Why Night One Of The RNC Was A Surprising Success

Why Night One Of The RNC Was A Surprising Success

On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Senior Editor Chris Bedford and Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky break down night one of the Republican National Convention explaining why they found certain speakers compelling and how production compared to last week’s Democratic National Convention.

“The reason I thought that the RNC was really compelling is because they were actually giving these unfiltered platforms for people who have stories that are not told by the corporate media,” Jashinsky said.

Bedford also pointed out that the split screen displayed on some channels between the riots in Wisconsin and the RNC provided a fascinating contrast to the DNC’s lack of acknowledgement of rioting.

“This might go down as a kind of thing, like Hillary Clinton skips campaigning in Michigan. I mean, what are you thinking to not even not even address the fact that our cities are on fire?” he asks.

 

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