“Our senile guy can’t perform for hours on a livestream debate with a host who will ask serious questions and a merciless opponent. Let’s attack the host!”
Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti react to Sunny Hostin’s comments against a Joe Rogan moderated debate between Trump and Joe Biden.
That would be hilarious.
Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti react to the news that Trump is open to having podcast host Joe Rogan as a debate moderator for one of the presidential debates.
James Lindsay is arguably the best critic of the modern totalitarian left there is. This lays it all out pretty well.
Bret Weinstein is far, far more centrist than I am, but this interview is worth watching. His characterization of the critical theory left as “neo-Maoist” and how the anarchist left has been overrun by them is spot on. What we need is a “Maoism-free” anarchist movement that also manages to avoid the “libertarian to alt-right pipeline” from the other end of the spectrum or co-optation by centrist establishmentarianism.
Michael A. Wood, Jr. is a retired Baltimore police officer and veteran of the USMC. He recently made the news for publicly speaking out against police brutality and has become a proponent of a new era of policing.
Krystal and Saagar discuss Joe Rogan’s comments on Joe Biden, comparing him to a broken school house with poor infrastructure, discuss Biden’s #SOULSaturday this weekend, which shows a similar messaging strategy as Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Kulinski correctly points out that Sanders’ is as popular as he is not because of his supposed “hard left” fans, but because of his appeal to independents, swing voters even disaffected Trumpians. Populism and radical centrism are to the left of neoliberalism. Predictably, I’ve heard some from the SJW/Antifa crowd denounce Joe Rogan as a “fascist.”