighting and struggling with the police officers. Because of his history, the police officers did what was necessary to protect themselves and others in the community.
If he had never been aggressive, talking about Daunte Wright, if he had never been fighting with them, this would never be a situation right now. We wouldn't be talking about him at all, and he would not be dead.
Channon: So, let's kind of set up the situation here. You have officer Kim Potter, who pulled over this vehicle that had expired tags, right?
Will Johnson: Right.
Channon: So, at one point, he seemed like he was cooperating, but then once they said they were going to arrest him, things got a little sticky. Apparently, in the bodycam footage, she was saying, taser, taser. This is where the police chief came out and said she made a mistake.
They are saying that instead of grabbing the taser, she grabbed her gun. Apparently, she shot the young man, and he passed away. But there's a whole other side of this situation that people aren't talking about, that is this young man Daunte Wright…
Will Johnson: Which, I'm going to let you go into the details. But let me just get it in a nutshell, for everyone is listening right now. Daunte Wright was another no-good thug. Just plain terms.
No good thug. That's what he was, and the police officers knew this. They treated him as such. Looking at the video, you can see he didn't have any respect for law and order.
Channon: Right, so CNN had his parents on, of course, you're going to show crying parents, and of course, they say, oh, he was such a sweet boy and, you know, he had a bright future.
Will Johnson: He did no wrong.
Channon: He brought a smile to everyone's face when he walked into the room. Well, some things have come out, some details that show he did not bring smiles to every single person when he walked into a room. So, more details are coming out about the warrant that they had for his arrest.
What happened is, let me find this. So, do people want to know what Wright's outstanding warrant was? I'll tell you what. I've heard stories where they were saying, oh, it was a warrant for a misdemeanor. Like they're trying to make it seem like it wasn't such a huge warrant.
But that's not the case. According to court documents, Daunte Wright was facing an attempted robbery charge in which he allegedly choked a woman and then held her at gunpoint. I mean, how charming is this young man, right? Oh, he's so sweet. I'm sure he didn't bring a smile to her face.
Will Johnson: So, let me say this, and you can continue in just a second. But let me get this straight. The parents went on CNN and said that he was such a loving, caring kid and had a bright future. Do the parents know about this? I mean, seriously, did the parents know about this? Now, I guess your child can do no wrong, right? Come on.
Channon: I'm sure he loved his mom and his parents.
Will Johnson: That's not the question here. I mean, if they were going to be honest here, they would say, “Okay, you know what? He has some issues. But the police officer should have never shot him.” The police officer was yelling, taser, taser. But she ended up shooting him—a no-good thug.
Channon: So, when that little confrontation happened, apparently, the officers now knew who this Daunte guy was, right?
Will Johnson: Yep.
Channon: Like they knew that he wasn't this sweet little innocent young man sitting in a car.
Will Johnson: Exactly.
Channon: Court documents in Hennepin County say that he and another man, his last name is Driver, were at a woman's apartment. When the three of them were leaving, the woman, and them, that's when Wright, turned around and blocked the door, preventing the victim from leaving the apartment, right?
Then he pulls out a gun and points it at the woman. He told her and her roommate to give him the rent money, which is about $820 or $840, something like that.
Will Johnson: So, he's robbing them. Right?
Channon: Literally robbing them, right, and he's telling her, according to court documents, "Give me the F***ing money. I know you have it."
Will Johnson: Wow.
Channon: Then he choked the woman twice while fighting with her and threatened to shoot her as he tried to snatch the money out of her bra, which is where she had stashed the money. So, these officers know that this guy had pulled a gun on somebody already, and now he's resisting arrest.
How many times have we seen where it's just an everyday traffic pullover, expired tags, and then all of a sudden, the person goes to the car and pulls out a gun, a knife, or something on the police officer and uses it against them. At this point, she's fighting for her life. An accident, I understand.
Maybe she was confused, or I mean, she was starting to fear for her life. Because now she doesn't know what this young man, who pulled a gun on someone before and threatened to shoot them, she doesn't know what they're going to do.
So. I can't imagine the stress of that moment for police officers. But now they're making it seem like she was an agitator, like, oh, well, she shot him, and it was an accident. The whole thing was just a big accident, right? Her fault. That's not true.
This young man contributed to what had happened at that moment. I mean, he didn't follow orders. If he would have followed orders, didn't resist arrest, and just went along with them, everything would be fine. He would be alive right now. There wouldn't have even been an accident that happened.
But his actions took this to the next level, where something else happened. My question is, if she told him to stop, did she have the right to shoot him or tase him? She probably did. She told him to stop, but he didn't stop.
Will Johnson: Actually, as a police officer, and once he started fighting with them, they had every right to shoot him.
Will Johnson: Not just tase him.
Will Johnson: But they had every right to shoot him.
Will Johnson: Because he's already fighting with them, and he is jumping back into his vehicle. They don't know if he's going to pull out a weapon and with him jumping back into the vehicle and speeding off. The vehicle becomes a weapon. So, they have no idea what his intentions were when he started fighting with them.
