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Tammy Bruce

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“The democrats rely on ignorance; they rely on censorship throughout the last several years on social media so that they can try to control reality.”

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Tammy Bruce, an Independent Conservative, has traversed a unique political journey that reflects her commitment to principles rather than party affiliations. Initially a lifelong Democrat, Bruce actively participated in Democratic campaigns in the 1990s. However, in 2008, she broke away from the party, registering as unaffiliated. Leveraging her background as a liberal community organizer, she now dedicates herself to exposing and challenging the leftist agenda. Despite her Democratic roots, Bruce has consistently supported conservative figures, including Presidents Reagan and both Bushes. It was the transparent and direct approach of Donald Trump, coupled with his love for the country, that prompted her to become an ardent supporter, a commitment she maintains. A vocal advocate for free speech and the Second Amendment, Bruce’s extensive experience as a radio talk show host, notably with the nationally syndicated “Tammy Bruce Show,” has shaped her views and contributed to her active role in political commentary. She joined Fox News in 2005 as a Political Contributor, hosting her show on Fox Nation and providing insightful commentary on various issues for the Association for Mature Americans (AMAC).

Tammy Bruce’s influence extends beyond broadcasting, as she has authored several books addressing freedom of expression, moral relativism, and the political use of fear. Drawn into feminist activism in the late 1980s, Bruce, at the age of 27, became the president of the Los Angeles chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW). Her tenure with NOW and national board involvement revealed a disconnection between leftist politics and the well-being of Americans, leading her to reject liberal ideologies. Holding a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the University of Southern California, Bruce’s childhood interest in politics and individual liberty was sparked by the works of authors Ray Bradbury and George Orwell. Currently residing in New York, she remains an influential conservative voice, challenging prevailing narratives and advocating for conservative ideals that empower women, gays, and blacks.