Episode #14: When Cancel Culture Eats Its Own

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Jacob and Eric start off the episode by reacting to the inevitable news that the Biden Administration is working with private corporations to roll out a “vaccine passport,” requiring Americans to provide proof of vaccination in order to engage in basic commerce and travel. They discuss the sweeping new election integrity bill that has been passed into law in Georgia, promising to crack down on the many voter fraud practices that stole the 2020 election, much to the ire of the Left. After delving into Charlottesville Mayor Nikuyah Walker’s racist “poem” denouncing her own city by comparing it to a rapist, they turn to the main topic: The firing of USA Today’s “Race and Inclusion Editor” Hemal Jhaveri after she falsely blamed the Boulder, Colorado shooting on an “angry White man.” This situation, as well as a debate over the cancelling of the National Anthem between sports commentators Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe, is proof that there are clear tensions and growing divides within the Left’s multicultural coalition, between White progressives and black identitarians.

00:00 Intro and Covid Passports

10:42 Governor Brian Kemp (GA) seeks some voter id redemption

19:44 “Charlottesville comforts you in its cum stained sheets”

37:56 Black identitarian view of America vs Progressive view of America, commentary on Fox Sports’ “Undisputed” debate over national anthem

01:00:06 Featured TopicUSA Today’s Race and Inclusion Editor Hemal Jhaveri meets the Cancel Culture she was hired to perpetuate

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