What exactly is a Civil Defense Rifle and who is producing them? During our Brownells Bullet Points segment, we will discuss the CDR, who is making it and what features you will find on the gun.
For our SOTG Homeroom from CrossBreed Holsters, we have news from North Carolina. Members of the State House and Senate are attempting to pass a bill to decriminalize self-defense in church.
Finally, we have a follow up story to the recent pathetic video in which John Xina groveled at the feet of Chinese communists. Did Xina’s prostrating help him to cash in at the box office for his new movie? Steven Crowder will clear things up for us.
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The only thing worse than bending over and spreading cheeks for Communist China? Bending over, spreading cheeks, and not getting paid for it. John Cena was forced last week to beg for China’s forgiveness.
He was doing promo for F9 and called Taiwan a “country.” Taiwan IS a country. You just can’t say that out loud. Cena was forced to grovel and show how tiny his testicles were because if he didn’t, the movie franchise would lose money. So he did.
And the move franchise, allegedly, lost money anyway.
Chinese filmgoers have hit the brakes on Justin Lin’s F9. The Universal tentpole downshifted 85 percent in its second weekend, earning just $20.8 million compared to its $136 million roaring opening weekend.
That’s far weaker than the preceding franchise mainstays Furious 7 and The Fate of the Furious, which topped out at $390.9 million in 2015 and $392.8 million in 2017, respectively. Chinese ticketing app Maoyan currently projects F9 to finish at $211.9 million.
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