At the beginning of this past week, the topic of gun control was very much alive no thanks in large part to Donald Trump himself, who managed to force continued discussion of the topic long after it should've concluded naturally on its own. By the end of the week, the media had pivoted back to the Mueller Probe, placing the highly problematic Jared Kushner directly in its crosshairs. From the ups and downs on immigration to what's in store for the midterms and 2020, and debunking the chicken little routine from all the usual suspects on tariffs, McFeels and Halberstram also take some time out at the beginning of the episode to reflect on the origins of Fash the Nation and why it is we do what we do. It's all ahead on Fash the Nation!
With now more than 10 days since the Florida shooting, a story that the J-Left had initially succeeded at making almost entirely about gun control has now come completely undone at the hands of a nefariously corrupt system. And yet this is about far more than just run-of-the-mill police corruption. The real story here is that this yet another horrifying consequence of burgeoning multiculturalism, a pretend world of equality where the rules are enforced twice as hard for some and not at all for others, driven by the most perverse political incentives. Incentives that were crafted to somehow illustrate in the most clownish way possible that a sick, depraved, and dying society stands at the precipice of achieving the grandest of utopian ideals, on fucking paper. Halberstram returns this week to break all of this down, as well as a look ahead at what's next for DACA, immigration white pills, CPAC, Russian bots, Jared Kushner, and the upcoming midterms. It's all ahead on Fash the Nation!
With Halberstram on vacation, McFeels has teamed up with Ricky Vaughn to lay out some white pills on the disposition of DACA, the anticipated SCOTUS ruling, voter rolls, and midterm elections. We also do a little 1.5 theater on Trump's televised meeting on trade this week. It's all ahead on Fash the Nation!
In hour 1 McFeels and Halberstram dissect the good, the bad, and the ugly of the Senate funding deal that was used to avert a shutdown this week, where we're headed with immigration in the coming weeks, and some hot takes on redistricting in Pennsylvania. Then in hour 2 they discuss the release of the Grassley memo, a document that not only corroborates the Nunes memo from last Friday, but one that lays out the blatant criminality of dossier author Christopher Steele. As a result, the media have fallen silent, latching onto every manner of distraction in an attempt to memory hole what can only be described as total narrative collapse on Trump-Russia collusion. It's all ahead on Fash the Nation!
In what was a clear violation of Trump and other members of his campaign’s fundamental constitutional rights in an attempt to weaponize the intelligence community to alter the outcome of a presidential election, the first in a series of revelations (really confirmations) of treason and corruption were revealed in the infamous FISA memo released on Friday. This memo is just the trailer. What follows, culminating with the IG report, is tantamount to a feature length film - an exhaustive DOJ investigation stretching back to the beginning of the Obama administration. We're gonna hit levels of treasonous kvetching that shouldn't even be possible. In the latest edition of FTN, McFeels and Halberstram discuss the memo and where things are headed next, SOTU, DACA, and their vision for immigration in the future. It's all ahead on Fash the Nation!
Jazzhands McFeels, Mike Enoch, Ricky Vaughn, and Paul Kersey will be doing a special Fash the Nation livestream after the State of the Union at approximately 10:30PM EST (or whenever the speech is finished).
It's been a rather light news week this week, so get ready for 4 hours of FTN in which we discuss Trump's trip to Davos and the new meat tax proposed by environmentalists. It's all ahead on Fash the Nation!
Ricky Vaughn joins Jazzhands McFeels for a special Monday night edition of Fash the Nation to discuss the fallout for Dems after Schumer caved to Trump/GOP demands, completely demoralizing their aleady languishing base in the process. Come for the white pills and stay as we raise a glass filled with those sweet, succulent shitlib tears of defeat. We also talk Flake and Graham's Gang of Soy bill being DOA, muh blue wave, and what lies ahead. It's all ahead on Monday night Fash the Nation!
Once again, Fash the Nation has been vindicated on everything we've been saying for months on the two of the major political strategies being employed by the Trump administration related to DACA which is to 1) force a polarizing debate over immigration in an election year and, 2) if necessary, let Democrats shutdown the government over illegal immigration.
Not even 2 weeks into 2018 and the Overton Window has exploded with Donald Trump's latest comments on the morally superior inhabitants of totally-not-a-shithole countries, shifting the DACA debate from ThesePoorChildrenWhoCameHereThroughNoFaultOfTheirOwn™ to the obvious differences between Norwegian and Nigerian immigrants, why the latter should be barred from coming here and the merits of having more of the former. The J-Left would have you believe that American history began in 1965 and to pay no attention to what came before. McFeels and Halberstram debut a new, tigher episode format, digging deep on the immigration narrative from the origins of the Hart-Celler Act to the present state of the DACA negotiations. It's all ahead on Fash the Nation!