Zeoli: America Is Not Some Hateful Place As the Media Portrays it to be

The Rich Zeoli Show 6/24/20

The Rich Zeoli Show
June 24, 2020 - 10:16 am
Bubba Wallace

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Today on The Rich Zeoli Show, Rich discussed the odd media obsession to paint America in a broad brush of being a hateful place amid incidents like NASCAR’s Bubba Wallace, which later found to not be the alleged noose hanging from his garage, but a garage door pull that was seen as early as October 2019.

Listen to the full show below:

In today's hour of non-stop talk, Rich discussed the damage done by more affluent communities cutting their spending hurting workers at all levels during the COVID-19 pandemic. He also discussed Fox News' Jason Riley coming out and slamming the media for portraying incidents like George Floyd happening every single day and also setting up a virtual wine tasting event with the Zeoli Army.

Matt Brouillette, Founder, President & CEO of Commonwealth Partners Chamber of Entrepreneurs, joined discussing the Pennsylvania's Supreme Court ruling that the decision to end a state of emergency can be made by the legislation at any time and Governor Wolf's continued efforts to prevent that from happening.

Rich opened up the show today with the development in the NASCAR noose incident involving the sports only Black driver, Bubba Wallace. After the FBI's investigation, it concluded the device labeled a noose is actually a garage door pull robe and not a hate crime at all.