Join Greg and National Review’s Andy McCarthy as they react to the release of a critical new text message from the Durham probe that catches Michael Sussman in an important lie. They also scrutinize the White House’s China policy as a letter of recommendation by the president for the son of Hunter Biden’s Chinese business partner comes to light. And Andy explains how the Senate Republicans could have been far more effective in showing just how weak Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson really is on crime.

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  1. kedavis Coolidge
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    It’s difficult to take McCarthy seriously when he’s continually “shocked” by the bad behavior of people and institutions he used to work with, around, and for.

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  2. Taras Coolidge
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    It’s difficult to take McCarthy seriously when he’s continually “shocked” by the bad behavior of people and institutions he used to work with, around, and for.

    He’s a slow learner …

     

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