Hour 1 –
Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including:
- Yesterday, The Washington Times posted an article about a retired military officer saying firm XRVision used facial recognition on protesters at the Capitol. The article claimed the company matched two Philadelphia Antifa members to two men inside the Senate.
- Within minutes of the article being posted, it was fact-checked. XRVision then claimed that the story was false.
- Where did The Washington Times get their information in the first place? Did they just make it up and publish it for millions of people to read, or is something else at play here?
- Simon & Schuster announced Thursday that it was dropping a book by Sen. Josh Hawley, ‘The Tyranny of Big Tech,’ which was supposed to come out in June.