Fearless with Jason Whitlock

Fearless with Jason Whitlock

Celebrated journalist Jason Whitlock and his cast of "Fearless Soldiers" protect the realm of common sense and challenge the groupthink mandated by elites. Listen Monday through Friday for the most fearless conversation at the crossroads of culture, faith, sports, and comedy.

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September 29, 2022 81 min

Since its acquisition by Disney, ESPN has “lost the plot.” Diversity, inclusion, and equity have taken the place of straightforward news media coverage. ESPN sports broadcaster Malika Andrews checks the boxes under the D.I.E. requirements. On Wednesday, ESPN’s queen faced “blacklash” on social media for her criticism of the Boston Celtics' new head coach, Joe Mazzulla, as well as her failed attempt to publicly scold Stephen A. ...

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Last week, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones lamented on how great it would be if Cooper Rush played so well while Dak Prescott is out with an injury that they’d have a quarterback controversy in Big D. Looks like Jerry might get his wish. Rush moved to 2-0 as Dallas’ starter with a win over the Giants during Monday Night Football, and it has Jason asking the question: Is Cooper Rush a better option than Dak Prescott? "Fearless" so...

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Lamar Jackson has yet to receive a contract extension from the Baltimore Ravens, but that hasn’t slowed his 2022 season. Jackson has accounted for every touchdown the team has scored this season and is on pace to surpass his stats from his 2019 MVP season, arguably one the greatest seasons ever for an NFL quarterback. What is driving Jackson? Jason believes Lamar isn’t only a rare breed athletically, but he’s a rare breed in today’...

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In this week’s hottest fire-starters, we set the sports world ablaze! Joe Burrow is more than an athlete, and sadly it seems he’s contracted “Kap Disease.” Kyler Murray is the NFL’s Allen Iverson and this is not high praise. Stephen A. doing Stephen A. things, plus DOn Lemon gets owned.

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Almost immediately after the news broke surrounding Boston’s Ime Udoka’s impending suspension for multiple sexual relationships with women in the Celtics' organization, the refrain on social media became "but what about Brett Favre?" Former NFL QB Robert Griffin III went as far to say that if you have a bigger problem with an adulterous NBA coach than an accused former NFL fraudster, you are part of the problem. Jason r...

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Almost immediately when the news broke of Boston Celtics head coach Ime Udoka facing a one-year suspension over at least one extramarital affair with a team staff member, the question became, "Why such a harsh punishment?" The NBA recently banned Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver for the same amount of time over repeated racist and sexist behavior. Cue Stephen A. Smith. The ESPN blowhard immediately decided racism was the mo...

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Kaepernick disease is a deadly form of arrogance, shallowness, narcissism, and wokeness. The disease is triggered when agents, handlers, and media influencers convince young athletes their mission is to be more than athletes. Jason believes it just may be what’s ailing Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow’s 2022 season. There is no vaccine, but if diagnosed early, it can be treated. That was not the case for NFL flame-outs lik...

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CNN’s Don Lemon attempted to use a discussion about the British monarchy to call for reparations because of England’s colonial past. His guest, Hilary Fordwich, immediately flipped the slavery reparations narrative around and silenced Lemon. Jason says that even though Lemon went speechless on the matter, reparations is a conversation that America needs to have. “We need to discuss reparations in America. It’s a critical issue that...

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Kyler Murray’s monetary value to the NFL far surpasses his physical stature in the league. Murray’s athleticism is hypnotic and can be replicated only within the binary world of video games. It reminds Jason of another athlete with dynamic skills in a diminutive package, NBA star Allen Iverson. “Right now, Kyler Murray is football’s Allen Iverson. You might read that analogy as high praise. It’s not,” Jason says. “Iverson won an MV...

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Jason brought the heat in this week’s Firestarters. Torching former Fox Sports colleague Shannon Sharpe for his attack on Brett Favre, Joe Biden for leading the way for the Black KKK and Viola Davis’ latest film ‘The Woman King’ for its rewriting of history to further the black matriarchal and BLM agenda.


