One America News Network to Broadcast ‘The First 100 Days: An Anti-Corruption Agenda’ Based on Judicial Watch December 6 Live Broadcast Panel
(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that One America News Network (OAN) will broadcast an OAN Special Report, “The First 100 Days: An Anti-Corruption Agenda,” on Saturday and Sunday, December 17 and 18, drawing upon the Judicial Watch panel on the topic transmitted live nationwide on December 6. The half-hour OAN Special Report will be introduced and narrated by OAN’s Washington, DC-based political correspondent John Hines.
The fast-paced Judicial Watch anti-corruption agenda panel was hosted by Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. He was joined by experts Edwin Meese, former U.S. Attorney General; Congressman Jim Jordan (R-OH); Mark Krikorian, Executive Director, Center for Immigration Studies; Andrew C. McCarthy, Senior Fellow, National Review Institute; and Ramona Cotca, Senior Attorney, Judicial Watch.
The OAN Special Report will incorporate direct commentary and analysis by Fitton and the five panelists on key issues addressed by panel participants, including:
- Ending illegal immigration
- Continuing the investigations of the Clinton email and Foundation scandals
- The role of Congress in welfare reform, incentivizing work, and repealing Obamacare
- Restoring public safety and ending hostility to the police
- Reforming the Justice Department and the IRS
Viewers nationwide can watch One America News Network on Verizon FiOS channel 116 & 616 in HD, AT&T U-verse channel 208 & 1208 in HD, and via streaming TV provider KlowdTV.com. The Special Report will be broadcast at 5:00 ET on both Saturday and Sunday. Check local listings in your area.
“OAN is pleased to be partnering with the corruption watchdog group Judicial Watch to make this presentation possible,” said OAN’s Hines. “Judicial Watch has been at the forefront of identifying corruption in all facets of our government. Now, it has provided a public forum to be presented on OAN to educate people about what they should expect from the ‘new sheriff in town.’”