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First up, after a year of protests, riots, and attacks on police officers following the death of George Floyd, the verdict is in. Next, the left and Black Lives Matter have been raising millions of dollars over the past year, but where is all of that money actually going? To end this week’s episode with some good news, AMAC CEO Rebecca Weber joins Ben with an exciting announcement: The AMAC News App!

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Jerry Lessardd
2 months ago

The racial division and hatred isn’t solely based on George Floyd. It’s propaganda,lies and distortion by the media and swallowed by the ignoramus corrupt and racist politicians in Washington,D.C.Democrat Joe Biden is one of the most racist corrupt politician in American History .Tragically for America he sits in America’s highest political position.Tuning off fake media and voting out the leftist in Political positions is the only way to get America back where it was before they destroyed everything Dr.Martin Luther King accomplished and died for.There will always be racism in America as is in every other Country.But nowhere near the levels The media is exploding it to be nor the level the sorry excuses for human beings the Democrats are doing likewise in order to fuel hatred ,racial division,and political assassination of the Republican party.

Jinnee T Parr
2 months ago

I love Ben Ferguson. Amac is my favorite News source.

HK Latham
2 months ago

Can’t believe Rebecca Weber thinks justice was served and the police officer did wrong and did a bad thing taking the life of George Floyd. That was the poorest excuse of justice served I have seen in a long time. The officer did not take Floyd’s life. If he couldn’t get air he couldn’t have talked. “If he can say ‘I can’t breathe’ it means he really can breathe” Floyd apparently died from his own drug usage. Impossible for the officer to know. Criminals often use excuses to throw an officer off guard. This whole episode is a disgusting abuse of law and order and common sense. This kind of mentality will destroy our country.

Jinnee T Parr
2 months ago
Reply to  HK Latham

The Officer at least hastened George Floyd’s death. George spoke while he still had air. The Officer did not have to stay on his neck that long. The Officer was doing nothing else but increasing the pressure on his neck. The Officers held him until he died. They did nothing else but hold him.

JOHN
2 months ago

Thomas Jefferson once said… the greatest injustice we can do it to treat unequal people as equal.
People are born equal but due to inherent qualities their lives take different direction by their capabilities and ambition…. NOT because of some rhetorical mandate.
A manual laborer can be a fantastic worker and exceptional at “their” job… that does NOT make them equal to a Brain Surgeon

Kim
2 months ago
Reply to  JOHN

And in what ways are the manual laborer and the brain surgeon unequal? Is one “better” than the other? Does one have more value than the other? To whom? Based on what–income, the ability to perform brain surgery, making sure the harvest comes in, making sure the doctor’s car gets him to work on time?

When you start attributing relative amounts of value to one person or the other, aren’t you discriminating, or favoring one person over the other? Are we not all equal under the law?

JOHN
2 months ago
Reply to  Kim

You surely missed the point I was trying to make. It is based on Nothing but an individual’s ability to achieve regardless of adversity. If ANYONE has the desire and ambition against all odds they CAN do anything they want. Regardless of their monetary circumstance, color or so-called elite status. Certainly it IS challenging and some have to work alot harder than others but it does not mean they have NO value. I was born dirt POOR and wanted nothing more that to achieve more and be Independent. I could not even qualify for a student loan. I served in the military on active duty for 12 years. I worked my way through college and it took a long long time. I did some incredibly filthy thankless jobs and some pretty dangerous too, I NEVER relied on anyone! When I graduated from college I did not owe anything to anyone. I did it on my own with the grace of God and perseverance, blood sweat and tears.
I am NOT any better nor more Valuable than anyone!
I AM NOT Important to or for anyone! ( except maybe my wife and I am the sole Caretaker of my elderly mother.. she wants for nothing!) I worked hard, did with out luxury and earned, invested and saved!
I retired when I was 52 COMFORTABLY and never looked back! I am old now. I have no children or progeny to pass along. MY CHOICE. When it is time for me to go I WILL give Back in endowments to Historic Foundations and Private Institutions… then **poof**
I am NOT Important!
Equality under “The Law” has nothing to do with my meaning! If you are NOT doing anything “illegal” Our once great nation has more opportunity than any nation on earth!
Let’s NOT lose it!

Kim
2 months ago
Reply to  JOHN

You said, “I am NOT Important!” I must disagree with you there.

