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14th Sep 2023

Toughen Up

The Constitution Commandos

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America has been so sheltered so much that our youngest generation of people are soft and weak. Today's younger generations don't have a clue what it is to be tough and it will be the demise of the greatest nation on the planet throughout all of history. It is time for America to Toughen Up.

Kids in our Generation (Generation X)

  • We rode bicycles without seats
  • We made wooden ramps, balanced on concrete bricks
  • We ramped over people on our bikes
  • We weren't required to wear helmets
  • We drank water straight from the water hose

Experience Freedom

  • Get scraped up a little
  • Get your face busted up in a fight

The Gun-Grabbing Movement

  • When we were in high school, there were hundreds of guns on campus
  • We didn't have school shootings
  • If everyone had a gun, there would be far less crime

The People are in Fear of the Government

  • People are afraid of repercussions from the government
  • There enough people with that fear that it scares them to stand with neighbors

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To Solve the Problem of Fear of the Government

  • Lose the fear of the government
  • If your neighbor is being screwed, go help them
  • the government can't take us all
  • Posse Comitatus Act

Ripped off Through Regulations

  • Valdez Oil spill
  • EPA crushed Alaska on fuel production
  • Trump eliminated many of the regulations that hindered production
  • Regulations are primarily in place for making the government money

American Economy

Research References



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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, my fellow Americans.

Chris Williams:

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

Chris Williams:

Hey, we're glad you're here and welcome you to episode 25.

Chris Williams:

And today it's time for America to toughen up.

Chris Williams:

I share your thoughts on the subject by emailing us at podcast at the constitution commandos.

Chris Williams:

org.

Chris Williams:

I'm your host, Chris Williams.

Chris Williams:

My brother Patrick Williams is co host, and we are The Constitution Commandos.

Patrick Williams:

I probably say you kids under the age of 30 and yeah, I called you kids because y'all are all pussies, but.

Patrick Williams:

When we were kids, we rode bicycles without seats.

Patrick Williams:

We built homemade wooden ramps that balanced on concrete bricks.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, we, we would, and we jumped over, hit the ramps and the ramps would collapse and we would slam into a tree.

Patrick Williams:

And you know what?

Patrick Williams:

We weren't required to wear helmets.

Patrick Williams:

We didn't have elbow pads and knee pads and all that shit.

Patrick Williams:

We did it without a shirt, wearing shorts and barefooted.

Patrick Williams:

No helmet.

Patrick Williams:

And nowadays, you can't even see a parent allow their kid to ride a bicycle down the road without a helmet, barely.

Patrick Williams:

You bunch of damn pussies.

Patrick Williams:

Y'all need to get out and scrape your elbows up a little bit.

Patrick Williams:

Don't get punched in the face and get in a fight.

Patrick Williams:

Y'all need to freaking experience freedom, but I'm toughen you up.

Patrick Williams:

Y'all need to learn how to say I would much rather have busted up face because I slid down the damn pavement when I wrecked my bicycle without a seat and nothing but flip flops on.

Patrick Williams:

I would much rather deal with that than somebody dress me up like a fucking clown at a clown show, ride my bicycle down the road with a helmet and elbow pads and high top sneakers or something and pants and oh my god, what else can we put on him?

Patrick Williams:

I mean, shit,

Chris Williams:

man, we used to swim in creeks.

Chris Williams:

We used to play

Patrick Williams:

football.

Patrick Williams:

Oh, is it the worst we used to drink water from the water hose.

Chris Williams:

Oh, man, did we?

Chris Williams:

And that's a good water after the

Patrick Williams:

hot water.

Patrick Williams:

We're still we played with Erector sets.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah, they got Legos the size of their head.

Patrick Williams:

Well, this is to keep you from swallowing it.

Patrick Williams:

I know it's a big mouth.

Patrick Williams:

Some bitches out there probably still swallow them.

Patrick Williams:

But.

Patrick Williams:

It's like, it's amazing, man.

Patrick Williams:

We have sheltered our population into oblivion.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, they literally, literally this, this generation literally is hurt by words.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, can you imagine seeing somebody from this age, right?

Patrick Williams:

A mountain bike through the woods, down a hill.

