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Sunday, November 22, 2020

Radio Guest, two shows, Douglas V. Gibbs, Constitution Guy

 

Two Radio Programs have requested Doug as a guest, this week...
During this time of great deception and uncertainty, questions about the U.S. Constitution have become common.
The questions at hand for these two radio programs requesting my presence as a guest are:

a: The Electoral College
b: The Eligibility of Kamala Harris for office
Monday, Noon Pacific: Mark Anderson of the Republic Broadcasting Network.
Mark is a journalist who often spends time in Washington D.C. covering national news. His program, Stop the Presses, is a hard-hitting political program, and he has asked me to be on board, along with George Rombach (Treasurer of the Constitution Association and author of the petition regarding the Kamala Harris lawsuit our organization is filing regarding her ineligibility to be Vice President or President of the United States) to discuss the effort to prove Kamala Harris is not a natural born citizen. Tune in at noon Pacific on Monday, November 23, online at https://www.republicbroadcasting.org.

Wednesday, 10:00 AM Pacific: Dave Levine of the Dave Levine Show on KMET 1490-AMDave is a longtime friend of mine in the radio industry. Our friendship goes back to our days on KCAA a decade ago. Now, with what is going on in the 2020 presidential election, he wants me on his program to discuss the Electoral College. If you are not in the Pass Area, you can listen online at www.kmet1490AM.com. I have a feeling the case regarding Kamala Harris' eligibility will come up in the conversation, and I will have my colleague, George Rombach, from the Constitution Association at the ready should he need to join the conversation. Tune in at 10:06 AM on Wednesday, November 25, on your radio dial at 1490-AM in the Pass Area, or online at www.kmet1490AM.com.
Also tune in to Constitution Radio with Douglas V. Gibbs on KMET 1490-AM on Saturdays from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Pacific.

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