Ring of Fire is a podcast hosted by Farron Cousins that began as a radio show in 2004 by Mike Papantonio. The show focuses on exposing corporate fat cats, polluters and media spinmeisters.

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Episode 727: Iowa Results Leave Haley Delusional; DeSantis Fires Back at Right Wing Media

This week on Ring of Fire!

Ron DeSantis is no longer the darling of conservative media outlets, and he can't stand it. While speaking with reporters at an event last Friday, DeSantis whined about the fact that Fox News appears to be protecting Trump, and they are running cover for all of the horrible things that he does. Of course, DeSantis isn't actually wrong about his assessment of Fox and the rest of conservative media, but it is only bothering him because he wants that level of adoration again.

Judge Aileen Cannon is still doing everything possible to protect Donald Trump, and late last week she ruled that Jack Smith can NOT get his hands on Trump's communications because it is way too early to make him declare what his legal defense is going to be. The trial is just months away according to the official timeline, but Cannon's ruling is a good indication that she is going to further delay the trial, possibly until after the 2024 election.

It is one thing to put on a brave face after suffering a humiliating defeat, but it is another thing entirely to pretend that the defeat didn't happen. But that is exactly what Nikki Haley did after her pathetic third place finish in Iowa. Haley declared that the GOP primary was now officially a "two person race," but she doesn't seem to realize that she doesn't appear to be one of those two people.

We finally found the massive voter fraud that Donald Trump has been whining about for over 3 years, but it isn't the kind of fraud that Trump wanted to see. A county in Virginia has revealed that they accidentally shorted President Biden thousands of votes and gave Donald Trump thousands of votes that he didn't actually receive. As we've said for years, voter fraud DOES exist but it typically benefits Republicans.

All that, and much more, on this week's Ring of Fire Podcast!