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Comedian: Conservatism should unite people through humor, common sense

Comedian: Conservatism should unite people through humor, common sense

Sharing a laugh can be a great way to bring together people with opposing viewpoints.

Comedian Chad Prather joined “The Morning Blaze” crew to chat about his “Star-Spangled Banter” tour and new blog, PoliticalCowboy.com. On Tuesday's show, he shared a story about some liberal fans and talked about why conservatism should bring people together, not divide them.

“I’m a common sense conservative,” he said. “Ultimately, if you come to the show, you’d see I’m trying to unify people with some common sense.”

People with conservative leanings might be drawn to his comedy because they feel represented, but at the same time, Prather aims to reach out to fans with more liberal views who simply enjoy his comedy.

“They’re looking for someone that will help carry their voice a little bit and do it in a humorous way,” he said of his conservative fans. People coming to his shows shouldn’t expect to feel hammered regardless of their political views – but they might get a dig or two.

“I’m going to make fun of everybody because that’s what I do,” Prather said.

To see more from Doc, visit his channel on TheBlaze and listen live to “The Morning Blaze with Doc Thompson” weekdays 6–9 a.m. ET, only on TheBlaze Radio Network.

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