O'Reilly to Giordano: 'Debate Moderators Are Afraid Of Corporate Masters'

Dom Giordano Program | September 30, 2020

The Dom Giordano Program
September 30, 2020 - 12:44 pm
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Bill O'Reilly On Wallace: 'He's Afraid Of His Corporate Masters'

Bill O’Reilly, famed commentator and author of Killing Crazy Horse: The Merciless Indian Wars in America, joins the Dom Giordano Program to offer his thoughts on last night’s debate between President Donald Trump and contender, Vice President Joe Biden. First, O’Reilly takes umbrage with the format of the debate, discussing moderator Chris Wallace as a fact-checker, honing in on Wallace’s weak follow-up to answers Biden gave regarding the Burisma controversy surrounding Hunter Biden. Also, O'Reilly explains why Wallace seemed petrified to challenge either candidate on the stage last night.

Mike Roman Explains Trump's 'Bad Things in Philadelphia' Comment

Mike Roman of DefendYourBallot.com joins the Dom Giordano Program after being thrown to the forefront of political discussion after President Trump mentioned an expose video he produced showing poll workers in a Philadelphia satellite voting location. Roman posted a video of a poll worker telling a Trump poll observer to leave, giving no reason why. Roman explains the reason behind posting the video, and stresses the importance of ensuring a secure election.

Steve Cortes On The Debate and Racial Politics

Steve Cortes, Senior Advisor to the Trump 2020 Campaign, joins the Dom Giordano Program to reflect upon last night’s debate. First, Cortes discusses a survey from Telemundo which shows that Hispanic voters are starting to favor Trump over Biden in the wake of the debate. Cortes, who thinks the debate was an overwhelming success, notes that one missed opportunity by the President came when discussing race and Charlottesville. Also, Cortes discusses the radical elements of the left, and their very extreme views on race.

Lou Barletta On Pennsylvania's Importance In 2020

Former Pennsylvania Congressman Lou Barletta joins the Dom Giordano Program to give his recap of the debate that saw President Trump square off against Joe Biden with Chris Wallace as moderator. Barletta notes that he was a bit disappointed in the debate because he had hoped to hear more hard policy rather than the theatrics that we saw throughout. Also, Barletta and Giordano discuss the national mask mandate as proposed by Biden, and whether or not that’d be more political theatrics, a question which arises after Democratic PA politician Wendy Ullman was caught on a hot mic saying she’d wear her mask at a press conference for “political theatrics.” Finally, Barletta discusses both candidates’ take on immigration and how both candidates’ policies would affect the nation.