Tony Katz was joined by United States Surgeon General Jerome Adams for a discussion on mask mandates and how we as a country handle remaining safe, but being able to open businesses. The conversation evolved into the politicization of the virus.
Month: August 2020
The so called “reputable” news sources across the country are lying to you. In the last 48 hours since being tapped to be the Vice Presidential nominee for Joe Biden, the news media has gone to work to spin Kamala Harris as a moderate. Tony Katz goes through all the reasons that Harris is far from a moderate and explains why the media is pushing this narrative.
Indiana Senator Todd Young did not hold back when discussing his thoughts on Sen. Kamala Harris as the Democratic Vice-Presidential nominee.
He told host Tony Katz that she is the “far left” in a far left Democratic party.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has picked California Senator Kamala Harris to be his running mate.
Sen. Harris responded:
The pick, however, comes with tremendous baggage. While the New York Times immediately moved to frame her as a “pragmatic moderate,” the facts do not line up with this narrative. According to GovTrack, she is listed as the 4th most progressive member of the Senate. Like Biden, she favors the banning of fracking and a full-scale assault on the Second Amendment.Read More
It appears very likely that the 2020-2021 college football season will not happen in the Fall. Tony Katz breaks down the liability issues that schools face, as well as the long term financial implications that losing college football means for schools and communities
Tony Katz joined Leland Vittert on Fox News to discuss the spike in violence across the Midwest. Cities like Chicago and Indianapolis have allowed Antifa to run wild while Mayors stay quiet.
In Indianapolis, Black Lives Matter protesters pointed guns at a motorist in an attempt to stop cars from driving on the streets during a demonstration. Indianapolis leaders, including Democrat Mayor Joe Hogsett and the Indianapolis City-County Council have remained silent.
Other parts of the video show protesters blocking traffic and throwing water on cars. You can see the guns being pointed at the blue pick-up truck at the :35 second mark. The video is from the Indy Star.
America is now debating, in earnest, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s mental state. It is obvious to both political junkies and casual observers on both sides of the aisle that Biden is not all together there. And, heading into a potential debate showdown with President Donald Trump, many wonder if he is up to the task. Democrats have openly questioned whether debates are necessary, or suggested Biden put conditions on debating. Translation: Joe Biden should not debate Donald Trump, because Joe Biden can’t be trusted on a debate stage.
CNNers like Brian Stelter are claiming that this is all a right-wing media dustup that is “far from campaign reality:”
How wrong Stelter is. (Again!) This is far more than a beltway-esqe campaign issue. Biden’s mental state, and mental issues, are a big deal to voters across the nation. But is it the only issue voters have with Biden, as was asked on Twitter?
Oh, no. When you start getting into that list, Biden’s verbal stumbles and mental lapses might be the least of the concerns for Midwest and fence-sitting voters.Read More
Tony Katz has actively pressed the idea that we as a country need to be prepared for a fight. Some questioned whether Tony was trying to rile people up. Now New York is setting up checkpoints and randomly testing citizens. California is threatening to shut off citizens’ electricity if they violate social distancing orders. Katz encourages you to look around. The fight is already here.
The media world exploded after viewing President Trump’s interview with Jonathan Swan of Axios. In the interview, Swan pressed Trump on the amount of Americans dying from COVID-19 and his thoughts on the late John Lewis. The responses from the President drew outrage from the left. Tony Katz listens to the interview and explains how this was par for the course and how there was nothing to be upset about.