Tom Roten Morning Show

Tom Roten Morning Show

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July 31, 2020 22 min
Retired director of Lawrence Co., OH EMS Buddy Fry was diagnosed with COVID19 in early June. He talks about his symptoms and recovery.
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US Sen. Joe Manchin says the right thing to do would be for the Governor to call in the Legislature for a special session and disperse the Federal funds where they should go.
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US Rep. Thomas Massie (KY-4) is one of three Congressman featured in the upcoming HBO documentary The Swamp on Aug. 4th. In this interview he discusses KY lockdowns, Big Tech censorship, troop withdraw, hydroxychloroquine, and more!
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Ashkhen Kazaryan is the Director of Civil Liberties at TechFreedom. She manages and develops policy projects on free speech, artificial intelligence, surveillance reform and privacy.
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Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet is Past Director of The Association of American Physicians & Surgeons. Her website is vivelifecenter.com/. She says had the FDA had acted quickly on the Henry Ford and Baylor approval request for HCQ, we can reasonably consider that 16,000 lives could have been saved since July 1.
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Independent Delegate Marshall Wilson needs 7,200 signatures to gain ballot access in the WV Governor's race for 2020.
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West Virginia's Secretary of State talks about the upcoming General Election. He says unlike the June WV Primary, voters will need to request an absentee ballot (if they want one) online. In-person voting will take place at normal polling precincts.
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Folk is a former WV Delegate who ran for Governor in the 2020 Primary
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From the 6am hour on 7/28/20. Tom blasts social media for censoring the press conference video of America's Frontline Doctors testifying about the success of Hydroxychloroquine.
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WV GOP Delegate Jim Butler from Mason Co. says it seems society wants to kowtow to everything that comes down from dictators! Jim wants a Special Session to deal with the Governor's unconstitutional executive orders.
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John Bryan is the WV lawyer representing a group of Legislators in a Writ of Mandamus. He reacts to my interview with WV Attorney General Patrick Morrisey in which the AG says Gov. Jim Justice's Executive Orders, including the mask mandate, are Constitutional. Bryan disagrees!
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WV AG Patrick Morriesey doesn't believe Gov. Jim Justice's EO's are unconstitutional
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Political columnist for TheCorridorChronicle.com
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Dr. Marilyn Singleton is a board-certified anesthesiologist. She is the immediate past President of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons
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Former WV State Trooper and GOP Candidate for WV Senate Chad Shaffer
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John Bryan is the attorney representing five WV lawmakers in their Writ of Mandamus challenging the WV Governor's decrees/mandates.
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Dr. Janet Levatin is a pediatrician and homeopathic physician who was in private practice in the Boston, Massachusetts area for almost 25 years prior to joining the Tenpenny Integrative Medical Center in Middleburg Heights, Ohio.
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WV GOP Tom Bibby was one of five Lawmakers to sign the Writ of Mandamus questioning the Executive Orders of the Gov. Jim Justice.
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Barry Bledsoe, 56, is from Fairmont, WV. He's been hospitalized with complications from coronavirus for nearly 2 weeks. He believes he may have contracted the virus from a local Walmart.
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US Rep. Bill Johnson (R-OH) discusses testing concerns with latest COVID numbers, next relief package, and Federal response to riots/violence.
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