G-459C19WVXB 1479953155842238 Integrity vs Corruption - The Constitution Commandos

Episode 23

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Integrity vs Corruption

The Constitution Commandos

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[00:46] Personal Integrity

Advancements Possible if willing to do anything deemed unethical

Lifestyle fits income not the other way around

Won't sell self to make money

[ : ] A-list Actors with Integrity

Denzel Washington

Morgan Freeman.

[ : ] Challenge Self

[ : ] Political Corruption

[ : ] Government Spending

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Transcript
Chris Williams:

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

Chris Williams:

Good morning fellow Americas.

Chris Williams:

What a privilege it is to live in the only country in the world where we can still breathe the fresh air of liberty.

Chris Williams:

Hey, we're glad you're here and welcome you to episode 23 today.

Chris Williams:

It's all about integrity and corruption.

Chris Williams:

I encourage you to share your thoughts today with us, and you can do so by emailing us ad podcast@theconstitutioncommandos.org.

Chris Williams:

And I'm your host, Chris Williams.

Chris Williams:

My brother Patrick Williams is the co-host.

Chris Williams:

We're the constitution commandos

Patrick Williams:

I could have made plenty of money in my life.

Patrick Williams:

I have turned away so many opportunities or quit opportunities because I have a conscience and I have a moral, you know, I, I got a moral compass.

Patrick Williams:

And well, there was at one point in your life, you did make a lot of money.

Patrick Williams:

Well, no, no, I know.

Patrick Williams:

But there are, I could have elevated myself to waive greater positions at a few different jobs that I've had.

Patrick Williams:

If I were willing to do something that I found to be unethical or immoral.

Patrick Williams:

Mm-hmm.

Patrick Williams:

And I could not do it.

Patrick Williams:

And hey, that's fine.

Patrick Williams:

I'm driven by that level of moral compass.

Patrick Williams:

A lot of people aren't because they place money ahead of being able to look at themselves in the mirror or go to bed at night.

Patrick Williams:

I would much rather sleep comfortable as a poor man than to take all the mirrors down outta my house and walk around with some crappy hair because I can't look at myself or not sleep at night.

Patrick Williams:

You know, I don't,

Chris Williams:

well, you know, there's an old adage that says nice guys finished last, and It dawned on me.

Chris Williams:

So choice nice guys.

Chris Williams:

Do not finish.

Chris Williams:

Last we finished content.

Patrick Williams:

Well, and, and I'm, I'm more than content, you know, I mean, I, I just, I have everything I want or need and I have adjusted my lifestyle to fit my income.

Patrick Williams:

You know, I don't have an income to fit my lifestyle.

Patrick Williams:

Right.

Patrick Williams:

Would I love to have a yacht?

Patrick Williams:

Would I love to be able to take vacations all the time?

Patrick Williams:

Would I love to be able to have multiple houses, have a summer house and have a, you know, I mean, sure a lot of people would, but I mean, I'm, I'm a practical person.

Patrick Williams:

I, I have no desire to go become a slave or to prostitute myself, Joe Biden, for the almighty dollar.

Patrick Williams:

And I would much rather be happy and at least.

Patrick Williams:

Now, I mean, I, I might be self delusional.

Patrick Williams:

I think I'm a good man.

Patrick Williams:

I know a lot of people that will call me a asshole, but being an asshole doesn't take away or negate the quality of my person.

Patrick Williams:

Mm-hmm.

Patrick Williams:

I think I'm a good man.

Patrick Williams:

I know I've got flaws, but I'm not gonna sell myself just to make a lot of money.

Patrick Williams:

I can't do it.

Patrick Williams:

I'm, I'm, I don't even think I'm capable of doing it.

Patrick Williams:

And that's not to say that people don't,

Chris Williams:

I can force supposed to do people have a lot of money to sell themselves out for it.

Chris Williams:

I'm not, I don't think that's what you're saying.

Chris Williams:

'cause there are people who do have a lot of money that, I mean, look, if you look at who is it?

Chris Williams:

My favorite act, one of my favorite actors

Patrick Williams:

Keon Washington.

Patrick Williams:

Oh, yeah.

Patrick Williams:

Denzel Washington.

Chris Williams:

And, and look, and if you don't believe it, that man is diehard on fire for God.

Chris Williams:

But he's very, very wealthy.

