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(Part 2) Dallas Sportscaster Dale Hansen is RETIRING after 35 years at WFAA Channel 8

(Part 2) Dallas Sportscaster Dale Hansen is RETIRING after 35 years at WFAA Channel 8
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This is Part 2 of our epic interview with sportscaster Dale Hansen, where we talk about corruption, scandal, deception, and much more.
Dale is retiring from WFAA Channel 8 after working there for 38 years. He’s made an awesome career for himself, and it sure is going to be a different world without seeing Dale up there each day.
He has received national attention for some of the stories he’s broken in his time and has gained a lot of exposure.
An all-around amazing person who stands for a lot of things that I stand for, I’m excited to see what Dale goes onto next.
“If you’re willing to work to raise your family, you’re welcome in my country.”  – Dale Hansen 

Time Stamps:

00:00 – Introduction to Part 2 of the interview with Dale Hansen. 
06:58 – The corruption in politics and the problem with privately funded campaigns.
11:46 – Why Donald Trump was able to beat Hillary Clinton, and the importance of picking your audience.
19:18 – How Fox news created a business model that ignores objective journalism.
31:48 – Covid deaths and how well this generation would deal with a world war.
40:37 – The massive mistakes we’ve made in the past, and why we should embrace them.
48:37 – The ‘Scholar Athlete of the Week’ shows Dale does, and how races all look the same.
53:25 – The idea of him starting his own podcast.
1:00:09 – Dale’s argument against building a wall around the country.
1:08:55 – How he couldn’t have done what he’s done if he was black.
1:13:24 – The atrocities we’ve done in the past and how morals change over time.

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Texas Real Food

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