A C-SPAN caller on Wednesday criticized the network for spending an hour on the subject of "cancel culture," a right-wing notion which asserts that some people are being "cancelled" when they face consequences for their actions.
Your conservative philosopher, ladies and gentlemen.
A Republican voter explained to RNC spokesperson Elizabeth Harrington on Sunday why she no longer supports President Donald Trump because of his response to COVID-19.
Trump campaign spokesperson Boris Epshteyn faced off against a C-SPAN caller who blamed President Donald Trump for the deaths of Americans.
Former Republican Rep. Ralph Reed, a leader in the conservative Christian movement, on Tuesday defended President Donald Trump’s decision to attack peaceful protesters so that he could hold a photo op with a Bible at St. John’s Church.
C-SPAN host Steve Scully on Sunday faced off against a caller who accused his network of being part of a liberal media conspiracy to spread disinformation about the novel coronavirus pandemic.
On Friday night, Donald Trump called the coronavirus epidemic a “hoax” by Democrats who “failed” to bring him down over his collusion with Russia, or the extortion of Ukraine that led to his impeachment.
Comedian Dean Obeidallah, who is Muslim, told a C-SPAN caller that Republicans are not following the teachings of Jesus Christ even though they may oppose abortion and other policies advocated by evangelicals.
This would be a good day to call your senators and complain.
The New York Times reports that McConnell and his caucus may pull the plug on the C-SPAN cameras to limit public view of the impeachment trial.
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