Mr. Virtual President: "I Will Veto With Great Pleasure All Attempts to Destroy Any Of The Bill Of Rights"

Mr. Virtual President Bill Whittle knocks it out of the park and gives a virtual State of the Union speech the way it should be given. At the end of this, you will be chanting "Whittle for President."

In this segment of his Virtual State of the Union, the Virtual President talks about why politicians want to talk about gun control rather than crime control, and delivers the factual evidence and historical truths that make the case for the Second Amendment self-evident.

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  • Linda Cornell

    Does anyone no who this guy is on the video...he was so right on the money....some that sounds like a true american...WOW ABOUT FRICKEN TIME SOMEONE GETS UP THERE AND TALKS SOME GOOD SENSE....

  • Dempseycoleman

    I really want Bill Whittle and Ben Carson to run for President I think
    Republican Party or Independent Party either way would win

  • Bobby224466

    POTUS ==PIMP of the US.............

  • bull57

    Only if our real / fake president would support this videos opinion!

  • Leonard W. Giddens Jr.

    Send the fraud packing. Problem solved. The sooner the better off the great nation will be.

    • WASP

      You're right. Just think of how simple it would be to end this stupidity by just impeaching and convicting or trying and convicting the mulatto Hitler. And then think of all the problems that will go away when Obumbler does--his insane spending, his anti-American agenda, Obamacare, his gun grabbing, his fascism, his income redistribution, his destruction of our economy. Why the hell are we putting up with this traitor and his idiocy?

    • Linda Cornell

      I don't understand either...its like no matter how much wrong he does they all look the other way,,,its insane whats going own...

  • ladykroft

    America needs 544 more of him.