President Donald J. Trump will join John on the John Fredericks Media Network Thursday, September 23 at 9:05 AM EST
Atlanta, GA — President Trump will address the key issues facing Americans today, including inflation, taxes, national debt, the border crisis, election integrity, and foreign affairs.
President Trump is preparing for a major rally in Perry, GA on Saturday, September 25th. Other featured speakers include U.S. Senate candidate Herschel Walker, U.S. Congressman Jody Hice, a candidate for GA Secretary of State, and State Senator Burt Jones, a candidate for GA Lt. Gov. President Trump has endorsed all three candidates in advance of their May 2022 GOP nominating contests. GET TICKETS.
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On Tuesday the Virginia Beach School Board voted 7-4 to mandate masks in public schools, while in Chesterfield County, the school board voted unanimously to approve the mask mandate. But in nearby Hanover County, the board voted 4-3 against requiring students or staff to wear masks during the upcoming school year. Roughly 30 speakers weighed in on the mask debate in Chesterfield, while almost 70 people spoke at the Virginia Beach meeting which went past 1 a.m. on Wednesday, according to The Virginian-Pilot.
“The bigger issue here is mandatory masking of your child going to school,” said conservative Virginia talk show host John Fredericks.
Youngkin told Fredericks on his show last week that he would ban mask mandates, following in the footsteps of potential 2024 presidential candidate and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R ).
“Yeah, I believe there should not be mask mandates in Virginia,” Youngkin said when asked whether he would ban mask mandates in Virginia like DeSantis did in Florida.
Fredericks told The Hill he believes the issue of mask mandates could boost Youngkin against McAuliffe in November, citing the highly sought-after suburban women voters who turned against former President Trump in 2016 and 2020.
“This is a winning issue for him,” Fredericks said. “The suburbs are where the mama bears are. This is all about the mama bears, and I don’t care whether you voted for McAuliffe, voted for Biden, or you don’t like Trump’s tweets, when you’ve got to wrap your kid in a mask in the third grade, that doesn’t feel good to you.”
Virginia Democratic state Sen. Chap Petersen, the state’s 34th district in Fairfax, warned that Northam’s new mandate is “the wrong narrative” for Democrats.
“From a political perspective, it’s counterproductive to Democrats because it negates all of the progress that we’ve made, which is a lot in getting people vaccinated,” Petersen told The Hill, adding that it is not within the governor’s authority to issue a mandate on the school systems.
John Fredericks, a Virginia-based talk-radio host who chaired Trump’s presidential campaigns in the state, said he believes Youngkin has done a good job so far of walking the difficult tightrope of running as a Republican in a fairly anti-Trump state.
“What he needs to do is hold the very motivated Trump base in Virginia together and inspire that enthusiasm while also attempting to distance himself from some of the Trump personality idiosyncrasies that turned off some of the Virginia big-market suburbanite women,” said Fredericks. “That’s a tall order.”
Fredericks noted that Trump has a particular fondness for Virginia — the former president owns both a golf club and a winery in the state — that explains his outspokenness on the race.
“McAuliffe is going to run against Trump anyway,” Fredericks said, “so there’s really no downside to the president saying nice things that are authentic about Glenn.”
‘Outside the Beltway’ to offer viewers a window to real Americans and the issues they truly care about
CENTENNIAL, CO, UNITED STATES, March 17, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Real America’s Voice, a linear, digital news network owned by Performance One Media, is pleased to announce the premiere of ‘Outside the Beltway’ with John Fredericks.
“We are absolutely thrilled to welcome John Fredericks to the Real America’s Voice family,” said Real America’s Voice CEO Howard Diamond. “John has been delighting listeners with his wit, insight, and take-no-prisoners approach for years, and we are so excited to bring that talent to our network,” he continued. “Our viewers are in for a real treat.”
