Brian Bledsoe: Are Establishment Republicans Working For or Against Trump?

In this week’s TrendChat we talked with Anna Scott Marsh, a young woman whose strong conservative values and stunning beauty helped name her Miss North Carolina International.  Anna discusses her platform, “Stand up to sexual assault” and how she succeeded in the Miss North Carolina International pageant as a outspoken conservative. We also discussed her being featured in a PBS article when she attended the Inauguration earlier this year.

The next two episodes focused exclusively on the first 100 days of the Trump administration. I talked with Heritage Action Regional Coordinator Wade Miller to discuss how Heritage Action plays a vital role in keeping Congress accountable. I also talked with Rosie Johnson, a contributing writer at Silence Is Consent, to compare and contrast President Trump’s first 100 days with President Obama’s. The theme I noticed from everyone on the program, whether it was Dr. Kelli Ward, Wade Miller or Rosie Johnson, was the establishment Republicans were the main culprit in hindering the Trump agenda, as well as the activist liberal judges in the lower courts doing all they can to block President Trump executive orders.

This weekend I’ll be in Atlanta, GA covering the NRA Annual Meetings and I’ll soon share with PolitiChicks my father’s experience attending his first gun show.

Stay tuned and thanks for listening!

Ep. 23
Listen to “Ep. 23 – TrendChat – Sanctuary Cities, NRA, & Miss North Carolina International” on Spreaker.

Ep. 24
Listen to “Ep. 24 TrendChat – President Trump First 100 Days With Wade Miller” on Spreaker.

Ep. 25
Listen to “Ep. 25 TrendChat – Rosie Johnson On President Trump First 100 Days” on Spreaker.

Brian Bledsoe

After years of living in total indifference to world of politics, repenting and believing in Jesus Christ in 2007 radically changed Brian Bledsoe's outlook on life. In early 2008 Brian sought to find a candidate that aligned closest to his new found faith and came to shocking revelation that none of the candidates of the party he blindly voted for the past 8 years matched up with his Christian values. So in 2008 he voted Republican for the first time and hasn't looked back since. Now Brian is a advocate not for party politics but for biblical principles that some would either consider conservative or maybe libertarian because he learned quickly that parties tend to have a problem sticking with their principles. Brian is a U.S. Army Veteran and has been a professional driver since 2005. He travels to volunteer for various organizations and campaigns looking to help in any way he can.

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