On today’s show, we cover all things State of the Union. Viewers loved it, liberals and the media hated it. It was as if the public watched an entirely different speech, and we dissect it all. We also dive into the Massachusetts Sen. and Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren’s latest problem — proof that she’s lied about being a Native American in the past. It’s hilarious and all too real.
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President Donald Trump’s speech last night was approved by the people who watched it by huge margins, according to media polls, while liberals and the media (redundant?) had the exact opposite reaction. CNN’s Van Jones called it an “incoherent speech with cookies and dog poop.” Yes, really.
We play clips and point out the absurdity of the media’s fact checks, declaring things the president didn’t say to be false while ignoring what he did say, which was true.
We then dive into the Democrats’ response, delivered by Stacey Abrams, the failed 2018 gubernatorial candidate in Georgia. Her vision of America is quite different from the president’s and reality. We break it all down.
Then we have the poll results. CNN made sure to cushion the blow of the speech’s wild popularity for their audience. It’s both funny and sad, and you have to hear it to believe it.
We also get into Elizabeth Warren’s latest troubles. Turns out, after years of swearing the opposite, she has declared herself to be a Native American in the past. For lying about it, and the lie itself, she’s sorry … sort of.
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