A Virginia man admitted on live television that he was part of the crowd that attacked the U.S. Capitol on January 6.
During a C-SPAN call-in show, a Republican from Delaware on Thursday casually repeated the false QAnon conspiracy theory that Democrats eat babies, and John McCardle says nothing to dispute it.
A C-SPAN caller on Wednesday criticized the network for spending an hour on the subject of "cancel culture," a right-wing notion which asserts that some people are being "cancelled" when they face consequences for their actions.
When a caller from Atlanta wants to know why Democrats are keeping a Senate bill from passing, the Nation's Justice Correspondent explains who's truly in charge of the Senate.
C-SPAN host Steve Scully on Sunday faced off against a caller who accused his network of being part of a liberal media conspiracy to spread disinformation about the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Comedian Dean Obeidallah, who is Muslim, told a C-SPAN caller that Republicans are not following the teachings of Jesus Christ even though they may oppose abortion and other policies advocated by evangelicals.
She called on the Republican line in favor of reparations, but took a bizarre approach. Mystal treated her with more respect than many would have.
In what we are all assuming was a call from an old white man, a C-SPAN viewer showed his colors by denigrating women and non-whites on-air for all to hear.
Racist relic Pat Buchanan wants us to believe that these damn kids protesting today aren't a smart as the dirty hippies he hated that were protesting back in the '60's.
In an amazing call that aired on CSPAN last week, "Gary" from North Carolina, asked Demos' Heather McGee how not to be prejudiced anymore.
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