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15 Dec, 2021 23:52

Faked or not, media continues to capitalize on hate crimes

Questions remain surrounding the January 6 riot on Capitol Hill and the highly politicized and partisan investigation that followed, but the mainstream media delicately avoids them in favor of narratives that serve its obsequious Biden-boosting. Conservative commentator JK Brister and former Navy SEAL, FBI special agent, Federal Air Marshal and police officer Jonathan Gilliam share their insights. Plus Natasha Sweatte reports on the ongoing battle between creative professionals accused of discriminating against LGBT would-be clients and the forces arrayed against them. Then Army Ranger veteran and Democratic commentator Robin Biro shares his insights. And Republican strategist Melik Abdul joins to discuss the scourge of fake hate crimes making waves in the media and daring to ask who might be pushing exaggerated narratives of hate.