You know what? The police officers should never resign here in this case. They should never be charged here in this case because the body cam footage is clear. I'm a black male, and I'm telling everybody right now. When you're fighting with the police officers, and you already have a criminal record like this. You're subject to get shot.
It's a no-brainer. It's literally a no-brainer, but people, still continue to do this. Then you have cases where people are trying to literally put this information out. They are trying to convey that, hey, police officers need to take orders from us.
Will Johnson: That is not the case, and that is the movement. You even have some politicians talking about disarming the police department. You have news media outlets talking about disarming the police department. You have government officials in Minnesota talking about disarming police officers.
Do you recognize what has happened? Do you really recognize it? I don't think people do. Let me play a clip for you where, if I'm not mistaken, he's the Governor of Minnesota. If I'm not mistaken, they are asking him about it. He says that the police officers possibly should be disarmed. Listen to this.
Gov. Tim Walz: Once we get the full text of your request and make sure that we sit down and go through it and see how we can implement it. I don't believe that officers need to necessarily have weapons. You know, every time they're making a traffic stop.
Will Johnson: Are you kidding me?
Channon: Yeah, that's ridiculous.
Will Johnson: Are you kidding me? They literally just said, I don't believe they need to have firearms, sidearms every time they do a traffic stop. Do you know how many times they're killed during a traffic stop?
Channon: Yeah, it's ridiculous. I think it's unreported by news of how many times these police officers are being attacked during regular traffic stops. Do you know that traffic stops like the one that happened in Minnesota are one of the most dangerous situations a police officer can be in?
So, how irresponsible is it to make that statement? It's absolutely irresponsible. You know, just the other day, and I'm sorry it was in Maryland. Police reported that they were being shot at after responding to a call, right?
They got called for a parking hazard at a suburban mall, and as they approached the situation, they were under fire. They said somewhere from up high. This is becoming more common.
People like Kamala Harris are irresponsible. Our Vice President comes out and comments, like she did the other day, saying that we need more than prayers. She creates a very poisonous situation here in America.
Will Johnson: Absolutely, absolutely.
Channon: A poisonous situation.
Will Johnson: She's a charlatan.
Channon: She is absolutely irresponsible. It blows my mind. Actually, you know what, Will. Can you play that clip about what she said?
Will Johnson: Yeah, yeah. I will go ahead and play it.
Channon: After the shooting.
Kamala Harris: Before we get started, I do want to address the killing of Daunte Wright. He should be alive today. And to his family and loved ones, you must know that the President and I grieve with you as the nation grieves his loss, and we stand with you.
Our nation needs justice and healing, and law enforcement must be held to the highest standards of accountability. At the same time, we know that folks will keep dying if we don't fully address racial injustice and inequities in our country.
Will Johnson: Oh, my goodness. Oh, my goodness. Oh, my goodness. Racial injustice. Seriously, what? There is no racial injustice going on. The only racial issue that we're having is the one that the left is creating. This police officer killing Daunte Wright did not kill him because he was simply black.
That's not the reason why that happened. It happened because he was fighting with them. More white people are killed in the United States of America by police officers than any other. They don't want to say that's an issue. They only want to say it is an issue when it happens to black people.
They're literally trying to create a race war in the United States of America, and they're putting targets on these police officers. Police officers are getting targeted as a result of this. This is so disgusting on so many levels.
Channon: It's maddening. Oh, my gosh. I'm listening to that recording. I'm cringing. I'm shaking my head. I'm like, oh, my gosh, this woman is sitting next to the highest position in America. You know what? Can I say it?
Will Johnson: Yeah, I think you can.
Channon: What pisses me off more than anything else.
Will Johnson: I think everyone is in that mindset right now.
Channon: Here's the deal. Well, Kamala Harris, we have a thing; it's called the Constitution that allows Ms. Kim Potter to have due process.
Will Johnson: Oh, yes, due process.
Channon: Okay. How dare you come on here and make this woman out to be a person that did something without investigating the entire situation. Do you understand how dangerous this is?
Will Johnson: Well, you know what it is, she found another opportunity because the police officer that killed Daunte Wright was a white woman. She was a white police officer. So, automatically they make it a racial issue.
Channon: Right, once again, dismissing this young man's record. Let me tell you what. This young man went to court for what I described earlier. He was in jail after the court hearing. His bail was set at $100,000. The bail bondsman has put up $40,000, and he was released. Later the judge revoked his bail. Do you know why?
Because he's still possessed the firearm that he was supposed to give up to his probation officer, and he did not. He was supposed to report to his probation officer, and he did not. He was supposed to show up for court, and he did not.
Do you know why he did it? Because the charge that he was facing had a 20-year prison sentence. That's how dangerous the situation this young man created for these two young women. Does she care about that? No, she doesn't. Has he gone through his due process yet? No, he has not.
This police officer knew about the situation. You cannot tell me she did not feel threatened in this situation. I don't buy it. I am so angry that Kamala Harris has the gall to stand up there and say what she said, knowing the facts of the situation.
Will Johnson: You know what? She probably doesn't know the facts, and she probably doesn't even ...
