The controversial New York Times project has won one of the most prestigious awards on the planet. The problem is that the 1619 Project has been heavily criticized by American historians, who argue that the project is filled with inaccuracies. How did this happen?
People think it’s taboo to discuss the economic toll that is taking place during the COVID-19 pandemic. Companies like J. Crew and Gold’s Gym are filing for bankruptcy. Thousands of employees will now be out of work. There is a misconception that by showing concern for the economy that you somehow discount the lives of Americans. This is such a ridiculous train of thought that Tony Katz takes you step by step on why the economic toll is a big deal that absolutely shouldn’t be ignored.
A new California law was upheld by the 9th circuit. The law requires those buying ammo for their firearm need to go though a background check before purchasing any ammo. While the world is focused on the COVID-19 pandemic, Tony Katz wants to remind everyone that your Second Amendment Rights are being violated.
In California, Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered the beaches closed in Orange County, while allowing sex offenders out of jail. In New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo forced nursing homes to comply with unsound directives, resulting in potentially avoidable deaths. In Michigan and Ohio, stay-at-home directives have been extended to the end of May by both Democratic and Republican governors. In Oregon, it extends to July. In Indiana, it’s a phased-in approach that pretends to adhere to science and liberty.
This is where America is in the age of Coronavirus: Ignoring science, but pretending to follow it. Ignoring Liberty, but pretending to believe in it.
Gov. Newsom is a foul half-wit who deserves nothing less than forced removal from office. The sex offenders he let out of jail? Horrific people whose only defenders would be Rep. Ocasio-Cortez and La Raza. Their joint histories include assault with a deadly weapon, resisting a police officer, lewd conduct in a public place, child molestation, parole violations, inflicting injury on an elder adult and a host of other charges.
No one favors this move. District Attorney Todd Spitzer:
“These kinds of high-risk sex offenders are the most dangerous kind of criminal and the most likely to re-offend,” District Attorney Todd Spitzer said in a statement. “They are doing everything they can to avoid detection by the parole officers assigned to monitor them so they can potentially commit additional sex offenses. These are not the kind of people who should be getting a break.“
As Gov. Newsom does this, he has stopped people from going to the beach. Not in all of California, just Orange County. Why? Because some people went to the beach when it was open. So, in an act of punishment masquerading as science, Gov. Newsom closed their beaches.
Yes, of course, it’s easy to see that Newsom frees criminals and criminalizes free people. But that’s to miss the larger point: Science is not Newsom’s driving factor. As reported by the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles County has over 25,000 cases and over 1,200 deaths. Orange County? 2,700 cases and 52 deaths. Newsom has no interest in science; his interest is revenge, funneled through ideological power, concentrated in an imbecilic runt.Read More
The Vice President was in Indiana to tour a GM plant that has been retrofitted to create ventilators. The COVID-19 pandemic has created a high demand for ventilators. Vice President Pence discuss how he and President Trump are using the full force of the American economy to assist citizens and bring the country back to normalcy. The Vice President also speaks on the continuing progress being made on testing and an eventual vaccine.
Tony Katz joined Fox and Friends to talk about the media coverage surrounding the allegation of sexual assault against presumptive Democratic nominee for President Joe Biden. Katz advocates that the only sensible thing to do is to conduct an investigation. Ignore talking points and media. Just get to the bottom of this by means of an actual investigation
We have a new nominee for worst person of the week. A 26-year old in Chicago held a house party at his mother’s house that attracted 200 people. If that wasn’t stupid enough, it turns out his mother is a first responder and was coming off a 24-hour shift. What a tool
The EPA Administrator, Andrew Wheeler, joined Tony Katz. The EPA has been active in addressing fraudulent COVID-19 disinfectants. The EPA is working directly with online retailers to remove inaccurate claims on products that claim to be effective against COVID-19.
“What we have done is approve products for use against coronavirus. As of today, we have approved almost 400 products that our listed on our website… Make sure the products you are purchasing are actually effective against the virus.”
Last week, the President had mentioned ultraviolent lights and disinfectants during the coronavirus press conference. The media came out with the story that the President encouraged people to inject bleach, which, of course, is not true.
Wheeler made mention of this, claiming that a Washington Post reporter called, refused to accept his answer and pushed the lie about President Trump anyway:
EPA ADMINISTRATOR ANDREW WHEELER: We put that warning (about not ingesting products) on all of our list of disinfectants. Anything we approve, we always have that disclaimer, no matter what the product is.
And we’ve had that disclaimer on our disinfectants list before the coronavirus, but certainly we’ve highlighted it since March 6th.
We release the new list of disinfectants, the new approvals, every Thursday. And we released the list last Thursday, a couple of hours before the President’s press conference. That disclaimer is always on our press release.
And we actually had [sic] Washington Post reporter called and said, “You put this on here because of the President’s press conference, didn’t you?” I said, “No. Actually, our press release went out a couple of hours before the press conference.“
And then they ran a story over the weekend saying that EPA had to backtrack on the President’s statement, which is not the case at all.
But that just shows you how the media has their own, has an incredible bias. They just run with the story and they make facts up. We specifically told them no.
TONY KATZ: The Washington Post called you to confirm. You told them that’s not the way it happened, and they ran the story anyway?
WHEELER: Yes, absolutely.
It seems that the media and politicians who don’t care for President Trump are working overtime to discredit him, even going so far as to tell outright lies to get their point across. Governors, talk show hosts and reporters are all trying to outdo each other for the ultimate prize of must audacious form of deception. Whether that be telling people that Trump encouraged citizens to drink bleach, or comparing COVID-19 deaths to Vietnam- these people will stop at nothing. Tony Katz lays out the top contenders for this week.
Tony Katz is tired of hearing stories about how people are having a business meeting on Zoom, while nonsense is occurring in the background. Put your cat away and put on some pants. Tony sits you down and tells you exactly how to conduct yourself