The Keith Hanson Show #760 – BLM Rioter Gets Himself Killed Pointing AK47 at Motorist; Guest Michael Petrilli 7/27/2020

More videos

Monday, July 27, 2020; Episode No. 760: Tonight,  a discussion about Garrett Foster, a Black Lives Matter supporter who was shot and killed in Austin, TX, while pointing an AK-47 at the driver of a car that was surrounded by a mob.  Then, does where you live determine what your earnings potential is?  We’ll take a look at that connection with Thomas B. Fordham President Michael Petrilli.

Please join us live via affiliate FM/AM stations, satellite, or streaming live each and every weeknight beginning at 9 pm Eastern, or on-demand at your convenience. You can also access the show via various podcast platforms (iHeartRadio, iTunes, TuneIn, and Spreaker) or on our website, www.keithhansonshow.com.

https://fordhaminstitute.org/national/research/what-you-make-depends-on-where-you-live

https://heavy.com/news/2020/07/garrett-foster/

AUDIO / DOWNLOAD

**********

Our Patreon Site – Thank you for your support! – Please Click HERE

**********

NEW! NOW OPEN! The Hagmann Report Store. Our new coffee blends are now finally available!  After three months of working one-on-one with the best roster in the country, in our opinion, we’ve developed a rich tasting coffee with an added kick of caffeine in our Detective’s Choice multi-bean blend. Available in K-cups, whole bean or ground, this coffee is a favorite among local law enforcement.

Better still, proceeds from the sale of this coffee go to the “hands-on” boots-on-the-ground investigators who are engaged in the investigation of human trafficking, especially child sex-trafficking.

Enjoy a cup of kick-butt yet smooth coffee in the morning – before that important interrogation or long stakeout.  Order yours today. Always fresh – roasted in small batches – we average about four-days from the roaster to your cup. We do things right.

 

(209)


About The Author
- Douglas J. Hagmann has been a licensed investigator in the private sector for the last 30 years. As a private detective, Hagmann has worked well over 5,000 cases and is recognized as a surveillance specialist. He has worked as an informational and operational asset for various federal and state law enforcement agencies.