The riskiest thing you can do as a radio host is go on and talk about race, George Floyd and Black Live Matter. So that’s exactly what Tony Katz did.
The mayor of New York City has got to go. Mayor de Blasio has shown over the past several years that he is ill-equipped to handle the responsibility of being the mayor of New York. Over the past week, his deficiences have become ever more present. Riots in New York were allowed to happen and the response by Mayor de Blasio has been widely criticized. There is now petition in place to remove him from office. Tony Katz says that the time is now for New York City to find itself a new mayor.
Seems like just yesterday where people were being scolded by even suggesting that Americans should go back to work. Open Up American Protesters were accused of being heartless jerks who were spitting on the dead by even daring to leave their homes. Where were those same people when rioters took to the street to destroy property? Where was the outrage about rioters not practicing social distancing?
It was a frightening scene this weekend and protests and riots erupted across the country. Leland Vittert, who is a frequent guest of the program, was in the heart of it and was attacked by an angry mob when they realized he worked for Fox News. He recapped the ordeal with Tony Katz
Tony Katz spoke with Dana Perino on The Daily Briefing concerning the recent comments from Mark Zuckerberg concerning social media. Zuckerberg spoke with Dana Perino about social media bias. President Trump has also been very vocal with his concerns about censorship. Katz discusses potential solutions with Dana.
Iowa Senator Joni Ernst joined Tony Katz to discuss agriculture updates in the Midwest, the CARES Act as well as her pride for the Midwest and how she responds to those who diminish it
Low people bag on the Midwest. Usually, it’s coastal elitists who have never been to the middle of America, and have never bothered to look at what the Midwest has to offer. They pay no attention to the growth; that people are leaving the Northeast and California for places that offer them financial opportunities, friendly tax rates and a house they can afford.
One of those people is Twitter’s head of site integrity, Yoel Roth. Recently, Twitter decided to “fact check” President Trump’s tweets. Deciding that President Trump has engaged in unacceptable behavior by openly discussing the potential problems with state-wide mail-in voting – and the fraud that can potentially come with it – Twitter added to his tweet on the subject, “Get the facts about mail-in ballots:”
Click the link, and it takes you to posts from the Washington Post and CNN. These, according to Twitter, are the places to get “the facts.” CNN got near every fact in the Russia probe wrong, and then gave proven FBI liar Andrew McCabe a job. The Washington Post tried to destroy the life of high school student Nicholas Sandmann, claiming he was mocking a Native American man, Nathan Phillips, by just standing there while Phillips banged a drum in his face. CNN personalities said Sandmann had a “punchable face.”Read More
The social media platform turned heads last night after inserting a “fact check” on President Trump’s tweet about mail in voting. The President was adamant that mail in voting would cause wide spread voter fraud. In response, Twitter placed a notification under the President’s tweet where users could “learn the facts about mail in voting.”
Tony Katz says that this one action has signaled that Twitter is moving on from their business model as a platform for content and is now in the business of deciding what content is valuable.
Several media pundits are taking aim at Joe Biden for wearing a mask when he went out in public. Tony Katz warns that this is a losing argument. America isn’t going to back anyone saying that face masks are a sign of weakness. There are dozens of other things that Joe Biden can be mocked for, but this ain’t one of them.
New York is the media capital of the world. What happens in New York is broadcast across the entire country and due to this, New Yorkers think that they are more important than everyone else. Tony Katz says that New York is not as important as they think they are. Just because there is a high concentration of COVID-19 cases in New York, does not mean everyone else in the country should alter their own lives. The New York point of view has deceived Americans into thinking we should live our lives in accordance with New York values.