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Bryan Crabtree, is a contributor to Townhall.com, and DailyCaller.com, as well as a rising and influential young voice in the conservative media. Highlights from the Bryan Crabtree Show, heard LIVE weekdays from 4-6 pm (Eastern) on Atlanta's biz 1190. Replay from 9-11 pm on AM 920 The Answer.
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Bryan Crabtree, is a contributor to Townhall.com, and DailyCaller.com, and publisher of talk40.com, as well as a rising and influential young voice in the conservative media. Highlights from the Bryan Crabtree Show, heard LIVE weeksdays from 4-6 pm (Eastern) on Atlanta's biz 1190. Replay from 9-11 pm on AM 920 The Answer.  Bryan explains the news so you can understand how it affects you. thebryancrabtreshow.com

Oct 9, 2016

Donald Trump joins Kathleen Willey, Juanita Broaderrick and Paula Jones all of which accused Bill Clinton of assault and/or rape.  Also in this video is Kathy Shelton who Hillary Clinton laughs as she describes how she defended her rape assailant and got his case settled with little to no penalty.

Oct 8, 2016

HERE THE LATEST, and my thoughts on this matter:

 

I”m very conflicted as are many conservatives on the day of the second presidential debate. Without a solid performance tonight, Donald Trump likely loses.

He needs wikileaks to save him by exposing the unproven truths about Hillary Clinton.

On Friday, Trump’s campaign was put on the defensive because of the release of a 2005 recording where he made incredibly lewd comments about women and how easy it was to make sexual advances because of his celebrity status. In context, these comments were in private but as a result of a lingering hot-mic from a television report.

While Trump did apologize and promise to never make such comments again, I have a simple question: Why would a businessman of his prominence and success ever say such things to anyone?  Such comments should be well above his stature. He should know they would eventually be public. This brings into question what I have touted as his biggest strength: judgment.

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