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Repost: The Hill The Trump campaign’s Virginia chairman, John Fredericks, asked a question during the White House press briefing on Wednesday. Fredericks, who hosts a syndicated conservative radio show called the John Fredericks Show, asked the last question of the briefing. “I want to change the topic a minute if I may and go South,” […]

By Curtis Ellis  The 2016 election gave us the “Silent Trump Supporter” — Trump voters who would not reveal their true sympathies to pollsters. This was a great mystery at the time, but seeing now how Trump supporters are routinely denigrated, harassed and vilified, their silence was understandable if not prescient. In 2018, the Silent Trump […]

John Fredericks IS The Answer …AND America’s Godzilla of the TRUTH! Start your day with John Fredericks on WSPZ AM 1260 Beginning July 2! #TruckingTheTruth in Washington, D.C. weekday mornings from 6-10am beginning July 2, 2018!

Repost from Associated Press (Alan Suderman) RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Not long ago, several prominent Republicans were jockeying for a U.S. Senate run against incumbent Tim Kaine. Former presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina floated a possible run, as did conservative broadcaster Laura Ingraham. Several U.S. House members and other elected officials were unofficial potential candidates. But […]

President Trump’s historic victory in 2016 was fueled by two issues that resonated with working Americans: curtailing illegal immigration and ending unfair trade. These policies hammered Americans jobs and wages. But Wall Street loves open borders and so-called “free” trade: both produce an endless supply of cheap labor and lower the cost of production, driving […]


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