Patrick Williams:

Without a helmet.

Patrick Williams:

I can't believe I got told by this place, you have to pay a membership to ride a bike on their trails.

Patrick Williams:

Right.

Patrick Williams:

And they told me I have to wear a helmet.

Patrick Williams:

I said, what if I don't want to wear a helmet?

Patrick Williams:

Oh, well, nobody will want to ride with you.

Patrick Williams:

Well, good.

Patrick Williams:

I don't want to ride with those.

Patrick Williams:

They probably won't do what I'll do on a bicycle.

Patrick Williams:

I don't want to ride with them.

Patrick Williams:

Bunch of pussies, that shit rubs off.

Patrick Williams:

I'm a man

Patrick Williams:

, Chris Williams: hey look.

Patrick Williams:

And they, they get a little scrape on their knee and they're out screaming, gotta go to the hospital.

Patrick Williams:

I cut the end of my finger off at a bicycle thing.

Patrick Williams:

I'm like, I think this hurts.

Patrick Williams:

It took about an hour for you, doctor?

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

And had Maria take me to

Patrick Williams:

the Doctor . I mean, yeah.

Patrick Williams:

People nowadays man, they just don't understand man and they don't understand that all this shit for your safety has made you.

Patrick Williams:

Weak, soft, I mean, Oh, another one that trips me out is all these people that run around and they want to be on this gun grabbing train.

Patrick Williams:

Oh, guns are so dangerous.

Patrick Williams:

Guns are this, guns are that.

Patrick Williams:

They probably don't even realize their neighbor's got fucking 40 guns.

Patrick Williams:

Have you been shot?

Patrick Williams:

Has your neighbor shot anybody?

Patrick Williams:

No, shut the fuck up.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, God, they just trips me out.

Patrick Williams:

They don't even realize.

Patrick Williams:

My argument.

Chris Williams:

Go ahead.

Chris Williams:

My argument is still if everybody in the country had guns, there'd be a lot less gun violence.

Patrick Williams:

When we were kids, I mean, there was not ever one school shooting when we were kids.

Patrick Williams:

And I would say about 75.

Chris Williams:

Man, we had kids coming to high school with their

Patrick Williams:

rifles.

Patrick Williams:

They were just sitting in the rifle rack.

Patrick Williams:

But ain't nobody gonna go shoot nobody at school.

Patrick Williams:

And we had guns all over, man.

Patrick Williams:

You walked through the parking lot.

Patrick Williams:

You could have probably found 40, 50 guns.

Patrick Williams:

They had shotguns, rifles, pistols, and everything in a vehicle.

Patrick Williams:

They left them in the truck.

Patrick Williams:

Didn't nobody go shoot nobody.

Patrick Williams:

That's a people problem.

Patrick Williams:

It ain't a gun problem.

Patrick Williams:

These people want to sit there and talk about guns.

Patrick Williams:

The more guns, the more dangerous.

Patrick Williams:

Well, that's because you choose to be ignorant.

Patrick Williams:

When you were a kid, everybody had a gun.

Patrick Williams:

Nobody got shot.

Patrick Williams:

It's a people problem, not a gun problem.

Chris Williams:

I look, I talked to a woman who was from China.

Chris Williams:

She's lived in Beijing, a couple of other very large cities there.

Chris Williams:

And when I said very large cities, she said, Beijing is about the landmass.

Patrick Williams:

But there's like 3 million people and

Chris Williams:

right and she lived, she said, like the 27th floor of her apartment or something like that.

Chris Williams:

She only worked about three blocks away from her apartment, but it would take her almost an hour to get there because it's so crowded.

Chris Williams:

And I said, man, y'all must have serious crime problems over in Beijing.

Chris Williams:

She said, no, we don't.

Chris Williams:

And She said, everybody knows what everybody knows.

Chris Williams:

And, you know, that's when I started thinking, well, maybe we ought to just put guns back in people's hands, because if everybody's got a gun, anybody going to be so quick to draw.

Chris Williams:

I mean, we hear all the stories about the wild west and I mean, we heard how Doc Holliday was the fastest gun in the west, but from all that I've studied about Doc Holliday, he's only shot one man his whole life, shot him in the back running away.