Chris Williams:

And yeah, this guy is, he's really an impressive role model, especially coming from Hollywood.

Chris Williams:

But you know, he, he made it his, his career vow not to take roles that would cause him to compromise himself.

Chris Williams:

That's right.

Chris Williams:

So he doesn't.

Chris Williams:

Does he get good roles?

Chris Williams:

He absolutely does,

Patrick Williams:

but, well, I think also, I also think that Denzel's just that good of a freaking actor that he could probably look, it's no different than a lot of vocalists.

Patrick Williams:

They could sing the phone book and be awesome, make platinum, you know, that was Elvis wasn't it?

Patrick Williams:

I could probably write a screenplay and I could probably film it with a damn $400 digital camera, have Denzel as the star, and it would probably break Blockbusters, you know, he's just a great actor, you know what I mean?

Patrick Williams:

So Well, yeah.

Patrick Williams:

And he has said that, of course he gets good roles, but he makes the roles good.

Patrick Williams:

He's just an awesome actor.

Chris Williams:

I, I have heard him say, and, and he was talking to I think it was, It was a Christian acting school.

Chris Williams:

I can't remember exactly where it was now, but he told them specifically, he said, you don't have to take roles that require you to get undressed.

Chris Williams:

He said, I don't.

Chris Williams:

He said, and he, but he did.

Chris Williams:

He, he put it in his perspective.

Chris Williams:

He said, you may not take those roles, but if you are gonna, if you are gonna maintain decency in yourself and what you believe in, you don't take those roles.

Chris Williams:

He said, you may have to work harder.

Chris Williams:

But he said, if God has blessed you with a talent, he'll, he'll open those doors for you.

Chris Williams:

And you know, I mean, I just love Denzel Washington.

Chris Williams:

I mean, the dude is a phenomenal guy, not just a hell of an actor, but I mean, just to listen to,

Patrick Williams:

I like him and Morgan Freeman.

Patrick Williams:

I like him.

Patrick Williams:

And Morgan Freeman.

Chris Williams:

Morgan Freeman is awesome.

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

Morgan.

Chris Williams:

Morgan free that you, you can't find better actors.

Chris Williams:

I don't think that needs to And, and not just actors for the character of people they are.

Chris Williams:

And yes, we're gonna brag about Morgan Freeman being from Mississippi.

Chris Williams:

So

Patrick Williams:

yeah.

Chris Williams:

You know, you may have to work harder, but little work never hurt anybody, you know?

Chris Williams:

And you can take the easy way out, or you can take the hard way out.

Chris Williams:

But the hard way is usually the right way, isn't it?

Patrick Williams:

Well, I mean, and it doesn't matter if it's acting music or if you're an engineer or a graphics design or whatever you are.

Patrick Williams:

Mm-hmm.

Patrick Williams:

Housekeeper, a truck driver.

Patrick Williams:

Whatever you do, you need to master your craft and get better at it than everyone else.

Patrick Williams:

And I.

Patrick Williams:

When I say get better at your job than everyone else, I'm not saying put anybody down, I'm saying that I don't care if you've done your job for

Patrick Williams:

20, 30 years, I'd be willing to bet you a dollar to a box of donuts that you can still improve on your craft.

Patrick Williams:

And it's, it's not that it's a competition against any of the other people out there.

Patrick Williams:

It's more or less a competition for you against you to be better today than you were yesterday.

Patrick Williams:

Master your craft and if you master your craft in whatever job or profession you choose, chances are you're going to find yourself an asset in whatever company you go to.

Patrick Williams:

I, myself, every company I have ever worked for, with the exception of maybe one or two, I've worked up into management and generally I do it relatively quick.

Patrick Williams:

Now granted, I have a lot of skill sets and knowledge and experience, but.

Patrick Williams:

If you wind up, if you master your craft, you wind up finding that you will get paid more.

Patrick Williams:

You will wind up being an asset.

Patrick Williams:

I'm not gonna say irreplaceable 'cause everybody's replaceable.

Patrick Williams:

Right.

Patrick Williams:

But you will find a level of happiness in your life, not just because you're good at your job, but the fruits of that come and you can enjoy those fruits in your off time.

Patrick Williams:

Right.

Patrick Williams:

Well,

Chris Williams:

you know, I think, you know, from, I, I learned a lot of stuff from the, from the racing because of course, you know, that's how we grew up was in racing.

