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Relatable with Allie Stuckey

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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Pat Gray Unleashed

Sen. John Kennedy turns the entire Epstein fiasco into a punchline

On Wednesday's episode of "Pat Gray Unleashed," Pat discussed a statement made by Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) during a hearing with the director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons on Tuesday that turned the entire Jeffrey Epstein fiasco into a punchline.

"Christmas ornaments, drywall, and Jerry [sic] Epstein. Name three things that don't hang themselves," Kennedy said. "That's what the American people think, and they deserve some answers."

"Can we find out who 'Jerry' Epstein is? I didn't even know he was dead," Pat joked. "And I appreciate Sen. John Kennedy for bringing it up and informing me that in addition to Jeffrey, Jerry is also dead."

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