Bill Whittle

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Bill Whittle (born April 7, 1959) is a maverick American conservative commentator who often criticizes liberals on his popular PJTV. In addition to his conservative blogger, political commentator and podcast work on YouTube, Bill is a screenwriter, director, editor, pilot, and author.[1]

According to his PJTV webpage, "With history on his side, Bill Whittle challenges widely held misconceptions about politics and society. Frequently asking the difficult ethical questions, Whittle attempts to underscore conservative values and philosophy through logical reasoning. Whether on Afterburner, Trifecta, Hot Seat or his one-on-one with Andrew Klavan, you can count on Bill for the type of incisive commentary PJTV is known for."[2]

According to his official website, "Starting in February 2013, Bill has begun a new format for his video commentary by speaking as the ‘Virtual President of the United States,’ providing the direct, common-sense answers to today’s toughest issues in a manner that a conservative President, such as Ronald Reagan, would employ. His Virtual State of the Union on “GUNS” has been called by many NRA members “the best defense of the Second Amendment I have ever heard.” GUNS, alone, has been seen by over 500,000 people on YouTube with a 98% approval rating from viewers. And his new series, YOUR GOVERNMENT, is an 11-part instruction manual on how to recover the country, spoken from the Oval Office."[3]

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  1. He is an "editor and director, known for Shootout (2003), Virtual President of the United States (2013) and The Arroyo (2014)."
  2. PJTV AfterBurner with Bill Whittle
  3. About Bill, Accessed January 23, 2016