Chris Williams:

But one of the biggest things that stuck out to me and all the advice I ever heard racers give to anybody was race your race.

Chris Williams:

Just race your race.

Chris Williams:

Don't worry about the other guys on the track.

Chris Williams:

You race your race.

Chris Williams:

And since I've been in iracing you know, when I started Iracing and I used to gripe and complain all the time, I'm tired of riding in the back.

Chris Williams:

I wanna be competitive.

Chris Williams:

Right.

Chris Williams:

Well, the trick was I couldn't get those guys to slow down so I could race with 'em.

Chris Williams:

I had to learn how to race.

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

And you know, even now, you know, I, and I think I've gotten better.

Chris Williams:

I mean, but I didn't get better by trying to race the other drivers.

Chris Williams:

I got better by racing what I was capable of doing.

Chris Williams:

And look for flaws.

Chris Williams:

Look for errors, look for mistakes, and Correct.

Patrick Williams:

Learn how to maximize your equipment and, yeah,

Chris Williams:

exactly.

Chris Williams:

And, and I think if, if no other advice applies to regular life, I think that one applies most of all.

Chris Williams:

'cause, you know, we heard all the time growing up, we're competing against China, or we're competing against Japan, or we're, I'm competing against what I do every day.

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

Like right now I think there's just a little over a million podcasters in America.

Chris Williams:

Right.

Chris Williams:

By no means have I gotten to a place where I would consider, you know, ranking as a podcaster.

Chris Williams:

I'm doing a lot of stuff I don't know how to do, but I'm learning it, you know, I don't even like the electronics it requires to do the work, but, but if I'm wanna be better, I can't compete against everybody else's podcast.

Chris Williams:

And they've got more experience, they've got different experiences, they've got, you know, different backgrounds than I've got.

Chris Williams:

I have to compete against myself.

Chris Williams:

So I work hard at it and I work long at it.

Chris Williams:

I'm hoping there's gonna be a day real soon where I could be happy with what I've done in podcasting.

Chris Williams:

But, I mean, I'm sure I'm getting there, but that, that's what I'm saying.

Chris Williams:

I mean, it is not a competition against everybody else, and I'm not stepping on everybody else to get where I wanna be as a podcaster

Patrick Williams:

either.

Patrick Williams:

Well, I have a hard time just talking, man, so, I mean, I ain't about to jump into none of that technical crap.

Chris Williams:

Yeah, the, the technical crap would definitely not be your wheelhouse.

Chris Williams:

I mean, I want to throw all my computers out in the middle of the highway right now, but.

Chris Williams:

I gotta have 'em to do the job.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah, I'd probably bring the sledgehammer inside.

Patrick Williams:

Just bash the shit outta 'em right there on the floor.

Chris Williams:

Well, I'm glad I don't have a sledgehammer.

Chris Williams:

It would've already happened.

Patrick Williams:

Well, I got a few of 'em if you ever want

Chris Williams:

one.

Chris Williams:

No.

Chris Williams:

Don't get any ideas.

Chris Williams:

No, I don't, I mean, I've already got one computer that's busted up, but unfortunately that's just one of those falls I have to work on.

Chris Williams:

Right.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

Well I got shit loads of falls I gotta work on.

Chris Williams:

Well, I'm, I'm, I'm still relying on racing to encourage me a little bit because, you know, two and a half years ago when I started I racing,

Chris Williams:

I could barely get around the track and have any other cars around me because, well, if they were around me it was 'cause they were passing me at light speed.

Chris Williams:

But, Now I've got, I've got, I think, nine wins under my belt.

Chris Williams:

And when I went to look at my statistics to see how many laps i'd actually gone and how many miles I've gone, how many races I run, I'm sitting, going, man, seven, nine wins.

Chris Williams:

That ain't enough.

Chris Williams:

But I have to remind myself, we can't look at these other drivers that come in here and they've got 150 wind and they've only been racing for two years.

Chris Williams:

You know what I mean?

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

That's their skillset, that's their ability.

Chris Williams:

And I gotta work.

Chris Williams:

If I wanna win more, I got to practice better.

Chris Williams:

I, I gotta win more.

Chris Williams:

But now that I've got those seven to nine wins, I look at this podcast and go, well, I did that.

Chris Williams:

I did get seven or nine wins, however many it is.

Chris Williams:

So I made progress there.

Chris Williams:

I can do it here too.