Channon: No, she has no idea. Then you know what? That's even more irresponsible.
Will Johnson: Yeah, I'm saying she doesn't even know the facts. Do you know why I say she doesn't know the facts? Because she probably doesn't even care about the facts. We're talking about leftist liberal socialists, communists, Democrats here.
Do you really think they care about the facts? There are two things here. She doesn't know the facts, or she doesn't care about the facts. It's one or the other.
Will Johnson: It's probably a little of both.
Will Johnson: But listen, there's this Tick Tock video floating around, and I saw it the other day. This white male says, hey, everyone, I know you are saying that what happened to Daunte Wright is bad, but I have to show you something here.
He takes his phone, shows his laptop, and shows that the warrant issued for Daunte Wight was actually sent to the wrong address. That's the reason why he didn't receive notification for the warrant for his arrest. I don't care.
Channon: Well, come on now.
Will Johnson: You know, even if that's the case.
Channon: He didn't show up for court.
Will Johnson: I don't care if that's the case. I don't care because the reason why they sent out a warrant is that you don't go to court in the first place.
Channon: He knew, come on.
Will Johnson: Did you know about the court date? They don't have to send out a warrant for a court date.
Channon: Of course.
Will Johnson: You know about the court date. When you miss a court date, that's when they send out the warrant for your arrest.
Will Johnson: So, there's no excuse for that. They're trying to make excuses talking about why he had the warrant for his arrest. The warrant, he shouldn't have had the warrant in the first place. But he had it because he was doing criminal activity.
Will Johnson: He was another thug.
Channon: He was supposed to turn in his gun. He didn't. He was supposed to meet with his probation officer. He didn't.
Will Johnson: Exactly.
Channon: End of story. This guy knew that he was eluding the police.
Will Johnson: And you don't need a warrant to show up for court.
Channon: Right, listen, his parents came on CNN or whatever show it was, right?
Will Johnson: Communists News Network.
Channon: Whatever show.
Will Johnson: I think it was Communists News Network.
Channon: And his mom, she said this, she said he got pulled over because he had air fresheners hanging from his rearview mirror. That's what he told his mom, which isn't the reason. We know that he had expired tags.
Will Johnson: Right.
Channon: But this is what she said. "All he did was have air fresheners in the car, and I told him to get out of the car," and then, at some point, she told him, "Daunte, don't run." Why do you think she told him don't run? Did he have a reason to run? Did she feel like he might have a reason to run?
Of course, she isn't stupid. She knows that he had been in trouble, and she knows that he probably wasn't doing what he was supposed to do. So, the police were going to be after him, and she knew her son would probably try to get away from the police.
That's exactly what he did because he wasn't this nice, young, sweet man that gave lit up everybody's face. You know, he put a smile on their face when he walked into a room. I'm sure he didn't put a smile on everybody's face when he walked into the courtroom.
Will Johnson: He didn't put a smile on everybody's face, on the two women's faces when he was robbing them.
Channon: Right. So, the situation is being completely painted in a different light, and it's dangerous to do this because let me tell you what. They did the same thing to the police officers in; what city was it?
What, were the police officers, you know, the man, he was getting in the car, and the police thought he was at some party? The police officers came, and they shot him. They basically paralyzed him from the neck down. What was that? Oh, gosh, what was that case? Anyway ...
Will Johnson: That's the one that was in; was that in St. Louis?
Channon: Was it St. Louis?
Will Johnson: I don't know.
Channon: Okay, anyway, so after they did an investigation, several different organizations did an investigation, and the police officers were proven to be in the right. Where all charges against them were dismissed, and they are now back on duty. So, even then, they tried to paint this man as a good person.
He was such a great person. Of course, come find out, there was a reason why he was acting the way he was with police officers as well. But once again, those police officers got their due process, and they were found innocent. So, now they're back on the job. You know it angers me because Kamala Harris, to me, has become a race-baiter.
Will Johnson: She's a tyrant.
Channon: She is causing friction in America.
Will Johnson: I mean, it's the same thing Obama did. Remember because Obama said if I had a son, he would look like Trayvon. Do you remember that? Then after he did that, guess what started happening.
There was a BLM rally in Dallas, Texas, where a BLM member started shooting at police officers. People forget about that, and then they try to say, oh, he wasn't with BLM. He wasn't with BLM. Of course, he was with BLM. He's a black male that is supporting BLM shooting at police officers.
Will Johnson: Of course, he was, now it's the same thing Obama did, and now Kamala Harris is picking up that mantle and running with it.
Channon: Yeah, it's like the same thing, isn't it?
Will Johnson: Exactly the same thing.
Will Johnson: It's just a different scenario now, but it's the same motivation, the same motives that they're pushing onto all of us with this racial division. You know what? They're just waiting for Biden too, you know, can I say, to keel over so that she can come in and take over.
I mean, they're waiting for it. They're really looking for it. The left is looking for it, and when she takes over, it's going to be total, total tyranny. I mean, right now, Biden is like going with the motion because he doesn't know where he is half the time. But when she goes in, it's going to be total tyranny.
