Dinesh D'Souza has had a 25-year career as a writer, scholar, and public intellectual. He began the first half by answering a question about his 2014 conviction for violating campaign finance laws, which he saw as politically motivated, commenting that "no American has been locked up or even prosecuted" for what he did. D'Souza contends that the official response to the COVID pandemic has been overblown as he believes the situation is being used by Democrats and leftists to "habituate people to staying at home" and advance a socialist type of government.
D'Souza discussed what he sees as the danger of growing moves toward a socialist government in the U.S. and his fear that there is currently a "marriage of classic socialism with identity politics" in order to speed this process. He decried the mass media as no longer being impartial as it has been in the past. He also commented on the media's treatment of Donald Trump, saying that he used to be a "darling" of news reporters, but now they have turned on him since he became President. The stakes are raised, he added, because Trump still has some of the "little kid that grew up on the wrong side of the tracks in Queens" in him, which causes him to fight back more than most politicians would. In spite of D'Souza's warnings about a socialist regime in America, he ultimately believes that "Americans still believe in earned gratification," in other words, rewarding honest work and achievement.
Pastor Paul Begley is a fourth-generation preacher. In the second half, Begley said this has been "the craziest year I've seen prophetically in my lifetime," and that signs in nature and the heavens mirror what is happening in our reality. He remarked that prophecy can be "proven scientifically, but also biblically and spiritually." He pointed to unprecedented closings of religious sites around the world due to the COVID 19 crisis, which he said has never happened before in history, and that these events and signs point to "the apocalyptic hour." Begley is worried about an annular (not total) eclipse that will appear over the Middle East and Africa on June 21st, signaling significant changes in the Holy Land.
Begley discussed a "blood moon" that will appear over the U.S. on July 4th. He believes this symbolizes the present state of America, saying it is "torn apart," and that this is a warning from God that "we have to figure out a way to work together as a society" to repair the severe political divide that the U.S. has experienced in the last few years. He also warned of another global pandemic of "biblical proportions" in the next three years, which he thinks will be "biggest of all," dwarfing the one we are experiencing now. Finally, Begley discussed his belief that the Antichrist "is alive and getting in position" to become a major leader, and will soon appear on the world scene when he is chosen for the role by what Begley called the "puppet masters." Begley warned listeners that "we are in the end times; we can see the finish line, and it's closing in."