Episode

12/6 Will Alabama Send a Predator to the Senate? w/ Dave Weigel

December 6, 2017

The Washington Post’s Dave Weigel, explains why Doug Jones might pull off an upset in Alabama. Roy Moore’s strength of support and what it reveals about Alabama and Republicans. What can Doug Jones do now? And does Steve Bannon wear so many clothes?

And depression historian does the perfect Cable news segment.

On The Fun Half: Atlanta reporter does a perfect takedown of a racist twitter troll, the team breaks it down. How to get on Dave Rubin’s email. Joe Rogan backs Seder, but in an odd way. Joe Rogan and Sam Harris’s bad ideas. State Rep comes out for rent control and your calls and IMs.

Cast: Sam Seder (@samseder), Michael Brooks (@_michaelbrooks) Matt Lech (@mattlech), Jamie Peck (@jamie_elizabeth), Brenden Finn (@BF1nn)

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