It's time again to answer questions from you, my vigilant fans! Got a question for the Governor? Sound off at Ora.tv/OffTheGrid.
Netanya Lane from Ohio asks: Do you still believe the American Dream exist and why? If so, what is your American Dream?
I still believe the American Dream exists and I still believe this is a country where you can come and hopefully better yourself, which is what the American Dream is all about.
It’s narrow though. The scope of it is much smaller now because we’ve allowed ourselves to be put in the position we’re in today as the world’s policemen. We’re fighting wars constantly throughout the world, which is the same draft the Roman Empire did. You would think people would try to learn from history.
I’ve pretty much lived my American Dream. I’m 64 years old and I came from lower middle class Minneapolis. I was a latchkey kid. Both of my parents worked. I’ve gotten to live life to its fullest.
Joseph Johnson from Minnesota asks: All the fighting over Immigration. Have people forgotten about the Poem of the Statue Of Liberty?
Yes, completely. I’ve said that with our policies now and the way we think that we should take the Statue down because we’re certainly not asking for their poor. We’re certainly not asking for their unwanted. You heard Donald Trump say that’s all we’re getting. Well, according to the Statue of Liberty that’s who we’re inviting.
So clearly now we should change the Statue of Liberty to voice Trump’s opinion: “Send us your rich, but make sure before you come to our country you have a certain amount of wealth.”
Hal Buhr from Washington has asked: If corporations are people, why don't they pay federal taxes like the rest of us?
If they want the rights of people, they should be on the same tax rate as people. No separate deals for the corporations. They have their cake and eat it too. What a good deal that is, for our sell-out politicians to give them that.
Edwin Lo from Arizona writes: Just wanted to tell the Governor we first heard him on the Chris Jericho podcast and since then it’s impacted our lives in a big way, to doing our own research and staying vigilant to seek the truth. Thank you for all you are doing.
I thank you for listening to Chris Jericho’s podcast and becoming vigilant. If everyone would do so, then we’ll make our country #1 in the world again.
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