UA-30156634-1 Felony Friday Ep. 017 - Two Felons Tote Guns and a City Pays for a Cop’s Crime
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April 29, 2016

Felony Friday Ep. 017 - Two Felons Tote Guns and a City Pays for a Cop’s Crime

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Felony Friday host John Odermatt was joined by fellow Lions of Liberty co-founder Marc Clair. Marc discloses at the very beginning of the show that he's battling some food poisoning, but it will take a lot more than that to keep the "shining beacon of liberty" from talking about some felonies! As you can probably tell from the title of the podcast John and Marc talked about some felons who seemingly forgot they are no longer legally afforded the right to bear arms. They also discussed Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe's signing of an executive order that restores the voting rights of 206,000 ex-felons. Finally, John invited Marc to play America's fastest growing podcast game show "Is this a crime and should anyone do time?"

Two important questions we addressed on the show!

- Should felons be afforded their Second Amendment right to bear arms?

- Why should taxpayers pay the settlement afforded to victim's of a police officer's crime? 

Find links to everything we talked about right here!

Felons who shot guns at range get prison time

McAuliffe restores voting rights for 206K ex-felons; GOP calls it move to boost Clinton

Man Arrested after Putting Soda in Water Cup at McDonald's

Tamir Rice shooting: Cleveland to pay $6 million to settle family's lawsuit

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