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This week on the podcast, we have dueling town halls from the Trump and Biden campaigns, Dianne Feinstein can't read the room yet again, and things are setting up to be disastrous in the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. In Hollywood, there was a stand-off with police at Paramount and Trial of the Chicago 7 is released, and we talk about the World Series and who can claim to be title town between Los Angeles and Tampa Bay.
This week on the podcast, the FBI arrest 13 in connection with a plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett begins in the Senate, and we discuss how much we can really trust anything from the White House about Trump's coronavirus status. In the race for the White House, Joe Biden has huge and historic leads, and could win in places unthought of before like Texas, Georgia, and the Villages? Finally the Lakers are NBA champs, and we talk the latest news in this NFL season.
This week on the podcast, in one of the most unbelievable weeks in the history of the Presidency, Trump tests positive for COVID and has to go to the hospital. We talk about all of it including the myriad of staff who tested positive, the Rose Garden event where at least 8 have gotten infected, and this on top of Trump's taxes and Melania's war on Christmas. We also touch on coronavirus fears, the grand jury in the death of Breonna Taylor, and a happy anniversary in Sportsball.
This week on the podcast, we pushed the recording and jump in right at the end of the first presidential debate between Trump and Biden. We talk about every angle on that shit show, before talking about Trump nominating Amy Coney Barrett, saying he might not leave office, and the huge New York Times story about his taxes. We close by talking about the injustice in Louisville as Breonna Taylor gets less justice than a wall.
This week on the podcast, we start by talking about the legacy of Ruth Bader-Ginsburg and her incredible life, and after a proper amount of respect we move on to the political ramifications. Scientific American endorses a Presidential candidate for the first time in history, We discuss the sale of Tik Tok to Oracle and all that goes with that, the latest in cornonavirus as we approach 200,000 deaths, and finish with some Sportsball.