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February 10, 2021 123 min
An article published by Axios discusses how to deprogram America’s right-wing “extremists." A social credit system is coming, where data such as your phone type and internet history may be used by banks for financial decisions. Reactions to Jeep’s Super Bowl commercial about unity aren’t promising. Journalist Andy Ngo joins to discuss his new book, “Unmasked," and the Los Angeles Times’ smear campaign against him. Professional ASL interpreter Heather Mewshaw joins to discuss how she was targeted for her conservative views by Time and why she left the White House. Mark Cuban's Dallas Mavericks are not playing the national anthem before games. What is the real goal of the impeachment trial? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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