Scott Giebel
MRCTV Intern

Scott Giebel graduated from Millersville University with a degree in Sports Journalism and is now a graduate assistant at Wheeling University where he is getting his MBA. Scott enjoys sports and the outdoors. 

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Scott Giebel | July 19, 2024
The death of Corey Comperatore was a tragedy, and people in Butler County, Pennsylvania -  as well as around the country - are still mourning his loss, while also celebrating the hero that he was with tributes and donations. Hundreds of people from Butler and the surrounding counties lined the streets of Freeport Friday to honor Comperatore as the former firefighter’s body was carried to its…
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Scott Giebel | July 19, 2024
Ever since the assassination attempt on former President Trump's life, leftists have been coming out of the woodwork and claiming that the whole thing was staged to help Trump win the election - including, apparently, more than a few “educators.” Uju Anya, an associate professor of second language acquisition at Carnegie Mellon University, suggested in a post on social media that the attempt on…
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Scott Giebel | July 18, 2024
It seems stories involving liberal states denying parents the right to adopt children because they are Christians is becoming more frequent, and unfortunately, it has happened again in Vermont. Melinda Antonucci and Casey Mathieu are having their foster care license revoked by the Vermont Department for Children and Families (DCF), because they refused to agree to facilitate “gender-affirming…
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Scott Giebel | July 17, 2024
Taking down statues of historical figures that the left deems "racist" is nothing new, as they have been attempting to do so for years across college campuses and historical landmarks. In the latest attempt to destroy history, Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson made plans to take down a statue of George Washington that was located outside his office in City Hall - and the backlash was swift.…
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Scott Giebel | July 17, 2024
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) has rapidly become a policy or program being eliminated across many companies, universities and organizations, because people are beginning to realize it serves no purpose. Microsoft is the latest company to take this step, having recently announced the layoff of their entire DEI team, citing its "lack of relevance to business operations." Business Insider…
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Scott Giebel | July 15, 2024
Most people are aware that Europe tends not to be very pro-life. And a politician in Ireland has experienced firsthand that his actions do indeed have consequences, particularly within religious institutions that uphold certain values. According to an article by LifeNews, “Fine Gael TD [an Irish Parliamentary member] Colm Burke voted in favor of repealing the Eighth Amendment, which had provided…
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Scott Giebel | July 14, 2024
Saturday, July 13, was supposed to be a fun day at a Trump rally for Corey Comperatore and his family. Instead, it ended in tragedy when he was struck and killed by a bullet fired by a gunman attempting to assassinate former President Donald Trump. According to an article by the Post-Gazette, Comperatore, a 50-year-old former volunteer fire chief, lived in Buffalo Township, which is in Butler…
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Scott Giebel | July 12, 2024
The left consistently attempts to cast the pro-life movement in a negative light through media channels, a trend that has intensified since the overturning of Roe v. Wade. However, labeling them as terrorists crosses a serious line. On Thursday, July 11, Life News reported that the U.S. Army base Fort Liberty - formerly Fort Bragg - in North Carolina presented a slideshow for training purposes…
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Scott Giebel | July 12, 2024
The indoctrination of children in schools has been increasing over the years. Posts on social media show teachers are now placing rainbow flags in classrooms, mandating assignments on gender preferences and sexual orientations and encouraging children to explore various gender identities, with no signs of stopping. So it should come as no surprise that Seth McCollough, also known by his drag…
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Scott Giebel | July 11, 2024
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed two bills into law on Monday that “modify the requirements for conducting ballot recounts and prosecuting election-related crimes,” effective immediately.   The question of whether the 2020 election was rigged is still up for debate among Democrats and Republicans, which makes the signing of these bills controversial because Michigan was at the center of it. “Today…