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Exclusive Audio From The Tony Katz Today Syndicated Radio Show and The Tony Katz Morning Show On 93.1FM WIBC, Indianapolis.

The Best COVID Strategy was “Getting Out of The Way”

The media told us it was impossible that we could get COVID vaccines by the end of the year. We were told it would take a miracle. Turns out it only took people getting the hell out of the way. The first vaccines were delivered across the country today. Looking back at how we, as a country, handled the virus, it becomes clear that the most effective form of response was government stepping aside, cutting the red tape and letting people do what they do.

“You can criticize Trump for some of his responses during COVID if you’d like, but he did exactly the right thing when it came to this vaccine. He got out of the way. He stepped to the side and allowed companies like Pfizer and Moderna to do this and it’s because of that, we got done what they said was impossible.”

Forget About Civil War, We Should Focus on China

The Supreme Court declined to hear the Texas lawsuit that was believed to be the Trump campaign’s last hope to overturn the election results. No, we see “Civil War” trending on Twitter. Tony Katz explains that the idea of secession or taking up arms against other states is a bad idea, but there can be no doubt that two different ideologies are warring in the United States. This leads us to China- the real enemy who we should be focused on. Here is what we should do…

Trump Gives “The Most Important Speech He’s Ever Made”

The President released a 45-minute video where he addressed the nation concerning the 2020 election. In the video, the President discussed irregularities and discrepancies that he saw involving vote totals. Tony Katz heard the President’s speech and breaks down the main points and what the President was hoping to achieve.

David Hogg Embarrasses Himself Trying to Discuss Freedom

Do you remember David Hogg? As a teenager, he became a vocal gun control activist after being a student during a shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School. Hogg is now a student at Harvard and is still making proclamations about what is best for America. His latest ideas about freedom are quite radical. His ideas include- “universal healthcare, free college, housing for all, quality food for all who need it, social mobility and good paying union jobs.” Tony Katz explains to Mr. Hogg where his ideas fall flat.  

Republicans Were Out-Lawyered by Democrats

William Jacobson of Legal Insurrection joined Tony Katz to update us on the legal challenges in the 2020 election. Jacobson contends that Republicans were too slow to act with regards to their lawsuits and were outmaneuvered by Democrat lawyers 

The Push To Not Vote in Georgia Special Election

There are a lot of crazy theories out there, but Tony Katz stumbled across quite a unique one. There is an individual in Georgia who is trying to stick it to the establishment by encouraging people to not vote in the run off election in Georgia. Seems a bit counterproductive to Tony Katz. He and Kurt Schlichter discuss.

There Is No Going Back To “Normal” If We Allow This Assault On Liberty, Plus Sharyl Attkisson | TKT Podcast 11/23/2020

December 11th is the date we should be seeing a COVID vaccine. We could see 70% of Americans immunized by May. But will we be “back to normal” with a vaccine? With so many Governors and other elected officials backing draconian lockdowns, and so many Americans being ok with it, we should all question what “back to normal” really means

And you are not alone in noticing that large portions of this country were willing to abandon their liberty for just a little bit of perceived safety.

PLUS:

  • Journalist Sharyl Attkisson on those upset with President Trump’s legal challenges. She also discusses her new book. “Slanted.”
  • New York gym owners push back against the local health department
  • Los Angeles County has just destroyed even more restaurants

Shakeups In The Trump Legal Team

Sidney Powell’s time on the Trump legal team didn’t last long. Only three days after holding a press conference to update the public on lawsuits concerning the election, Sidney Powell was shown the door. After making allegations of bribery against Gov. Kemp of Georgia, the Trump legal team announced that Mrs. Powell was no longer on the team. Tony Katz takes a look at where we stand with the legal challenges and whether this is all standard practice, or is it all nuts?

School District Decides Asians Aren’t Students of Color

For some reason, a school district in Washington has felt the need to made the specification that Asian students no longer qualify as “students of color.” Why did they do this? Unclear. Tony Katz explains how creating more categories to put people in continues to be a horrible idea.

TKT Podcast: Nothing Is More Important Than Standing Up For The Fight

There is a recount in Wisconsin, three Georgia counties had votes that weren’t counted and challenges are happening across Pennsylvania. National media is dismissing challenges, including Fox News. It is not up to the media to determine whether or not a challenge is valid. Why not let the legal challenges take place before making the election call? That is standing up, that is the fight.

That brings us to the insanity in Wayne County Michigan. The two GOP electors in Wayne County said they cannot certify the vote. They were called every name in the book, racists, bigots, even Governor Whitmer attacked them. Two hours later, they confirmed the vote. Two hours of public pressure and they submitted to the rage mob.

You have to be willing to stand up and fight. Even when someone is calling you names.

PLUS: Senator Ted Cruz took apart Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey regarding the roll of a platform vs a publisher in yesterday’s Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing, Biden is putting together a cabinet and transition team in preparation for a potential Presidency, but his choices show how much he’s given in to Progressives. And, panic shopping is back. Toilet Paper and Clorox wipes are flying off the shelves in preparedness for the next round of COVID lockdowns.