Chris Williams:

You know, but everybody back then had at least

Chris Williams:

Billy

Patrick Williams:

was supposed to be pretty quick, you know, and while Billy,

Chris Williams:

Billy, the kids, Johnny Ringo, yeah, there was supposed to be some real fast guns, but how did I know they were fast guns?

Chris Williams:

It must've been a lot of beer bottles shot in practice time because, you know, even the people that they say have a large body count behind them, they only shot one or two people

Patrick Williams:

back then when you were a rock star, if you were an outlaw, people got pissed off when they didn't have that big number on the wanted poster You know, I mean, half of them were outlaws because they were robbing

Patrick Williams:

somebody or rustling cattle or I'm not sure there were people out there killing or, but for the most part, yeah, it was inflated numbers, people embellishing to make themselves a superstar.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, that was all it was.

Patrick Williams:

Either that or

Chris Williams:

to make movies sell.

Chris Williams:

I mean, the whole deal is in the wild west, everybody had a gun.

Chris Williams:

Women carry guns like crazy.

Chris Williams:

I mean, don't go up in a bar or a

Patrick Williams:

brothel.

Patrick Williams:

You're going to get shot because they probably got a couple of shotguns.

Patrick Williams:

Man, we didn't probably show down in their garter belt.

Patrick Williams:

Not probably they did that or some type of a straight razor.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah, but it kept everybody

Chris Williams:

straight.

Chris Williams:

You know, our weak society today.

Chris Williams:

Sure it did.

Chris Williams:

I mean, you're not just gonna pull a gun when you know everybody around.

Chris Williams:

You've got a gun.

Chris Williams:

Just gonna be a

Patrick Williams:

fair fighter is not a lot of confidence in your speed and ability, your speed and accuracy.

Chris Williams:

Right, exactly.

Chris Williams:

And, you know, it just amazes me how

Patrick Williams:

How stupid stupidly weak.

Patrick Williams:

Well, and it's not just stupidly weak, it's stupid because like you said, if everybody had, I guarantee you, I guaran-freaking-tee you.

Patrick Williams:

I, and, and number one concealed carry is not a you.

Patrick Williams:

That, that, that's a bullshit term too.

Patrick Williams:

There's no such thing as concealed carry.

Patrick Williams:

You have the right to carry period, whether it's concealed or in the open.

Patrick Williams:

There, I don't, I don't like hearing all this concealed carry, but if everybody had a holster and a pistol on their side, I guarantee you.

Patrick Williams:

Crime would stop overnight.

Patrick Williams:

Crime would stop.

Patrick Williams:

I guarantee you, you get that one guy in the damn convenience store, or two guys, and they got their pistol openly carried on their belt in a holster,

Patrick Williams:

and somebody walks in there thinking they're gonna take the money out of the register, and sees that, oh no man, they'll be like, wrong store.

Chris Williams:

You might get your hands on them, but you aren't going out

Chris Williams:

that

Patrick Williams:

door.

Chris Williams:

you know, and you know, I've heard about, I've heard several reports of people working in department stores.

Chris Williams:

Where people, I mean, somebody would come in and rob them and they pull out their camera video, right?

Chris Williams:

And then lose their jobs

Patrick Williams:

over it.

Patrick Williams:

That's not but once again, man, we live in a clown world, man.

Patrick Williams:

And I just, you know, people got to get number one.

Patrick Williams:

The government has succeeded in instilling fear in the people.

Patrick Williams:

People are scared of the repercussions of what the government will do to him.

Patrick Williams:

Number two.

Patrick Williams:

There are enough people out there that have that fear that they're scared to stand with their neighbors.

Patrick Williams:

If everybody would lose one, lose the fear of the government.

Patrick Williams:

Number two, develop your sense of community, not just develop it.

Patrick Williams:

If you see your neighbor getting screwed, you go to your neighbor's hell.

Patrick Williams:

You go help your neighbor.

Patrick Williams:

And if everybody stood together, ain't nobody, man, it's just the way it is, man.

Patrick Williams:

People, even the government ain't going to come step on you.

Patrick Williams:

If they know what are you going to send the fucking army in here?

