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Levin, Bongino, Shapiro Deny Receiving Censorship Memo From Radio Company Owner

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Levin, Bongino, Shapiro Deny Receiving Censorship Memo From Radio Company Owner

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Conservative talk radio show hosts Mark Levin, Dan Bongino, and Ben Shapiro have denied receiving an alleged censorship memo from the company that owns the radio stations their shows are aired on. The Washington Post reported on the alleged memo from Cumulus, a syndicate that owns 416 radio stations in the United States, on Jan. 11. The memo purportedly threatened to fire conservative hosts who fail to tone down discussions about election fraud. A number of left-wing media outlets picked up the story. Cumulus did not respond to requests for comment from either The Epoch Times or The Washington Post. Inside Music Media was the first to report on the alleged memo’s content, according to the Post. “I never got any memo,” Levin said on his radio show on Monday evening. “Nobody threatened me. Nobody told what I could or couldn’t say. Because if they did, you’d be hearing about it. But they didn’t.” “I …

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