January 6th, Ray Epps, Political Prisoners and More with Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor-Greene

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In this expansive and in-depth conversation with a woman who has arguably become America’s most talked-about Congresswoman, Marjorie Taylor-Greene, she and Charlie walk through a number of important issues and it doesn’t take long to realize why the activist left and establishment right are terrified to platform such an impassioned fighter for America. After unpacking the deeply broken state of our Congress, and explaining the partisan saga which saw her removed from her committees, she and Charlie get into the nitty-gritty of what happened on January 6th. Who is Ray Epps? Who planted the pipe bombs? Where was the National Guard? MTG dives in to all of that before unpacking what she saw on a tour of the DC Prison where political prisoners from that day are being held.

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