Channon: Oh, man.
Will Johnson: It's going to be disgusting.
Channon: This woman is also in charge of the border, which she has yet to even address the border, the problem at the border. The inhumane facilities and the way some of these people are being treated. The cartel using these people is a huge problem because of the situation they created at the border.
I haven't heard her have one single press conference; this is an administration. When they got into power, they swore that they were going to be transparent. They swore that they were going to be working for the American people, that they were going to keep us informed. You know what? We can't find out anything from them, and they won't tell us what's going on.
Will Johnson: There is no transparency.
Will Johnson: On top of that, Kamala Harris is getting ready. In the report, I saw she's getting ready to make some trips outside of the country.
Channon: For what?
Will Johnson: One is in Mexico, but she's not going there to address any of the issues about the border. She's not going to go to the Mexico side and go to the border. That's not the plan, and they said it's not in her travel plans to do that. Then the Press Secretary, which I mean, seriously, is completely crazy.
Channon: Worst Press Secretary I have ever seen.
Will Johnson: But she went on air and said, well, we had the Homeland Security go down to the border. She listed off a few other people who went down to the border. But Biden and Harris are supposedly the leaders of the United States. Oh, my goodness.
It's just sickening to think about that. But they're supposedly running everything. They're supposed to care about the American people and our sovereignty. They should be down on the border. President Trump went down to the border a number of times.
Will Johnson: So did Mike Pence a number of times.
Will Johnson: They have yet to go down there, and they've created a crisis on the border that the Border Patrol says they've never seen, never seen before.
Channon: Right, never seen. Do you know what is crazy? When they said there is a problem with the border, Trump got hyper-focused. He said, “Okay, there's a problem with that. Let's go, let's go figure it out.”
Will Johnson: Let's address the issue.
Channon: Let's address it, and he addressed the people of America on what he was doing, where his position was. You know, I haven't heard anything from Kamala Harris. Not a single peep about the border, and another thing I didn't hear.
She came out, and she went to talk about the attack on Daunte Wright. But she was completely silent on the attack on ICE agents last week in Portland, completely silent. BML, what do you call them, Black Bloc, all descend on these ICE agents.
Will Johnson: Antifa, Black Bloc, and BLM put chains around the federal ice building in Portland and barricaded the doors.
Channon: Right, barricaded the door.
Will Johnson: Barricaded the doors and then set the building on fire.
Channon: On fire.
Will Johnson: With people inside.
Channon: With people inside. Where's the outrage, people? That's a federal freaking building that they attacked. This is the definition of terrorism happening here in America, and Kamala Harris is completely silent. Where is her outrage? Where is her statement of, me and Joe, we stand with you. Where's that at?
Will Johnson: They are going to be persecuted.
Channon: Yeah, and you know what's really frustrating to me during these entire four years. Have we tried to get in and burn Federal buildings? I'm mad. I'm so angry. I'm so angry.
Will Johnson: You and millions of other people are upset with all of this. Let me play some of the sounds from that evening while we talk about it, and I'll just describe them. So, this was the other evening where they were attacking a police department in Portland.
You have Antifa, BLM, and Black Block all going to this police department and trying to burn it down. The police came out, started throwing tear gas and flashbangs, trying to get the people to back away from the building. Then they started screaming at the cops, telling them to get back in the building, get back to the building.
They are saying they wanted them to get back in the building because they want to burn the building down with them inside. This is what America is becoming. People need to brace for the impact that is about to happen in the United States of America because of what is happening right now. This is just a prelude to what's coming.
This is them warming up, and it's not those on the right. It's not Trump supporters. It's not people that love America. It's just the opposite. It is the Antifa, BLM, Black Block, the Brown Berets, all of these anti-American people are out here attacking our police officers. They're literally trying to kill the police officers.
Channon: So, there was an independent journalist, who I'm not sure if this was her video or someone else's video, but she said, shortly after midnight, nearly 100 Black Bloc demonstrators gathered at the ICE building in Portland for a planned protest, according to independent journalists. Let me tell you what. It was preplanned, people. Is that not premeditated? What happens if somebody was killed?
Will Johnson: Yeah.
Will Johnson: Yeah, yeah.
Channon: They literally said the ICE building is vandalized, and they were painting DHS murders. No people, the cartel murders.
Will Johnson: Yeah.
Will Johnson: Antifa murders.
Will Johnson: BLM murderers. Black Bloc murderers. Democrats, shall I keep going? I mean, seriously, people, this is not going to stop.
Will Johnson: You know what? I truly believe there's power in prayer, but these things have to happen. These things have to happen, and you know what? It is so bad; this is one of the reasons a lot of people are upset with President Trump because he did not call for martial law. Which I think personally, he should have, for obvious reasons.
Channon: I think there were some mistakes made there definitely.
Will Johnson: For obvious reasons, I think he should have. But, you know, at the same time, President Trump said, “You know what? Okay, I'm going to step to the side, and then you are going to see how America is without me.” Then it's going to be like this, after this period of time, people are going to scream for President Trump to come back.
