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Tired of mainstream media lies? Searching for the truth? The Financial Guys Podcast is your go-to conservative talk show giving you the latest updates on money and politics. What started as a radio show is now a podcast with multiple weekly episodes featuring exclusive interviews with integral political figures. Hosted by Mike Lomas, Glenn Wiggle, Mike Hoeflich, and Mike Sperrazza, follow us on socials for highlight clips and more!

The Financial Guys The Financial Guys

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    • 4.1 • 124 Ratings

Tired of mainstream media lies? Searching for the truth? The Financial Guys Podcast is your go-to conservative talk show giving you the latest updates on money and politics. What started as a radio show is now a podcast with multiple weekly episodes featuring exclusive interviews with integral political figures. Hosted by Mike Lomas, Glenn Wiggle, Mike Hoeflich, and Mike Sperrazza, follow us on socials for highlight clips and more!

    Biden's Inflation Crisis: Who's Really Paying the Price?

    Biden's Inflation Crisis: Who's Really Paying the Price?

    In this week's episode of Cut the Mic, hosts Mike Hoeflich and Mike Sperrazza dive into the controversial restrictions placed on presidential debates, such as mic muting and limited media access, raising questions about fairness and transparency. They examine the NIH's admission of funding gain of function research in Wuhan, exposing concerns about government transparency in scientific research. The hosts discuss the stark impact of inflation under Joe Biden, with soaring costs hitting lower and middle-class Americans hardest. Criticisms of government responses to homelessness, particularly in California under Gavin Newsom, highlight the disconnect between policy and reality. Finally, they tackle the ongoing migrant crisis, questioning ineffective solutions like using migrants as lifeguards, and emphasizing the need for genuine accountability and action in immigration policies.



    (00:01:17) Debate Restrictions Impact on Presidential Showdowns

    (00:04:00) Controversial NIH Funding in Gain of Function

    (00:16:44) Surging Inflation Impacting Lower-Middle Class Americans

    (00:22:00) Challenges in Government Strategies for Homelessness

    (00:23:05) Mayor Adams' Proposal on Using Migrants

    • 26 min
    Law Enforcement Under Fire: Media Bias & Racial Tensions

    Law Enforcement Under Fire: Media Bias & Racial Tensions

    In this week's episode of The Financial Guys Podcast, hosts Glenn Wiggle, Mike Lomas, and Mike Sperrazza explore the impact of political and media narratives on public perception of law enforcement, delving into the demonization of police and its effects on recruitment and morale. The discussion covers racial tensions and the need for better training to prevent tragic accidents. They also address the contentious issue of plea deals for illegal immigrants involved in violent crimes and emphasize the importance of local policing accountability over federal oversight. The hosts examine the challenges illegal aliens pose to law enforcement and neighborhood safety, highlighting the need for effective strategies to combat criminal elements. Finally, they discuss the racial implications of crime detection technology and the critical role of District Attorneys in ensuring justice and public safety.



    (00:02:36) Media Influence on Public Perception of Police

    (00:08:18) Promoting Justice and Trust in Communities

    (00:11:56) Controversial Plea Deals for Police Assaults

    (00:15:03) Enhancing Community Trust Through Local Policing

    (00:20:10) Shifting Resources to Local Police for Accountability

    (00:31:16) Criminal Elements in Immigrant Populations and Law Enforcement

    (00:35:13) Impact of Criminal Elements on Neighborhood Safety

    (00:36:32) "Racial Bias in Shot Spotter Sensor Distribution"

    (00:50:12) Impact of Rudy Giuliani's Crime Policies

    (00:57:17) Upholding Law Through Drug Crime Prosecution

    (01:01:27) Selective Prosecution Influence by District Attorneys

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Legal Battles and Presidential Aspirations

    Legal Battles and Presidential Aspirations

    The controversy surrounding Stormy Daniels and her alleged relationship with Donald Trump has been criticized for detracting from more pressing political matters. Doubts have been raised about the credibility of the allegations against Trump, as well as the impact of the legal battles he's facing on his public image and presidential aspirations. Joe's presidency has been scrutinized for discrepancies in statements about inflation rates, which have been shown to rise to 9.1% contrary to the claimed 1.4%. Increased violent crime in major cities, demonstrated by a brutal assault in New York City, spotlights the need for improved safety measures and law enforcement. Meanwhile, political criticism focusing on issues such as urban decay holds Trump accountable for alleged misconduct and legal issues, emphasizing the important role of public scrutiny in politics.

