KK Stands Up For Bryce Mitchell After EPIC Ukraine Rant Push Back

A homespun viewpoint on the crisis in the Ukraine has encountered ire from otherwise progressive pundits.

Today, Kansas City sports talker KK examines the controversial commentary. 

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"UFC fighter Bryce Mitchell is being mocked by liberals.  Why?  Well, he speaks the truth and represents most Americans and you know how threatening that is to the Uniparty."

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