Even people that wanted him removed. But a lot of people are not going to because they are so prideful. They're so stuck in their evil ways that they're going to say, “You know what? I don't care. I rather they have total chaos and America burning down than have President Trump go back into office.”
Channon: Yeah, and it's crazy. You know, if you want to see more about what happened in Portland, Oregon, you can go to Blaze Media Channel. But listen, one journalist, he said far-left Antifa extremists attempted to burn down a federal building in Portland, Oregon.
I guess that's the last word. Again, again, people. This isn't something new. These people are constantly attacking federal buildings. Let me tell you something if Nancy Pelosi was in that building. If Chuck Schumer was in that building.
Will Johnson: AOC.
Channon: If AOC was in that building.
Will Johnson: You know what? AOC wasn't even in the building on January 6th. So, we can all assume that AOC was not in the building in Portland.
Channon: But if they were in this building, what do you think they would have been saying?
Will Johnson: Oh, my goodness, they're trying to get the kings and queens. We got to protect them.
Channon: I mean, they could have said, “Oh, my God, they were trying to kill us.” Guess how those federal ICE agents were feeling? There's a video on there that showed federal agents attempting to get out of the building, but a barricade prevented them from exiting.
Law enforcement was forced to exit out the rear of the building. Imagine how scary that is for those people. Oh, my goodness. Talk about on-the-job stress.
Will Johnson: Can you imagine being inside the building and you hear chains going around the door?
Channon: Oh, my gosh.
Will Johnson: And barricading the door like that. I mean, seriously.
Channon: Tell me, people, where is Biden's and Kamala Harris's outrage? These are federal employees. This is a federal building under attack by Black Bloc, BLM.
Will Johnson: Because it's their foot soldiers doing it.
Channon: They say nothing. So, they don't care about federal buildings being attacked?
Will Johnson: No, they don't care. They don't care.
Channon: They don't care about people's lives being in danger\? They don't care.? There is only a certain person or type that they care about. That is discrimination. That is racism.
Will Johnson: One hundred percent, it is discrimination, it is racism, and the mainstream media they're the same way. They don't say anything. They're all right there, right along with it. Right there, right along with it. So, now George Floyd, you know, the case for George Floyd is still going on. A lot of people have been watching it, and they're making sure that it's freely available for everybody to watch.
Especially those that are just highly upset because another thug, George Floyd, died at the hands of, supposedly died at the hands of a police officer. Personally, I don't think the police officer killed him. Maybe the police officer helped him along a little bit. But I'm still don't think the police officer actually was the cause for his death.
I don't think so. I think George Floyd had just been stressed out from the drugs that he ingested that were in his system. It just caused the issue to go to that point.
Channon: Okay, that's a change. So, you're saying that what you thought before is completely incorrect. Now you're saying that the officer putting the knee on his back had nothing to do with his death?
Will Johnson: No, I'm saying it may have contributed to it, but after hearing the evidence and hearing the people, some of the autopsy reports came out with all the drugs. With the fentanyl that was in his system, the amount that was in his system.
I think because of the stress that he was putting onto his body and onto his heart. I think that may have been the cause. But you know what? He was a criminal. He should have never been in that position in the first place. Don't do the crime in the first place, and that wouldn't happen. So, he brought it onto himself. Now, with that said.
Channon: I believe he brought it on himself, absolutely.
Will Johnson: I want to be clear. I want to be clear when I first saw the video, and I still feel the same way. When I first saw that video.
Channon: Now, you need to stop being wishy-washy.
Will Johnson: Let me say this. Let me say this ...
Channon: What is it?
Will Johnson: When I first saw the video.
Channon: You are wishy-washy.
Will Johnson: It's not wishy-washy.
Channon: You have to get wishy-washy.
Will Johnson: There's no wishy-washy.
Channon: Uh-huh, because first of all, you're like, I don't think the police officer had anything to do with it.
Will Johnson: Are you going to let me finish my statement?
Channon: Then your like, well, wait a minute, he might have something to do with it.
Will Johnson: Are you going to let me finish?
Channon: Okay, don't be wishy-washy then. It's either one way or the other.
Will Johnson: Hears my wishy-washyness, okay? When I first saw the video of the police officer with the knee on the back of George Floyd’s neck.
Channon: My mom would say that’s wishy-washy.
Will Johnson: I still feel the same way today. I wanted to put my knee into the face of that police officer. Reason being that it was another human being that was on the ground in handcuffs. I don't care. I mean, if you're a hardened criminal, you make mistakes in your life—someone else doing something like that. You have to have some kind of soul to think that is wrong.
There's something wrong with you if you don't think that there was something wrong with that. Now, the result of him doing the drugs and him with the fake $20 bill. With what it was all about and him not wanting to sit down in the police patrol vehicle. He brought all that onto himself.
Now, with the police officer's knee being on the back of his neck and then between his shoulder blades. I don't think, personally, that was the sole reason why George Floyd died. It may have contributed to it, but not the sole reason. There is a difference there. I still stick with that.
