Tony Katz

Here’s Why Hollywood Is Going After Actress Kirstie Alley

On FOX & Friends First, Tony discusses the online attacks against actress Kirstie Alley because of her support of President Trump. Why is it happening? Because liberal Hollywood doesn’t believe in diversity of thought.

And Compton has created a guaranteed income for certain residents. Can this work?

No. Tony Katz did not mock Joe Biden

During a segment on FOX and Friends on FOX News, Tony Katz was discussing the muting of microphones at the next presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former VP Joe Biden.

During the conversation, Katz said President Trump’s interruptions – which the television audience won’t hear because of the muted microphones – could lead to VP Biden stuttering while being interrupted. Social media exploded, and pundits from across the web attacked Katz, claiming he mocked the VP for having a stutter.

The Silent Trump Voter is Real, and Can Change The Election

Tony Katz discusses the power of the Silent Trump voter on FOX and Friends. They also discuss why muting the microphones for the presidential debate is a terrible idea, and how the Midwest can again decide the election.

Katz on FOX: Democrat Election Theater on ACB, Trump Success on Covid-19 Recognized by the New York Times

Democrats are engaged in 2020 Election Theater with all of their questions to SCOTUS nominee to Amy Coney Barrett about Obamacare. Operation Warp Speed is working so well even the New York Times is saying so. And Joe Biden has yet another gaffe, telling people not to vote for him.

Tony Katz talks to Jillian Mele and Todd Piro of FOX News about the latest stories.

Tony Katz on FOX: Harris Lies Again About Trump and Charlottesville

Vice-President Mike Pence hit Sen. Kamala Harris during the Vice-Presidential debate for selective editing President Trump’s quote on Charlottesville. Tony Katz explains that not sharing the entire quote is purposeful…it’s the lie that won’t die.

Vice-Presidential Debate Breakdown…Did Harris Score?

Tony Katz and Gianno Caldwell breakdown the Vice President debate between Vice-President Mike Pence and Sen. Kamala Harris. VP Pence was steady. Harris pushed coronavirus failure. Who came out on top?

The Breonna Taylor Case: Why Were The Facts Kept From America?

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.

Tony Katz Today – Part Two – September 21st 2020

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.

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Tony Katz Today – Part One – September 21st 2020

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.)

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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:

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