Patrick Williams:

Well, I can't do shit.

Patrick Williams:

I finished second.

Patrick Williams:

That's my best finish and I'll just talk.

Patrick Williams:

That's all I do.

Chris Williams:

I know a lot of my issue though is I.

Chris Williams:

Growing up with dad, don't pay anybody else to do what you can do yourself.

Chris Williams:

Sometimes I have a problem with recognizing where my limit

Patrick Williams:

is and just need to stop.

Patrick Williams:

Damn.

Patrick Williams:

Huh.

Patrick Williams:

I hope I didn't just deny a call from that company.

Patrick Williams:

I won't.

Patrick Williams:

I need to pick up from, I'm gonna be pissed off if they say I can load today and I don't go to tomorrow.

Patrick Williams:

Yep.

Patrick Williams:

Well, I'm expecting it'll come up as a Phoenix number, but I've had one that said a spam call and I've had another one that said unknown id.

Patrick Williams:

So I'm like, well, I ain't answering nothing like that.

Patrick Williams:

Right.

Patrick Williams:

And if I get a Phoenix number calls me, I'll be answering that sonofabitch.

Chris Williams:

You know, I wanna bring something else up that I've been noticing.

Chris Williams:

In the world of politics, you know, you've got, as Donald Trump calls him, Ron Sanctimonious, he kind of sidestep.

Chris Williams:

This deal with Trump facing all these indictments, right?

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

But he is a Republican.

Chris Williams:

I mean, he even had a Trump endorsement, but he sidestepping, and I think, and, and I'm bringing this up because I know there's a lot of people who

Chris Williams:

just think I'm diehard Republican, I'm diehard American, and we talk a lot about the Democrats, but the Democrats are just flaunting their bullshit.

Chris Williams:

But with Ron DeSantis, he's running for president against a past president who endorsed him, and yet he's not, I'm not saying anything he's doing that would even support Donald Trump.

Chris Williams:

You know what I mean?

Chris Williams:

And I don't think that's a problem supporting Donald Trump as a, as an opponent in a presidential race, but.

Chris Williams:

The man did help you out, right?

Chris Williams:

You were

Patrick Williams:

losing.

Patrick Williams:

Well, there's not even, well, to me, it's not a question of whether or not he supports him.

Patrick Williams:

Look, I, I think you can be a, a opponent of an individual, have fierce competition with that individual, but when you do witness a wrong being done to your

Patrick Williams:

opponent, I feel that you should and look or Vive or whatever, and Tim Scott about, the only one I've seen actually stand up.

Patrick Williams:

Tim Scott.

Patrick Williams:

Scott, are the only ones that, that have actually verbally made comments and statements against this crap that Trump is going through.

Patrick Williams:

And in my opinion, but now I want people, I mean, I say it a million times, I'm gonna say it again for any newcomers.

Patrick Williams:

I can't stand a freaking Republican, just like I can't stand a Democrat.

Patrick Williams:

Right?

Patrick Williams:

The difference is, My values generally fall in line with the Republicans more than the Democrats.

Patrick Williams:

So if I had a ballot, chances are I will wind up voting Republican, but I do not vote for a person because they have a R by their name.

Patrick Williams:

I refuse to do that.

Patrick Williams:

I hate the Republican party.

Patrick Williams:

But anyway, look, there is absolute, DeSantis is a shield.

Patrick Williams:

Number one.

Patrick Williams:

He is financed, coached and mentored by the bushes.

Patrick Williams:

Yep, that right there, lemme back.

Patrick Williams:

Back up a little further.

Patrick Williams:

Number one, DeSantis should have never even.

Patrick Williams:

Or tried to run for the 2024?

Chris Williams:

No, he should have never submitted his bid at all.

Chris Williams:

No.

Chris Williams:

He should have never considered it.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah, he shouldn't.

Patrick Williams:

Look, he's, he's young enough.

Patrick Williams:

He should have sat on the sidelines.

Patrick Williams:

He should have watched, and he should have maintained doing the good things that he is doing for the state of Florida.

Patrick Williams:

That's where DeSantis should have been.

Patrick Williams:

He should not be in this election cycle.

Patrick Williams:

He shouldn't have announced his Canedacy as he, he should, he should not even be there now.

