Big League Politics Editor Patrick Howley Launches “The Campaign Show” Sunday Nights on Patriots Soapbox
Big League Politics editor-in-chief Patrick Howley is kicking off The Campaign Show on Patriots Soapbox Livestream Sunday nights from 6 to 8 PM.
The Campaign Show will focus each week on President Donald Trump’s efforts to Keep America Great, and Trump’s Democrat opponent’s attempts to stave off the constant barrage of scandals they are grappling with.
The weekend evening call-in show assures that Howley will have a Mark Levin-type time slot without directly competing with Mark Levin. Howley’s competition on Fox News is something called “Fox Report with Jon Scott.”
“I am happy to host a show for Patriots Soapbox viewers — the most informed, engaged, and rabidly loyal viewers on the Internet. Together, we will change the face of the campaign news cycle and win 40 states,” Howley said.
Howley founded Big League Politics in 2017 from scratch, and BLP now has millions of readers per month and consistently drives the national news cycle. Recent Howley scoops include the Ralph Northam blackface yearbook photo, the Justin Fairfax sex assault allegations, and Hillary Clinton and Kirsten Gillibrand links to the NXIVM sex cult. Howley previously worked as a right-hand reporter to Steve Bannon at Breitbart News during the 2016 election, where he was also a correspondent on Breitbart News Daily on Sirius/XM Patriot, and as a political reporter for Tucker Carlson at the Daily Caller.
The Patriots’ Soapbox 24/7 Livestream can be watched here:
Here is Howley’s recent appearance on the “Patriot Power Hour” on the We the People Insider channel: