And Then There Were None...

Thank you to all who dial up The Mark Steyn Show on GB News every night. Notwithstanding inroads by the ladies' footie team, on Tuesday night Mark yet again trounced Piers Morgan in the ratings, with an audience quadruple the size in the latter half of the show, despite all the bus sides that that generous Mr Murdoch has bought poor old Piers, not to mention the sixty-million-quid production budget he's lavished on him.

Wednesday's Steyn Show began with Mark's update on this week's gang-rape hell-hole (Oldham), after which Richard Ennos analysed Scotland's unprecedented increase in excess mortality - about which the government appears to be entirely uninterested.

Next up was BBC presenter and vaccine victim Jules Serkin to talk about Twitter's vaporisation, one by one, of those injured and bereaved by the vaccines. Alexandra Marshall joined Steyn from Down Under to ponder the latest front of the globalists' war on the masses, and Gabriel Shipton rounded out the hour with an update on his brother Julian Assange, facing extradition to the US and certain death in a federal prison.

All that plus your comments and questions in real time along the way. Click below to watch:

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