by: Tyler Shaw
This past Tuesday Brendon Leslie hosted another great podcast at Seed to Table co-hosted by Drew-Montez Clark and Alfie Oakes. This week’s podcast featured two great guests, Patrick Dearborn and Bob Rommel.
Brendon, Drew and Alfie kicked off the podcast by discussing Brendon’s bombshell news story about Captains For Clean Water. The Army Corps of Engineers is constructing a new Lake Okeechobee System Operating Manual to determine how much water is discharged and in which direction it will flow for the next 10 years. Captains For Clean Water has endorsed a plan to send the most water to date through the Caloosahatchee River into Southwest Florida. An investigation from Florida’s Conservative Voice revealed that the Captains have accepted at least $237,000 from the Everglades Foundation to lobby for this plan. Brendon commented on the importance of this story saying, “We need to talk about this more [because] it’s happening here in Southwest Florida. I have been lobbying behind the scenes to get the media to cover the whole story because if they don’t Southwest Florida is going to be destroyed by this blue green algae.”
Our patriots introduced their first guest, Patrick Dearborn. Brendon opened the conversation by introducing Patrick, “We all know Pat’s face here locally and if you don’t know his face for our national audience get to know his face because he’s got a loud, passionate and smart voice.” Patrick discussed with our patriots why Southwest Florida is ground zero for the conservative movement. Patrick explained that Southwest Florida’s independent journalists, businessmen, and elected representatives are each making a positive impact locally and nationally, “We are blessed to have guys like Alfie, Brendon, Drew, Byron, Commissioner McDaniel, and Bob Romell, who fight for us every single day.”
Our patriots introduced their second guest, State Representative Bob Rommel. Brendon opened the discussion by asking Bob about critical race theory (CRT). Bob told our patriots that CRT is evil because it teaches kids to judge one another by the color of their skin rather than their character. The representative went on to say that the reason we now know CRT is being taught in public schools is because unlike Florida, most states didn’t offer in person education in 2020 and parents were able to see what their kids were being taught. Bob concluded by talking about the importance of parents holding teachers accountable by being actively involved in their kids’ education, “We need more parents to get involved. Parent’s need to be involved in their kids’ lives.”
Thank you to everyone who tuned in to this week’s podcast! Join Brendon Leslie and his co-hosts for the next podcast at Seed to Table and live streaming every Tuesday at 7pm. We hope to see YOU there!
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