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The marketing campaign for "The Woman King" says it's based on true events. Jason says it's actually a work of make-believe carefully crafted in the BLM factory in Hollywood. “Factual history tells a much different story than the fantasy spun in 'The Woman King.' In the movie, General Nanisca convinces King Ghezo to abandon the slave trade and the female warriors thwart the white colonizers. It’s all fantasy...

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Pro Football Hall of Famer Brett Favre has emerged as a key figure in a state of Mississippi welfare fraud scandal, and it’s caused Fox Sports’ Shannon Sharpe to lose his mind. Sharpe’s rambling tirade manages to include Terrell Owens, Donald Trump, and EBT cards. Jason says Sharpe’s commentary exposes him as a hypocrite and a racist. “This is what happens when you act black and live white.” Jason goes point for point on Sharpe'...

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Over the last 70 years, partially in reaction to the murder of Emmett Till, white people have been programmed to reduce their racial animus toward black people. Democrats won’t tell black people that historical fact. They keep black voters loyal by telling them that nothing has changed since 1955. Decades of leftist policies have bred racial hatred, driven fathers from the home, replaced God with government, and created the black K...

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Another day, another rapper dead. PnB Rock was gunned down during a robbery attempt at a restaurant in Los Angeles. Jason asks the question: Is being a rapper the deadliest job on the planet? The first lady of "Fearless," Shemeka Michelle, joins the show to offer her thoughts on the matter and to discuss Hillary Clinton’s conversation with Megan Thee Stallion and Eminem’s #1 spot on the Christian music charts. Steve Kim is ...

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Sunday Night Football was supposed to be like "Top Gun: Maverick" for the football fans. America’s quarterback, Tom Brady, vs. America’s team, the Dallas Cowboys. But for Cowboys fans, it was just a rerun of the horror show that has been Dak Prescott’s tenure in Big D. The Cowboys couldn’t manage a touchdown, and an injured Prescott exited the game to a chorus of boos and a shower of trash from the fans. Jason says the Cowb...

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South Carolina coach Dawn Staley canceled a series of games with BYU following allegations of racism against the Cougars fans. Jason exposes her hypocrisy and suggests a different team she should cancel if she actually cared about her team’s well-being. Memphis is a murderous hellscape. Why has the “Birthplace of Rock & Roll” become the final resting place for so many? Jason connects the dots between the culture and the killing...

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Weeks following Duke volleyball player Rachel Richardson’s allegations of racial comments during a match at BYU, the Cougar administration has concluded they never happened. In a statement, BYU officials said they weren’t able to corroborate Richardson’s claim and even lifted the ban on the special-needs fan whom Richardson and her teammates tried to pin the incident on. Jason and "Fearless" soldier T.J. Moe review statemen...

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Memphis, Tennessee, is one of the most dangerous places on the planet. Last week, 34-year-old mother and kindergarten teacher Eliza Fletcher was kidnapped and murdered by a convicted felon while out jogging. On Wednesday, a 19-year-old repeat offender livestreamed his murderous rampage on Facebook. What has turned the birthplace of rock and roll into the epicenter of urban violence? “When trying to make sense of the criminal violen...

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Following last week’s phantom racist incident at the BYU-Duke volleyball match, South Carolina women’s basketball coach Dawn Staley unilaterally decided that playing BYU posed too much of an emotional threat to her players and canceled a home game and home series with the Cougars. Jason says Staley’s emotional tantrum was nothing more than self-serving virtue-signaling. “The truth is Dawn Staley canceled South Carolina’s women’s ba...

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Duke Volleyball’s Rachel Richardson sparked controversy when she claimed a BYU fan repeatedly called her the N-word; turns out she may be the new Jussie Smollett. In the most bizarre speech in American presidential history, Joe Biden did his best Hitler impersonation and declared war on half of America. Plus, Aaron Rodgers made headlines with Joe Rogan when he admitted to intentionally misleading the NFL over his vaccination status...

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