Former Michigan gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to shed light on the Democratic Party’s increasingly premediated approach to getting their message out to voters with less than five months to go until the 2024 presidential election.

“If you flip that and you look at what they’re doing with their candidates, they’re trying to make it as easy as possible. Everything is scripted, everything is planned. And now they’re talking about having a virtual DNC convention and that they might have Joe Biden accept the nomination virtually. I mean, they are trying to make sure that no one goes off script. I think that Gretchen Whitmer over the weekend was a great example of what happens when things aren’t scripted. You just totally freeze if you’re a Democrat. I mean, when she gets asked she’s asked all about abortion. So you know, she’s like glowing. I mean I don’t know if it was actual glowing, but she definitely was shiny. So she’s glowing about this idea of abortion and how she can talk about contraception. And then Dana Bash goes to, now I want to talk about Hunter Biden. And immediately you watch your eyes that tells you that this was not losing audio because you could see she looks to one side to her assistant like, why am I getting this question? And then the guy goes, did you lose IFB? And she shoots him a glance that you only give to your child when they’re knocking something over in the grocery store.”

Jimmy and Tudor also share their thoughts on former President Trump’s narrowing search for a running mate. Listen to the podcast to hear what else they discussed!