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LIVE: The Erick Erickson Show – The Media is Coming For Fox News Again

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Posted by Erick Erickson on Thursday, March 26, 2020

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

Hour 1

  1. Georgia audit by county
  2. The briefings are now ignored
    1. The chloroquine phosphate thing freaked some of them out
    2. But the polling has a lot to do with it
    3. Campaign rallies
    4. But the public loves it
    5. Ratings
  3. JOANN giving out free supplies
  4. Lt. Governor Goeff Duncan
  5. What’s in the stimulus bill
  6. Joe Biden tries to get his message out
  7. Justice Department wants sports based on biology

Hour 2

  1. Georgia audit by county
  2. The Media is coming for Fox News again
    1. Protecting Zucker
    2. 1619 Project
    3. Transition at Fox News
    4. Measure of influence
  3. MSNBC on Iceland v United States
  4. Democrats want to embarrass Kemp
    1. Demanding a full state shutdown
    2. Not letting the crisis go to waste
  5. GOP calls the Dem bluff on more precincts
  6. Economist runs Chinese propaganda

Hour 3 

  1. Georgia audit by county
  2. The macho ‘get back to work’ nonsense
    1. What the data says
    2. It is not either-or
    3. There are ways, but need patience
  3. Rural America and the virus
  4. Priest filters
  5. CBP Interview
  6. Streaming services slow down


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