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 750: Judge Cannon Snaps; Alex Jones Next Move; Boebert Manages to Win in Colorado

This week on Ring of Fire!

Lauren Boebert prevailed in her Republican primary for Colorado's 4th Congressional district, and this means that she will likely cruise to a relatively easy victory in November in the deeply red area of the state. The real disappointment, however, is the fact that the Republicans in that district had the opportunity to pick anyone else to represent them, but they went with the disgusting, perverted person who has proven that she can't deliver for her constituents - and actually votes against allowing good things to happen for her voters. They own her now, and they deserve all the misfortune that comes along with that.

A very irate and confused Judge Aileen Cannon snapped at federal prosecutors multiple times in hearings this week, and it was all because she didn't seem to understand how things are supposed to work under the law. At one point, she snapped at a prosecutor for defending the funding of the special prosecutor's office - something that Cannon has no control or say over. At another point, she told a prosecutor she didn't like his tone while he was arguing that federal witnesses should have their identities shielded.

The court-appointed financial monitor overseeing Alex Jones' media empire has now recommended that the entire thing be liquidated and sold off in order to pay off what he owes to the families of the Sandy Hook victims that he attacked. This could mean the (at least temporary) end of Jones' show, as he will likely be left with absolutely nothing.

As part of their Project 2025, the right wing Heritage Foundation is paying another conservative group to gather intelligence on existing federal workers to find out which people are loyal to Donald Trump. Those that are not considered "loyal," according to a report from the Associated Press, could end up being either "reassigned" to other areas or simply fired if Trump wins this year's election. This is horrifying, dystopian stuff happening right in front of us, and voters need to be alarmed about what's going on.

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