Ep. 723 Media’s Biden Rescue, and a Royal ‘Rebrand,’ with Maureen Callahan and Drea de Matteo

Megyn is joined by Daily Mail columnist Maureen Callahan to discuss the massive Super Bowl LVIII ratings that were the most since the moon landing, the Chiefs reportedly asking Taylor Swift not to attend the victory parade in Kansas City, breaking down Swift’s hug with Travis Kelce after the game, President Joe Biden’s memory issues and the media spin, whether Biden is being undermined by the left in order to get him to step away from the 2024 election, constant attempts to claim Biden is more fit privately than he appears publicly, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attempting a ‘Sussex’ rebrand, what we know about Harry’s very quick trip to visit his father King Charles III, Markle’s dubious claim that she’s a feminist, The View host Sunny Hostin finding out her ancestors actually owned slaves, her co-host Joy Behar calling the revelation a “bummer,” her continued demand for reparations, the trans shooter at Joel Osteen’s church in Houston, Texas, whether parents should be held responsible for their child’s actions in a school shooting, and more.

Then, Drea de Matteo, actress and founder of ULTRAFREE, joins to discuss her iconic role on The Sopranos, her experience working with James Gandolfini, why she no longer talks to co-star Michael Imperioli, modern TV’s refusal to take risks, why she went from voting for Biden to supporting Robert F. Kennedy, Jr, what changed for her during her the COVID-19 pandemic, the left’s drift away from its principles, Hollywood actors’ fear of speaking about politics, her decision to launch a freedom-focused clothing brand ULTRAFREE, and more.