The Keith Hanson Show #713 – Masquerading as Felons the New Normal – Guest Julio Gonzalez on Dems $3 Trillion Spending Proposal 5/15/2020

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Friday, May 15, 2020; Episode No. 713:  Does the media-pushed “New Normal” also include people walking around looking like perpetrators of violent felonies looking for a place to commit crimes?  We’ll talk briefly about this before welcoming Julio Gonzalez to discuss the $3 trillion “Heroes Act” spending bill scheduled to be voted on in the House Friday.  Julio is a Trump administration advisor who contributed to the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

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