‘Outside the Beltway,’ which premieres Wednesday, March 17 at 4 PM EST, is dedicated to bringing viewers the thoughts and opinions of real Americans and highlighting the issues that matter most to everyday voters. The program will break through Establishment soundbites and talking points, highlighting the deceit and dishonesty of the professional political class in Washington.
“For far too long, working Americans have been utterly ignored and disenfranchised by establishment politicians on both sides of the aisle,” said Fredericks in a statement. “Our new show seeks to democratize political debate,” he continued. “Not only will we expose beltway apparatchiks to what real Americans think, we will highlight for real Americans just how out of touch the D.C. elitist swamp-dwelling class truly is,” he concluded.
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Since Joe Biden was declared the winner of the 2020 presidential election early last month, the nationwide right-wing media apparatus has entered a voter fraud fever dream in which dead people voted by the millions, wheeled containers of camera equipment were actually suitcases full of ballots, and voting machines across the country were rigged by the Democrats and China.
Nowhere has this conservative media fantasy been on display more than in Georgia. As the state prepares for two crucial Senate runoff elections in early January, right-wing media outlets are not only relitigating the outcome of the state’s presidential race but they are also offering it as evidence the upcoming contest will be “rigged” and churning out an excess of content alleging widespread voter fraud.
Serial misinformers like Fox News and Breitbart have been primary organs for the amplification of such deranged nonsense ahead of Georgia’s runoff elections. But there’s also an emerging suite of hyperpartisan local news sites that have seized on fading trust in the news media and the insolvency of local journalism to shepherd audiences toward online posts that tell them a global plot to destroy America is underway in the state.
One such site, Georgia Star News, has been at the forefront of pushing dangerous voting conspiracy theories, attacking state officials deemed insufficiently loyal to President Donald Trump, relitigating the outcome of the election, and flooding the state with specious stories about the two Democratic senate runoff candidates, Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock — not to mention voting rights activist, former Georgia gubernatorial candidate, and right-wing boogeywoman Stacey Abrams.
As right-wing media and hyperpartisan local news sites like Georgia Star News have turned focus to the runoff, here are a few of the laughable narratives of voter fraud and conservative propaganda the site has directed at Georgia voters the past few months.
The Yang gang is coming to town
In early November, right-wing outlets seized on a tweet from former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang encouraging campaign volunteers to “head to Georgia” ahead of the runoffs. Although Yang said nothing of his intent to register to vote in the state, Georgia Star News spun a voter fraud conspiracy theory out of the tweet. On November 10, the site ran an article accusing Yang and other Democrats of engineering a plot to “stuff ballot boxes in runoff elections” by “advocating for ‘blue voters’ to become Georgia residents.” (This is, of course, not true.)
Meanwhile, John Fredericks, the publisher of Georgia Star News and host of The John Fredericks Show, echoed the claim on his radio program and on former Trump adviser Steve Bannon’s War Room podcast. (Fredericks launched a Virginia-based Star News publication this summer but recently temporarily moved his operation to Georgia ahead of the runoffs.) On November 11, Fredericks told Bannon that the Georgia Republican Party chairperson had referred Yang and his social media posts to the Department of Justice for investigation of potential voting crimes.
Ironically, a Republican lawyer from Florida is currently under investigation for registering to vote illegally ahead of the Georgia runoffs after he was caught in a Facebook Live video telling a GOP group: “We absolutely have to hold the Senate and we have to start fighting back, and we have to do whatever it takes. … And if that means changing your address for the next two months, so be it. I’m doing that. I’m moving to Georgia and I’m gonna fight and I want you all to fight with me.” Additionally, according to the Law & Crime website, the attorney “reportedly repeated his brother’s name and address [in Georgia] out loud for the party faithful to copy it down in the hope that they will actually follow his advice and illegally register to vote in the upcoming elections.” This case was ignored by Fredericks and the Georgia Star News in their coverage of Yang’s comments.