Patrick Williams:

You ever heard of posse comatatis?

Patrick Williams:

Okay, you got ours.

Chris Williams:

I would send the army.

Chris Williams:

We got one for you.

Chris Williams:

And, and more to what you're saying, you know, the government has managed to work it out now to where they have created division among the people, right?

Chris Williams:

There's that divide and conquer.

Chris Williams:

And as long as you're not going to help your neighbor, the government got

Patrick Williams:

free all over you and your name, man.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah, I mean, no repercussion is

Chris Williams:

None, but you know, like you said in several podcasts back, you know, people are scared to invade this country because the military is not the only one packing, you know, we got weapons and we use them.

Chris Williams:

Constitution gives us that protection, right?

Chris Williams:

We can protect ourselves, our houses, our property, you know, but you know, now if you carry your gun around in your car, you're not in your property, but your car is

Patrick Williams:

supposed to be your property, right?

Patrick Williams:

And, you know,

Chris Williams:

Yeah, back when dad was racing or is after after the track closed down.

Chris Williams:

I don't know if you remember Ronnie Trawick had gotten arrested.

Chris Williams:

Somebody tried to rob him coming down Fortification, jumped up on the sideboard of his wrecker and stuck a knife to his throat, told him to get

Chris Williams:

out of the truck, Ronnie, just popped the guy a couple of times, but he hit him in the kneecaps and ended up getting sentenced to five years in prison.

Chris Williams:

And his lawyer told him, he said, if you'd have just killed him, you would have never even been in court.

Chris Williams:

Right?

Chris Williams:

I didn't want to kill him.

Chris Williams:

I was just protecting my property.

Chris Williams:

Now, what is the government telling you there?

Chris Williams:

Yeah, I thought you got to be somebody you're not.

Chris Williams:

So what?

Chris Williams:

Protect yourself.

Chris Williams:

I mean, how does that work?

Chris Williams:

Yeah, I

Patrick Williams:

don't get it.

Chris Williams:

But these are the these are the things that our country has bought into.

Chris Williams:

And then we really need to get out of that mindset somehow or another.

Chris Williams:

It's probably a poor analogy.

Chris Williams:

But I know that if I'm going to get if I'm going to get involved in a race, and I want to be competitive, Then I've got to get up there and race around other people real close.

Chris Williams:

In fact, even racing hard, and that could potentially cause me to be put out of a race or taking somebody else out of a race inadvertently, just racing hard, right?

Chris Williams:

I think that's what we need to look at as a country.

Chris Williams:

There are risks we're going to have to take to stand up and take control of what we've got or take it back.

Chris Williams:

And it does not come without risk.

Chris Williams:

And, but the thing is.

Chris Williams:

If we keep letting this happen, we're ultimately giving away what was bled

Patrick Williams:

for, really.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah, but America is already unrecognizable to me.

Patrick Williams:

I ain't but 51.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, I already don't recognize it.

Patrick Williams:

It's not recognizable.

Chris Williams:

It's not even that far back ago.

Chris Williams:

I mean, look, you know, I remember when Trump was president, I make it sound like it was 100 years ago.

Chris Williams:

And I told people all the time, I was like, You know, I don't see why you think this is a great economy.

Chris Williams:

Look at the gas prices.

Chris Williams:

Look, I walked everywhere I go and I watched the gas prices, but I remember three years in the trumps and I was like, man, the gas prices have not budged what's going on.

Chris Williams:

I mean, they ain't gone up.

Chris Williams:

Why not?

Chris Williams:

I mean, they were under a dollar 80 a gallon.

Chris Williams:

Most of the time he was president and

Patrick Williams:

now we were producing energy.

Chris Williams:

Exactly.

Chris Williams:

But what I'm saying is I'm, I was.

Chris Williams:

I'm paying attention to the gas prices because usually you could tell what the economy is going to be when you watch the gas prices and every president I can remember, there's been an opposite, including Reagan gas prices fluctuated.

Chris Williams:

With Trump, they stayed around a dollar.

Chris Williams:

Well, here, stayed about a dollar 87 a gallon, I think.

Chris Williams:

And it Amazed me that it never

Patrick Williams:

moved.

