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Articles by Scottie Nell Hughes

Scottie Nell Hughes is a conservative pundit and journalist for Patriot.TV as well as the soon to be launched Tea Party News Network. Her stories include on the street interview packages to entertaining yet revealing interviews with some of the most notorious names in both politics and Hollywood. Scottie Nell’s interviews have been linked on top sites like Drudge Report, Breitbart, The Blaze, World Net Daily, The Daily Caller with several stories going viral. Scottie also serves as a columnist for Prior to stepping in front of the camera, Scottie Nell Hughes, established her conservative foundation in the talk radio media. Having started at the very beginning as the executive producer of the Steve Gill Show in Nashville, TN, Scottie Nell used her early years in radio to learn every element of a successful talk radio program. She eventually accepted roles with several nationally syndicated talk shows like the Rusty Humphries Show, The Michael Berry Show and many others. Scottie Nell first made national headlines with her interview with Palm Beach Democratic Party Chairman Mark Alan Seigel at the 2012 Democratic National Convention where he stated that "Christians Just Want Jewish People To Be Slaughtered" so that they can bring back the 2nd coming of Jesus Christ. The interview went viral and produced over 200,000 different articles and blog post. Scottie Nell did over 40 different interviews in August and September 2012, with 4 of them (Michelle Malkin, Ted Nugent, Cleaning Up the DNC, and What the DNC Delegates Think of the Tea Party) going viral. Other notable interviews include Gov Scott Walker, Van Jones, Rev. Jessie Jackson, Governor RIck Perry, Governor Haley Barbour, Ann Coulter, Stephen Baldwin, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, Rep. Allen West, Ambassador John Bolton and many others on both sides of the political spectrum. She has organized broadcasts from the Republican and Democrat National Conventions (for which she was awarded a Nashville Air Award in 2005), numerous national primaries, as well as the White House and the Pentagon and she was assigned to the White House Press Corps for Inauguration 2005. She also was in the first group of radio talk show hosts sent by the Department of Defense to travel to the frontlines of Operation Enduring Freedom in Iraq and Kuwait as well as the detention facilities at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. A Magna Cum Laude graduate from the University of Tennessee at Martin with a broadcast communications/ political science degree, Scottie Nell realized her calling for a life in political journalism at the young age of 12 with her first reporting job as a Kids to Kids Reporter for WKRN-ABC Nashville. She went on to win the top High School Broadcaster Award for the state of Tennessee and the Broadcaster of the year for her college class 3 years in a row. An active member in her community, Scottie Nell was named Citizen of the Year for the City of Hendersonville, TN in 2011 as well as Member of the Year for the GFWC Woman’s Club. Scottie Nell is married to Chris Hughes, a homebuilder and Sumner County Commissioner and has two young children Houston (5 years) and Alexandria Lynn (4 years).