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Glenn Beck: COVID-19 Has Begun to Go Into My Lungs

Beck finds himself in another battle with Covid-19, with the first bout with the virus coming in December of 2020.

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Radio host Glenn Beck finds himself in another battle with Covid-19, with the first bout with the virus coming in December of 2020. However, this go-around with the virus might be a bit more severe as Beck shared during his appearance on Mark Levin’s daily radio program

Beck stated that the virus had progressed into his lungs during his appearance on Levin’s show but remained in good spirits. 

“I am great, Mark. I am great, Mark,” Beck said. “Despite having COVID and seeing the destruction of our country.” 

“Do you have COVID right now?” Levin asked.

“Ya, I do. It’s [COVID-19] starting to go into my lungs today and a little disturbing. I’m on all the medications and treatments and everything else, so It’s all good,” Beck said.

Levin asked what type of medication Beck is taking to combat the virus, adding if he had started taking a monoclonal antibody cocktail, which has shown to be somewhat effective on persistent COVID-19 cases.

“No, the monoclonal doesn’t seem to be working for the new strain,” Beck responded. “I have had it for about a week. I’m not going downhill. I mean, I think I’m feeling better. It’s just getting into my lungs… you will want to avoid that.”

Despite sharing his health status, Beck again reiterated that he feels fine but is tired of dealing with COVID. 

“Mark, I am not concerned about it. I’m really not,” Beck said. “I just am so done with this whole COVID thing. I know it is real. I am a fatty-fat-fatso, so that is probably not the best thing, and I got some other issues.”

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Former KABC Talk Host Michael Jackson Dies at 87

Jackson’s radio career spanned five decades; 32 of those years were spent at KABC (1966-1998).

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One of the pioneers in the Los Angeles talk radio scene has passed away. Michael Jackson, a longtime fixture at KABC Los Angeles (790), died at 87-years-old on Saturday in his LA home, a spokesperson said

“The world knew and adored our Michael Jackson. But Michael’s home was California, Los Angeles, America. For that, we are grateful,” former California Senator Barbara Boxer in a statement.

Jackson’s radio career spanned five decades; 32 of those years were spent at KABC (1966-1998) and syndicated on the ABC Radio Network for nearly a decade. During his time at KABC radio, Jackson had interviewed hundreds of public figures from politicians, actors, musicians, etc. 

“It was a testament to Michael, that so many of the guests and celebrities preferred to actually come in studio, rather than do phoners,” said Lyle Gregory, Jackson’s Show Producer of 30 years. 

“With his British accent and boyhood charm, Michael made people comfortable, they opened up. That was his gift. Michael molded an interview into conversation, news and information. Like two people sitting at a kitchen table talking. A table, an open window, where millions tuned in daily across the nation, so many of them referring to Michael as their personal University.”

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Jason Rantz, Chris Stigall Talk Crime Increase in Their Cities

Rantz and Stigall joined Fox News’ Dan Bongino over the weekend on his show “Unfiltered.” 

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A pair of conservative radio hosts are speaking out about significant increases in crime in their respective cities. 

Jason Rantz of AM 770 KTTH in Seattle and Chris Stigall with 990 The Answer in Philadelphia and KCMO in Kansas City, joined Fox News’ Dan Bongino over the weekend on his show “Unfiltered.” 

Stigall told Bongino that the crime problem in Philadelphia stems from District Attorney Larry Krasner’s propensity to reduce jail time for people convicted of serious crimes. 

“The criminals in Philadelphia who I suppose largely are the Democrats too, they know Larry Krasner as “let ‘em loose Larry,” said Stigall. “The crime infestation has been huge; you’ve had businesses burned and looted.” 

Rantz said people who commit serious crimes need to be punished accordingly. 

“Laws no longer apply anywhere,” Rantz said jokingly. “It’s not like conservatives are saying every single crime that’s committed by every single person deserves life in prison, nobody is taking that position.” 

Several cities in the U.S. including Philadelphia established new records for murders in 2021.

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Dan Bongino: YouTube Is a Free-Speech Hating Platform

Bongino appeared on Fox & Friends Saturday to discuss the suspension, which the platform said was temporary. 

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YouTube suspended and demonetized conservative talk show host Dan Bongino’s account after he questioned the efficacy of masks Friday. 

Bongino appeared on Fox & Friends Saturday to discuss the suspension, which the platform said was temporary. 

“The suspension is over in seven days,” Bongino said. “In seven days, I am going back to YouTube and I am going to repost the exact same content questioning the efficacy of masks.” 

Bongino tweeted his response to YouTube which includes an email to someone named “Coco.” 

“We knew it was a matter of time before the tyrannical, free-speech hating, bulls**t, big tech s**t hole you work for, would try to silence us,” Bongino wrote. 

Many conservative pundits think that Big Tech is unfairly targeting them. Last year, YouTube removed and demonetized conservative commentator Steven Crowder’s account for making claims that the 2020 election was stolen. Crowder eventually filed suit against the platform. 

Bongino, an investor in social media platform Rumble, said he plans to post his content there while he awaits the end of his YouTube suspension. He told YouTube he plans to post the same content that earned him a suspension when he is reinstated. 

Last week, during his nationally syndicated radio show, Bongino berated Cumulus Media CEO Mary Berner for firing employees for not adhering to the company’s vaccine mandates. Bongino’s show is distributed by Westwood One which is owned by Cumulus Media.

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