WATCH: Allie Stuckey explains how the term 'right-wing' is being used to silence conservative voices
In this clip, "Relatable" host Allie Beth Stuckey explains why the media use the term "right-wing" to silence conservative voices, how the media pervert terms like "incite" in order to group conservatives with white nationalists to conflate the meaning of all philosophies they deem on the "right," and how the media's attack on conservatism will continue leading up to the 2020 election.
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According to a new Gallup Poll released Monday, 43 percent of Americans today believe that socialism would be good for the country.
The telephone survey asked a random sample of Americans ages 18 and older whether "some form of socialism would be a good or bad thing for the country." While 51 percent of the adults surveyed said socialism would be a bad thing for the country, 43 percent said they believe it would be a good thing. Six percent said they had "no opinion."
On Tuesday's radio program, Pat Gray and Jeff Fisher (filling in for Glenn Beck this week) reacted to the Gallup Poll's "really frightening" findings.
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