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WWII “Storyteller” Joins Beck to Discuss History

Rishi Sharma said he began telling the stories of World War II veterans when he was in high school.

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A man who has dedicated an incredible amount of time telling the stories of World War II heroes joined the Glenn Beck Show recently to discuss his journey and passion.  

Rishi Sharma said he began telling the stories of World War II veterans when he was in high school. 

“One day I decided to ride my bike to the local retirement home, and I wanted to meet the men first-hand who I had been reading about and seeing TV shows about,” Sharma said. “It was an amazing experience how open they were and the fact that I actually got to look in the eyes of someone who went through hell so that someone like me could be alive.” 

Sharma said meeting these veterans inspired him to want to do something more to keep their memory alive and honor their sacrifices. 

“When I graduated, I was very blessed to get a lot of news coverage and I had a fundraiser and I raised funding to go out and interview as many World War II combat veterans as I could,” he said. “Now it’s four years later, 48 states, the UK, Canada, and Australia and just over 1,100 interviews on camera.” 

Sharma told Beck that he believes World War II is not covered in schools anymore and that public education is indoctrinating children to hate America. 

“It’s not right,” he said. “I don’t want to see it happen any further. That’s why I am recording these stories of what these veterans actually went through, the atrocities that they came across.” 

You can read more of Rishi’s work by checking out this link

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Dana Loesch: Alyssa Farah Griffin Shouldn’t Criticize OAN

Loesch criticized “The View’s” Alyssa Farah Griffin for critical comments she made about right-leaning cable news channel One America News Network (OAN).

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Nationally syndicated radio host Dana Loesch criticized “The View’s” Alyssa Farah Griffin for critical comments she made about right-leaning cable news channel One America News Network (OAN) during a segment on MSNBC.

Farah Griffin was discussing the raid on former President Donald Trump’s residence. Loesch played a soundbite, identifying Farah Griffin as one of the new conservative commentators who recently joined “The View.” 

“One thing I will note is this, the narrative that you are going to hear a lot from the right is that Hillary Clinton mishandled classified information,” Farah Griffin said. I would note that OAN and extremist right networks put out a statement saying this is war.” 

Loesch said Farah Griffin’s rant fell short of being effective, seeing as how she wasn’t addressing people that would likely act out in case of political retribution.

“I don’t think those are the people that she needs to be lecturing,” Loesch said.
Loesch spoke to James Golden aka “Bo Snerdley” who served as Rush Limbaugh’s producer/phone screen for the better part of 30 years. 

Golden said Farah Griffin’s comments were meant to provoke a reaction from “American Patriots.”

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Bernie McGuirk: Donald Trump Isn’t a Dictator

“Everything they accuse Donald Trump of, they are,” said Bernie McGuirk.

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New York talk personalities “Bernie & Sid,” told their 77 WABC audience Tuesday that the mainstream media rejoiced following a federal raid on the home of former President Donald Trump. 

Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence was raided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Monday. According to Fox News Digital, agents were looking for confidential government documents that Trump allegedly held onto after leaving office.

“Everything they accuse Donald Trump of, they are,” said Bernie McGuirk. “Back when his supporters were chanting lock Hillary Clinton up, they were calling Trump a dictator.” 

The guys played a montage of soundbites from left-leaning pundits scolding Trump for vowing to use federal resources to investigate claims that Clinton was involved in alleged nefarious acts related to the Russia probe during the 2016 Presidential election. 

“So, he was the dictator?” said McGuirk. “I don’t think so; he never locked her up. Also, CNN had a panel and on the panel was a New York Times reporter suggesting that they (FBI) found paper in the toilet. I mean, come on, give me a break.” 

Rosenburg added that the best way to support Trump during this period of uncertainty is to follow him on Truth Social.

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Chris Stigall: Media Is Misleading Public on America’s State

Stigall praised former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie for his comments to ABC’s George Stephanopoulos on “This Week.”

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Philadelphia radio host Chris Stigall said the media is to blame for misleading the public about the true state of America. Speaking on his show Monday on 990 The Answer, Stigall pushed back against pundits who claimed that Friday’s Jobs Report Showed economic growth. 

Stigall praised former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie for his comments to ABC’s George Stephanopoulos on “This Week.” Christie Said inflation is canceling anything that appears good because Americans can’t keep up with rising prices. 

Christie cited the rising cost of food and gas. Stigall reacted to Stephanopoulos, pushing back against Christie’s assertion that people are doing worse financially than they were two years ago.

 “There’s Stephanopoulos again. Isn’t it good that the president got more legislative things done,” Stigall said mockingly. “This is exactly what Jonathan Karl did last week, these Sunday show people.”

 Stigall inferred that the media is covering up for the Biden administration’s constant overspending, which many analysts believe has led to historical inflation. 

“All they do is pom-pom shake and cheerlead,” exclaimed Stigall. “This is Washingtonian c**p, beltway stuff. George, the people are hurting; it’s costing a fortune to live!”  

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