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4:05 PM ET – Dan Bongino, Fox News Contributor, Former NYPD Officer, Secret Service Agent and author of the novel, Spygate and Geraldo Rivera, Fox News Legal Analyst and author of The Geraldo Show, are here to discuss the shootings in El Paso and Dayton.
4:30 PM ET – Gregg Jarrett, Fox News Legal Analyst and Kim Strassel, is an American author, journalist, and a member of the Wall Street Journal editorial board. She writes a weekly conservative column, “Potomac Watch”, which appears on Fridays in the WSJ. Strassel has been one of the leading voices in the Russia collusion and investigative reporting on the bias and egregious nature of the Mueller special counsel. Today they discuss the IG report, what to expect for James Comey, and the news that Peter Strzok is suing the FBI for wrongful termination.
5:05PM ET – Kayleigh McEnany, National Press Secretary for the Trump 2020 Campaign and Jeff Lord, author of, Swamp Wars: Donald Trump and the New American Populism vs. The Old Order, discuss the politicization of the attacks in El Paso and Dayton. Some on the airwaves have forgotten to pretend to care about the victims:
Somebody forgot to tell Mika Brzezinski that Democrats aren’t supposed to openly discuss their plans to exploit the mass shootings for political purposes.
The airwaves have been filled with Democrat presidential candidates waxing outraged over the shootings, and in explicit terms pointing the finger at President Trump. Seems they, like Mika, see the shootings as a “political issue” that they “could get some traction on.”
Mika claimed to “feel the pain” in Beto’s comments. How much of Beto’s “emotion” was about the shootings themselves, and how much about his hope that this could, finally, be his way to break above 2 percent in the polls?