Guest Reggie Carr, founder of I’MA Trumpster, explains how in the 2016 campaign, then-candidate Trump got his attention. Reggie and his business partner, Johnny Thomas, have been in the entertainment industry for many years and experienced their intellectual property stolen by manufacturers in foreign countries, particularly China. As a black entrepreneurs, Reggie and Johnny believe that President Trump’s message must be heard in ethnic communities, and they are the men to do it. Reggie plans a bus tour that will take him through various ethnic neighborhoods throughout Colorado.
John Buckingham with Presidential Wealth Management joins Kim to discuss Elon Musk’s threat to leave California. The bureaucratic regulations regarding COVID-19 are chaotic and he does not see the need for his manufacturing facility in Fremont, California to be closed. Kim and John agree and add that any business owner who wants to open should have the freedom to do so. The market futures are down, most probably due to recent unemployment numbers.
Rob Natelson, Senior Fellow in Constitutional Jurisprudence at the Independence Institute, discusses with Kim his recent article, Latest COVID Orders Layer Chaos over Confusion, Add to Risk. The state of Colorado, health departments, counties and local municipalities have issued numerous rules that are ambiguous, overlap and can contradict one another. Interesting that the governor doesn’t prohibit certain activities but instructs unelected bureaucrats to do so. Does all of this really keep us safe?