FNC Tucker Carlson Democrats Statue of Liberty Protest

Tucker Carlson had me back on his eponymous Fox News Channel show Thursday, July 5, 2018. We discussed what he sees as Democrats using immigrants as voting pawns, much to his chagrin.

From Politico:

The list of those changes is dizzying. Grant statehood to D.C. and Puerto Rico, and break California in seven, with the goal of adding 16 new Democrats to the Senate. Expand the Supreme Court and the federal courts, packing them with liberal judges. Move to multi-member House districts to roll back the effects of partisan gerrymandering. Pass a new Voting Rights Act, including nationwide automatic voter registration, felon enfranchisement and an end to voter ID laws. Grant citizenship to millions of undocumented immigrants, creating a host of new Democratic-leaning voters: “Republicans have always feared that immigration would change the character of American society. Democrats should reward them with their very worst nightmare.”

Plus I defended Congolese immigrant Therese Patricia Okoumou who protested on the Statue of Liberty July 4th. She is participating in our Democracy under her First Amendment rights, why get so upset?

From the New York Post:

Cops say Therese Patricia Okoumou — a 44-year-old immigrant from the Democratic Republic of the Congo — was the person responsible for the Fourth of July protest.

Sources said Okoumou told investigators she climbed up to the feet of Lady Liberty to protest President Trump’s “zero tolerance” policy on immigration and the separation of families at the border.

Here is the segment:

FNC Tucker Carlson Colin Kaepernick NFL Protests

By now you know how much I enjoy debating with Tucker Carlson on his Fox News Tucker Carlson Tonight show. Last night he invited me on again to discuss the NFL players protest and specifically Colin Kaepernick.

Interestingly there is no Constitutional right to exercise the First Amendment at work. However, as long as the players coordinate their activity, they are likely protected under labor law.

This is about 1/5 the conversation with key points that the network tweeted out.

What do you think?

March Against Monsanto October 12, 2013

I had the pleasure of speaking to a good size crowd in Santa Cruz during the March Against Monsanto in support of labeling GMO foods and against the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP). Ocean Robbins also spoke today as well and a thank you to Tarah Locke, Mary Graydon-Fontana, Patti Bond, and Vickie Bergquist for organizing the event.

And in the spirit of healthful food today, a fan and friend of the the show presented me and my family with fresh produce and homemade goods, thanks Troy!

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