The first Presidential debate is in the books and it was a dumpster fire. The 90 minute debate turned into a shouting match between Joe Biden, Donald Trump and moderator Chris Wallace. Tony Katz joined Fox and Friends to break it all down
Month: September 2020
The first of three Presidential debates is only hours away. President Trump and Joe Biden are about to go face to face (with social distancing) and finally engage in what is sure to be a spectacle. Tony Katz previews the event and what talking points the President and Joe Biden each need to keep focus on.
Reactions to the Breonna Taylor ruling has caused riots across the country, but the worst of it is in Louisville. Tony Katz shares another example of the difference between protests and riots
The #BreonnaTaylor case has brought a charge against one officer, but not a murder charge. But what about all the facts that we didn’t know, and the narrative that was allowed to take hold?
That’s a story, too. Facts matter.
Indiana Senator, Todd Young, joined Tony Katz in the wake of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s passing. With a little over a month until the Presidential election there are a lot of elements in play concerning the open seat. Will the senate have enough time to confirm a nominee? Does the GOP have enough votes? Katz and Sen. Young discuss.
The left thinks they know better than you and they aren’t afraid to let you know. Joe Rogan is just the latest target. The wildly popular podcast host is being attacked for talking to “fringe” personalities on his show. Spodify paid $100 million for the rights to host his podcast and is now being accused of “spreading conspiracy theories.” Tony Katz tells the elites where they can shove their complaints.
On this episode:
- – Congressional report explains China and World Health Organization failures on coronavirus
- – At the same time, the CDC has new guidance on coronavirus spread in the air. That’s curious
- – A Nebraska State Senator defames a man who committed suicide, possibly over his killing of a Black Lives Matter activist
- – How will Republicans and Democrats handle replacing Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
The Big Story: The CDC has new guidance over the spread of coronavirus in the air. Does this have anything to do with Dr. Robert Redfield making the amazing claim that masks are better than a vaccine? And a new Congressional report shows the pain caused by the lying and slow response of China and the World Health Organization.
On this episode:
- – The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
- – Unhinged Canadian threatens President Trump with Ricin
- – Unhinged United Nations refuses to penalize Iran
- – He was falsely imprisoned, now Archie Williams is singing
The Big Story: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died at the age of 87 from pancreatic cancer. Now, all anyone can talk about is if President Trump will nominate someone to replace her before the election (he will,) and if the Democrats are going to go crazy (they have.)
Tony Katz joined the folks over at Fox and Friends to give the latest on everything happening with the vacant supreme court seat after the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg. There is enough hypocrisy to go around, but what does the constitution say?—
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Death has created calls for Violence and Ignoring the Constitution, but It Is Not the Voters First Concern
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died at the age of 87 after a long and public battle with pancreatic cancer. In the 36 hours since the announcement of her death, social media activists, politicos and pundits have put forth reactions that range from outright calls for violence to total dismissal of the Constitution’s clear explanation of the rules for nominating a Supreme Court justice.
Reza Aslan, a CNN product who is most notable for saying that Covington Catholic High School student Nicholas Sandmann had a “punchable face,” posted tweets that are meant to incite violence, threatening President Trump and the Republican-led Senate (and Americans) if they should try to replace Ginsburg this close to the election:
This was followed by an echos of calls for violence on social media, including from celebrities and university professors. Justice Ginsburg, in a letter dictated to her granddaughter just days before her death, stated her dying wish:
My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed.
Celebrities and members of Congress like Rep. Ocasio-Cortez have jumped on this, demanding that President Trump not move forward with any nomination:Read More