StudioJake On The Michael Knowles Show: Nikki Haley Is Epic

The Michael Knowles Show may be the newest podcast on The Daily Wire, but the host never has trouble finding the most interesting and unique stories for us to talk about. Last week, Matt Walsh joined me and Paul Bois on The Panel of Deplorables to talk about a wide range of topics from across the scale.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, a Democrat of course, called the Republican tax bill the ‘end of the world.’ So apparently, we’re all suppose to be dead. The mainstream media helped them cover it so it sounded like keeping more of their own money was a bad thing.

We also talked about Nikki Haley who dropped the mic at the United Nations who refused to back down from President Donald Trump recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

The panel also talked about the mother who is only two months older than her daughter thanks to IVF, the Catholic sex abuse scandal 15 years later, and Knowles tries to recruit Walsh into the War on Christmas.

Watch the episode on YouTube below:

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