In this powerful episode of “Wake Up with Patti Katter,” our host, Patti Katter is joined by special guest Yehuda Remer, also known as The Pew Pew Jew. They explore the profound history of Yehuda’s family, where 60 of his family members tragically killed during the Holocaust. Yehuda shares incredible stories of his grandfathers—one enduring a concentration camp, the other hiding in an underground hole for 19 months. As a Proud Orthodox Jew, Yehuda’s mission is to preserve the Second Amendment while educating and empowering others. Tune in for a deep understanding of resilience, heritage, and the importance of individual rights. Don’t miss this thought-provoking and inspiring episode as Patti and Yehuda Remer shed light on resilience, honoring the past, and defending our defining rights.
Here’s a breakdown of what to expect in this episode:
- The harrowing experiences of Yehuda’s family during the Holocaust
- The remarkable stories of survival and resilience from his grandfathers
- Yehuda’s mission to preserve the Second Amendment and educate others
- The intersection of faith, heritage, and personal freedoms
- And so much more!
About The Pew Pew Jew:
The Pew Pew Jew began as a fun moniker that was given to Yehuda Remer, an orthodox Jew, by some of his non-Jewish friends in the gun industry as he was chronicling his journey into the business. Beginning with his book “Safety On: An introduction to the world of firearms for children, Yehuda was thrust headfirst into the gun world quickly becoming a voice in Second Amendment Advocacy.
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