Patrick Williams:

But you gotta remember almost every administration throughout our life has always had strict guidelines of regulations on where and how we drilled.

Patrick Williams:

And then not to mention that, you know, fracking became more common and Utilized method, you know, as we've gotten older, but you know, like Anwar, you know, after the Valdeez oil spill, man, they, the EPA came in and that was back in the early

Patrick Williams:

eighties, mid eighties Valdez EPA came in and they just crushed Alaska on a lot of their production, but then you have to, well, Trump opened up Anwar you know, you got to look at things like Trump expanded leases and since we've been kids.

Patrick Williams:

They've been adding regulations like crazy.

Patrick Williams:

Never taken any away.

Patrick Williams:

They always add to this behemoth pile.

Patrick Williams:

What?

Patrick Williams:

Trump came in and started slashing regulations.

Patrick Williams:

So we saw a steady rate of energy cost as opposed to the previous administrations throughout our entire life because trump didn't just become or make us energy independent.

Patrick Williams:

We were going, he also killed the regulations because it isn't just the regulations for getting it out of the ground, the regulations for transporting all the other regulations that go

Patrick Williams:

into it, you know, the regulations that applied to the leases, the regulations that Regulation does not mean that it's environmentally sound.

Patrick Williams:

It doesn't mean that it's for the betterment of the environment or for us.

Patrick Williams:

The regulations are no different than laws.

Patrick Williams:

They are put there for one reason, one reason only, and that is to convict people.

Patrick Williams:

The more regulations they have, the more things they can cite you for.

Patrick Williams:

It's got nothing to do with.

Patrick Williams:

Bettering our environment or making us safer.

Patrick Williams:

It's got to do with, I got so many regulations on the book.

Patrick Williams:

You nor 50 freaking attorneys can sift through them all.

Patrick Williams:

I'm gonna write you a ticket for this.

Patrick Williams:

Good luck fighting it in court.

Patrick Williams:

And if you do get off on it, you done paid court fees.

Patrick Williams:

So we made money anyway.

Patrick Williams:

That's all it's for these regulations.

Patrick Williams:

Don't do a damn thing for us.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, there are some, I mean, don't get me wrong.

Patrick Williams:

Like driving a truck.

Patrick Williams:

You got people that ain't never drove a truck before.

Patrick Williams:

I don't care what ole Joe fucking dipshit bag of dicks.

Patrick Williams:

I don't, Oh, I drove a split team and I would, dude, you ain't, you drove a bag of dicks, that's what you did, man.

Patrick Williams:

They come up and then he's 2

Chris Williams:

million miles of riding on

Patrick Williams:

Amtrak, but Joe Biden didn't fucking come up with it.

Patrick Williams:

But this death, you got a bunch of fucking pansy, pussy ass, little gen Z or whatever.

Patrick Williams:

I don't even know what gen they are, but these little fucking nanny babies.

Patrick Williams:

You know, they run around in these big cities that are the biggest pollutants.

Patrick Williams:

You can't even see their damn skyline.

Patrick Williams:

If you get two miles out of town, you got this Brown haze and they're, they're trying to dictate to us in the country that had the cleanest air anywhere, how to preserve the climate, like look at a mirror, bitch.

Patrick Williams:

Oh, well, we're going to come up with a thing called death.

Patrick Williams:

What is death do it when it first came out?

Patrick Williams:

It destroyed turbos.

Patrick Williams:

Man, trucks were breaking down.

Patrick Williams:

Turbo companies, I guarantee you, the manufacturers of turbos probably paid the government shitloads of money to come up with death because they made billions of dollars selling turbos at 3, 500 a pop.

Patrick Williams:

You know?

Patrick Williams:

I mean, then you look, I mean go back to the days when we had lead in our gas man.

Patrick Williams:

I don't know anybody that died of lead poisoning back when I was growing up from cancer.

Patrick Williams:

I mean shit.

Patrick Williams:

But now

Chris Williams:

put ethanol in the gas and it just goops your motor up and Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

Turn shit.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

Back then when we had, when we had lead in the gas, us being kids in a motorman, you could pull a damn motor apart, had 80,000 miles on the valves, looked like they just came out of the box.