    (00:00:14) Credibility Questions Surrounding Stormy Daniels Relationship

    (00:04:34) Staged Events and Smear Tactics in Legal Battles

    (00:07:42) Presidential Inflation Discrepancies and Price Impacts

    (00:19:02) Violent Assault Raises Safety Concerns in NYC

    (00:22:13) Critiquing Government Actions in Urban Decay

    • 25 min
    Election Integrity: Media's Blind Eye Uncovered

    Election Integrity: Media's Blind Eye Uncovered

    In this week's episode of The Financial Guys Podcast, hosts Glenn Wiggle, Mike Lomas, and Mike Sperrazza delve into the complexities of COVID-19 responses, examining how varying state approaches impacted businesses and individual freedoms during the pandemic. They analyze the challenges of enforcing COVID-19 restrictions and discuss controversies surrounding the virus's origins. The conversation also explores financial disparities between political families, election fraud allegations, and mainstream media's coverage of critical events like missing ballots. Additionally, the hosts discuss the resurgence of activism on college campuses and the misinformation surrounding drugs like Ivermectin in COVID-19 treatment, offering insightful perspectives on these pressing issues.



    (00:02:24) State COVID-19 Restrictions Impact on Businesses

    (00:03:59) Challenges in Enforcing COVID-19 Restrictions

    (00:09:49) Debates Surrounding COVID-19's Wuhan Lab Leak

    (00:22:41) Monthly Wired Money Contrasts Trump's Real Estate

    (00:24:07) Ballot Discrepancy and Allegations of Fraud

    (00:25:39) Neglected Ballot Discrepancies in Media Coverage

    (00:37:14) Student-Led Divestment Movements on College Campuses

    (00:42:41) Emotionally Charged Protest Against Donald Trump

    (00:45:16) Ivermectin's Controversial Portrayal During COVID-19

    • 47 min
    Campus Chaos: Student Protests Ignite National Debate

    Campus Chaos: Student Protests Ignite National Debate

    In this week's episode of "Cut the Mic," hosts Mike Sperrazza and Mike Hoeflich dive headfirst into the fiery debate surrounding student protests erupting on campuses nationwide. From exploring the fine line between free speech and disorder, to dissecting the ripple effects of political rhetoric on campus activism, the conversation ignites crucial insights into the heart of modern-day democracy. They also scrutinize allegations of totalitarian tendencies in America's governance and dissect threats facing the foundational pillars of democracy and capitalism. Amidst rising tensions, the hosts advocate for heightened awareness and decisive action to quell escalating societal challenges.



    (00:01:21) Influence of Media Personalities on Protests

    (00:04:31) Legal Consequences of Protest Handling by Law Enforcement

    (00:10:12) Navigating Political Activism and Maintaining Order

    (00:15:30) Silencing Dissent in American Political Landscape

    (00:16:16) Challenges to Democratic Capitalism Amid Societal Shifts

    (00:22:19) Impact of Drug Trafficking on Society

    • 35 min
    Presidential Immunity: Balancing Power and Accountability

    Presidential Immunity: Balancing Power and Accountability

    The Mikes are back this fine Friday with your weekly news round-up! Racial bias in sports media can influence support for athletes, leading to racial divides and questioning the credibility of media figures. In political news, a judge's comments on Trump's immunity case have sparked discussions about presidential power and the potential risks of allowing a president to act without fear of criminal prosecution. Recent polls suggest Trump is gaining popularity in swing states, raising questions about the impact of public opinion and political strategies. The justice system is under scrutiny with high-profile cases like Harvey Weinstein's, highlighting concerns about power, wealth, and influence affecting legal outcomes. Joy Reid's call for reparations, despite her wealth, adds complexity to the ongoing debate. Lastly, public opinion on political leaders is demonstrated by a construction worker's negative response to Joe Biden, highlighting the diverse range of political perspectives.



    (00:00:47) Race Bias Impacting Athlete Support in Media

    (00:05:20) Presidential Immunity: Balancing Power and Accountability

    (00:08:32) Trump's Surging Popularity in Swing States

    (00:12:56) Influence of Power and Wealth in Justice

    (00:21:12) Reparations Debate: Perspectives on Black Identity

    (00:26:39) Raw Public Discourse in New York City

    • 29 min

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5
124 Ratings

124 Ratings

DrTrayGurl ,

Great podcast for the politically unaware

I’m 18 and I just graduated high school a few months ago. I am pretty much completely oblivious to politics so I figured podcast are a great way to start becoming more aware. Even though I don’t agree with absolutely everything they say I still like to see the different perspectives. I will continue to listen. Thanks for the great podcast.

Sal #one ,

Great show

I love the show. I left WNY and moved to Florida in 2020. Best decision I’ve ever made. Keep up the great work guys! Great conservative podcast!!!!

PAyscue ,

Unabashed racism

Incels convinced people of color are the world's greatest problem. Apparently love a good conspiracy theory as long as it favors their favorite twice impeached, 4-time indicted criminal

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