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LIVE: The Erick Erickson Show – 365 Days From a Presidential Inauguration

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Posted by Erick Erickson on Tuesday, January 21, 2020

The Erick Erickson Show is live! Here’s the plan for today:

Hour 1

  1. A presidential inaugural in 365 days
    1. Dems using impeachment as a partisan tool
    2. President in Davos
    3. life goes on
  2. Aftermath of Virginia
    1. Bad media coverage
    2. Freak out over guns
    3. MSNBC
  3. Impeachment extravaganza
    1. McConnell impeachment rules

Hour 2

  1. More impeachment
    1. Resistance Fan Fiction
    2. The Roberts fantasies
  2. Thunberg at Davos with Trump
  3. Hair discrimination in the Georgia legislature
  4. Georgia’s 14th and 7th congressional district races
  5. College coach lost driving in snow

Hour 3 

  1. Street Sweeper speech
  2. Krystal files for bankruptcy


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