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Media Malpractice and Criminal Consequences, with Kathie Lee Gifford, E.D. Hill, John Kass and Amy Swearer | Ep. 209
Megyn Kelly is joined by Kathie Lee Gifford, author of "The Jesus I Know: Honest Conversations and Diverse Opinions About Who He Is," E.D. Hill, longtime journalist and former Fox News host, John Kass of JohnKassNews.com, and Amy Swearer, of the Heritage Foundation, to talk about the criminal consequences of social justice policies, what Biden and the media owe Kyle Rittenhouse, Rittenhouse's latest Fox interview, the fall of Andrew Cuomo and Time's Up, MSNBC's ridiculous Thanksgiving segment, the various cases where self-defense worked for those accused of crimes, Jesus never canceling anyone and the power of faith, and more.
Rittenhouse Media Insanity and the Dangers of China, with Sen. Tom Cotton, Jason Whitlock, and Jesse Singal | Ep. 208
Megyn Kelly is joined by Senator Tom Cotton, Jason Whitlock, host of "Fearless" on BlazeTV, and Jesse Singal, author of "The Quick Fix," to talk about the media insanity after the Rittenhouse verdict, the lie that Rittenhouse "crossed state lines" with an AR-15, why Sen. Cotton says President Biden owes RIttenhouse an apology, Merrick Garland's "radical" Department of Justice, the dangers of China and reasons to boycott the Olympics next year, the missing Chinese tennis star, and more.
Kyle Rittenhouse Found Not Guilty on All Counts, with Glenn Greenwald, Andrew Branca, Mark Eiglarsh, and Angenette Levy | Ep. 207
Megyn Kelly is joined by Glenn Greenwald, editor at Substack, Andrew Branca, self-defense attorney, Mark Eiglarsh, defense attorney, and Angenette Levy, Law&Crime Network reporter, to talk about the breaking news that Kyle Rittenhouse was found not guilty on all counts, the media coverage of the case, the jury deliberation process, the focus on the judge, MSNBC's coverage from Joy Reid as well as their ethical breach by following the jury van, and more.
COVID Lockdown Reality and MSNBC Banned from Rittenhouse Courtroom, with Dr. Scott Atlas, Robert Barnes, and Dan Abrams | Ep. 206
Megyn Kelly is joined by Dr. Scott Atlas, former Trump administration COVID advisor and author of "A Plague Upon Our House," Robert Barnes, Kyle Rittenhouse's former civil attorney, and Dan Abrams, SiriusXM host and founder of the Law&Crime Network, to talk about the reality of the cost of lockdowns, how Atlas tried to undo COVID damage of Fauci and Birx, the need to have "focused protection," the science on masks, the latest on vaccine mandates, whether boosters are necessary, the importance of weighing risk tolerance with COVID, how the media smeared Dr. Atlas, the key video quality question in the Rittenhouse trial, MSNBC getting banned from the Rittenhouse trial courtroom after a producer followed the jury bus, and more.
Rittenhouse Jury Deliberates and Media's Disastrous Coverage, with Gov. Chris Christie, Robert Barnes, Andrew Branca, and Richard Baris | Ep. 205
Megyn Kelly is joined by Gov. Chris Christie, author of "Republican Rescue," Robert Barnes, Kyle Rittenhouse's former civil attorney, Richard Baris, Director of Big Data Poll, and Andrew Branca, self-defense attorney, to talk about the latest in the Kyle RIttenhouse trial while the jury deliberates, what the jury questions signal about the jury's thought process, media coverage of Rittenhouse and Jacob Blake, the possibility of a mistrial and hung jury, what may happen after the verdict, the November election results in Virginia and New Jersey, the role of race in the media and the courts, how the Republican party can be "rescued," the extremism of the Biden administration, what happens next with Trump, and more.
Rittenhouse Trial Heads to Jury and O'Keefe Raided By FBI, with Robert Barnes, Dave Aronberg, Andrew Branca and Harmeet Dhillon | Ep. 204
Megyn Kelly is joined by Robert Barnes, Kyle Rittenhouse's former civil attorney, Dave Aronberg, state attorney for Palm Beach County, Andrew Branca, self-defense attorney and contributor to Legal Insurrection, and Harmeet Dhillon, attorney for James O'Keefe, to talk about the jury getting the Kyle Rittenhouse case, the closing arguments in the trial, the various self-defense angles to the case, the key question of Rosenbaum's threat to Rittenhouse, the FBI raiding O'Keefe and Project Veritas' homes, and more.
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Great reporting and always love the points you bring to the table. I under stand that this was not the case of a black young 18 year old who ended up killing a white kid. Who has all the same criminal background but would have been interesting to possibly go into that topic would you have felt the same way? That a young kid like that wouldn’t be able to handle prison? Or if it was a young black man killing another black person. The sadness behind all do this is that there still is a huge imbalance with media and what gets covered what doesn’t get covered. I think not going over to at might have been a miss. It would have also had you look into and maybe understand why people claim “white supremacy” even though I do believe that term is used to often..
MK & Guests Show the Way to Solutions!
Great to hear Jason Whitlock. He is 100% right that we won’t solve problems until we start asking questions from all sides, even the sides that make us uncomfortable or might get us called “_ists.” This media agenda to spin everything into one narrative whether factually accurate or not or even coherent or not, causes a lot of people to believe things that are not true, it is tearing people apart and causing problems that wouldn’t exist if the media was honest, it disgusts me. It can also make people deny real problems that exist because all confidence is lost in all reporting when there is no way to determine what is narrative driven and what is factual. I think people are starting to see through it thanks to people like MK and Jason. Maybe once enough people see through it we can start addressing the problems that actually exist and find solutions. Keep us honest MK!