Ep. 687 Cowardly Media and Trump’s Court Battles, with Bari Weiss, Arthur Aidala, Mark Eiglarsh, More

Megyn is joined by Bari Weiss, founder and CEO of The Free Press, to discuss former liberals becoming instantly “conservative” after October 7, what’s behind so many Black Americans opposing Israel and Jews, James Bennet going public after being forced to resign as opinion editor of The New York Times in 2020, the cowardice of The New York Times and the publisher, how The New York Times went from great journalism and curiosity to reflecting the elites’ views, the lack of courage in the press today, Oprah Winfrey admitting her recent weight loss was from an Ozempic-type drug, the major problem of obesity in the U.S. and more. 

Then, attorneys Arthur Aidala and Mark Eiglarsh join for a Kelly’s Court to discuss whether Jack Smith or former President Donald Trump has the best shot when the case comes before the Supreme Court, Smith’s notable urgency in the Washington, D.C. trial of Trump, whether the young boy who was called racist by a sports writer has a case against Deadspin, the threshold for defamation, Mariah Carey sued for her famous holiday song “All I Want for Christmas Is You,” and more. 

Finally, former CIA agent and deception expert Phil Houston joins to talk about how he noticed so many lies and “tells” in Hunter Biden’s latest remarks on Capitol Hill this week.