Harold Crews and Dr. Michael Hill, President of the League of the South, discuss the quickly approaching election. They primarily discuss the U.S. presidential election between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. But more importantly they converse on the implications for Southern nationalism specially and the broader implications for the U.S. in regards to the breakdown of political and social order.
Brad shares the goings on at the Arkansas League of the South Conference. He gives a rundown on the speakers; Brad Griffin, Mark Thomey R.G. Miller, and James Edwards of The Political Cesspool. Brad then goes on to describe the disruption caused by a male Negro employee employed by the library at which the Conference was held. Fortunately the disruption was short lived and the Conference was able to continue. Brad and Harold then go on to discuss the US presidential election. Specifically they spoke on the debate that took place between Clinton and Trump and the fallout from the debate. They talked on the likely consequences if Trump wins and Clinton wins. Brad then shares his thoughts on the time frame for a significant secession movement to take place if Clinton wins. They they discuss the need for Southern nationalists to be prepared for the changed political environment regardless of who wins the US presidency.