Brittany M. Hughes
Managing Editor
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Brittany is MRCTV's managing editor, host of the web series "Reality Check," and a graduate of the College of William and Mary. Before coming to MRCTV, she worked as an investigative reporter for CNS News. Prior to that, she was an education and politics reporter in Danville, Virginia. 

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  New York Democrat Mayor Eric Adams has been hit with a fine over a rat infestation at his own property – even as he continues to tout his own rat-fighting policies throughout the rest of the city. According to this, Adams is contesting a $300 fine his own administration levied against him for the rodent problem at a townhouse he owns on Lafayette Avenue in Brooklyn, where inspectors found “…
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One gas station owner in Philly is so sick of the crime infesting the streets around his business - and the politicians in his blue city who aren't doing a thing about it - that he's hired a crew of armed men to patrol the area around his store and fend off would-be thieves. Neil Patel, who manages a Karco gas station in North Philly, hired the team due to "mounting violence in and around the…
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Loudoun County Schools Superintendent Scott Ziegler was summarily canned by a unanimous vote by the school board Tuesday, just a day after a grand jury found them guilty of having grossly mishandled two cases of in-school sexual assaults by a student back in 2021. The story made national news after Daily Wire’s Luke Rosiak revealed that Ziegler, along with other school officials, had worked to…
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An elderly Home Depot employee has died after being shoved to the ground by a shoplifter in the latest rash of violence from criminals who are getting far too brazen in their shoplifting game. Gary Rasor, 83, can be seen on security camera footage from October 18 trying to stop the criminal from making off with three pressure cookers from the Hillsborough, North Carolina Home Depot. The thief, a…
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Disney has officially announced it will be closing its iconic Splash Mountain water ride in January of next year, more than two years after protesters launched an online petition against the ride, claiming it was racist. Because, as we all know, if there’s one thing that oppressing Black people in this country, it’s…a log flume.   Follow MRCTV on Twitter!   MN Teacher Asks Kids If She…
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On the first day of Christmas, Joe Biden gave to me... ...a crapload more illegal aliens. Border agents encountered more than 14,000 migrants coming into the U.S. unlawfully in the past two days alone, according to a social media post from U.S Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz, signaling that President Joe Biden's border crisis isn't slowing down anytime soon. That number includes illegal aliens…
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  The other night, my three-year-old woke up crying because, as he told us in his half-waking delirium, “Marshall (from Paw Patrol) didn’t complete the mission.” Which, for a three-year-old, I’d say is a pretty par-for-the-course bad dream. Others of us can recall having childhood nightmares about losing our parents in a store. Falling from a building. A scary clown under our beds. Or,…
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  If you're a fan of Splash Mountain, you'd better get your last ride in quick, as Disney has announced a date for the closure of the iconic - and suddenly "racist" - Disneyland ride. The 33-year-old log flume attraction, available at three Disney parks, is themed after the 1940's-era film "Song of the South," which has long been slammed as racist for its portrayal of the black character Uncle…
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  It’s totally OK to hire a doctor to help you off yourself over in Germany - just make sure you’re vaxxed first. In a move that really makes you go, “Huh??”, German doctors are now turning away euthanasia requesters who aren’t up to date on their COVID vaccines - because apparently, if you want to kill yourself, you could first make sure you’re jabbed against a virus that can…well, kill you…
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  “Avatar” Director James Cameron called testosterone a “toxin” that men have to “work out of [their] system,” perhaps explaining why one of his most recent Blockbusters involved purple people flying around on peacocks and tapping into a giant glittering kum-bai-ya tree. And why it took so long to…er…rise to the occasion of making a sequel. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Cameron…