Chris Williams:

He's gonna be out pretty soon it looks like.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

But with that being said, since he's entered the race and it's become much more evident and apparent who supports and mentors him and what

Patrick Williams:

pacs are giving him money, I cannot find it within myself to ever vote for DeSantis just because of that.

Patrick Williams:

Right.

Patrick Williams:

I did not like George Bush.

Chris Williams:

I never voted for George Bush.

Chris Williams:

And I personally have many, many, many things that go through my dreams about George Bush and ain't not Dang one of them.

Chris Williams:

No.

Chris Williams:

Especially not with what I know about George.

Chris Williams:

Well, the Bush family period now.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

But, but DeSantis being in this race and every so-called Republican, and I'm gonna be honest with you every democrat, everybody running for the top office should be more than vocal about the attacks that are going on against Trump.

Patrick Williams:

This is the, and not because it's against Trump.

Patrick Williams:

It's unconstitutional.

Patrick Williams:

Right.

Patrick Williams:

And it's against America.

Patrick Williams:

And it, it's coming from a totalitarian or an authoritarian.

Patrick Williams:

Regime.

Patrick Williams:

This is horrible.

Patrick Williams:

And the fewer people that voice their opinions about this, they're the ones that you do not need to cast a vote for.

Patrick Williams:

Because if they do not condemn what is going on, they condemn in America.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

And for ev, I feel this way through my soul, in my bones, in the marrow of my bones.

Patrick Williams:

Every son of a bitch up there in the house, whether it be Congress or the Senate, none of them have done anything to put an end to this overreach and this.

Patrick Williams:

Mm-hmm.

Patrick Williams:

Weaponization of the government, none of them, every one, every freaking one of them needs to be voted out of.

Chris Williams:

I agree with that 100%.

Patrick Williams:

All 500 and something of them, every one of them.

Patrick Williams:

I don't give a shit who they are.

Patrick Williams:

I haven't seen anyone propose a bill or stand up on the floor and say, we're gonna end funding for the D O J until they reign in their damn dogs.

Patrick Williams:

I haven't heard anybody say anything about we're going to fence off every dollar, every dime that has been allotted to the F B I to build this new facility.

Patrick Williams:

I haven't heard anybody say Congress has the purse strings.

Patrick Williams:

They have control over the money and they have done nothing

Chris Williams:

to control it.

Chris Williams:

As a matter of fact, I've had, you know, that goes back to this this last raising of the debt ceiling.

Chris Williams:

You know, and look, that was Kevin McCarthy who gets credit for actually striking this deal, but there was never a cap put on spending.

Chris Williams:

He just gave the.

Patrick Williams:

There was no deal.

Patrick Williams:

No deal.

Patrick Williams:

If somebody was, show me what the conservatives got out of it, there's nothing.

Patrick Williams:

It is all waste.ful I'm, I'm not

Chris Williams:

interested in what the conservatives get outta anything.

Chris Williams:

I'm more interested in, in capping the spending because that's our money.

Chris Williams:

I mean, that is our money.

Patrick Williams:

Well, I don't think another dollar should go to freak.

Patrick Williams:

See, that's another thing.

Patrick Williams:

Congress has not blocked sending money to Ukraine.

Patrick Williams:

We don't have an audit.

Patrick Williams:

We don't even get an audit with that money.

Patrick Williams:

We don't know where it's going.

Patrick Williams:

Oh, we know where it's going.

Patrick Williams:

We suspect we know, and there's enough evidence to back up our suspicions.

Patrick Williams:

But we don't get any kind of accounting on where the money goes.

Patrick Williams:

None.

Patrick Williams:

Nope.

Chris Williams:

And we don't get to approve it.

Chris Williams:

And that's the same thing as taxation without representation.

Chris Williams:

Believe that.

Patrick Williams:

But Trump wanted to go after their corruption and he gets prosecuted, corrupt for wanting the corruption to go after their corruption.

Patrick Williams:

And the American government and a big part of the American people are allowing the corruption to happen.

Patrick Williams:

Mm-hmm.

Chris Williams:

And, and look, I think it's great to send humanitarian aid, but I'm sorry.

Chris Williams:

And people in Hawaii need humanitarian aid.

Chris Williams:

The people in East Palestine, Ohio need humanitarian aid.

Chris Williams:

We don't need to be given the Ukraine anything.

Patrick Williams:

The homeless on the streets of America need some humanitarian aid.

Patrick Williams:

Agreed.

