Three Florida radio stations have BIG plans to help President Trump get reelected in 2020.
The Orlando Sentinel reported that two days after President Trump rallied his base in Florida’s Panhandle, vowing hundreds of millions of dollars in aid for the hurricane-devastated region, three local radio stations said they would air Trump speeches daily until the 2020 election.
The stations will broadcast two-minute snippets of Trump speeches every hour of every day — perhaps sometimes twice an hour — until the end of the presidential race, owner Samuel Rogatinsky said.
Gulf Coast Media (GCM) has announced that three Florida radio stations that they own will broadcast two-minute snippets of Trump speeches every hour until the end of the 2020 presidential race.
“Gulf Coast Media, Inc. senior management acknowledged that broadcasting the President’s speeches may not be consistent with conventional commercial FM radio, but we have taken this approach to show the community’s sincere appreciation for President Donald Trump’s work in Panama City and Bay County,” the company stated in a press release.
The stations that are guaranteed to become local MAGA-maniac favorites are: 105.1, WASJ, HANK FM; 103.5 WKNK; and Classic Rock 95.9 WRBA … all located in Bay County, Florida.
Last week, President Trump had a rally in Panama City Beach during which he announced he would earmark hundreds of millions of dollars in additional relief funds to assist residents still struggling to recover from the aftermath of a Category 5 hurricane–Hurricane Michael. The storm pummeled the Florida Panhandle in October 2018.
“I pledged to you unwavering support and the support of our nation until you have fully recovered and rebuilt, and we will never, ever leave your side,” the President told the cheering rally audience. “We’ve already given you billions of dollars, and there’s a lot more coming.”
“No games, no gimmicks, no delays,” Trump said about the additional funds. “We’re just doing it.”
“The community really embraces Donald Trump and we are giving them what they want,” said Samuel Rogatinsky, owner of GCM.
“We ran it by a bunch of listeners and people in the area, and nobody’s upset about it. It’s Republican territory,” Rogatinsky told the Orlando Sentinel on Monday. “Nobody’s offended by it. It’s not an issue.”
For those who are outside the Florida panhandle, the broadcast power of those three radio stations are unlikely to result in signals through the airwaves that can be heard regularly beyond the immediate region. However, they do live stream online, so would it be surprising if Gulf Coast Media suddenly becomes YUUGE?