Brittany M. Hughes
Managing Editor
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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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Luxury designer brand Burberry is catching all kinds of well-deserved heat for being the latest company to go all-in on the trans love, featuring a trans “man” - also known as a woman - in the company’s latest ad. The cringe-inducing photo campaign includes an image of a tattooed and shirtless biological woman with prominent scars where her likely healthy breasts used to be, being cuddled by…
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The chief of the Los Angeles Police Department has banned the display of the pro-law enforcement “Thin Blue Line” flag in stations, on cop cars, and at official public events after one single person complained that the symbol is associated with radical right-wing groups and “white supremacy.” Because nothing says "I've got my guys' backs" quite like putting the kibosh on a flag that stands for…
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The chief of the Los Angeles Police Department has banned the display of the pro-law enforcement “Thin Blue Line” flag in stations, on cop cars, and at official public events after one single person complained that the symbol is associated with radical right-wing groups and “white supremacy.” Because nothing says "I've got my guys' backs" quite like putting the kibosh on a flag that stands for…
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Do you consider yourself a generally reasonable person? If you see water, do you assume it’s wet? And if I pointed to a taco and told you it was a hot dog, would you disagree?  If your answer to the all of the above is “yes,” I propose the following: if you see a large, bearded person with a tenor voice, is your first thought, “Hey look, a woman!” Of course not. Because if you truly are…
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A government-created board of total morons over in Nancy Pelosi’s hometown of San Francisco have reportedly put together a plan to pay every “eligible” black resident a one-time payout of $5 million, including to convicted drug criminals. Yes, I wrote that correctly. $5 million. Per person. To include drug criminals. The San Francisco African American Reparations Advisory Committee, which was…
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Despite leftists' wishful thinking, it turns out Lynette Hardaway - also known as "Diamond" from the conservative commentary duo Diamond & Silk, did not die of COVID after all. That rumor had caught traction shortly after Hardaway's death was announced via social media on January 9, with liberals immediately assuming - and widely claiming publicly - that Hardaway had passed away from COVID…
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  In the roughly four seconds it takes to pull one’s cell phone out of one’s pocket and fire up the Twitter app, anti-gun race-baiters over on the left were immediately jumping to condemn "white supremacy," anti-Asian “hate” and “assault rifles” while emergency crews were still on the scene in Monterey Park, California, where a gunman killed 10 and wounded another 10 in a shooting Saturday…
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  A Democrat state senator’s name appeared on a long list of sponsors for a “queer prom” for very young teens and grown adults, where participants – including underage children – were gifted swag bags filled with condoms, dental dams, lube, tarot cards, and Planned Parenthood paraphernalia. I do apologize for everything you just read. If it’s any consolation, it made my coffee taste bad to…
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  Vice President and abortion apologist Kamala Harris invoked the Declaration of Independence in her impassioned defense of infanticide Sunday, on what would have been the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade had it not been correctly struck down by the Supreme Court last summer (and only after nearly 64 million infants had been brutally murdered due to nationwide abortion access). But in her…
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In an attempt to speak on the left's favorite High Holy topic of climate change, Vice President Kamala Harris quickly devolved into a second-grade explanation of how electricity works and all the miraculous 21st Century things it can be used for - like putting food in a fridge, for instance.  In case you didn't already know.  "Today, America has more than half a million miles of transmission…