Channon: You know, unfortunately, the jury is going to have a hard time too because I listened to part of it. Some say that there wasn't enough fentanyl that would have caused it. Some are saying it could have caused it. But here's the thing that you have to understand in these court cases.
Did putting his knee on his back, if he hadn't done that, would the man still be alive today? Do you believe that man would still be alive? Or do you feel that when he put that knee on that man and held him for nine minutes, even after he stopped moving, that contributed, and he was about to die anyway? I don't believe that.
Will Johnson: Well, with the reports coming out with the amount of fentanyl that he ingested.
Channon: But see, you and I listened to the same one.
Will Johnson: Are you going to let me answer?
Channon: No, because you're being wishy-washy.
Will Johnson: With the amount of fentanyl that was in his system. It possibly could have killed him based on his heart's condition.
Channon: Well, that was one testimony because other testimonies said that wasn't true.
Will Johnson: That's my opinion on it.
Channon: It comes down to ...
Will Johnson: No, it comes down to had he not been doing criminal activity in the first place, he probably would have been alive today.
Will Johnson: Does that answer?
Channon: Yes. So, that means what the police officer did probably lead to his death.
Will Johnson: Yeah, because if he wouldn't have ...
Will Johnson: Had he not done any crimes, he would have been alive today.
Channon: Well, no doubt.
Will Johnson: But because he committed those crimes. He's not here today.
Channon: Well. I mean, it's kind of like, okay, yeah ...
Will Johnson: What do you mean, kind of like?
Channon: He created the situation.
Will Johnson: It's the same thing with Daunte Wright?
Will Johnson: Daunte Wright shouldn't have been fighting with the police officers. He would have been alive today. George Floyd shouldn't have been fighting with the police officers. He would have been alive today.
Channon: I do believe they create those circumstances. But the question is ...
Will Johnson: They have to be responsible at some point.
Channon: Let me tell you what. At the time and in Mr. Wright's situation, he was running. She didn't know if he was going to get a gun, and she actually said that. There was a live situation happening where she felt threatened for her life.
George Floyd, there was no threat at the time that he died, right? He was on the ground. He was handcuffed. There were actually two other police officers holding him down. So, he wasn't a threat. There's a difference, right? In the police officer's actions, did that police officer need to be on top of him at that time?
No, I don't think he did. The other lady did. She feared for her life. It was an active moment. He was known to have a gun and hold it on somebody. Did she feel threatened for her life? I believe she did. So, I think they aren't the same. I think they're very different situations.
Will Johnson: They are different situations, but, you know, the liberal media, they bring it in that it's all racist.
Channon: Now that is true.
Will Johnson: Because of racism that this is happening, which can be further from the truth.
Channon: You know, at some point, we need to just look at people's actions and hold them accountable.
Will Johnson: Their character, possibly?
Channon: Well, I mean, basically, they're saying if you're white, you're a racist. So, I guess that's how they define their character, right. Instead of ...
Will Johnson: Yeah, especially if they know that you love this country, you're racist. If you were a Trump supporter, you're racist. If you support the police department, you're racist. All of those together, and you're white. You can be a straight white male, and they say you're racist. I mean, there are so many reasons why they are saying white people are racists.
Channon: Well, actually, you just have to be conservative, and you're a white supremacist racist because you are essentially a white supremacist racist.
Will Johnson: But, you know, Nancy Pelosi called me a white supremacist, and I'm like, she's such an idiot. Such an idiot.
Channon: You've had plenty of black people call you that. They will say you ain't black.
Will Johnson: Well, the whole thing right now is that black people can be white supremacists without being white.
Channon: How stupid is that?
Will Johnson: I mean, look at it. They believe a grown man can be a woman because he put on a dress, lipstick, makeup, and a wig. All of a sudden, he's a her, and they want to penalize people for not playing along. I mean, it is absolutely insane.
Channon: The scary thing to me is Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, the leaders of this country, have created a situation where they are attacking our law-and-order institutions. They are attacking the police. They're attacking ICE agents.
They're attacking anybody that has sworn to protect and serve communities. They're protecting those people that do not care about protecting and serving the communities, upholding the law, or following the law. That's who they are protecting. That's the side that they're on, right?
Will Johnson: Ah-huh.
Channon: They do it, and people sit there and go, “Oh, that's all right, this poor kid.” You know, I saw the picture of Daunte Wright. He's a cute kid. I'll be honest with you. I'm like, oh, he does look sweet. I can see his mom going, oh, he's a sweet, cute boy.
But some of the things he did, and she apparently was aware of them because she told him, don't run. She knew he had a reason to run. You know, we have to look at those reasons. These are situations that we don't make people have personal responsibility. Do you understand what I'm saying?
There's no personal responsibility. That young man, they've completely dismissed any personal responsibility on his end, the same thing with George Floyd. They've removed any personal responsibility. How irresponsible is that?
Will Johnson: Yep.
Channon: These people are attacking the ICE agency. They've removed any personal responsibility, right? For some reason, they're attacking the ICE building because, Oh, my gosh, Kamala Harris calls them ‘the new terrorists.’
