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The State Dept has had a recent presser, and according to them, over 6,000 people will soon be on airplanes leaving Afghanistan. Reporters have not been holding back and showing their frustration with the current administration. First off, Schnitt states that we complain a lot about the mainstream media, but right now, they are on fire. They are actively doing their jobs and holding the Biden Administrations’ handling of Afghanistan to the fire. Actively calling out Joe Biden, and to make matters worst, even CNN has called Joe Biden a liar.

Schnitt has been watching Fox News, knowing what it will consist of, but when he flips over to CNN, MSNBC, or others like them, it’s a new world. First, however, Schnitt says that MSNBC is still trying to ask tough questions, still trying to protect the current administration. Thankfully though, no one is pulling their punches. Secondly, Schnitt talks about how CNN is actually really fair to the President. They have managed to ask the questions and display the cruelty needed to handle the pull-out.  What really has Schnitt going wild is how the mainstream media is coming off the Joe Biden bandwagon, at least on the Afghanistan issue. Finally, Schnitt applauds the media for holding them accountable.

The Schnitt Show can be heard from 3 to 6 pm on Tampa Bay’s Business Address, Money Talk 1010. Popular Schnitt Show features include the “Schnitt List” highlighting news stories and current events, a mix of conservative talk, independent thought, entertainment, and high energy. Hosted by Todd Schnitt, his excellence in broadcasting often finds him breaking away from breaking news coverage and relevant news stories. Get more of the Schnitt Show at Call the Schnitt Show: (800) 801-8999 or e-mail


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