In his first day back hosting his radio show after taking a week off to be with his wife as they welcomed their first born child, Charlie Kirk noted a recent article from The New York Times is a precursor to a potential coming indictment of former President Donald Trump after the FBI raided his Mar-a-Lago estate in search of classified documents.
“(The New York Times) wrote this long piece over the weekend. Basically, laying out this intellectual case — their supposed pseudo-intellectual case — for an indictment,” said Kirk. “And The New York Times, they love ‘I told you so’s’. They love to say ‘As I told you a couple months ago we were right about this. We were very clear about why Donald Trump needed to be indicted’. Nonsense. They wrote this piece — and I don’t want to make a habit of covering The New York Times — but they wrote this piece, ‘Donald Trump Is Not Above The Law‘ by the editorial board.
“Now, The New York Times wrote this piece probably in collusion and coordinator with the FBI and probably the Justice Department, with prosecutors. The New York Times can be best compared to, metaphorically, a fullback or a snowplow. To force forward, to pave the way, for a coming or a looming indictment.”
The Charlie Kirk Show host then said The New York Times is working to move the “Overton Window”. The Overton Window, a political range of discourse that ranges from unthinkable to acceptable to popular. In Kirk’s view, The New York Times wrote the story to move the Overton Window to view Donald Trump’s potential indictment as “acceptable”.
“So The New York Times writes this article to try to move the Overton Window,” Kirk posited. “To try to prime the pump for a grand jury they’re trying to empanel. Now I know some of you might say ‘Charlie, none of this is new. They’re trying to get Trump’. Now this is very important, we’re going to go a step deeper. Because this impacts the mid-terms and I think Republicans are mishandling this.”
Mike Gallagher Raising Funds For Hurricane Ian Relief
“This is what radio does best: opening the hearts and wallets of listeners to help fellow Americans they will likely never meet,” Gallagher said.
Mike Gallagher spent his Monday radio show broadcasting from various locations around southwest Florida after Hurricane Ian ravaged areas of the region last week.
Gallagher has partnered with Food For The Poor, a non-profit relief organization, to bring flood relief and hurricane emergency kits to areas affected by the Category 4 storm.
“This is what radio does best: opening the hearts and wallets of listeners to help fellow Americans they will likely never meet,” Gallagher said. He spent a portion of his show broadcasting from a car dealership in Venice, Florida, which saw several automobiles damaged by falling trees, power lines, and debris.
A Tampa resident, Gallagher was forced to relocate his show to New York last week to remain on the air as Hurricane Ian barreled down on the Florida coast.
Chris Stigall Inks Extension With AM 990 The Answer
He continued by saying he is “so grateful, and blessed, and humbled to be able to continue to do this and call this my job and talk to you every day.
AM 990 The Answer morning host Chris Stigall has signed a multi-year extension with the Salem Media Group-owned station.
“I will be staying put with Philadelphia’s AM 990 The Answer, every morning in Philadelphia, for the next three years,” Stigall said on his podcast.
He continued by saying he is “so grateful, and blessed, and humbled to be able to continue to do this and call this my job and talk to you every day. It is never lost on my what a privilege it is that God has blessed me with the ability to do this for a job.”
Stigall also announced a one-year extension for his show on KCMO in Kansas City to continue.
“Since the day Chris began with Philadelphia’s AM 990 The Answer, he has engaged Philadelphians in intelligent and relevant conversation that has served to entertain and stimulate much thought in the minds of our audience,” Salem Philadelphia General Manager Lorenzo Caldara said. “He has secured such an attentive audience that can’t wait to listen and call in to him everyday Monday through Friday.”
Nick Kayal: Joy Reid ‘Queen of Picking Low-Hanging Fruit’
“Don’t be a jerk, don’t go into someone else’s house and ransack their property, and loot and steal. Of course, that’s the opening of the door — the green light — for MSNBC to cry racism and that’s exactly what Joy Reid did.”
During the debut of Kayal and Company on 1210 WPHT in Philadelphia Monday morning, new host Nick Kayal blasted MSNBC host Joy Reid for her weekend comments comparing Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) to prominent segregationists of the 1960s.
During a press conference, DeSantis told reporters Florida residents shouldn’t even think about looting the vacant homes of those evacuated during Hurricane Ian. Reid took to Twitter to point out the racial history of the “when the looting starts, the shooting starts” mindset.
“Don’t be a jerk, don’t go into someone else’s house and ransack their property, and loot and steal. Of course, that’s the opening of the door — the green light — for MSNBC to cry racism and that’s exactly what Joy Reid did. The MSNBC host said Ron DeSantis’ warning to looters in Ian’s aftermath is like a racist threat from segregationist era. Joy Reid is on her show and they’re discussing all the pertinent issues we’re fascinated by. Global warming, climate change, and then of course Hurricane Ian. And then, of course, they’ve got to play the clip of Ron DeSantis and she goes to Twitter — Joy Reid’s personal Twitter page — to bash DeSantis for warning potential criminals against looting the evacuated homes of Hurricane Ian survivors in Florida.”
Kayal then read a portion of a news story describing Reid’s actions in response to the comments made by DeSantis.
“Obviously, Ron DeSantis, clearly a racist,” Kayal said sarcastically. “Clearly going back to the ’60s. Of course, it’s low-hanging fruit. And Joy Reid — the queen of picking low-hanging fruit — immediately goes to her played out, tired card.”