Will Johnson: Yeah.
Channon: They are justified.
Will Johnson: Yeah.
Channon: These people in Minneapolis are tearing up businesses and minority businesses, by the way, not just white people businesses. Pakistani people have businesses, Mexicans, I mean, every single race in Minneapolis.
Will Johnson: Black-owned businesses, and, you know, they have these commercials running and running and running. I'm pretty sure you've seen them. Everyone is listening right now where they come out, you have to help your black-owned business, but Antifa and BLM are burning them down.
Channon: They don't care. They don't care, and let me tell you what. They're not interested in justice, to be honest with you. They're not interested in bettering themselves. They're interested in getting some free stuff at Target. They're interested in getting some new shoes, so they look fly.
Will Johnson: You're talking about the peaceful looting?
Will Johnson: The peaceful looting along with them ...
Channon: The new summer of love is coming, people.
Will Johnson: Oh, yeah. Yeah, along with the peaceful rioting.
Channon: And Kamala Harris said she and Joe stand with you.
Will Johnson: Yeah. Yeah, they stand with you. So, go ahead.
Will Johnson: You know, according to Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, go ahead and do your thing.
Channon: How are they not enemies of the state, enemies of this country? How are they not part of the terrorism that is happening in America? When they literally are creating the situations for it? Standing with the people, silent while it's happening, that's crazy.
I'm really angry. I'm sorry, people. I guess I'm going off today, but I'm angry. I'm angry that the leaders of our country are now mostly part of the problem here in our country. Yet, people like Will, who works hard to expose them, are now being completely silenced.
Today his YouTube, and YouTube channel are completely de-platformed. He's been running around the country for years, exposing these people, showing you what is happening. They want to silence him, somebody that loves this country, that wants better for this country, that wants to hold people accountable for their wrongdoing. He's the wrong one.
Will Johnson: I'm in the wrong because I give my opinion, and I expose these people for what they're going to do. I have this clip that's was on CNN, and I want you to listen to this audio. I talked about them wanting to pressure us and push us to take something in our bodies. They want to force it onto us.
One of the ways that they're going to force it onto us in the future is that you won't be able to hold a job. You won't be able to get on an airplane, and they talked about the passport. The COVID passport vaccine, passport thing, right. So, everything that I was saying was factual. They want to push all of this onto us. Going to school, you have to have it.
They want to put stuff in your body, and they're saying you have to have it in order to operate outside in society. Well, Facebook binged me on it because I said this is something that they're going to do in the future. It's coming. It's coming. They gave me a strike on my channel and said that I was putting misleading medical information.
Never before have I given any medical advice to anybody. I said what they want to do to all of us. Then on CNN, they straight up said it. They straight-up said it. I took that little clip, and I shared it on my YouTube channel. I said, look, this is what I was talking about, this is exactly what I was talking about, and where they're calling for it.
Now, I'm going to play it, and this should be alarming to every single person. I don't care what side of the spectrum you're on. They want to force us. In this clip, you're going to hear CNN. Her name is Erin Burnett. She's saying that they want, that we should be forced.
She wants to force it on to us, and this all comes on the heels of Johnson & Johnson's people getting a particular product injected into their body, and it's causing issues.
Channon: I'm sorry, listening to this audio recording can be dangerous to your health. I just want you to know that. I can't stand Erin Burnett. I can't stand listening to her voice. So, it's actually really bad for my health. But we are going to play it.
Will Johnson: Yeah. So, listen to this.
Erin Burnett: Tonight, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine paused. The CDC and the FDA are recommending the U.S. pause its use of the J&J vaccine after six reported cases of a rare and severe type of blood clot. All six cases were in women between the ages of 18 and 48.
For now, Dr. Jonathan Reiner, a cardiologist who advised the White House medical team under President George W. Bush. So, Dr. Reiner, 6.8 million J&J doses have been administered in the U.S. The math means the blood clots have appeared in fewer than 1 million people, and yet they're going to pause this vaccine.
I just wanted to have everyone understand something to compare it to. The FDA allows birth control, which has a blood clot issue in women. Three to nine women in every 10,000.
Will Johnson: Okay. The main point that I want you to hear is coming up right now. I looped it because this is so important that you hear what she says.
Erin Burnett: But they allow people to do that. Now, the vaccine's different. We're trying to push it on the whole population and essentially make it not a choice to get vaccinated, even though it is obviously a choice.
Erin Burnett (Loop): Now, the vaccine is different. We're trying to push it on the whole population and essentially make it not a choice to get vaccinated, even though it is obviously a choice.
Erin Burnett (Loop): Now, the vaccine is different. We're trying to push it on the whole population and essentially make it not a choice to get vaccinated, even though it is obviously a choice.
Channon: What strikes me is the death rate for COVID was less than 1%, according to our whole population. Less than 1% of people die from it, but they want to shut down the whole country for that.
Will Johnson: They want to shut down the whole country.
Channon: They want to shut the whole country down.
Will Johnson: They want to force you to take something into your body.
