This week’s show turned out to be fantastic! We start off the “Dark to Light” podcast with a substantive talk about illegal immigration, the strategy (or lack thereof) surrounding the building of the wall, and a bunch of mocking the mockingbird media. What is Jim Acosta thinking? Doubling down, CNN asks for a local news station to weigh in on their opinion but when they decline to fit the narrative, they are dismissed.

Then, we move into some great information about our new AG nominee, William Barr. Beanz demonstrates a pretty interesting connection between Barr and Rod Rosenstein, gets into some more about his policy positions, and overall, they talk about what the pick may mean for Trump. Then, Beanz drops some “insider” information shared by Dr. Dave Janda that explains there may be more than meets the eye behind the choice after all.

The pair move on to speaking about the recent deaths we have experienced, the Bush funeral, and the impending retirement of Ruth Bader Ginsberg. A discussion ensues where the pair talk about Harry Reid, and close out the show with a little bit of pop culture.

Don’t miss this week’s episode of the “Dark to Light” podcast!

Other Links We Covered

Donald Trump Jr. goes after CNN’s Jim Acosta:

Beanzn’ Twitter thread on an MS13 Article:

Tracy Beanz’ videos on MS13

MS13 And Trump: Why Did He Direct Us Here? Part 1 Part 2

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Tracy Beanz
Editor-in-Chief, Tracy Beanz, is an investigative journalist. Focused on bringing integrity and ethics back to journalism, she is known for her factual research into the details few others pursue. Tracy hosts the popular podcast, Dark to Light. She is also a social media phenom who amassed nearly 900,000 Twitter followers with her video reports receiving millions of views before being banned by "Big Tech."