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4 Feb, 2022 01:19

Jimmy Dore on Rogan, Covid & Death of free speech in US

The CEO of Spotify has spoken about the company’s decision to retain the Joe Rogan Experience on their platform despite the calls to “cancel” Joe Rogan over the unpopular or forbidden ideas of some of his guests. Jimmy Dore of the Jimmy Dore Show joins Scottie Nell Hughes to discuss. He says Neil Young “looks like a hippie but talks like a fed” and characterizes the anti-Spotify crusade he began as “rockers for censorship.” He says that “the answer to bad speech is better speech” and that censorship is never advisable.

President Biden is in New York City speaking with officials about rising crime and announcing his “National Ghost Gun Initiatives.” Using these untraceable guns without serial numbers in the commission of a crime will henceforth involve additional federal charges to more harshly punish criminals. RT America's Natasha Sweatte reports. Then “Watching the Hawks” host Tyrel Ventura and conservative commentator Melik Abdul join Scottie Nell Hughes to discuss the Biden administration’s gun control efforts and perceived softness on crime.

Plus, Canadian attorney Dimitri Lascaris joins to discuss the possibility of a looming military crackdown on the “Freedom Convoy” that has disrupted life in the Canadian capital for days and sharply divided opinions across North America.

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