Listen: Will recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital bolster terror attacks?

It didn’t take long for the Palestinians to initiate a “day of rage” in Gaza, the West Bank, and East Jerusalem following President Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and while it was a win for those who support the tiny nation, the decision did not come without violent threats and missile launches against Israel.

On Saturday’s episode of “The Conservative Cartel” Rocci Stucci and Matt Locke discussed the potential ramifications of the highly contested decision.

About the Cartel 

“The Conservative Cartel” was born when two of the best talk show hosts in the country decided to team up and vent their frustrations about the current state of this country and its leaders. Matt Locke and Rocci Stucci feel the left is out for themselves and the right has sold us out. Our leadership has let down the American people, and the people need to know.

Since then, Matt and Rocci have appeared on each other’s shows many times and together make one of the strongest teams on radio.

Tune in to hear two of the nation’s hottest conservative talk show hosts, Matt Locke and Rocci Stucci, as they sit down and fire up their microphones for an off the cuff, no notes, no script breakdown of everything that is relevant. Sometimes it is serious, sometimes they lose their cool, and sometimes it’s downright funny, but no matter what it is informed discussion by two patriots!

You can find “The Conservative Cartel” LIVE on Facebook and YouTube on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday nights for the weekday edition and LIVE on TheBlaze Radio Network every Saturday morning at 9 a.m. ET for the weekend edition of “The Conservative Cartel.” See more from Matt Locke and Rocci Stucci on TheBlaze Contributors

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