Monday, June 15th, 2020, Larry Conners addresses the latest police shooting of Rayshard Brooks in Atlanta saturday evening. He explains the differences in George Floyd’s case compared to Brooks and why there should be no rush to judgement.
Thursday, June 11th, 2020, Larry Conners addresses yesterday’s hearing from George Floyd’s brother asking lawmakers to make a change. He speaks on the lawlessness in Seattle, officers being injured, one having to live on a ventilator for the rest of his life, and later, Dr. Rick Lehman joins Larry to discuss the new information from the CDC involving the coronavirus. Closing the first hour, Larry shares New York’s newly released guidelines on…intercourse. A story you do not want to miss.
To begin hour two of Larry Conners USA, Larry opens with news and commentary. He dissects the Democrats photo op kneeling in kente cloth and also, he has a little fun with a Nancy Pelosi bite you don’t want to miss. Later, the dean of students at Stanford University, Mona Hicks, being called out after her support of an officer being killed. A UCLA professor has also been receiving backlash from their students for not cancelling finals amidst the protests. Closing the second hour, Larry talks about the war on cops throughout the nation.
Wednesday, June 10th, 2020, Larry Conners addresses the cons of defunding the police and later he describes what a nation without police would look like. He discusses how New York City has dug themselves in a hole when fighting against crime due to the bail reform laws. Also, how Coronavirus has left us all confused. Then to close the hour, thoughts on vandalism, good, bad, or indifferent.
Larry opens with news and commentary to begin hour two of Larry Conners USA. He reacts to the remarks from Kamala Harris on her views of dismantling the police. Larry continues to push the narrative of what good can come out of eliminating police officers. To close the second hour, Larry shares the story of two officers who chose not to kneel with the protestors.
Tuesday, June 9th, 2020, Larry Conners addresses the nation’s burning question on whether to defund/dismantle the police. He dissects the major flaws that could possibly (most likely) occur with the absence of police forces in communities. Later, Hans Von Spakovsky, Attorney with The Heritage Foundation, joins Larry to advocate criminal charges for rioters. To close the first hour, what Nancy Pelosi and other democrats demonstrated yesterday that should be an embarrassment for some in the democratic party.
The second hour of Larry Conners USA begins with Larry providing news and commentary. He spends a majority of the second hour discussing Tom Cotton and the New York Times. Larry reacts to the reasoning behind the reversal of Cotton’s op-ed piece and he also criticizes the New York Times for publishing unedited Taliban op-ed pieces in the past. Later, he switches focus towards coronavirus and updates us on where we stand and in closing of hour two, Larry dissects a new survey that claims Joe Biden is increasing his margin over President Trump.
Monday, June 8th, 2020, Larry Conners addresses the weekend of protests around the country. He reacts to the idea of community lead public safety in Minneapolis. Larry discusses the no bail laws and describes what a non police state would look like, he also adds how citizens need to abide by the law, which includes curfew. Then, to close the first hour, Larry states what legislation is attempting to change.
Hour two of Larry Conners USA begins with Larry providing news and commentary. He focuses on Drew Brees statement and the reactions he received from voicing his opinion. Later, former congressman, John LeBoutillier joins Larry to give an update on the coronavirus restrictions in New York City, the protests, riots, and other issues. Then to close the hour, Larry shares the words from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. from his “I Have A Dream” speech.
Friday, June 5th, 2020, Larry Conners comments on the remarks from former ANTIFA member Gabriel Nadales. He addresses the difference between protestors and rioters, how the New York Times decided to flop on an op-ed piece written by Sen. Tom Cotton, and then closing the first hour, Larry reviews specific incidents from the past week and previews what is to come in hour two.