StudioJake On The Michael Knowles Show: Abortion & Hurricane Harvey

‘The Michael Knowles Show’ produced its 20th episode featuring yours truly and my colleague at The Daily Wire Paul Bois. The two of us discuss how the Democrat Party seems to be opening up to Pro-Life candidates, departing from the usual staunch abortion platform. Paul Bois gives some insightful background into the party’s history and how the Clintons were the first to purge Pro-Life candidates out. I mention that Pro-Life Democrats are starting to make their voices heard in the party, signaling change.

While discussing the French rag Charlie Hebdo mocking Hurricane Harvey victims in Texas, I sort of lose my temper as I condemn the cowardly French artists for their disgusting story. When they were attacked by terrorists, Texas Monthly did not run a cover mocking their dead, in fact, the United States stood with their freedom of speech. Disgusting and shameful.

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