Today’s show is action-packed as we dissect the “anonymous” New York Times op-ed, allegedly authored by someone in the Trump administration, which actively works to undermine the President of the United States and a seriously insane line of questioning from the junior California senator at day two of the Kavanaugh confirmation hearing.
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Who wrote the anonymous op-ed in the Times declaring the existence of a deep-state inside the Trump administration working to thwart the will of the duly elected President? We don’t yet know, but we do now know there really is a group of people working within the government trying to undermine the Constitution. If this person were really so concerned for the republic that they’d betray our founding document, why wouldn’t they come forward and make their case publicly? Cowardice? Or is this person an arrogant fraud? We discuss.
There was an exchange during Wednesday’s Kavanaugh hearing between the nominee and California Senator Kamala Harris the media is describing as a “stumble.” It was anything but, with liberal Harris coming off like a rank amateur unable to formulate a coherent series of questions. We play the audio, analyze, and let you decide.
We dissect it all and brutally mock all the liberal hypocrisy on the show today and every day. Give it a listen and help spread the word about the Daily Daily Caller Podcast. Rate and review on iTunes, share on social media, and be sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode:
The Daily Daily Caller Podcast is a daily look and mocking of the news from a conservative perspective. Hosted by Derek Hunter, it is available in audio form Monday-Thursday and will have a video option on Fridays.
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