Scoot Show 310pm Colin Kaepernick & Donald Trump
On today’s show: As the debate continues over SF QB Colin Kaepernick refusing to stand during the playing of the National Anthem before a preseason game – a new headline is creating controversy. The headlines reads: Townhouse complex fining Davison, Michigan for American flag on door. A Michigan woman is being threatened with a daily fine until she takes down the American flag she has hanging on her front door of her townhouse apartment. The woman says, she lives there and she can display the flag. The apartment says, hanging anything on the door violates her lease. Is this about disrespecting the American flag? Or - is this about respecting the rules? AND: As the controversy over to stand or not to stand for the National Anthem continues – Grammy award winner John Legend tweets that our National Anthem is a “weak song” and he doesn’t love it. In the tweet – Legend said, he doesn’t love the song and “I’m very good at singing it, like, one of the best.” John Legend says he likes “America the Beautiful” much more than the “Star Spangled Banner.” Should the “Star Spangled Banner” be judged musically or what it stand for emotionally? THEN: Donald Trump is meeting with the president of Mexico before he delivers his immigration policy speech tonight in Phoenix, AZ. One of the big questions is what Trump will say about the 11 million people currently in America illegally. Originally, Trump said he would create a “deportation force” to deport all 11 million. But now, it appears as if that is no longer part of his immigration policy. Trump seems to be focusing on deport only the illegal immigrants that are criminals. 2pm Poll: Should Trump stick to his original play to create a “deportation force” to round up 11 million illegals and deport them? PLUS: This morning - an NOPD officer gave me a T-shirt he said he had made for me because of what I talk about on the show. Here’s what is printed on the T-shirt: Comply NOW and LIVE, $UE Later. Get RICH, not DEAD! Is this officer right?