Cultural appropriation week continues with CHINA! And apparently Japan. Jared is, after all, a gaysha. Or is it geisha? NotGaysha? I’m confused.
It was a jam-packed show as usual. Steven gave the update on the Mashable situation. If you’re unaware of what happened, here’s the skinny: an overly-sensitive liberal ninny (redundant, but go with it) over at Mashable got their diapers all in a bunch when Steven’s hit video Debunking The Myth of Democratic Socialism spread like the herpes. So, in pure democratic fashion, Mashable petitioned the government, put it up to a vote, then decided they were being silly about bits of their video being rebutted in Steven’s. Or so it would have been in a logical, parallel universe.
Mashable asked YouTube to remove it. YouTube did. Steven, unlike Mashable, strapped on his big boy pants and fought back. Lawyered up. Offered to take Mashable to court. They wet themselves. Video back up.
Steven also addressed Lena Dunham’s unintentionally ironic “rape is bad” video. Because yes, rape is bad. Lena Dunham, though? She faked rape. And molested her sister. Hence the ironic part.
Be sure to watch to the end of the show where Steven goes macro, explains how the middle class is far from dead, but thriving. Good stuff. Truly.
- Tommy Robinson from the UK came on to tell us his harrowing tale of living in a country without free speech, but plenty of irate Muslims. Who nearly killed him. What else do you expect from peaceful Muslims?
- Matt Iseman of America Ninja Warrior was on to talk politics, Trump, and Ninja-ness. Obviously. Also, we think he’s a conservative. Sorry for outing you, Matt. But be real. You came on the show. It’s out.
- We had a surprise call from Jeffery from Baltimore. It was…well. Interesting.
- Lastly, Courtney Kirchoff came on to talk about the radical ruling the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on guns. And to mock Lena Dunham. Easy target.
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