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Economic Aid Rolls Out While China’s Guilt Looks Clear


Townhall Review – April 18, 2020

Hugh Hewitt and Missouri Senator Josh Hawley talk about the dramatic rise in unemployment caused by the reaction to the Coronavirus.

Chris Stigall turns to former U.S. Attorney Andrew McCarthy about how some jurisdictions are enforcing the “stay at home” orders.

Sebastian Gorka talks with Josh Phillip, investigative reporter for the Epoch Times, about his recent film project that examines China’s culpability in letting the Coronavirus spread around the world.

Hugh Hewitt and Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton talk about a two-year-old Washington Post article about safety concerns in Wuhan’s research labs.

Dennis Prager talks with ER Doctor Simone Gold about her experiences in using Hydroxychloroquine to treat Coronavirus patients.

Hugh Hewitt and Navy Seal veteran and freshmen Congressman Dan Crenshaw talk about his new book, “Fortitude: American Resilience in the Era of American Outrage.”

Dennis Prager talks with Eric Metaxas about his new book, “Seven More Men.”

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Bowyer: A Smart Response to China


The evidence that China covered up the early days of the novel coronavirus that has now left the world in great danger is overwhelming.

China has suffered a well-deserved loss of “soft power” and goodwill here in the US.

Most of us are now awake to the evils of this regime. But—as we respond—we need to be smart about it.

We don’t need to be concerned about cheap toys and consumer electronics.

We need to get hyper-focused on genuinely strategic industries—especially high tech and biotech/pharma. The way to stop the rise of China is to put maximum legal pressure on U.S. tech executives who look the other way while China steals the military technologies of the future: AI, quantum computing, 5g networks and advanced biotechnology.

We need to protect the intellectual property that drives the rise and fall of great powers, the cutting edge of technology.

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What to Do with Post Pandemic China


Hugh Hewitt and Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton talk about the ill-timed distraction of the impeachment hearings as the Coronavirus silently began its decent upon American and the rest of the world.

Mike Gallagher talks about how Hydroxychloroquine was described as a miracle cure for over a dozen of his friends who had been stricken with the Coronavirus.

Dennis Prager examines why many in the media are surprisingly negative toward Hydroxychloroquine because it has been touted by President Trump.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn about China’s responsibility for the Coronavirus outbreak due to their initial handling of the crisis in Wuhan, China.

Sebastian Gorka and senior legal advisor for Trump 2020, Jenna Ellis talk about the media’s continued disdain of President Trump even during the current health crisis.

Dennis Prager talks with freshman Congressman Dan Crenshaw about the steps needed to get our country back to work and back to some sense of normalcy.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Focus on the Family president Jim Daly about helping families cope with effects of isolation during the Coronavirus crisis.

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Nation Mobilizes to Fight Coronavirus

Townhall Review – April 4, 2020

Hugh Hewitt talks with retired Admiral James Stavridis about the effects the Coronavirus has on military readiness.

Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson talk with David Harsanyi of National Review about how the private sector is stepping up to help with the Coronavirus crisis.

Chris Stigall and China expert Gordon Chang talk about the mysteries and conspiracy theories related to the origin of the Coronavirus in China.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton about the timing of the U.S. response to the Coronavirus outbreak.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell about the efforts to get the aid package through Congress.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Ohio Attorney General David Yost about that state’s efforts to get approval from the FDA for a process to sanitize masks for reuse.

Steve Cortes and Brit Hume talk about media bias as it relates to the Coronavirus outbreak.

Sebastian Gorka talks with Mike Lindell about his company’s retooling to make medical masks instead of pillows.

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Hugh Hewitt: The Next Phase in Response to the Coronavirus Challenge

Commendations to Congress—and especially Senate Majority Leader McConnell—on the massive rescue package.

America gets the message: Help is on its way.

But it’s time to do more, Congress. We need a phase four.

Phase one was the $8.3 billion measure on vaccine research.

Phase two was the bill that came from House Democrats—deeply disliked by Republicans but the Senate GOP passed it anyway.

Phase three blew the doors off the normally staid Senate, but will bring tangible help to American workers and businesses, now that it will pass.

But the country still needs a phase four. We need to respond to the purveyor of the plague: The Chinese Communist Party.

China is nearly equal to the United States in economic strength, and superior in stealth and ruthlessness.

The immediate fight is the virus. The larger, long-term battle is with a regime that allowed the virus to leave its shores.

This does not mean war. It means vigilance and deterrence.

It means phase four.

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Jerry Bowyer: China and the Coronavirus

Amidst the chaos surrounding the coronavirus, it’s worth asking how it got to the point of our now global pandemic. We should not overlook or quickly move past China’s authoritarian, messianic government.

Remember—as the Wall Street Journal reported—one of the very first doctors to discover the outbreak was accused of “spreading rumors.” Another was forced to write a letter apologizing for the “negative impact” his warning had.

The Chinese government is exceptionally harsh on anyone that questions the benevolence and competence of the Communist Party.

That’s how the Chinese cult of personality works. That’s why they persecute the Church.

What kind of country would punish doctors for trying to prevent a plague? The kind that has replaced God with the state.

I’m not pre-occupied with calling it the Chinese coronavirus or the Wuhan virus. But there is no doubt that the Chinese government does bear unique culpability.

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