September 16, 2021 Updated 5:50 P.M. ET
NAPLES, FLORIDA – This past Tuesday we had yet another great Patriot Talk Show, hosted by Brendon Leslie, co-Hosted with Patrick Dearborn. The special guests this evening were U.S. Congressman, Byron Donalds, Florida State Representative, Spencer Roach, and CEO of Freedom Travel Alliance, Susan Sweetin.
Kicking off the show, our patriots talked about the Met Gala that just past this weekend and the commotion surrounding Alexandria Cortez (AOC) for her dress that evening. The designer dress, “Tax the Rich”, stated on the back caused a lot of commotion due to its irony. Byron went on to talk about the issues surrounding our taxes.
Continuing on, our patriots talk about the way the media has turned into a lying agenda. Governor Ron DeSantis is facing backlash from the media due to him not allowing any form of vaccine mandates from the Biden Administration.
Our next guest, Representative Spencer Roach came on to share his view to overturn the Lee County School Board by eliminating the mask mandate. A little bit over a week ago, the Superintendent used his “power” to set a mask mandate. Spencer Roach sent a letter giving the board an ultimatum, either they drop the mandate, or the superintendent is fired for breaking the law.
Our last guest of the evening was Susan Sweetin. Susan is the CEO of Freedom Travel Alliance. She came to the show to share with us the way she is working to bring back normal life when it comes to traveling. In her vision, that is ditching the masks and the vaccination “necessities” or COVID tests and bringing back normal life. She shared her story behind the reasoning of her starting this wonderful opportunity for the people.
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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