This week’s podcast looks at the final presidential debate, the panic among Democrats about GOP post-election shenanigans, the panic in the media about Jeffrey Toobin’s Zoom shenanigans, the feud between Lou Dobbs and Lindsey Graham, and how Sacha Baron Cohen may have just helped make Joe Biden president.
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This week, the MPU hosts look at why Trump’s latest executive orders will not advance the cause of pandemic relief and why Cardi B’s new song about women’s sexual power does advance modern day feminism. EXPLICIT CONTENT!
This week the gang talks about Trump’s threat to delay the election, how and why the the postmaster general is trying to weaken the postal service, the war on TikTok, the demon sperm doctor who endorsed hydroxychloroquine, and the hosts make their best guesses as to why Joe Biden’s vp announcement was delayed.
This week’s podcast looks at the highly suspicious federal agents being unleashed on the streets of Portland and the highly suspicious President being unleashed on Chris Wallace and Fox News.
This week’s MPU podcast looks at how millennials on TikTok turned Trump’s Tulsa rally into a low-turnout debacle, the new John Bolton book PR debacle for the administration, and how the Supreme Court continues to defy expectations with surprisingly fair-minded decisions.
This week’s podcast looks at the powerful voices of comedians Dave Chappelle, Jay Pharoah and other celebrities in the black community, and the now unfortunate voice of JK Rowling as it relates to the trans community. Then we turn our attention to all things politics as the growing chasm between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.
This week’s podcast features comedian Ward Anderson as he and the gang discuss the ongoing Black Lives Matter protests, the Lindsey Graham “Lady G” rumors, and some common misconceptions about the 2020 presidential race.
This MPU podcast catches up with the 2020 presidential race as Democrats line up to endorse Joe Biden. Then the hosts look at the week in the world of Coronavirus, and how it’s changing their own lives.
This episode looks at the economic impact of the coronavirus and the controversial decision to hold the Wisconsin primary during that state’s stay-at-home lockdown. Then the hosts share what necessities of life they have learned to buy online while sheltering in place.