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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Ineitha Lynnette Hardaway, the “Diamond” of the conservative commentary duo Diamond and Silk, reportedly passed away at her home in North Carolina Monday, according to a message posted to the pair's official Twitter account. And it took all of a few minutes after news of Hardaway’s death before leftist pundits and talking heads began mocking her death as another “antivaxxer” who died of COVID…
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Ineitha Lynnette Hardaway, the “Diamond” of the conservative commentary duo Diamond and Silk, reportedly passed away at her home in North Carolina Monday, according to a message posted to the pair's official Twitter account. The World just lost a True Angel and Warrior Patriot for Freedom, Love, and Humanity! Please respect the privacy of Diamond’s family! Memorial Ceremony TBA. Contributions…
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Because buying a crapton of expensive battery-powered mail trucks, jacking up the rate of home heating units by imposing cumbersome new “efficiency” regulations, and spending trillions of cash we don’t have on global “green” initiatives weren’t all bad enough, the Biden administration is reportedly mulling over a ban on gas stoves in its latest leftist attempt to meddle in your life. For your…
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  During a speech at a ceremony honoring more than half a dozen “insurrection” heroes at the White House Friday, President Joe Biden referenced the events of January 6, 2021 - mistakenly referring to July 6, instead - before suggesting that Capitol Hill Officer William “Billy” Evans’ death in April of that same year was somehow linked to “these sick insurrectionists.” Never mind that Evans was…
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  A white woman known on social media for promoting beauty products got dragged online and accused of stealing after she dared to use a hair oil marketed to black women. Literally, that’s it. She used the "wrong" hair oil. That’s all it took for Danielle Athena, a beauty influencer with about 120k followers on Instagram and nearly 50,000 on TikTok, to find herself the target of an internet…
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  Benedict Cumberbatch may soon get a bill for “slave reparations” while California’s considering paying black residents hundreds of thousands in taxpayer cash. So who really owes reparations in the U.S.? Meanwhile, a Virginia school is being investigated for withholding student awards in the name of “equity.”      
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The Biden administration is finally fessing up to slaughtering tens of thousands of jobs and costing the economy billions in a quietly-released December report that no one noticed amid Congress passing trillion-dollar-plus spending bills that lavished millions on things like wax museums and hiking trails. While Americans were wrapping up their Christmas shopping and taking out loans to buy…
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Dirty Needle Hop Scotch. Longest rolling blackouts. Most human fecal matter per square mile. These are just a few of the accolades boasted by California, one of the nation’s most leftist states and also current reigning champion in the “Who Wants To Be a Crime Victim” Olympics. Now, the Golden State can add another longstanding record to its list of impressively bad accomplishments, as…
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It's weird how “unity” is looking an awful lot like partisan virtue-signaling. During a ceremony at the White House this Friday, President Joe Biden is scheduled to bestow the Presidential Citizens Medal to a dozen individuals, a list more than half of which is comprised of “heroes” who emerged during the supposed January 6 “insurrection” (it wasn't) and former President Donald Trump’s assault…
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The office of Virginia Attorney General Jason Miyares has launched an official investigation into the “equity” policies at a prestigious public school after bombshell allegations surfaced claiming the school had intentionally been withholding coveted National Merit awards from students who’d earned them. For years. Miyares announced Wednesday that state prosecutors with the AG’s Office of…