Protests are breaking out across the country as a result of the Israel-Hamas war, with many supporting pro-Palestinian causes in major cities. The rhetoric has grown inflammatory both in these demonstrations and on Capitol Hill. Recently, Rep. Rashida Tlaib was censured by the House after promoting false narratives about the Hamas attack on October 7th. As the divide between Democrats widens on this issue, what could this mean moving forward? On the Rundown, Fox & Friends co-host and host of The Brian Kilmeade Show, Brian Kilmeade, joins to discuss why understanding the complex history behind the Israel-Hamas war is crucial before forming opinions and also discusses his new book hitting shelves, ‘Teddy and Booker T,’ which explores the allyship between Theodore Roosevelt and Booker T. Washington.
When Democrats went to the ballot boxes on Tuesday, abortion was most certainly an issue on their minds. In the now-red state of Ohio, 56 percent of voters approved Measure One to amend the state constitution to preserve Ohioans reproductive health rights, including birth control and abortion. In Virginia, Democrats won full state legislative control, and in Kentucky, incumbent Democratic Governor Andy Bashear held onto his seat. In all of these results, pundits say abortion was a driving factor. GOP pollster and President of Maslansky and Partners, Lee Carter, joins the podcast to explain how this issue drove people to the polls and its potential impact on 2024.
Plus, commentary by former Trump economic adviser and economist at the Heritage Foundation, Steve Moore.