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Conservatives In Hollywood

Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Andrew Klavan from the Daily Wire about what the life of Hollywood conservatives is really like, how inflation and high crime can be turned around, and how the beliefs of Black Lives Matter harm those they claim to protect.

In this clip Andrew discusses the danger of the political bubble that most of the liberal elite confine themselves to. He explains how this only exacerbates political tribalism and political polarization. Andrew also shares what it was like to know so many secret conservatives and closeted Republicans in Hollywood and the damage done by groups like the Friends of Abe staying secret.




Here’s a second clip where Andrew discusses why the Trump phenomenon should not have surprised anyone. Many Trump supporters had either been insulted or ignored by politicians over the past few decades. He explains why Glenn Youngkin’s victory is so significant and conservatives should not despair.

He discusses how America has had rampant inflation before and rising crime in major cities like NY. That is usually when leaders like Rudy Giuliani or Ronald Reagan are able to come in and impose real positive change. He describes how even his Democrat parents voted for Giuliani because they saw the results of his policies. Andrew shares his thoughts on Jordan Peterson and the importance of morality and finding meaning in your life.




We close with Andrew Klavan discussing Black Lives Matter and how that Marxist organization harms the black community. Andrew discusses why morality and Christianity are so central to his life and the dangers of not thinking through one’s beliefs. He gives the example of BLM, which advocates for the lives of the black community, but seems completely unaware of how their policies damage the very community they claim to care about. Andrew also describes the importance of freedom and individual rights and why science as a religion has failed.




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