The American Mind Podcast: The Roundtable Episode #34
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Mind Control, 93% Effective! | The Roundtable Ep. 34
Your eyes do not deceive you. Violent rioting has gripped the streets of American cities; more and more homeless are pouring out onto the sidewalks; and we have entered the era of rule by Karen. Turn on your TV, though, and you’ll be told none of this is happening because…Orange Man Bad! Our editors cut through the lies to get at what’s really going on.
Your Lyin’ Eyes | The Roundtable Ep. 34 Segment 1
“Experts” in and out of government thought they had perfected data manipulation in 2016, and since then they’ve refused to adapt even as their methods have continued to fail. Data fatigue has set in, and expertise mongers are indignant to discover that people no longer trust their elite presuppositions about how life oughta be. Timestamp: 0:43
Hypocritical Hollywood | The Roundtable Ep. 34 Segment 2
In its latest act of self-immolation, the Academy is demanding that films live up to racial and gender quotas to be considered for an Oscar. This won’t save Hollywood from its slow, fiery death, of course. Our editors discuss the future of art, and where true storytelling will go to escape the woke hoard. Timestamp: 23:34
Critical Race Theory | The Roundtable Ep. 34 Segment 3
Critical race theory has gotten its claws into the American bureaucracy. Trainings are held covertly to teach you that you are a horrible person and must cede all authority to someone else who is more of a victim than you are. It must be stopped–our editors discuss how. Timestamp: 44:09