First, JOHN, let me thank you for serving this great country. Without the important contributions and sacrifices made by people like you, we might be speaking a different language today.

I am fully aware of the effort and funds required to care for an elderly parent (I did it for many years), so you were extremely important to her! You have been no less important to her than the doctors who saw to her illnesses. If you have siblings, I hope they have been appropriately grateful.

Leaving assets to your chosen organizations after you go “poof” will be very important to them. Your gifts will help keep them solvent for some time to come.

These are just 3 instances where you have demonstrated being selflessly important. Don’t underrate yourself.

JOHN
2 months ago
Reply to  Kim

Kim,
Thank you for your thoughtful reply. Dialogue is important. We are obviously looking at the same issue from slightly different perspectives. I am a Constitutionalist with a BA in US History. I do understand the premise of “equal protection under the law’ and a legal right. That “right” has been perverted by politics and agenda.
As American citizens, we are all BORN equal. Our American Nation affords us all incredible opportunity of Freedom and Liberty to The GOD given Right of Life Liberty and The PURSUIT of Happiness…. EQUALLY. We The People, armed with that Right can do and or become anyone we have the APTUDUDE to achieve. IT is NOT given that everyone HAS equal ability. Opportunity YES! not just anyone can be an NFL or NBA superstar or a Brain Surgeon or even an Astronaut! BUT that does NOT mean that you cannot try to achieve that goal.
ANY American Citizen can achieve their goals through perseverance and application of their ability to be better.
I came from NOTHING, just poor folks that scratched out a living. My father never had a high school education. His opportunities were subject to a hard life. His father (my grandfather) was a drunk and womanizer and abandoned his wife and five children. My father being the eldest quit school to work to support his family. HE worked hard, did without and took care of his responsibilities. HE instilled a hard work ethic in me to, according to him, “If you want to get anywhere in life you HAVE to bust your ass and never live beyond your means.” I worked on farms doing chores that I could as a kid. I wanted to do MORE and be able to give back to my mom and dad for their sacrifice to me. It was a tough road of doing jobs NO ONE else would do. Mowing lawns, shovelings snow, spreading manure on farm fields, bailing hay, even riding my bicycle on country roads collecting beer and soda bottles for deposit. (the only way I could get 25 cents to go to a movie on a Saturday afternoon. I took every opportunity to work and earn. NOBODY Gave me anything but opportunity. I got good grades and graduated from high school and wanted to go to college. My parents could not afford such a thing. ( after high school graduation I Paid rent to my parents to be able to stay there while I worked my way through a local community college) Our Uncle Sam pointed at me and said. “It’s Draft Time” and report for induction into the US Army! That was 1970 and Vietnam was calling me. UH OH … so I enlisted in the USNAVY to (what I thought as a dumb kid) would give me some choices and be on a big ship somewhere firing big bullets at a shore I couldn’t see. I was certainly in for a surprise! River Patrol was not my idea of being in the “canoe” club. Being betrayed and disrespected by people that I thought were my friends when I came home… I reenlisted and stayed on active duty for 12 years. I strived through military service educational opportunities that I earned to graduate from college. Not just once but earned three degrees.
I worked long and hard. Paid off my parents mortgage. Helped them and provided options they need in their old age. My father passed few years ago and my mother (because she IS the only one I have) wants for nothing. I make ANYTHING she wants available. She is 89 years old and lives in her house with NO bills and taken care of.
I have done well according to my ABILITY. I refuse to go back to scraping pig guts in a meat packing plant. YUK! I did it for $2.25 an hour trying to be better.
I MA NOT important… I am just ME… that took full opportunity of being an AMERICAN…………. whew…. lol

Kim
2 months ago
Reply to  JOHN

Thank you for your response, JOHN, but I stand by my previous opinion. You worked extremely hard your entire lifetime to provide not only for your own needs, but also for those of your family and of your country. Not everyone considers others’ needs first and foremost. All those years caring for my mother showed me very clearly that some step up to the plate while others flee the field. You deserve some pats on the back! You need to know that your generosity and selflessness are not the norm, from what I’ve seen.

Yes, we’re all born equal. And because we were born in this country, we have the right to enjoy all the freedoms bestowed upon us by the Constitution regardless of our fortunes at birth. True, I would never be chosen for a basketball team (I’m short), but I have other gifts. So do you. Equal opportunity is great; equal outcome is a hopeless fantasy that the democrats cling to.

I remember well those Viet Nam days. I was in college at the time, and I agree; those returning from the war never were given the respect they deserved. I’m sorry that happened to you. If I walk by a member of the armed services or a police officer, I thank him or her…especially these days, as many see them as the enemy.

Enjoy the Biden speech tonight. I’m curious to see how many times his eyes will become unglued from the teleprompter.

Kim
2 months ago
Reply to  Kim

Oops…Biden speech is Wed. night.

Jinnee T Parr
2 months ago
Reply to  JOHN

John, Good response to Kim. We are all born with certain inalienable rights. We have the right to work as hard as we want. Some people don’t want to work hard. Some people are lazy. The results are produced by their strengths or weaknesses. It doesn’t mean that we have the same skills or gifts. That is why we will never be equal in that sense. The word inalienable refers to a natural right that can’t be revoked by an outside force. One person has no right to take away your right to live/breath unless you are destroying the life of another – then there are consequences.

JOHN
2 months ago
Reply to  Kim

Kim,
I must apologize for my insolence. I must LEARN that we need to contribute whatever we achieve to the common good for all to share and share alike. That being said, the next time I am in need of medical attention I will call on the gardener or the store clerk. I am just not “woke” enough for individual thought or ethic.
Again I am sorry for my being so dumb!

JOHN
2 months ago

I do not hate ANYONE! This was never an option or considered when I grew up. I just don’t get it. Americans are being divided by HATE and disinformation politics. I feel that I am now being “made” to hate. Because I am “white” my life does not matter? Because I am “white” I am have privileges? Because I am “white” I was BORN evil? Because I was born “white” I DESERVE to DIE?

Jim H.
2 months ago
Reply to  JOHN

You nailed it that’s the Bull S their putting out now. I am never going to apologize for who I am. I wish the WOKE would go back to sleep!!!

Jinnee T Parr
2 months ago
Reply to  JOHN

…You know John, some people make everything about themselves instead of the issue at hand. You got accused of saying someone wasn’t important. The person just kept taking it off to different subject. Then you have to keep drawing them a picture to explain yourself. It is so ridiculous. You’ll never get there. It’s such a waste. You are intelligent and they are self absorbed. lol

Lynne Pace
2 months ago

Nancy Pelosi has proved once again she is not fit to hold office.

David P Nelson
2 months ago

Good work, AMAC!

Pat R
2 months ago

One of the better video presentations, but then it has to do with current events I guess.

Dennis J. Duffy
2 months ago

Can some one explain how a person can be guilty and receive separate sentences for 2nd degree murder, 3rd degree murder, and 2nd degree and manslaughter, all for the same action?

Paul
2 months ago

There is no “V” in “Black Li_es Matter”!

Malvina
2 months ago

Everyone….go on youtube and search for Tony Timpa. He was killed in a similar manner to George Floyd. ONE HUGE DIFFERENCE….no one knows his name. He’s white and so it goes unnoticed. I’m disgusted…enough said!

KD Enderson
2 months ago
Reply to  Malvina

Agreed! I’ e posted that on FB several times and literally no one commented. So glad to see someone else acknowledge Tony. Think of how his family must feel….

Malvina
2 months ago
Reply to  KD Enderson

Of course not as it doesn’t fit the narrative of the left.

Kim
2 months ago
Reply to  Malvina

This is unfortunate. I believe that white suspects die at twice the rate that black suspects do when apprehended. And, of course, “they” will say “Yeah, but, blacks make up only 13% of the population.” Okay, true, but who’s committing more of the crimes?

Rich
2 months ago

Biden, was he actually there to study the evidence of the trial? And, by the way he is not and never will be the “most powerful man in the world”. Waters, encouraging more confrontation? These “representatives of the people” should be charged and removed from office. I wrote my democrat congressmen about Waters. They were affraid to confront the issue, sending me the typical “thank you for your thoughts” garbage. These people on the left are so “in your face” anymore it’s sickening. Some of the BLM money should go to buying brown shirts and jack boots for these thugs. At least it would be easier to pick them out on the streets. It seems if you are willing to die as a black person you become a martyr and the “organization” can bring in more money. Isn’t this very similar to ISIS or any other terrorist organization? Then there’s Nancy. You wish there was nothing more to say about Nancy, unfortunately there is. She looks to heaven as though everyone who dies goes to heaven. May God help her and open her eyes. Then, if George Floyd’s mother had believed in abortion the Democrat/socilists who now praise him would have been the very ones to help the mother abort her child. Hypocrisy! When will the American people ever wake up?