Patrick Williams:

The veterans need humanitarian aid.

Patrick Williams:

We need to shut damn off.

Patrick Williams:

Oh, they're cutting veteran.

Chris Williams:

They're cutting veterans

Patrick Williams:

spending down.

Patrick Williams:

And we gotta quit spending all this money to appease and put these damn illegals up in a I'm, I'm, I'm, they're right there.

Patrick Williams:

Discuss the shit out of me man.

Chris Williams:

Right.

Chris Williams:

We're paying for everything for them, and we got people living right here in this country.

Chris Williams:

That, I mean, at one time when welfare started, and, and I'm not a proponent of welfare because I think, you know, we, right now we are on the path of welfare to warfare.

Chris Williams:

But when we started giving welfare to people just because we wanted to give welfare to people at one time, it was, you could get the welfare

Chris Williams:

if you were looking for a job and made, made good effort to find a job or they cut you off the welfare.

Chris Williams:

Oh, not anymore.

Chris Williams:

It's just freely given, you know, and that's asinine.

Chris Williams:

I mean, you look at somebody like Chris Christie, he's running as a Republican,

Patrick Williams:

right?

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

And that's a, that's a corrupt son of a bitch too, man.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

I don't even know how he got on the Republican ticket.

Patrick Williams:

And 'cause he, because he's for the damn, he's for the system man.

Patrick Williams:

He's a.

Chris Williams:

Oh, he's very much for the system and he, and he down talks, dog talks, Donald Trump.

Chris Williams:

I mean, he's all behind this Trump trial tour issue.

Chris Williams:

And, and then of course you've got oh, what's the other guy's name?

Chris Williams:

I was thinking of.

Chris Williams:

Have you heard anything outta Nikki Haley about any of this?

Chris Williams:

I mean, she's part of the cabal too, but I mean, you don't hear anything

Patrick Williams:

about this?

Patrick Williams:

No.

Patrick Williams:

No, but she's pulling so damn low.

Patrick Williams:

That's why you ain't hearing her say nothing.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, probably she just needs to keep her mouth shut because I don't even know if she's got 1%.

Patrick Williams:

Man, she's, I, she's so

Chris Williams:

low.

Chris Williams:

She's below 1%.

Chris Williams:

Well, I think that was her that Trump was talking about.

Chris Williams:

He said there's a zero by the name and an arrow pointing left.

Chris Williams:

What the hell does

Patrick Williams:

that mean?

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

How do you do?

Patrick Williams:

Less than nothing,

Chris Williams:

but, but I think you named the only two Republican candidates.

Chris Williams:

That are speaking out against this travesty that's happening right now.

Chris Williams:

Because, and, and again, I don't think I agree with what you said, any of these candidates who are not speaking out against what's happening to Trump,

Chris Williams:

and not because it's happening to Trump, because this is more about what's happening to the American people

Patrick Williams:

and Yeah, I don't care if this was happening to R F K Jr.

Patrick Williams:

I don't care if this was happening.

Patrick Williams:

I don't care.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah, I don't, it's unconstitutional.

Patrick Williams:

Even if it happened against Gavin Newsom, I can't stand Gavin Newsom.

Patrick Williams:

I can't stand Gavin Newsome.

Patrick Williams:

Gruesome Newsom.

Patrick Williams:

I can't stand.

Patrick Williams:

But if this happened against Newsom, I would be outraged.

Patrick Williams:

Absolutely.

Chris Williams:

Because it has nothing to do with the person that's being targeted it.

Chris Williams:

I mean, we've said it many times.

Chris Williams:

I mean, these are new precedents being set.

Chris Williams:

These unprecedented acts are setting new precedents that are gonna be extremely dangerous for the American people.

Chris Williams:

And I don't understand why more candidates aren't speaking up.

Chris Williams:

It makes absolutely no

Patrick Williams:

sense.

Patrick Williams:

And they're talking about now having a CR come up, Kevin McCarthy's talking about, yo, we gotta do a CR to get through to Christmas holiday and or the winter break.

Patrick Williams:

I'm like, what do you need to do a continuing resolution for?

Patrick Williams:

Who gives a shit?

Patrick Williams:

Shut it down.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

We, we don't have the money and don't do another cr There's enough money that's been passed in bills that we don't need to touch it.

Patrick Williams:

You, you can Don't spend any more money.

Patrick Williams:

Period.

