• The Blaze’s Stu Burguiere Sits Down With CRAPITALISM Author Jason Mattera

    Jason Mattera had the chance to sit down with The Blaze’s Stu Burguiere to discuss Crapitalism: Liberals Who Make Millions Swiping Your Tax Dollars

    After Mattera explained why he titled the book Crapitalism, Stu said “I love it. Part of the business plan is actually screwing with liberals to buy your book.”

    In the 13-minute segment, Mattera and Stu dig into some of the juicy details packed inside Crapitalism. The two talk about the $2.5 billion in taxpayer subsidies that 14 of Al Gore’s companies have received in a scam to save the planet.

    “I don’t know how his followers, and that’s a perfect word for them as you said, buy any of his nonsense anymore,” Stu said. “This guy is obviously out to make himself rich.”

    Mattera tore into how California Congresswoman Maxine Waters “makes government work for her and her family.”

    “From top to bottom Waters uses the government to work for her and to fatten her pockets,” Mattera said.

    Stu is a big, big fan of Jason’s recent Harry Reid interview.

    “You have the biggest balls of anybody I know,” Stu said to Jason. “And you asked an important question, which is how the hell did this guy go from poverty to millionaire?”

    Here’s the Mattera (attempted) interview of Senator Harry Reid if you haven’t seen it already.

    Stu is also a fan of Jason’s interview of Lois Lerner.

    “You didn’t do anything wrong,” Stu said. “You didn’t cross a line that any other reporter would cross. You asked her completely legitimate questions that I totally want someone to ask Lois Lerner.”

    And here’s that infamous interview for your viewing pleasure.

    Jason says he doesn’t have any regrets about the Lerner video.

    “I would do it all over again,” Mattera said. “In fact, I think we should have more reporters doing this. We’re dealing with a despicable human here in Lois Lerner. She used the most feared agency in America to target individuals based on their political beliefs and tried to crush their opinions and stop them from organizing during an election year.”

    Check out Mattera’s full interview with Stu Burguiere above.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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