Dear Team Buck,
It’s been quite a year. I don’t think a single one of us imagined that things would go the way they did for the last 12 months. A pandemic that completely upended the world. Lockdowns that keep going even though they rest on ever shakier ground. And as of this writing, Joe Biden is on track to become the next president of the United States.
Let’s be honest: 2020 has been brutal. We’re all glad it’s over.
But remember: we were in this 2020 fight together, and will be going forward. You are not alone. We share principles – the love of God and family, unapologetic patriotism, a dedication to eternal truths, and the promise that we will do everything we can to defend them. No election can change that.
Whatever this year brings us, we can handle it. We will- you, me, Producer Mark, and everyone who’s a part of the Freedom Hut- rally together in the year ahead, with our shields high. That is our credo. It’s our mission.
I also wanted to tell you this holiday season how deeply grateful I am for each and every one of you who listens to my radio show and podcasts, watches my tv show, and reads my website. I didn’t seek out a media career, it somehow found me, and now it all feels like it was God’s plan. It’s an honor to serve you day in and day out. I’ve come to know Team Buck well, and you’re impressive, kind, courageous patriots. I’m honored to call you my listeners and friends.
Despite all the difficulties of 2020, as a media entity, we managed to have our strongest year of listenership on The Buck Sexton Show. Our radio station grew past 180, the podcast numbers get larger every month, and the data speaks for itself. When people learn about this show and hear the quality and integrity of the content, we have new Team Buck members. It’s that simple.
To that end, please do Pass the Buck over the holiday season. I joke around that it’s all I want for my birthday (December 28th!)- but it really is. Tell a friend about the show. It’s free, you don’t even have to wrap it.
And seriously, thank you team.
You are my brothers and sisters in freedom.