Eric Scheiner
Director, MRCTV
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Eric Scheiner is the Director of MRCTV, and has over 20 years experience in broadcasting and video production. Beginning his broadcasting career in the First-In-The-Nation Primary state of New Hampshire, politics, government spending and constitutional issues have been a major thread through his work. Eric left New England in 2005 to host the launch of the award winning 'WYOU Interactive' program for the Pennsylvania CBS affiliate before relocating to the DC area and joining with the Media Research Center.

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Who wants freedom? It would be much better to hang out at home with Brian Stelter. Right?

“For four years, every Democrat and the corporate press talked about kids in cages. Kids in cages. How many of you all have done a story on the Biden cages?

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“For four years, every Democrat and the corporate press talked about kids in cages. Kids in cages. How many of you all have done a story on the Biden cages?

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On Monday, Stelter pondered if people would rather “stay home” (like him?) rather than participate in a platform that could offer “total freedom”

CNN 'Reliable Sources' host Brian Stelter, keeps promoting the notion that we just can't judge whether the soon-to-be-dead CNN + streaming service was a success - it's "too soon" to know.

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CNN 'Reliable Sources' host Brian Stelter, keeps promoting the notion that we just can't judge whether the soon-to-be-dead CNN + streaming service was a success or not.

MSNBC preaches on how Jesus would be called a groomer and a socialist...and how religious people should be forbidden to say the word "pro-life".

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MSNBC preaches on how Jesus would be called a groomer and a socialist.

NFL quarterback wannabe Colin Kaepernick says he is willing to accept a backup role with a team, and his remarks infuriated a long-time supporter. ESPN First Take host Stephen A. Smith said Tuesday that America owes Kaepernick an NFL job because he kneeled for national anthems “on behalf of us,” but he also accused the football pariah of not being sincere about wanting to play again.

Only a few short weeks after its launch, Warner Bros. Discovery is reportedly shutting down CNN+ after the paid streaming service drew a pathetically lackluster viewership in its premiere month.