Welcome, welcome, NewsBusters listeners! We now have reached the penultimate episode of the “Dad isn’t house” mini-series of the NewsBusters podcast with yours actually and weekday night and Sunday analyst Nick Fondacaro.
For Wednesday’s present, we led off by recapping the place we’ve been over the previous couple of episodes in exposing how increasingly corners of the liberal media have proven a blatant disregard for sobriety and exhibiting that they really care about individuals who disagree with them.
We additionally plugged two improbable NewsBusters research from our analysis staff. First, Invoice D’Agostino released on Wednesday morning his newest NewsBusters explainer video and it lined the disinformation marketing campaign by the left over the For the Folks Act that may make even China and Russia blush. And secondly, we highlighted a study from Rich Noyes in regards to the broadcast community night information protection of the For the Folks Act and GOP voter integrity measures.
As a part of that disinformation marketing campaign, Pleasure Reid and Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) spent Tuesday night on MSNBC whining about how conservative teams needed to be not solely stopped, however crushed as a result of these supposedly scary organizations oppose their harmful, election-rigging laws.
Partially two, Nick and I spoke with Joe Chalfant solely a month after he took over as president of the conservative information and opinion website Lone Conservative from founder Kassy Dillon. Along with speaking about his journey into the conservative motion, we dove into the targets, mission, and successes that Lone Conservative has had in its brief, four-year historical past.
Lone Conservative has confirmed itself to be a thriving neighborhood of younger conservatives searching for their first break in politics and, by offering over 400 college students the chance to start their skilled writing profession, translated into an intensive alumni community in marketing campaign, media, and coverage realms.
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