MCPLive TV Launches New Show: “Rock the Boat, with Reed and Coats”

New political show features longtime local GOP activists.

Residents of Montgomery County will be getting another hour of news and entertainment each week, with the debut of a new political show on the MCPLive TV network. “Rock the Boat” features longtime Republican Party activists Robert Coats and Reagan Reed. It is produced by Billy Graff and Bill Brenza with MCPLive TV.

“Rock the Boat” will offer entertaining and humorous commentary on national, state, and local political events. The hosts are known for not holding back on speaking their opinions, even when they might be controversial or unpopular.

Coats, a resident of April Sound, is currently a precinct chair and the Montgomery County Republican Party Area Chairman for Montgomery. In 2020 he served as chairman of the Senatorial District 3 Convention. Although he got his start in politics in Orange County, California, he came to Texas as fast as he could.

Reed is the former Executive Vice-Chairman of the Montgomery County Republican Party, and a former precinct chair. Born and raised in Montgomery County, he now resides in New Waverly on the county line.

The pilot episode, which aired Friday, covers the topics of President Joe Biden’s multitude of executive orders, Coats’ recent efforts to investigate alleged voter fraud incidents, the Trump impeachment trial in the senate, and the controversial social media posts of freshman Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA). Each show will also feature a “winners and losers” segment at the end.

MCPLive TV is an online TV news network founded by Bill Brenza to help inform residents of Montgomery County. In addition to the new “Rock the Boat”, MCPLive TV airs several regular shows, including “This Week in Montgomery County Politics”, “Redzone Politics”, and “It’s Hammer Time”.

“Rock the Boat”, along with MCPLive TV’s other shows, can be viewed on Facebook and YouTube, as well as the MCPLive TV website.

Published by Reagan Reed

Reagan is a journalist and educator from East Texas. He has been involved in numerous campaigns, worked at the Texas Legislature, and covered Texas politics for years as a journalist.

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