ArchiveYou don’t want to scoop yourself – Bernick and Schott on politicsBryan Schott·November 15, 2019·Last updated:May 4, 2021 Share Join us for a lovely walk in the political news woods as the rest of the world burns down. Jon Huntsman the once and future governor? How does his entry into the 2020 race scramble the equation for other candidates? We break it down. The reviews of Rep. Chris Stewart’s performance during the impeachment hearings are in and they’re…not good. Protesters shut down a Salt Lake City Council meeting to protest the closing of a homeless shelter. How long until we see such tactics on Utah’s Capitol Hill? We run down some of our latest polling results from our colleagues at Y2 Analytics. What could happen during the 2021 redistricting process? It’s way too early to know anything for sure, but that won’t stop us from speculating. President Trump live-tweets the impeachment hearings, a White House advisor sends out white nationalist propaganda and an insane George Soros conspiracy theory bubbles up on Fox News. Plus, when is a news scoop not a scoop? Bob Bernick and Bryan Schott bring you the Friday edition of our news roundup. Submit your questions for the podcast to us at [email protected] Follow our social media feeds on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Leave us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. A 5-star review means we’ll send you one of our limited edition “Bernick and Schott on politics” laptop stickers. You can listen everywhere you get your podcasts: iTunes: https://apple.co/2Q86X0J Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2nQvawh IHeartRadio: https://ihr.fm/2ZHgHqQ TuneIn: http://bit.ly/2FFVk0v Google: http://bit.ly/2Q9eHje Stitcher: http://bit.ly/2FPSqGe Also available on your favorite podcast app. If you’d like to get your message to Utah’s political movers and shakers by sponsoring this podcast, send us an email. UtahPolicy.com’s daily email newsletter is the must-read news roundup for political junkies. Subscribe here.