Sometimes – when you’re on “the circuit” – you end up seeing the same people at conferences, receptions, in green rooms, and public speeches, but you never actually get to talk to them. This has become somewhat of an in-joke between me and Anthony Sabatini. We see each other across the room, nod, sometimes manage to have a handshake, and then invariably get pulled in opposite directions. Were his face not on the flyers of half these events, I probably wouldn’t know it was him.
Another such acquaintance is Jenna Ellis. Similar problem: same room, opposite directions. Always. Which is why I was delighted to carve out some time this morning to appear on her podcast to discuss Nancy Pelosi’s geopolitical misadventure, the Chinese Communist Party’s elite merger strategy, and the hubris coursing through the Republican Party right now.
Note: Jenna couldn’t get a word in edgeways.
Further note: Apologies that my camera decided, unilaterally, to focus wherever it pleased for the entirety of the discussion.
On Apple, or on Spotify, below: