By Claudia Szurkowski
October 21, 2021 Updated 6:19 P.M. ET
NAPLES, FL – Tuesday, we had another great Patriot Talk Show, hosted by Brendon Leslie, Alfie Oaks, and Drew-Montez Clark. This week, we tested out a new seating arrangement – the crowd was fired up and got involved!
Kicking off the show, our Alfie gave the crowd an especially important message, saying that it is time for us to wake up. “Our whole country is ready for change now,” he remarked.
Americans are ready, and have been ready, for a huge change in the government, and are ready to start speaking out against it. Drew argued that it is time to “get in line or get out of the way,” and that we no longer have time for excuses and tolerance for anything less than what we deserve.
Moving off our opening messages, Brendon got fired up about the lies and fraud regarding the Patriots for Florida Club. Brendon got into the differences between claiming to be a non-profit organization versus a not-for-profit organization.
Alfie said, “How we are going to take our whole country back is from ‘we the people.’” Our patriots encouraged the people to do their own research and make a commitment to this country.
Florida’s Conservative Voice implemented a change to the Patriot Talk Show by getting the audience involved and taking questions from the crowd. Brendon dropped down from stage and answered questions regarding how the people should help unite America. Of what ought to be America’s top priorities, election integrity was the top one our patriots agreed on. Secondly, they agreed on taking back school boards and helping guide the leaders of tomorrow.
Thank you to everyone who tuned in to this week’s podcast! Join Brendon Leslie and his co-hosts for the next podcast at Seed to Table, live streaming every Tuesday at 7 P.M. We hope to see YOU there!
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Florida’s Conservative Voice is a patriotic news network that you can trust to deliver the truth with no hidden agenda. Founder and Editor in Chief Brendon Leslie left his job in mainstream news to practice journalism as it should be, unbiased and unbossed.