StudioJake On The Michael Knowles Show: I Became A Verb

For some reason, Michael Knowles had his show with Amber Athey, famous journalist with The Daily Caller. How does one lowly writer from The Daily Wire compete with that?

Kidding aside, the three of us made an excellent Panel of Deplorables where we talked about the news of the day. This time, Alabama Senate candidate and former Judge Roy Moore, defeated the President Trump endorsed candidate Luther Strange in the GOP primary run-off. Did Trumpism finally beat Trump? That is too close to call. Next, we talk George Clooney writing a terrible poem about prayer (something his movies constantly makes deride). We also cover how Saudi Arabia is destroying conservatism by allowing women to drive (that’s a joke). Last but not least, we talk tax reform and I go to great lengths defending Kentucky GOP Senator Rand Paul’s stopping healthcare reform.

Also, Amber Athey made me a verb. How? Watch below to find out.

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