Biden Family Corruption Exposed

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Townhall Review
June 30, 2023

Townhall Review – July 1, 2023

Hugh Hewitt talks to Nikki Haley about the mistreatment of Uyghur Muslims in China and the Chinese ambassador's justifications, highlighting the need for action.

Larry O'Connor and Peter Schweizer discuss the corruption within the Biden family, focusing on Hunter Biden's business ties in China and Ukraine.

Charlie Kirk talks with Sean Davis of the Federalist to reveal startling details about Hunter Biden's suspicious burner phone, deep-seated corruption in the Biden administration, and calling for impeachment in a scandal that eclipses Watergate.

Hugh Hewitt and Florida Congressman Mike Waltz discuss the Wagner Group's recent attempted coup in Russia, its impact on Russian security, the strain from the Ukraine conflict, and the major blow to Putin's grip on power.

Sebastian Gorka and media mogul Conrad Black dive deep into the Wagner Group's mutiny, unveiling a monumental shift in Putin's control over the Ukrainian invasion - a grave blow to his leadership.

Hugh Hewitt and Larry P. Arnn, President of Hillsdale College, discuss the Declaration of Independence's historical significance and contemporary relevance in the United States' deepening political polarization.

Then, as the 250th anniversary of our nation's founding rapidly approaches, we reach deep into the archives.

Dennis Prager and the late British historian Paul Johnson explore George Washington's instrumental role in American history, revealing his conservative stance during the Revolution and his strategic, patient leadership — a fitting and insightful tribute to this Founding Father for the Fourth of July.

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