Channon: But you have a vaccine that has less than a 1% danger, and it's just fine. We'll just let it go.
Will Johnson: Yeah, very good point.
Channon: I mean, yeah, it shows you their agendas.
Will Johnson: Yeah.
Channon: Oh, it's so irritating. How do people not pay attention to this?
Will Johnson: You know what? Because people are fearful, people are scared, and they're listening to these people and thinking, oh, they have the answers, they're not going to lie to us. They're looking out for our best interests, which is a total lie. They're not looking out for the best interests of the American people.
They're looking at how they can destroy us, or what it comes down to is control. They want to control us and anyone who does not get in line with this whole control mechanism that they want to implement onto us. They need to be dealt with severely. I'm telling you that is what they want to do. That is their goal.
Channon: Well, let me tell you something about CNN, Erin Burnett, and her little news company. There's actually a video or article on UniteAmericaFirst.com about a new explosive video by Veritas.
Will Johnson: Uh-huh.
Channon: In this video, there's a man named Charlie Testor. He's one of CNN's tech, or he is seen as Technical Director. He's a director at CNN, and this man in this video that Veritas has put out there literally exposed CNN.
He said, "Listen, we're all about putting out the propaganda." He's not saying they're putting out facts. He's saying that they take something and twist it into the story that they want it to be, and guess what? The people who watch the channel are dumb enough to believe it.
When they say it over and over, he said we put it on loop. Guess what that is? That is brainwashing people, attacking them emotionally to where they go. Oh, my gosh, oh, yes, oh, yeah, this vaccine is only like 1% what they are crying about?
Will Johnson: Yes.
Channon: Well, COVID is less than 1% people. What are you crying about? But they don't want to push that narrative. That's not what they want to push. They want you to be scared. They want you to close down your businesses. They wanted you to destroy our economy under Trump to make him look bad.
There's always an agenda that these people have. He admits that their sole job was to make sure that they lie about Trump and then make sure he doesn't get re-elected. They said that they felt like they were the main reason why Trump didn't get elected. They said if they had not put out the propaganda that they did, Trump probably would have gotten in office. What does that tell you?
Will Johnson: Well, yeah.
Channon: That tells you that they know they purposely lied.
Will Johnson: With the whole plandemic.
Will Johnson: With this whole plandemic, they were like, you know what? We have to use this to our advantage. They even go a little bit further about Kamala Harris talking about how Joe Biden is probably going to die, and they said, well, Kamala Harris would probably be a real beep.
Channon: Beep, beep.
Will Johnson: Yeah, beep, beep, beep. She is probably a real beep, beep, beep. No one probably wants to work for the beep, beep, beep. But they are saying, but you know what? She's just so much better.
Channon: Much better than Trump.
Will Johnson: Yeah.
Channon: Because we can handle it.
Will Johnson: Yeah, it's crazy. You have a president that was doing positive things for the nation, and you have these tyrants just doing negative stuff. But yet they're fine with the negative stuff because they are out there manipulating people, and these people have been turned over. Their minds have been turned over, and they don't even know that they're doing these wrong things any longer.
Channon: I don't know. The only time I hear Kamala Harris come out and say something is when it is completely unproductive to the country moving forward.
Will Johnson: Well, name one thing that the Democrats have done that has been productive.
Channon: I don't know. I don't know, I actually woke up in the middle of the night last night, and I'm sitting here thinking. I do want Democrats to tell me what this administration has done, that they completely, totally support. That they admire the kind of job they have done. Like, what is it?
That they're like, oh, I love this because when President Trump was in office, he was being complimented by his base all the time because he was doing things for the American people. Oh, how great, you know, unemployment is down. Oh, how great Trump is for it.
Will Johnson: You know what? They were organizing rallies throughout the nation for the first 100 days for President Trump. Here there's just so much chaos going on.
Will Johnson: People don't want to go out. The only people that are going out are the people finding something to destroy. I mean, that's it. It's like, oh, we're going to go out, we're going to party tonight, and we're going to burn everything up. These people are calling for everything to be burnt up.
The Aunt of Daunte Wright said, “Burn it all down.” She went out there screaming, burn it all down, seriously. Burn it all down, but where is the FBI on that? The FBI is going to people's doors, who was simply at the Capitol on January 6th that didn't even do anything.
They're going to their homes questioning them, and you’ve got these people who are burning up stuff, organizing to burn down a federal office building. But where is the FBI? Oh, I know what it is. I guess the FBI is too busy looking for Lady Gaga's dog. That's what it is; they're too busy looking for Lady Gaga's dog.
Channon: You know what? I am praying that something happens to turn this country around because if something doesn't happen soon, we may go to the point of no return, which is pretty scary. People need to stand up. We know that half of America does not approve of what is happening right now.
At some point, people are going to have to start standing up and saying; we do not approve of this. This is our country, and guess what? These people work for us. They work for us, and we're allowing this. How is this happening? I'm so frustrated.
Will Johnson: Well, all I can say is, you know, we will probably say welcome to the downfall of America. Maybe we should call that one the next broadcast that we do—the downfall of America.
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