In today's rowdy episode, Ryan Girdusky and Terry Schilling talk CRT, family issues, the surprising New Jersey and Virginia races, and what it all means for 2022.

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In today’s episode of “Moment of Truth,” Nick and Emma sit down with Terry Schilling, President of the American Principles Project (a pro-family advocacy group), and Ryan Girdusky, founder of the 1776 Project PAC and author of “They’re Not Listening: How the Elites Created the National Populist Revolution” to discuss Critical Race Theory, family issues, the New Jersey and Virginia 2021 gubernatorial races and surprising outcomes, and analyze what all this means for 2022 and beyond.

Terry Schilling is the President of American Principles Project. Terry is responsible for developing, coordinating and implementing APP’s strategy, messaging and grassroots activity at the state and federal level. Before joining APP, Terry managed his father’s race for Congress in Illinois. Running in 2010 on a shoestring budget in a district that had been Democratic for nearly 30 years, Terry led the Bobby Schilling for Congress campaign to a 10-point victory. He is a proud father of five. Learn more about Terry Schilling here, and follow him on Twitter @Schilling1776.

Ryan Girdusky is a political consultant and writer. He’s a native New Yorker and co-author of the book “They’re Not Listening: How The Elites Created the National Populist Revolution,” released in June 2020. In addition, his National-Populist newsletter, started in 2019, has grown to amass thousands of readers, including many congresspeople and leaders in Washington. Buy Ryan’s book here, and follow him on Twitter @RyanGirdusky.

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