The Kira Davis Show, Ep.1: Pettiness in the Pandemic Age

Welcome to the first episode of The Kira Davis Show, Townhall Media’s most Kira Davis-y podcast across the entire family of blog sites.

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This week we discuss beach closures in California and the pettiness of Governor Gavin Newsom.


Kira Davis
Kira is a freelance writer and Editor-at-large for RedState. She has appeared on Fox News, OANN, The Blaze and The Dr. Phil Show. Kira is also a regular guest host at KABC radio in Los Angeles. Her podcasts"Just Listen to Yourself" and The Kira Davis Show are heard by hundreds of thousands of listeners across the country and the globe. Kira lives in Southern California with her husband and two children. She is a dog person but has been known to tolerate cats from time to time.
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