MOCountry
2 months ago
Reply to  Rich

The left half will wake up when the Chinese and/or Russians take over this country……………too late! People in the USA are so [email protected] spoiled, they don’t know when they’re well off.

james michalicek
2 months ago

Please send me a print version of weekly news.

james michalicek
2 months ago

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Pidl
2 months ago

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John fallon
3 months ago

“WE THE PEOPLE” GREATLY OUTNUMBER THE SOCIALISTS!!! they control the airwaves, pro sports, msm, social(ist) media, hollywierd elites, they only show thier version of “truth”, which is anything but truth, they forcefeed us thier lies daily, citizens in socialist controlled cities and states, fear to leave thier homes because of the criminals, NOT THE POLICE!!! THEY WANT AND NEED MORE POLICE!!! THEY ARE CONTROLLED BY CORRUPT POLITICIANS THAT HAVE BEEN stealing votes for years.

John Wesley
2 months ago
Reply to  John fallon

It would be great if those of us that “greatly outnumber the socialists” would stand up and be counted. If we so greatly outnumber the left, how is it that they control everything? I am so glad to see FRANKSPEECH, and EPOCH TV get started. Unfortunately, most of those that outnumber the socialists will never know, or hear, about these new truth-tellers. The people of America have been educated into ignorance.

John fallon
3 months ago

The jury, BEFORE they were picked to be on this jury, saw all the hate and violence and threats and attacks on police, they knew the true facts, that floyd died because of an overdose, video showed floyd put the drugs in his mouth to hide them from the police, he had a history of drug abuse, violence, resisting arrest, assault, all these things contributed to floyds death, this disgrace finally exposes how corrupt the legal system truly is, the biggest mistake ever made by this country was allowing LAWYERS TO BECOME LAWMAKERS, EVERYTHING THEY DO BENIFITS LAWYERS AND ONLY LAWYERS, THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU ALLOW ONE SEGMENT OF THIS SOCIETY ALL THE POWER.

John fallon
3 months ago

I downloaded the newsmax news app, made a couple comments on different articles and every time I hit the RESPOND BUTTON, my comments just disappeared, big brother is watching, welcome to the MATRIX, THE MACHINES RULE!!!

Phil Hammersley
3 months ago

No way Chauvin got a fair trial! First, a change of venue should have been granted. Second, the jury was under DURESS due to stupid, inflammatory comments by Senile Joe, Maxi-pad Waters, etc. When the BLM thugs doxx people that don’t kiss their anatomy, there can be no fair trial!!

Art A
3 months ago

MARTYR = GEORGE FLOYD. HE IS NOW THANKED FOR HIS USEFUL DEATH FOR THE CAUSE OF JUSTICE. WHAT KIND OF MAD INDIVIDUALS ARE NANCY P. AND MAD MAX? NO SHAME. ABSOLUTELY NO CONSCIENCE. ANYTHING TO FORWARD A CAUSE. THANK YOU FOR DYING GEORGE. YOU HELPED EXPOSE ANOTHER AGENDA FROM THE LEFT. PLUS I BELIEVE THAT WE KNOW WHERE SOME OF THAT BLM MONEY GOES. IT PAYS THE LOCUSTS THAT MOVE ACROSS THE LAND ENDANGERING PEOPLE AND PROPERTY. I’LL BET THAT THEY MAKE MORE THAN MINIMUM WAGE. THIS SITUATION WILL CONTINUE UNTIL SOMETHING HAPPENS THAT REQUIRES DEADLY FORCE.

Last edited 3 months ago by Art A
Janet Singer
3 months ago

Need to start a new group. “HUMAN LIVES MATTER”. Stop being racist.

Kim
2 months ago
Reply to  Janet Singer

Several years ago, when MD governor Martin O’Malley was running for political office, he dared to say “All Lives Matter”. Well, he was immediately shut down by the dem party and pulled out of the race.

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