Episode

8/18: The Nazi Administration with Cliff Schecter & Dennis Miller: Even Less Funny With Andy Kindler

August 18, 2017

Cliff Schecter discusses whether or not Republicans finally turning on Trump? Why removing confederate statues are important but not the main issue. The tactical mistake Nancy Pelosi made. Forcing the Republican leadership to denounce Donald Trump’s racism. Susan Bro, says she is not going to speak with Trump anymore. Steve Bannon’s double game. Is Steve Bannon out. The ACLU will no longer defend armed protestors. Should the ACLU stop defending the speech rights of Nazis and is there ever a time to protect free speech.

Andy Kindler, reviews some delusional racism on Fox News. Melissa Francis wines about not being able to defend racists and racism. Steve Bannon is out and wha tif he wrote for Seinfeld. Bill O’Reilly and Dennis Miller do a “hilarious bit”. Dennis Miller is deflated and probably a sociopath.

Heather Heyer’s mother Susan Bro, won’t meet with Donald Trump. Crowd turns themselves in solidarity in Durham over the statue toppling. The terrorist attacks in Spain, leads Trump to bring back his favorite mad cup war crime. Richard Spencer on Israeli news and your calls and IMs.

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