Brittany M. Hughes
Managing Editor
RealBrittHughes

Brittany is MRCTV's managing editor, host of the web series "Reality Check," and a graduate of the College of William and Mary. Before coming to MRCTV, she worked as an investigative reporter for CNS News. Prior to that, she was an education and politics reporter in Danville, Virginia. 

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Illegal alien apprehensions at the Southwest U.S. border have officially surpassed 2 million for the first time in recorded history, as Biden’s open-border policies continue to drive overwhelming numbers of migrants into the United States in violation of U.S. law.

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The single town of El Paso, Texas sees more than 1,300 illegal aliens a day. If they can handle that for years on end, the New York City can take a few busloads and figure it out. Because y’all are the ones who voted for this crap in the first place.

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Anti-gun activist and professional town crier David Hogg declared on Twitter over the weekend that he doesn’t plan on ever having children, saying he’d “rather own a Porsche and have a Portuguese water dog.”

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A Texas sheriff says he’s opening an investigation into Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ decision to fly two planeloads of illegal aliens onto the upscale Massachusetts island of Martha’s Vineyard.

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New York City has reportedly axed another 850 public school employees for refusing to get the mandated COVID vaccine, even as President Joe Biden declares the COVID pandemic "over."

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The move came right after Lightfoot publicly declared to the media that her city would welcome the migrants with open arms.

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"The pandemic is over," Biden told Scott Pelley, while the pair strolled through the Detroit auto show. "We still have a problem with COVID. We're still doing a lotta work on it. It's -- but the pandemic is over."

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President Joe Biden said it's far from a sure thing whether he runs again in 2024, telling CBS' 60 Minutes it "remains to be seen" whether he'll seek a second term.

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It didn’t take long after two planeloads of illegal aliens were dropped off on the swanky Massachusetts island of Martha’s Vineyard for the natives to become restless.