Episode #22: A Nation of Warring Immigrants

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Jacob and Eric talk about the pros and cons of a new anti-Big Tech bill signed into law by Governor Ron DeSantis in Florida; while the bill itself is strong in implementing fines for social media sites banning political candidates and allowing regular citizens to sue for censorship, DeSantis made a blunder in pointlessly appealing to fear of Iran while promoting his Big Tech crackdown efforts. They then reflect on how much America has changed for the worse on the one-year anniversary of George Floyd’s accidental death by a fentanyl overdose, with the prime example being Secretary of State Anthony Blinken’s directive to the State Department encouraging American embassies overseas to fly the Black Lives Matter flag. For the main topic, they take a closer look at the increasing racial tensions in the United States between various minorities over the last few months, from African-Americans attacking Asian-Americans to gangs of Palestinians and Arabs mobbing Jewish Americans during the Israel-Hamas conflict. This is only further proof that if America continues to let in more hordes of illegal aliens on a daily basis, ethnic conflict will be carried over from foreign countries and into America.

00:00 Intro

02:56 Florida cracks down on Big Tech

07:52 State Department Directive to Embassies on America’s New Woke Imperialism

Main Topic: A Nation of Warring Immigrants

25:46 Collapse of Media and Big Tech’s Multiracial Utopia

32:50 Wave of Palestinian Attacks on Jewish Americans

43:33 Some Really Bad Bipartisan Takes on This

54:20 David French’s Hypocritical Take on This

01:03:38 Root of the Problem: Bill Kristol’s Hot Take

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