- Kim and Producer Steve begin the week comparing Tom Brady and out of retirement Gronkowski to Biden and bringing back the Obama team, with a major difference, Brady and Gronkowski are winners vs. Biden’s assault on hard-working people as jobs disappear through policy. The litmus test is force vs. freedom, freedom vs. force; if it’s a good idea it should not involve force. Hunter Biden still holds Chinese investments. The Impeachment Kangaroo Court is about to begin without Chief Justice Roberts as he refuses to preside. The Democrats pick their own, Sen. Patrick Leahy, who has been in the Senate since 1975 and has voted once for Trump’s impeachment. The Constitution states “[w]hen the President of the United States is tried, the Chief Justice shall preside.” Another glaring problem—Trump will not be “President.” Ken Star declares that the senate is without jurisdiction to impeach Trump. Rand Paul unequivocally states that there is a zero percent change of Trump being convicted. Trump’s lawyers will use video of Democrats allegedly inciting violence. The Department of Justice has uncovered tremendous evidence that Trump did not incite violence and planning by different groups was months ahead.
- Jason McBride, Senior VP with Presidential Wealth Management, reports that the markets are continuing their upward trends as earnings are better than expected. This is not surprising as small businesses were closed due to Wuhan-China virus disruption policies and the large corporations were able to increase their client base. Give Jason a call to discuss whether or not this may be the time to move to cash some profits from your portfolio at 303-694-1600.
- Bob Kosch, a mortgage specialist in New Jersey, joins Kim to discuss problems and solutions within the commercial real estate industry. Bob has proposed that the numerous empty office buildings should be allowed to have upper floors used for residential living. In the current economy, commercial properties are vacant and building owners cannot afford public service taxes and the residential market will have to pick up the difference, increasing the costs to individuals. Bob also proposes that a 20% flat tax is placed on money earned “nefariously.” Bob discusses a New Jersey program that helps new homeowners from construction to finished home product. In concluding, Bob admits his guilt as he tells his story on how he has seen both sides of the prison bars.
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