Sons of Liberty Radio show host Bradlee Dean is no stranger to controversy because of his stand for the truth. On Monday, Dean told his audience that America didn’t need any more laws, but rather desperately needed men to obey the law and do exactly what they promised to do.
“We don’t need more laws,” Dean said. “We need good men that will do what they say they’re gonna do rather than deceive the people to get in office.”
Dean pointed out that once in office, these men compromise and capitulate rather than stand as statesmen. He even took a moment to expose the recent hypocrisy of Mia Love (R-UT), who was elected to Congress in 2014.
“Wait a second, you were supposed to be the good guy,” Dean said. “But then you got out there, like Mia Love recently, and you were supposed to be the good girl that was supposed to go and stand up against this and all of the sudden you get into power and you sell out.”
Perhaps you are one who is wondering what you can do. Bradlee Dean has the answer for the compromisers you think are on “your side.”
“Remove them too,” Dean asserted.
Dean pointed out that most people throw their hands up and think that they have to endure two more years of elected representatives once they elect them and they demonstrate their inability to stand for what they said they would.
“No, you don’t,” he declared. “You don’t have to put up with it for two more minutes if you don’t want to. We’re ruled by law in this country, not by opinion… not by lawlessness.”
Dean then gave an example. He provided a fictitious tale about a cop pulling someone over who had robbed a store and asks if the cop gives the person 20 minutes before he arrests him for his crime. Instead of holding off on dealing with the crime and the suspected criminal, he deals with the person immediately.
As the cop deals with the crime immediately, “So should the American people,” said Dean.
“People, when you sit back and you believe that this administration has got two more years to distort and corrupt America, you are sadly mistaken,” said Dean. “That is ignorance, from beginning to the very end of it.”
“And if those that represent We The People don’t want to bring forth the articles of impeachment, then remove them to,” Dean added, referencing Barack Obama. “You don’t have to wait for another two years or another four years or another six years.”