Dex describes his love for the profession of policing, but also his frustrations with the current climate towards law enforcement in America. Dex struggles with his love of the job, serving God and the community, but also serving his family. How do you walk away from a job that you love? How do you decide to stay and ride it out? How do you know when it is time to move on and find another career?
Dex details his reoccurring dreams from Iraq and his 16 year struggle with PTSD. Dex discusses and reviews his recent experience with Veterans Guardian VA Claim Consulting. If you are a veteran or know a veteran struggling with the VA to be fairly compensated please visit vetsguardian.com
A moment of silence for LMPD Officer Hassan Hassan. Dex revisits the issue of the fatal D.C. car jacking by two young, black, juvenile, females and how they are pretty much walking away without really suffering the consequences of their actions. Dex talks about the traffic stop of the U.S. Army officer who was stopped and peppered sprayed by two Virginia Officers. Lastly, Dex talks briefly about his three hour conversation he had with a protestor at 6th and Jefferson.
Dex interviews Border Patrol Agent Chris Cabrera, who is also the spokesman for the National Border Patrol Council and Local 3307 for the Rio Grande Valley. Chris shares with Dex and listeners of the podcast the truth of what is currently happening at the border.
Is the coddling of black America by the media and the woke mob hurting black people? In this episode, Dex talks about the car jacking in Washington D.C. by two young, black females that resulted in the death of Muhammad Anwar. Dex also talks about the media's bias in other events. Does Dex hate black people? Dex addresses this preconceived notion and Lil Nas X. Lastly, Band-Aids are now racist and a sign of white supremacy.
The first ever interview of the I Am Pitts Podcast. Dex interviews Bret Collyer and Zach Crevier of the Roy Williams Foundation. The mission of the Roy Williams Foundation is to fill the gaps in the current VA system and aid our nation's combat veterans and first responders struggling with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome).
For more information on the Roy Williams Foundation visit their website: roywilliamsfoundation.org
Dex shares his response when people tell him that he should run for political office. Instead of running for political office, Dex describes starting a new political party he thought of called the APR (Accountability and Personal Responsibility) Party. Dexter calls out his fellow conservatives for being snowflakes and being triggered. Lastly, Dex talks about the giant, pink, poke-a-dotted elephant with zebra stripes in the room known as President Joe Biden that the media is ignoring.
Dex rants about his allergies and the happenings in downtown Louisville with the latest round of protest. After ranting, Dex describes the night that forever changed his life in Iraq in 2004. After discussing Iraq, Dex goes into detail about his mother's suicide and how it impacted him.