On Fox Nashville Holler founder Justin Kanew rips GOP operative Tres Wittum for joining 71% of Republicans saying the election was stolen, while the Tennessee Lookout’s Holly Mccall shreds Rick Williams for touting the Arizona Fraudit.
🔥WATCH: “I weep for our country, and I’m embarrassed for Tres saying that on TV.”@Kanew rips @TresWittum for joining 71% of Republicans saying the election was stolen, @jhollymc shreds @ricknashlimo for touting the Arizona Fraudit. @FOXNashville @HarrietvWallace @Scott_Couch pic.twitter.com/nrH19c8Bxd
— The Tennessee Holler (@TheTNHoller) June 14, 2021
Why Did TN Education Commish Schwinn’s Husband’s Company Land A Huge State Contract? Senator Heidi Campbell grilled her about exactly that.
This isn’t the first time Schwinn has been embroiled in conflict of interest scandals. It’s kind of her thing.
Highlights from our first ever TENNESSEE HOLLER FEST, featuring inspiring voices from across the state lifting up the issues we face – including STELLA PARTON, JUSTIN JONES, REP. JIM COOPER, REP. STEVE COHEN, THE EQUITY ALLIANCE and much more.
Here’s a quick highlight reel.
Sandy summarizes her trip to the Equal Justice Initiative’s Legacy Museum and “lynching memorial” and searches for signs of its mission in our state.
"Our history of racial injustice casts a shadow across the American landscape that cannot be lifted until we shine the light of truth on the violence that shaped us."@Whataboutuspod1 reflects on a trip to @eji_org's Legacy Museum in Montgomery.
— The Tennessee Holler (@TheTNHoller) May 14, 2021
“This session should’ve been a wake-up call for moderates, independents, sensible Republicans…TENNESSEE IS GOING BACKWARDS.”
Sen. Yarbro on the extremism of Gov. Bill Lee and the Republican Party supermajority, focusing on imaginary issues rather than helping folks who need it.
“If something does happen to me, bring my casket outside the Capitol.” Activist Justin Jones on the RUN-OVER-A-PROTESTOR bill now revived by Lt. Gov. McNally, Gov. Bill Lee, and the Tennessee Republican Party.
Adrienne Pakis-Gillon knows about women in politics, from the passage of the 19th amendment to her disappointment with the representation of women in our GOP majority legislature. Ladies, can’t we do better for women and children in Tennessee?
"This pandemic has shown, with women having to drop out of the workforce, how much our economy
is hurting."@voteadrienne joined @Whataboutuspod1 to talk about how Tennessee can do so much better for the women that live here.
— The Tennessee Holler (@TheTNHoller) April 23, 2021