Unintentionally Profound: Hugh Hewitt’s ‘The Fourth Way’
David Eil

“His starry-eyed trust in Republican politicians reaches caricature when he writes off the possibility of Trump miring himself in scandal.”

Hewitt has a way of sounding like a more educated and serious version of Rush Limbaugh. He and Michael Medved come across, at first, at rational, intelligent individuals who have carefully thought through their positions before extolling them on-air.

But that’s not the case. They are just as blind to what they don’t want to see and starry-eyed to what they do as Trump, Hannity, or Alex Jones.

I used to listen to him. But when fact-checked he comes up short on his version of reality matching the universe’s version of reality. I had to quit listening. It’s just that much more propaganda.

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