Conservative Comedian is Grateful for America (Not so Much for France)!

If you’re a long-time Eagle Rising reader, then you probably know that we are big fans of the wonderful and intelligent Evan Sayet. Evan is a former liberal who spent years writing content for Bill Maher on Politically Incorrect and generally making folks on the left laugh out loud with his irreverent humor. He’s still super funny, and he’s still relevant, only now he’s come to realize the error of his ways, and he’s fighting for the good guys.

I’ve personally gotten to know Evan and I am so thankful we have men like him leading the way in the cultural and political war in which we’re currently engaged. He is kind, generous and a barrel of fun.

Anyway, I say all of this to tell you that Evan Sayet will be going on tour this year for the first time in almost a decade. Go to his website and check out the links to find his full schedule. To help get you excited here is a very funny clip of a bit he did recently when he had the opportunity to open up for Carly Fiorina, Rick Perry and Bobby Jindal!

When you think about it, just about every single thing we use to make our lives better — and to be more productive — was either first invented or later perfected in America.  What do we use on a daily basis that came any time recently from Africa?  Islamic countries or even France?  This short video provides the answer.  (From an event I headlined along with Rick Perry, Bobby Jindal and Carly Fiorina.)

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