As a possible civil war looms in South Africa, the country teeters toward oblivion. It’s become the equivalent of Zimbabwe 2.0. More from Black Pigeon Speaks.
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Megyn Kelly (Host, The Megyn Kelly Show) about being cancelled, the dishonesty of the New York Times, mainstream media bias, her opinions on Joy Behar’s blackface controversy, and debunking the myths of battles over Supreme Court Justices. Megyn gives her honest feelings on the seeming hypocrisy and double standards in the mainstream media on issues like race.
She points out how she was canceled and attacked for asking questions about blackface while Joy Behar who dressed as an African-American woman for Halloween is given a free pass. She was destroyed for asking if the intent mattered, meanwhile Chris Rock doesn’t fault Jimmy Fallon’s blackface impression of him because he understands the intent. Megyn gives her take on the state of media bias and journalism as well as her opinions on polarizing news anchors like Rachel Maddow and Tucker Carlson.
Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden proclaims that if elected, he will get to work on Day 1 to heal the racial division in America. Only problem is, Day 1 came 44 years ago, followed by six terms in the U.S. Senate and eight years as vice-president. So what does he have to show for 44 years of service? Absolutely nothing. Fox News’ Sean Hannity details Biden’s less-than-illustrious record.