Rising Star in North Dakota Politics Wrongly Ends Up on Watchlist

Economist Raheem Williams responds to a question from Chris Berg on Point of View. (Photo via Screenshot)

There’s a rising star on the horizon of North Dakota’s political scene. Some of you might know him. His name is Raheem “Rocky” Williams, and his resume is impressive. Here’s some of it:

According to his bio on FEE, his heroes are Thomas Sowell, Walter E. Williams, and Frederick Douglass. Not too shabby at all.

Raheem was on Point of View with Chris Berg last week to discuss Red Flag Laws and a recent string of events where his rights have been violated— by our very own government. I’ll post the interview below. His story is chilling.

According to Williams, not only has he been harassed while crossing the border, but the officer who recently questioned him even knew what guns he owns— without Raheem telling him. In other words, this is evidence of gun registration existing within the United States government. Unfortunately, the story doesn’t end there. In addition, he was also wrongfully denied the ability to purchase firearms earlier this year and was put on a Department of Homeland Security watchlist.

Aside from this appearance on Point of View, you can also watch video of him talking more about these things by clicking here and going to the 8:40 mark of yesterday’s episode of The Policy. Give it all a listen and see what you think.


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Raheem Williams tells his story about being a FALSE FLAG.

Raheem Williams tells his story about being a FALSE FLAG and how the Govt is infringing on his 2nd Amendment rights, plus he shares his POV on red flag laws.

Posted by POVnow on Wednesday, September 4, 2019

 

Sources:

  1. https://reason.org/author/raheem-williams/
  2. https://fee.org/people/raheem-williams/
  3. https://thepolicy.us/
  4. https://www.facebook.com/Thepolicy202/
  5. https://www.inforum.com/tags/Raheem_Williams
  6. https://ndgop.org/state-committee/
  7. https://www.ndyr.org/executivecommittee
  8. https://www.facebook.com/KPPPRadio/videos/401197477247915/UzpfSTE2OTQ4Nzg2MDQwODA0MTY6MjU3OTI1Njk0NTY0MjU3Mw/

 

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