Rose Tennent hosting
4:00 PM ET – J. Christian Adams, President of the Public Interest Legal Foundation, editor at PJ Media, and former DOJ attorney will give us his analysis on the latest in the Mueller probe and the FBI’s mishandling of the Trump and Clinton investigations.
5:00 PM ET – Joe Concha, Media writer for The Hill, joins to address the latest examples of malpractice in the mainstream media. According to Breitbart, More than two-thirds of Americans, a full 72 percent, believe “traditional news outlets knowingly report false or misleading stories,” according to an Axios/SurveyMonkey poll.
Only 25 percent of Americans believe the media “rarely” or “never” deliberately report fake news.
In other words, only one-quarter of the country believe the media are not guilty of intentionally spreading lies to mislead the American people.
5:30 PM ET- Karen Vaughn, Gold Star Mother of fallen Navy SEAL, Aaron Vaughn and author of World Changer: A Mother’s Story, joins the show with an exciting announcement: On December 29, 2018 in Naples, FL, Sean Hannity, Sara Carter, Dan Bongino and others will be at the Gold Star Gala to benefit Operation 300, the non-profit started by Karen and her family to support children who have lost their fathers in the war. Visit Hannity.com or GoldStarGala.com to learn more.
About Operation 300
Operation 300 is a non-profit founded to honor Aaron’s legacy and the organization hosts week-long camp experiences for children who have lost their fathers to war. Activities include surfing, sailing, archery, shooting, fishing, horseback riding. They also host the mothers and siblings of the campers in an ocean-front hotel in an attempt to provide quality time and some rest and relaxation.
Elite Navy SEAL, Aaron Carson Vaughn, was killed August 6, 2011 when a Chinook chopper carrying 30 American troops was shot down in Afghanistan. Aaron had just celebrated his 30th birthday. He was a highly decorated combat veteran with numerous awards including the Joint Service Achievement Medal with Valor and the Marine Corps Achievement Medal with Valor.