EPISODE 14   |   JANUARY 25, 2019

LOOMERED

Why don't conservative leaders protect their own? To find the answer, we follow the rise of a one-of-a-kind journalist, Laura Loomer, and how her work reveals a growing fracture in the conservative movement.

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EPISODE 14   |   JANUARY 25, 2019

LOOMERED

Why don't conservative leaders protect their own? To find the answer, we follow the rise of a one-of-a-kind journalist, Laura Loomer, and how her work reveals a growing fracture in the conservative movement.

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Patrick Courrielche: The attack on the Catholic Covington teenagers has reopened an old wound. One
that has been lingering for years - conservative elites seem to love throwing Middle America under the bus. It’s a theme we’ve been watching for years.

Bill Kristol: Look, to be totally honest, if things are so bad, as you say, with the white working class, don’t you want to get new Americans in…

Rick Wilson: The wall has always been a con for Donald Trump’s credulous rube,
10-tooth base.

Steve Schmidt: And 40% of the country has surrendered their intellectual sovereignty to Donald Trump.

Joy Reid: I just want to ask you this in closing. Do you think that the Republican Party has a racism problem?

Michael Steele: Yes, they do.

Patrick Courrielche: It’s a theme we’ve been watching for years. Liberal elites defend their kind,
conservatives not so much. But why? Why don’t conservative elites protect their own?

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