In a departure from the usual narrative for 'The Most Trusted Name in News,' CNN's Brianna Keilar completely eviscerates Democratic leaders across the country who have hypocritically defied their own COVID-19 decrees.
While restaurant owner's business in Michigan is dying, LA mayor Eric Garcetti wants to 'cancel everything'
When a local news reporter from WWMT (Channel 3) in Kalamazoo, Michigan goes live in Portage, an unexpected visitor crashes the party by interrupting to plead for his business to remain open. Meanwhile, in Los Angeles, Democrat mayor Eric Garcetti makes the bodacious claim that it's time to 'cancel everything' in light of a recent spike in COVID-19 cases there.
Sometimes, the best (only?) brainstorming Michael and Ryan do is during the show itself. Live. On the air. On Wednesday, Michael wonders aloud whether there might be a way to support indoor dining at local restaurants restricted by COVID-19 lockdowns, by establishing a bootleg list of 'speak-easy' establishments for a specially selected group of listeners to frequent.
Michael is fired up over the Colorado General Assembly being (way more than) a day late and (far more than) a dollar short on potential stimulus aid for local businesses struggling due to COVID restrictions. Also, a listener calls Ryan the 'little crony' of Michael, and we take a trip down memory lane with the 'My Little Pony' commercials from the 1980s.
In an interview with Ryan Warner of Colorado Matters on Colorado Public Radio, Governor Jared Polis discusses how he contracted COVID-19 (he doesn't really know) and what the fallout of should be for Denver mayor Michael Hancock's decision to travel out-of-state for Thanksgiving
Once in a while, Michael will delve into the e-mail bag to respond to listener feedback on the program. This is one of those days.