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Biden is playing dumb about how he made millions of dollars: Dana Loesch

Dana Loesch says Biden must provide transparency to a reported $5.2 million in unexplained income Tuesday on "Jesse Watters Primetime." DANA LOESCH: This is cash that they need to be completely transparent about. Even though there was that window where he [Biden] wasn’t in D.C., there was the leveraging of the vice presidential office. If you remember, there were a number of times that Hunter Biden’s business associates were on the White House visitors logs visiting Obama-Biden and meeting with Biden and meeting with the vice president’s office. He was leveraging those relationships. He's pretending to be a nice, forgetful papa. Everyone remembers how mean he [Biden] was during the Reagan years. Everyone remembers how mean he was when he was questioning Clarence Thomas. They know how he made this money. He's playing dumb about it, and they are trying to leverage Hunter Biden’s inappropriate activity. You wanted this office. You get the transparency that comes with it.
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Dana Loesch: 'This party can't get it together'

Dana Loesch criticized the Democratic Party's policies from pronouns to the border Monday on "Jesse Watters Primetime." DANA LOESCH: Democrats crafted some kind of policy. I'm not exactly sure what Democrats' policy is other than pronouns, I think, and something about horse reigns at the border. I'm not quite sure. Nobody is, not even Biden. Oh, and now ghost guns. They crafted this policy and media went out and sold it. They are still, Jesse, they are still pushing the whole Putin's price hike. So, they are carrying that for Democrats. That's the last bucket, I guess, that they're willing to actually carry, but the bottom line is that nobody wants to be on a losing team, and Biden is performing so heinously, and not just Biden, but all Democrats. I mean, I will never forget watching what happened in New Jersey last election and thinking there is a ton of Republicans in New Jersey or disaffected Democrats who are voting Republican. That's something that Democrats couldn't anticipate — what happened in Virginia. So now Democrats are looking at this happening on a national scale at midterms. They're looking at the House. They're looking at the Senate. All of their chances are about to go up in smoke and a shellacking that's going to make 2010 look like child's play. This party can't get it together. There's no party leadership.
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Schmitt nabs Dana Loesch endorsement

Conservative author and radio host Dana Loesch backed Attorney General Eric Schmitt’s U.S. Senate campaign Thursday, touting his record on conservative issues. Loesch, who grew up near the St. Louis region, said her home state would benefit from sending Schmitt and his platform to Capitol Hill. “Eric Schmitt is a...
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Dana Loesch Wore a Mask on Airplanes Before the Covid Pandemic

Like Donald Trump, conservative radio host Dana Loesch is a germaphobe, according to an extensive new Washington Post profile. The two bonded over their disdain for microbes before he became president when they both spoke at CPAC. Back then, the Washington Post’s Manuel Roig-Franzia reports, Loesch went as far as...
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Welcoming Dana Loesch to KNSS Radio

Steve and Ted visit with KNSS' newest host, Dana Loesch. Dana's show airs on KNSS from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. every weekday. Dana is a bestselling author and has provided election analysis for ABC, CNN, and Fox.
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Dana Loesch expands her radio audience

Former National Rifle Association spokeswoman Dana Loesch will replace Rush Limbaugh in many of the markets that ran his conservative talk show until his death earlier this year. Audacy, formerly called Entercom, has struck a deal to air "The Dana Show" in 11 markets. In addition, Audacy (NYSE: AUD) will...
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Audacy to air Dana Loesch instead of "The Rush Limbaugh Show"

Audacy, the radio giant formerly called Entercom, has struck a multi-station, two-year deal to broadcast Dana Loesch’s nationally-syndicated ‘The Dana Show’ in 11 markets, executives tell Axios. Why it matters: It's the first example of a major radio network opting not to air the show pioneered by the late Rush...
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Audacy and Radio America Reach Multi-Platform Deal to Expand Dana Loesch's Award-Winning Radio Show

ARLINGTON, VA / ACCESSWIRE / June 1, 2021 / Today, Radio America and Audacy announced a multi-station deal that will broadcast Dana Loesch's nationally syndicated 'The Dana Show' in eleven (11) Audacy markets; most will replace the late Rush Limbaugh in the 12 p.m.-3 p.m. ET time slot. This move will expand her show to more than 230 stations nationwide. Audacy will also become the exclusive audio streaming provider for The Dana Show. In addition, Audacy and Loesch will collaborate on the co-development and production of her first-ever original on-demand podcast. The Dana Show will replace Rush Limbaugh's program in Kansas City, Las Vegas, Richmond, Wichita, Gainesville, and Greenville-Spartanburg, with additional station clearances in Philadelphia, Austin, Buffalo, St. Louis and Hartford, in a move that further solidifies her role at the top of talk radio.
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Former STLer Dana Loesch frontrunner to replace Rush at some US stations

Although KMOX (1120 AM) returned to local talent to fill the hole created when Rush Limbaugh died, other stations owned by parent company Audacy seem to be leaning toward former STLer Dana Loesch. Radio industry publication OutKick said Audacy (nee Entercom Communications) is deep into talks about airing Loesch's syndicated...
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