Each week, American Consequences dives deep into fiscal and monetary policy, politics, and economics. You’ll get a view of the FED, the White House, and the World like nowhere else. Subscribe to stay up-to-date on the biggest guests and the best analysis, all with the signature Trish Regan insight.
America at Stake
China is proposing a global travel program for who has and has not been tested for the Coronavirus. Gordon G. Chang, author of The Coming Collapse of China and Nuclear Showdown joins Trish to discuss the outlandish plans and what it means for the U.S. under Biden. Then, Kristin B. Tate, Novak Fellow at The Fund for American Studies, discusses the potential effects of a Democratic Georgia. And finally, Congressman Ralph Norman breaks down the loss of freedom that’s coming for all U.S. citizens.
The Biden Economy & Venezuelan Style Voter Difficulties
Are we on the path toward Socialism? This week, Debbie D’Souza returns to shed some light on voter difficulties. She compares the 2020 Election to past elections in Venezuela. Then the legendary Neil Grossman, economist, mathematician dives into Biden’s COVID-19 plans. Grossman argues that the Fed and any potential Biden stimulus would create a false economy and artificial market gains.
Recount? Conservatives not giving up.
While mainstream media sources love to tell you that the election results have been called, Trish and special guest Ned Ryun break down the next steps for Trump’s campaign. Then, KT McFarland, former deputy national security advisor to Donald Trump, calls for open ears from Democrats as the election results continue to divide the country. Sean Parnell, Republican Candidate for the 17th Congressional District of Pennsylvania, recounts his own experience with vote counting.
The polls were way off – Trump is very much in this race and concerns about vote counting have arisen. Guest Sean Spicer, television host, author and Former White House Press Secretary under President Trump outline how wrong the media has been going into the election polls. Then Trish and Andy Puzder, author of “Getting America Back to Work,” dive into the Trump campaign. And according to fan-favorite Dr. Sebastian Gorka, “it’s not how many votes you win, it’s who counts the votes.”
Countdown to the Election
The outcome of the next few days is critical to the American economy and our international standing. Republican nominee for Utah’s 4th congressional district, Burgess Owens breaks down Democratic elitism and the American Dream today. Then, financial editor at the Media Research Center, Dan Gainor, brings up a topic that mainstream media doesn’t want anyone to acknowledge: Leftist media bias. Andy Ngo of the Post Millennial, talks about his experience with Antifa’s radical plan to destroy democracy.
First Amendment Under Fire
Big tech and big media are suppressing the latest political scandal, while the justice department is filing a lawsuit alleging a monopoly by Google. First up, Jenna Ellis, a senior legal advisor and counsel to President Trump, explains what’s going on with Hunter Biden. Then CEO of Dyadic, Mark Emalfarb has made it his goal to ensure every American citizen gets the Coronavirus vaccine, and Senator Marsha Blackburn joins Trish to break down the new filings by the justice department.
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I enjoy Trish and her great cast of guests.
Extremely biased podcast...
I am amazed that Stansberry research will go for such a biased show... what a shame. The name of the show should be “Trump’s podcast”... I only listened to it because Dan Ferris recommended it and typically he has well informed and smart recommendations but man... he got this so wrong.
Not for sensible people
If you like Sean Hannity, you might like Trish Reagan too. I am a fiscally conservative and a socially liberal person. In my humble opinion, if you are not swayed by extremists on either right or left, you might not like this podcast. Instead of listening to me, listen to an/any episode and decide for yourself.