Chris Williams:

That concludes our show for today.

Chris Williams:

And.

Chris Williams:

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Chris Williams:

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About the Podcast

The Constitution Commandos
Striving to Stir up the American Spirit
Welcome to The Constitution Commandos!
We are a dedicated team committed to shining a light on the circumstances, events, and individuals that pose a threat to the sanctity of America’s Constitution. Our mission is to foster understanding, stimulate dialogue, and inspire action in defense of our nation’s foundational document.

Each week, we delve into the pressing issues that challenge the Constitution’s principles. We explore historical precedents, dissect current events, and forecast potential implications. The discussions on the Constitution Commandos podcast are deeply rooted in personal experiences, life teachings, education, and research. This unique blend of sources ensures that the conversations are both personal and informative, providing our listeners with a comprehensive understanding of the importance and necessity of protecting the Constitution of the United States.

The Constitution Commandos is more than just a podcast; it’s a call to arms for every citizen who values the freedoms and rights enshrined in our Constitution. We believe that knowledge is power, and through our discussions, we aim to equip our listeners with the knowledge they need to safeguard our democracy.

Join us on this journey as we stand guard over the Constitution and navigate the complexities of these challenging times together.
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Chris Williams

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Chris Williams is a dedicated member of the Constitution Commandos, hailing from the vibrant state of Mississippi. Born and raised in the heart of the Magnolia state, Chris has an unwavering commitment to upholding the principles and values enshrined in the United States Constitution.

With a background in the racing industry, Chris has developed a keen sense of precision and attention to detail. His expertise lies in balancing and blueprinting racing engines, where he has honed his craft to perfection. This combination of technical mastery and a determined spirit makes Chris an invaluable asset to the Constitution Commandos.

Beyond his mechanical prowess, Chris is also a talented musician. Whether it be taking the stage as a performer, contributing his instrumental skills as a studio musician, or pouring his heart into writing soul-stirring songs, he uses music as a powerful tool to inspire anyone who listens to his work.

Chris's entrepreneurial spirit has led him to venture into various small businesses, primarily in the realm of residential construction. This experience has equipped him with a practical understanding of the challenges faced by hardworking Americans.

As a proud member of the Army National Guard and a veteran of the U.S. Navy, Chris has demonstrated his allegiance to his country and a commitment to defending the freedoms and liberties enumerated by the Constitution of the United States. His military service has instilled in him a sense of duty and honor that he carries with him in all his endeavors.

Whether it's on the racetrack, on stage, in the business world, or in support and defense of the Constitution, Chris Williams is true American patriot. He is a vital member of the Constitution Commandos, and he tirelessly works to protect and preserve the essence of America's founding principles.

Patrick Williams

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Patrick Williams, a distinguished cohost of The Constitution Commandos, is a true patriot who has demonstrated his devotion to the ideals of the Constitution through both his military service and his advocacy work. Having served in the prestigious 82nd Airborne of the United States Army, Patrick brings a unique perspective to discussions about the importance of constitutional rights.

Enlisting in the military was a natural choice for Patrick, driven by his deep love for his country and a desire to protect the freedoms that make it unique. As a member of the 82nd Airborne, he underwent grueling training and gained invaluable experience in military operations. Patrick's time in the Army not only instilled in him a strong sense of discipline and teamwork but also highlighted the vital role that the Constitution plays in guiding and safeguarding the actions of our armed forces.

After completing his military service, Patrick continued to carry the spirit of duty and service into his civilian life. As a cohost of The Constitution Commandos, he utilizes his firsthand knowledge and experiences to shed light on the constitutional implications of various issues facing our nation today. Through thought-provoking discussions, Patrick underscores the importance of vigilance in protecting our rights and the need for an informed citizenry to actively participate in the democratic process.

Patrick's military background, coupled with his passion for constitutional principles, allows him to provide unique insights into the balance between national security and individual liberties. His comprehensive understanding of military matters, enriches the discussions on The Constitution Commandos, empowering listeners to engage in informed debates about the intersection of constitutional rights.

Patrick Williams, the All American Commando, exemplifies the honor, commitment, and dedication of a true American patriot. Through his service in the esteemed 82nd Airborne and his role as a cohost on The Constitution Commandos, he embodies the importance of defending and upholding the principles enshrined in the Constitution, ensuring a strong and enduring legacy for generations to come.