Author, political commentator and ‘BLEXIT” movement founder Candace Owens announced that she will be launching a new talk show called “Candace.”
“Candace” will be debuting March 19 on The Daily Wire in front of a studio audience in Nashville, TN.
Owens vows that her talk show will be a “space for conservatives to feel heard.”
“I guess the best way to describe it would be like a late-night talk show,” Owens told ITK. “It’s going to be funny. It’s going to be lighthearted. I think the most important adjective is it’s going to be hopeful.”
Owens said she does not want her audience to be limited to a targeted group.
“I think I’m definitely trying to broaden [the audience] beyond that. And I think I’ve always done that,” she said.
“I would say that my audience is any person that doesn’t feel heard or feels misunderstood,” Owens adds. “That would be my audience. And I think that that’s a lot of people right now.”
The launch of Owen’s talk show comes soon after teased a presidential run.
“I love America,” the “Blackout” author tweeted last month. “Thinking about running for President.”
Owens, who turns 32 next month, would meet the age requirement to run for president in 2024.
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The contentious comments come amid disturbing accounts of rape and brutal assaults following Hamas’ surprise attack on Israel on October 7, with prominent Democrats expressing outrage and demanding unequivocal condemnation.
According to reports from Fox News, Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz from Florida called for a forceful denouncement of sexual violence and condemning any attempt to create moral equivalence between Hamas and the Israeli Defense Force (IDF). The accusations of rape and sexual assault have sparked concern about the well-being of Israelis still held hostage by Hamas.
During her appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Jayapal faced scrutiny for not outright condemning Hamas for the alleged acts, instead emphasizing the broader impact of war on women.
Furthermore, the comments drew swift criticism, with Representative Ritchie Torres of New York insisting on the need for unequivocal condemnation of sexual violence against Israeli women.
Despite Jayapal’s history of advocating against sexual violence, her recent remarks have led to a significant intra-party clash, with Democrats challenging the notion of finding a balance or moral equivalence in addressing such sensitive matters.
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