REAL AF with Andy Frisella

REAL AF with Andy Frisella

Entrepreneur Andy Frisella and his guests discuss, debate, and laugh their way through trending topics and hot-button issues. (This is also the home of Andy's other show, the top-ranked MFCEO Project Podcast)

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May 18, 2022 58 min

In today's episode, Andy & DJ discuss Missouri's passing of a bill that prohibits pharmacists from questioning doctors who prescribe Ivermectin to treat Covid-19, President Biden's lackluster livestream attendance in which he blames Republicans for a Buffalo store shooting, and tax filings that reveal mischievous spending of donation money from the co-founder of BLM.

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In today's episode, Andy & DJ discuss the exclusive audio leak of the Chinese Military meeting discussing the invasion of Taiwan, the trial opening in the Trump-Russia case of Hillary Clinton's 'Alfa Bank' lawyer, and a Kim Jong Un lookalike disrupting an Australian election campaign.

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In today's episode, Andy & DJ are joined in the studio by Congressional Candidate & co-owner of Atilis Gym Bellmawr, Ian Smith. They discuss the baby formula shortage in America, Air Force Academy cadets not being allowed to graduate unless proof of vaccination, and a Wisconsin middle schooler accused of sexual harassment for using the wrong gender pronouns.

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May 14, 2022 33 min

In today’s episode, Andy lays out the truth about the dire need for strong, uncompromising men to take charge, why crying about the struggles of society is detrimental to the cause, and why it’s necessary to take self-accountability & personal excellence seriously to restore freedoms in America.

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In today's episode, Andy answers your questions on why it's important to reconcile & show grace to people with contrasting views, the best way to initiate a positive mindset shift in your employees, and how to channel your frustrations towards society while doing #75HARD.
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In today's episode, Andy & DJ discuss the California district attorney's decision to not file charges against Mike Tyson after a physical altercation with another passenger on a JetBlue flight, the House sending an additional $40 Billion to aid Ukraine in the conflict with Russia, and Jack Dorsey agreeing that former President Donald Trump shouldn't have been banned from Twitter.

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In today's episode, Andy answers your questions on how to operate when you're going door-to-door to acquire new customers, what to keep in mind when buying out an existing business, and how to protect yourself from the biggest destroyer of self-esteem.

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In today's episode, Andy & DJ discuss the list of companies offering to cover travel costs for out-of-state abortions, Clarence Thomas' statement that the Supreme Court will not be bullied because a mob disagrees with its rulings, and the conflict of interest with President Biden’s new disinformation board.
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In today's episode, Andy & DJ discuss the FDA restricting the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine due to blood cloth risks, the Los Angeles District Attorney's office's decision to not bring felony charges against Dave Chappelle's onstage attacker, and Antifa's attack on a pregnancy center in Portland.

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In today's episode, Andy & DJ are joined in the studio by former Missouri Governor and Senatorial Candidate Eric Greitens. They talk about Eric’s story of how he got started with humanitarian public service, why individual accountability & personal excellence are the stepping stones for a prosperous America, and how to think critically to take better decisions for the future of your community and for the future of Ameri...

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In today's episode, Andy & DJ discuss Dave Chappelle being attacked onstage by an audience member while performing at Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade that provided women with a constitutional right to abortion, and the report that showed the CDC bought cellphone data to track vaccination & lockdown compliance.

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In today's episode, Andy answers your questions on why it's important to develop patience while working towards your ultimate goal, the biggest mistake most people make while taking a risk, and how to separate your emotions from your decision-making process.

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In today's episode, Andy & DJ discuss former Missouri Rep. Cora Faith Walker passing away due to a heart condition at the age of 37, Biden's “disinfo” czar Nina Jankowicz being ripped over her cringeworthy Mary Poppins TikTok, and Netflix laying off employees after stock shares crater 25% for the first time in 10 years.

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In today's episode, Andy & DJ discuss two activists at a Seattle Starbucks who glued their hands to the counter in protest of the non-dairy milk supercharge, the Biden administration announcing that it's assembling a, "Disinformation Governance Board" to combat disinformation in the 2022 midterms, and the Rasmussen poll that showed 51% of Americans believe Biden is to blame for the higher gas prices.

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In today’s episode, Andy answers your questions on how to maintain professionalism while attending workplace parties with your co-workers, the story behind the transition from Supplement Superstores to 1st Phorm and how to create positive momentum in a state of complacency.
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America needs a cultural revolution, and it starts with each of us taking personal accountability and getting involved on the ground level. In today's episode, Andy talks about his recent conversation with Donald Trump Jr., how the mainstream media has diluted the image of patriotism-loving Americans, and two actionable steps we can take to reinstate freedom.

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In today's episode, Andy & DJ are joined in the studio by billboard topping hip-hop artist Topher & heavy metal singer Tommy Vext. They discuss Ken Jeong's exit as Rudy Giuliani makes a surprise appearance on The Masked Singer, Donald Trump's sit-down & confrontation with Piers Morgan, and activists looking the other way as black Americans receive no support from BLM.

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In today's episode, Andy answers your questions on the misconception about making emotional purchases, if a prenuptial agreement is appropriate for you & your partner, and what lesson you should learn when making a mistake.

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In today's episode, Andy & DJ discuss TSA's announcement that it will not enforce Biden's mask mandate in airports after a judge declared mandates illegal on federal airplanes, Ron DeSantis threatening Twitter for blocking Elon Musks' takeover, and a staffer dressed up as an Easter Bunny stopping President Biden from answering a reporter's question.

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In today's episode, Andy answers your questions on America's current student loan situation regarding forgiveness, how you can build a culture in your company when your employees work remotely, and the best way to establish a partnership when going into business.
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