Georgia Star News has also launched more predictable attacks against leading Democratic figures in the state. A recent article criticized Stacey Abrams, who has drawn ire from the right for her voter registration efforts, for auctioning off a signed copy of a romance novel she wrote under a pseudonym. The publication has also repeatedly characterized Democratic candidate Raphael Warnock as an anti-Semiticsocialist and even suggested he was involved in a child abuse cover-up — a claim which has been thoroughly debunked. Another Georgia Star News narrative even links the two Georgia Democratic figures together through past work for a voter registration group to suggest they are part of a new investigation into mail-in voting fraud.
District 14 State Sen. Bruce Thompson said he’s personally witnessed what he believes to be election fraud, further stating he’s involved in two lawsuits contesting the 2020 presidential election results.
Two Bartow County legislators voiced their displeasure with Georgia’s new paper-backed electronic voting system during a nationally broadcast radio program on Wednesday morning.
“I know there’s fraud,” said District 14 State Sen. Bruce Thompson (R, White) on the John Fredericks Show last week. “I have seen, personally in my hand, not hearsay, ballots that were cast, right, a mail-in ballot, that an individual put down an address that has never lived there. I think that’s fraud — now, is it widespread? I don’t know the answer to that, but there is fraud.”
Conservative media figures are attacking Georgia officials and fueling manufactured grievances
One of Trump’s most ardent supporters in the state is actually a radio host based out of Virginia who only recently moved his show to Georgia, ahead of January’s runoffs. Host John Fredericks, in explaining his decision to move to the state, complained about the supposed lack of true Trump loyalists among the state’s talk radio hosts and singled out one fellow host in particular.
On November 19, Fredericks claimed, “There’s no radio shows. Erick Erickson in the afternoon — are you kidding me? Never Trumper extraordinaire. I’m sure he’s backing Raffensperger.”
Erickson is one of the most prominent talk radio hosts in the state, and he openly supported Trump’s reelection effort despite Fredericks’ claim that he is a Never Trumper.
Since moving his show to Georgia a few weeks ago and launching a partisan “news” site designed to appear like a local publication — ostensibly to support Loeffler and Perdue — Fredericks has repeatedly hosted MAGA firebrands like attorney Lin Wood who have attacked the state’s elected officials.
During a lengthy interview on November 20, Wood accused Kemp and Raffensperger of corruption and suggested that unless Republicans stood by Trump’s efforts to overturn the election, Trump voters would not turn out to support Loeffler and Perdue.
“I don’t believe the people that went out and voted and believe in Donald Trump are going to show up for the runoffs. You are not going to fool Georgia voters but one time. So these people that think they’re going to try to, on the Republican side, get a win in the runoff, they are not going to get it unless they undo the fraud in the general election regarding President Trump.” Fredericks agreed, telling Wood, “You’re right.”
Steve Bannon, a close Fredericks ally, echoed the sentiment on November 23 during an appearance on The John Fredericks Show.
Republicans and conservatives are using Abrams, or “radical leftist Stacey Abrams,” as conservative talk show host John Fredericks calls her, to put the fear of God, losing and radicalism in their donors. “Stacey Abrams raised $6 million on her own in a single day” for the Senate runoff candidates, one group said. (It wasn’t exactly a day, but still.) “Haven’t we had enough of the Jeremiah Wright and Barack Obama radicalism in our government?” another asked, referring to the fiery pastor who caused headaches for Obama in 2008 and whom Warnock had praised.
Trump Campaign Announces President Donald J. Trump to Host Make America Great Again Event in Newport News, Virginia
Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. announced that President Donald J. Trump will host a Make America Great Again event in Newport News, Virginia on Friday, September 25th, 2020 at 9:00 PM EDT.
Friday, September 25, 2020 at 9:00 PM EDT President Donald J. Trump Hosts a Make America Great Again Event in Newport News, Virginia Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport 1200 Bland Blvd. Newport News, VA 23602