From the Kelly Truth Squad Radio Show…
(CHICAGO) – The Kelly Truth Squad on AM 560 WIND is pleased to announce its move to a new primetime time slot at 6 pm beginning this Saturday. The political entertainment program is hosted by Emmy-nominated TV personality, William J. Kelly, who also pens Bill Kelly’s Truth Squad and the Tea Party Report for the Washington Times Communities. The host is known for his high octane political antics with an entertainment bent.
Last Sunday night, Kelly stepped into the middle of the Jesse Jackson Jr. controversy. Jackson, who has been linked to Giovanna Huidobro in an adulterous affair, has more trouble on the horizon as more details surface about his dealings with indicted Gov. Rod Blagojevich. Trying to help the DC hostess get a “fresh start,” Kelly contacted Huidobro at her DC nightclub hostessing job at the Ozio Lounge to offer her a job as a radio contributor to his program.
“This (Jackson’s behavior) shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone,” said Kelly. “The Jackson family has a sordid history of abusing their positions for political and business gain. From the manipulation of Ms. Huidobro and pay-off attempt to buy President Obama’s Senate seat to Rev. Jesse Jackson’s boycott scam of Anheuser Busch for financial gain, the public needs some answers and we need them now.”
“Back in 1998, the Rev. Jesse Jackson’s sons were handed Budweiser’s River North/Chicago distributorship in exchange for him dropping the Anheuser Busch boycott,” said Kelly. “Today, I am calling for a boycott of Budweiser in the River North area – I think the people of Chicago and Illinois need to hit the Jackson family where it hurts – in their dirty pocketbooks. Then and only then will we have a chance at getting the truth.”
Kelly has christened his boycott campaign against the Jackson family, “This Dud’s a Bud,” – a biting callback to Jackson’s 1982 boycott campaign of Budweiser, “This Bud’s a Dud.”
ABOUT BILL KELLY’S TRUTH SQUAD
Bringing the Kelly Truth Squad to the AM 560 WIND airwaves, political commentator and satirist, William J. Kelly, takes on the worlds of politics, sports, and entertainment in “humorous pursuit of truth, justice and all things America.” Kelly’s popular Bill Kelly’s Truth Squad at the Washington Times Communities is consistently among the paper’s top 10 most read every week and is regularly featured on the paper’s front page website. Kelly also edits and manages the Times’ Tea Party Report, which reports nationally on the Tea Party Movement. A graduate of the Second City Conservatory, Kelly is also a producer of Emmy award-winning television and received a nomination for outstanding on-camera achievement. He made conservatives stand up and cheer with the documentary, “A Conservative in Chicago.” He was formerly the Executive Director of National Taxpayers United, an affiliate of the National Taxpayers Union. In 2010, he ran statewide for Illinois comptroller in the Republican primary and also blogs at the Chicago Tribune’s Chicagonow.com. If you can take the heat, turn up the volume as the Kelly Truth Squad radio revolution begins! The bad guys in Washington just won’t know what hit ‘em and…it’s about time! For more information, visit www.kellytruthsquad.com or you can visit Bill Kelly’s Truth Squad on the Washington Times Communities at http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/bill-kellys-truth-squad/
AM 560 WIND is owned and operated by Salem Communications Corporation (NASDAQ:SALM), a leading U.S. radio broadcaster, Internet content provider and magazine publisher targeting audiences interested in Christian and family-themed content and conservative values. Upon the close of all announced transactions, the company will own 94 radio stations, including 59 stations in 23 of the top 25 markets.
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