The 2020 U.S. presidential campaign is in full swing.
Donald Trump’s re-election is at stake and the mainstream media is giving Democrats a free ride.
There are more than twenty candidates competing for the Democratic Party nomination — it’s a field rife with hypocrisy, radicalism, and dangerous plans to re-shape the nation.
That’s why I'm going to the U.S. to demand answers to the questions the media is too scared to ask.
My colleague Keean Bexte has already made an impact. His confrontations with far-left congresswomen Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar over their refusal to condemn Antifa were picked up by Fox News and even featured in a Republican Party ad.
But we have more work to do.
WHAT WE WANT TO DO
We want to send our journalists to criss-cross the United States to ask Democrat Presidential candidates the tough questions that need answers. Until now, these candidates have only been lovingly kissed by media butterflies.
And that means sending us, The Rebel's feisty journalists, to early voting states like Iowa and New Hampshire. We'll be going to campaign events to hold lefty candidates accountable and to counter the bias mainstream media narrative.
But we can’t do it without your help.
HERE’S WHAT YOU CAN DO
The Rebel is 100 per cent independent and funded entirely by ordinary Canadians and Americans. We don’t receive a nickel from governments or left-wing billionaires, which is why we aren’t afraid to get scrappy — we aren't beholden to anybody.
But we can’t put tough questions to the Democrats without cost. We need help covering budget hotels, car rentals and flights for our reporters. If you can help us in this fight, please do by clicking here to chip in. Whether it's $10 or $100, it all helps!
July 21, 2019 — Jessica asked Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders if he regretted taking his honeymoon in what is now the former Soviet Union. He denied having done so, and told me to "get my facts straight" — so I did, and then I asked him again.
July 21, 2019 — Jessica asked Steven Bullock why few complained about family separation at the border when Obama was president.
July 21, 2019 — Jessica asked Democratic presidential hopeful Mayor Pete Buttigieg about the growing racial tensions in his town of South Bend, Indiana.
July 19, 2019 — Jessica pressed Marianne Williamson to clarify her slavery reparations policy at the Presidential Candidate Forum in Sioux City, Iowa.
July 19, 2019 — Jessica Swietoniowski asked Democratic presidential hopeful, Andrew Yang, if he would condemn Antifa violence. His answer was disappointing.
July 19, 2019 — Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren was in Orange City, Iowa at the Prairie Winds Event Center holding a “community conversation.”