President Biden has hired Jalina Porter as the State Department Deputy Spokesperson despite her calling police officers “the Blue Klux Klan,” a bigger threat than ISIS, and accusing them of “genocide against Blacks in America.”
“This is who we have speaking for our country,” says Madison Gesiotto.
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s blanket ban on all dining is largely responsible for the surge of COVID-19 in California, says Tiana Lowe.
“There have only been two governors removed from office via recall election in American history. I think it’s time to make Newsom the third.”
Nearly half of Americans say Democracy is not working well in the U.S., according to a new poll from AP-NORC, reports Bill O’Reilly.
Plus, all but the “three liberal activists” rule in favor of religious liberty in California as Governor Newsom fights for his political survival.
Bill O’Reilly slams Norah O’Donnell for her softball Super Bowl interview with the president and asks Joe Biden: What is the hold-up on reopening schools?
“This is like fundamental journalism that is no longer practiced in this country… this is the anchorperson of CBS News.”
Joe Biden could have spared the country from another divisive impeachment but he chose to appease progressives instead, says Bill O’Reilly.
Watch as he calls to end Trump’s intelligence briefings due to his “rratic” behavior in his first prime-time interview as president.
Bill O’Reilly says Bruce Springsteen is “a radical, left-wing guy” and calls out Jeep for selecting him as the face of their unity-themed Super Bowl commercial.
Watch the “dopey-ist commercial” Bill has seen in years and excerpts from Bruce’s leftist radio program which proves O’Reilly’s point.
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Former Congressional Candidate Anna Paulina Luna joins Buck to discuss how Florida is first in the nation in terms of freedom and later Professor Gad Saad joins Buck to discuss vacuous virtue signaling liberals like Seth Rogen and why they are so annoying.
Former President Trump’s legal team has released their arguments ahead of the upcoming Senate impeachment trial. Jesse Kelly has the latest. Plus, could impeachment actually be a good thing for Trump and the Republicans? One insider will share his theory. Jesse is also joined by senior Trump advisor Jason Miller to preview the trial.
Buck ridicules Democrats for finally coming to the retaliation that Covid lockdowns hurt working class people the most and later National Review Senior Writer David Harsanyi joins Buck to discuss the ongoing war on conservatives and free speech.
The Senate trial for former President Trump’s second impeachment is upon us. Mike Slater dives into everything you need to know including whether there’s any chance the Senate reaches a conviction. Mike will also revisit Trump’s first impeachment trial and unmask the real reasoning behind Impeachment 2.0.
Good and decent people can’t even disagree about anything anymore with the new social media police around, says Billy Hallowell.
It’s time for people of all beliefs to stand up for the rights of everyone, including those with whom they disagree, he argues.