Patrick Williams:

Right.

Patrick Williams:

You know what I mean?

Patrick Williams:

But then they got unleaded.

Patrick Williams:

You can't get 10, 000 miles on it.

Patrick Williams:

You can't even adjust them one time.

Patrick Williams:

And the valves are black with carbon.

Patrick Williams:

They say, you got people making regulations about things that they, they're regulating shit.

Patrick Williams:

They don't know nothing about they don't, they don't know.

Patrick Williams:

They, Oh, I got an advisor.

Patrick Williams:

Who was your advisor?

Patrick Williams:

You know, who championed this?

Patrick Williams:

Oh, one of your buddies.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, is he a lifelong motor man?

Patrick Williams:

No.

Patrick Williams:

Oh, well, how can he be advising you on this?

Patrick Williams:

Right.

Patrick Williams:

They don't know shit.

Patrick Williams:

And they're sitting here regulating us till the cows come home, claiming to be the experts.

Patrick Williams:

If y'all were experts, our world would be a better place.

Patrick Williams:

But no, y'all are the reason for the problems we have.

Patrick Williams:

Get out of the regulating business.

Patrick Williams:

Let us regulate.

Patrick Williams:

Well, I

Chris Williams:

hear all the time, leave this to the experts, but last time I checked, Noah was not an expert just saying Noah was not an

Chris Williams:

expert, but you know, let's talk about regulation for a second now, because you know, I already got serious problems with unregulated companies, right?

Chris Williams:

And I think everybody can relate to AT& T and their criminal practices.

Chris Williams:

But I mean, I don't even know if I've mentioned it on any of these podcasts, but so far Entergy has been one of the biggest thieves as far as the people who collect bills from me.

Chris Williams:

And.

Chris Williams:

They're still thieving.

Chris Williams:

You know, I mean, and there's really, I mean, what can I do about it?

Chris Williams:

Let's see.

Chris Williams:

I've already notified the Attorney General.

Chris Williams:

I've talked to Department of Energy.

Chris Williams:

I, you know, I brought the brought this to the attention of Entergy.

Chris Williams:

And you know what, now they just send me two bills a month for like 250, 300.

Chris Williams:

each bill per month.

Chris Williams:

And every time they want to cut my lights off, I've got to pay another 50 to get it turned back on, which they fortunately now call a deposit.

Chris Williams:

Let's see if they hold up when I move out of here because you're supposed to get your deposits back now.

Chris Williams:

Damn, that'd be a year's worth of income if I do that.

Chris Williams:

But anyway, you know who regulates these people?

Chris Williams:

Not to mention the fact we're not even supposed to have what is known as a monopoly in this country.

Chris Williams:

That's not even supposed to exist.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

Well, antitrust laws have been on the books forever, but you see people like Google, Facebook, they go and buy up all these tech competition.

Patrick Williams:

Right.

Patrick Williams:

But, and I ain't seen one antitrust law be enforced on these guys.

Patrick Williams:

Mm-hmm.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, the phone companies at one time, did time get broken up because of antitrust laws?

Patrick Williams:

Yes.

Patrick Williams:

That've

Chris Williams:

heard of about that.

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

When Bell South and what was it?

Chris Williams:

Well, it was Ma Bell and at t when at t went to buy that.

Chris Williams:

There was a huge congressional discussion over that, but I mean, that's the last time I remember anything about monopolies.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah, but I mean, why even have it on the book if you're not going to use it?

Patrick Williams:

It goes on all the time, all around us.

Patrick Williams:

It goes on.

Patrick Williams:

You know, but we're

Chris Williams:

going to regulate other stuff that makes no sense to regulate.

Patrick Williams:

And, and, and that's why I said regulations mean horseshit, absolute horseshit.

Patrick Williams:

All they're there for is to find you and make money.

Patrick Williams:

There are some regulations I understand are good.

Patrick Williams:

I guarantee you 99, 99 percent of the regulations on the book.

Chris Williams:

Well, that concludes our show for today.

Chris Williams:

And we thank you for being here.

Chris Williams:

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Chris Williams:

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Chris Williams:

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Chris Williams:

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Chris Williams:

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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.