Batya Ungar-Sargon, Deputy Opinion Editor at Newsweek and author of Bad News: How the Woke Media is Undermining Democracy, talks about Elon Musk’s history of complying with Communist China.
Ilya Shaprio, author of Supreme Disorder, talks with Matt Lewis about his in-artful “lesser black woman” tweet, and what it’s like when the world turns against you.
indy Li, supporter of Joe Biden, and a candidate to be a 2020 DNC delegate, talks with Matt about being abused by Bernie Bros, and why Biden should pick Kamala Harris as his running mate.
Writer and comedian Bridget Phetasy discusses her time as Playboy’s sex columnist, her Twitter addiction, overcoming rape and drug abuse, the problem with victimhood, why self censorship is bad, and what it’s like to be politically homeless.
After Matt tweeted about Joe Biden exaggerating about “Jim Crow sneaking back in,” Eugene Scott penned a response column, titled: “Joe Biden evoked Jim Crow when discussing current voting laws. He’s not wrong.” On today’s podcast, Scott, who writes about identity politics for The Fix at The Washington Post, talks with Matt about the uproar–and the legacy of Jim Crow.
Republican strategist Liz Mair discusses Devin Nunes’s lawsuits against her.