Bernie Sanders, Jussie Smollet, and More – Hardly Strictly Politics – 28

Bernie Sanders has announced his candidacy. Buckle up, Dear Lister.


We begin this episode by explaining what is going on with the 60 Minutes interview with McCabe. As always, Russ has to say offer on the matter, and we discuss the axiomatic treatment given to the investigation by those perpetrating it.

Bernie Sanders enters the race

We called it accurately in HSP 27 when we predicted the heavy hitters would start throwing their names in the hat. Bernie Sanders has declared his candidacy for the Democratic 2020 primaries. In this section, we discuss many things about Bernie Sanders, such as his candle-apple red Audi and his penchant for the poverty of others.


Afterward, we hit Venezuela. The crisis continues, not surprisingly. Maduro has ramped up his efforts to suppress aid to his countrymen by lighting multiple aid trucks afire along the Columbian border.

Jussie Smollett

Another topic this finally expired this week is with regard to Jussie Smollett. Not surprisingly, it turns out that there aren’t rednecks roving the streets of Chicago with nooses and bottles of bleach throughout the night. We discuss the media’s reaction, as well as many other topics.

Leftist Lies

This leads us to another topic regarding the lies of the left. We discuss a number of leftist lies over the years, ranging from Smollett to Christina Ford.

Senator Fienstein

In a rather humorous turn of events, Feinstien decided it would be a productive endeavor to engage a group of grade school children on the topic of planetary climate change. After musing on this subject for a while, we move on to segment 3.

Grab Bag Special

Finally, we close the show with some feedback and a Grab Bag Special. This week’s GBS is Andrew Yang’s appearance on the Joe Rogan show.

Full post coming in the next day or two. In the meantime, topics covered in order:

-Bernie Senders enters the race
-Jussie Smollett
-Leftist Lies
-Senator Fienstein

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