Tim Pool is an American journalist, YouTuber, and political commentator best known for livestreaming the Occupy Wall Street protests. He was covered by Fast Company and Wired, then later joined Vice Media producing and hosting content as well as developing new methods of reporting. Tim joined Fusion TV as Director of Media innovation and Senior Correspondent. He is a co-founder of Tagg.ly.
Tim and guest Drew Holden (@DrewHolden360 on Twitter) join forces to discuss breaking news about Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death, and all the questions it raises about the SCOTUS, the potential for civil war, the immediate reaction from conservatives, an actress voices support for Trump and the silent majority is real, Tim has an epiphany and the two close with talk of home schooling. Support the show (http://Timcast.com/donate)
Tim and Ian are back for another great weeknight conversation about Bob Barr mulling sedition charges for rioters, why the Portland riots stopped, who is sympathetic for the rioting lawyers who face serious prison time, the Milwaukee man who was arrested for the crime of having a mob on his front lawn, and the cost - and true cost - of the riots. Finally, another sheriff switches parties from Democrat to Republican. Support the show (http://Timcast.com/donate)
Tim and Ian discuss how Lancaster is an example of what happens when violent rioters are arrested firmly and charged duly, how the mainstream media chooses sides, how the rioting affects voters, which side will accept the results of the election, Pelosi-gate, and the story of students who wanted to commemorate 9/11 with thin blue and thin red line American flags. Support the show (http://Timcast.com/donate)
Tim and guest Dr. Colin Wright, PhD, evolutionary biologist, (@swipewright on Twitter) discuss the cultural shift, starting with an article about a teacher who handed out a cartoon comparing modern police to colonizers and KKK members, then move on to discuss the shifting nature of the postmodern intersectional mindset, women's sports, sex vs gender, race and genetics, and possible futures. Support the show (http://Timcast.com/donate)
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Mar 9th, 1986
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
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3 weeks, 1 day
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