This week on Full Metal America the guys chat a while about Loretta Lynch taking her turn on the hot seat. First, our What Would Bill Do forces Lentz to imagine that he must go out and change the minds of the most hardcore anti-gun activists. Later Riggle and Lentz give their thoughts as to why the GOP keeps on winning. Finally, they discuss the problem of how quickly divisive rhetoric escalates into violence. It's Full Metal America, the nation's number one show where Triple M eats half a quart of green chile salsa in an hour and 20 minutes.
This week on Full Metal America the guys talk about the shooting of GOP majority whip Steve Scalise. First they measure the pros and cons of getting a sex robot vs a Russian mail-order bride on What Would Bill Do. Then they get to the heavy topic, namely Leftist violence against the American Right. Buckle-up and hang on tight, It's Full Metal America, that show where we go from goofy to furious in zero point 45 seconds.
This week on Full Metal America the guys take on James Comey (again) and add a little fun into the mix. First, Riggle tries to put Bill in a world where Canada's bill C-16 rules the day in the US as well and tries to get Bill's thoughts. Later the guys discuss the anti-sharia protests and the great work that ACT for America is doing as they offer some much-needed criticism of Islam. Then they get on the the main event and offer some final words on James Comey's testimony before congress. Finally, the show gets fun and Bill gives us a brief take on Wonder Woman. It's Full Metal America, the nation's show about this, that, and the other thing too.
This week on Full Metal America the crew keep it simple. Riggle has a What Would Bill Do which tickles the Sci-Fi funny bone and sparks a fairly lengthy conversation which concludes with Triple M laughing so hard she can't speak. Next, the crew take on Kathy Griffin and take first crack at her latest press conference where she laments that Trump "broke her." Not to be overshadowed, the recent G7 Paris accord pull-out gets its due attention, and to close, we hear some inspiring words of awe and wonder from none other than John Wayne. It's Full Metal America, that show... aw, you know. It's that show.