27 min

Ep 95 | Is Police Brutality a Necessary Evil? Slightly Offensive with Elijah Schaffer

    • News Commentary

“Is police brutality a necessary evil?” and “What are our options if they are defunded?” The short answer to the question is yes, without the police you might not get any brutality, but you also will get Kyle Rittenhouses. Joe Biden says we only need social workers, but that’s a flat-out lie. We are covering all of these topics and more in an explosive dive into the actions of police that sparked five months of nonstop unrest.
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“Is police brutality a necessary evil?” and “What are our options if they are defunded?” The short answer to the question is yes, without the police you might not get any brutality, but you also will get Kyle Rittenhouses. Joe Biden says we only need social workers, but that’s a flat-out lie. We are covering all of these topics and more in an explosive dive into the actions of police that sparked five months of nonstop unrest.
________________________________________________________________
⇩ TODAY'S SPONSORS ⇩

BLACK RIFLE COFFEE: Wake up to America’s coffee by going to https://BlackRifleCoffee.com/OFFENSIVE. Enter the discount code OFFENSIVE to receive 20% OFF your first order of any coffee products (including Black Rifle Coffee Club!)

TOMMY JOHN: If you’re looking for maximum support for your manhood, then you have to try Tommy John’s new hammock pouch. For a limited time, go to https://TommyJohn.com/OFFENSIVE to get 15% off your first order.
________________________________________________________________
Become a subscriber at BlazeTV https://get.blazetv.com/slightly-offensive/ use my code "ELIJAH" to get $10 off a full year
________________________________________________________________
Slightly Offens*ve Merch: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/elijah-schaffer
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DOWNLOAD AUDIO PODCAST & GIVE A 5 STAR RATING!:
(also available Google Podcasts & wherever else podcasts are streamed)
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➤BOOKINGS/INQUIRIES: ELIJAH@SLIGHTLYOFFENSIVE.COM
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