Justice Democrats, Spygate, Biden, and More – Hardly Strictly Politics – 32

AOC cruised passed a police officer

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY)
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In episode 32 of Hardly Strictly Politics, Luke and Russ cover this week’s news in culture, philosophy, politics and everything in between. Specifically, and most notable for this week, is Justice Democrats.

Justice Democrats

First, we begin the show by covering the Justice Democrats. For those not aware, the Justice Dems are a PAC which served as the primary fund-raiser for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

You may have heard in the news about some possible nefarious behavior on part of AOC’s campaign chair, Saikat Chakrabarti. In doing some investigation, and as well a video sent to us be a Dear Listener, we unearthed a far more concerning development than campaign finance fraud.

Afterward, we move into a break, which we use as an opportunity to play “Mr Reagan”‘s YouTube video exposing AOC and Justice Democrats.

Following the break, we hit updates and corrections.

Mueller report and Spygate

Moving on, the Mueller report dropped this week. This comes after 2 years of “investigation”. Indeed, Luke and Russ covered this beginning all the way back in Hardly Strictly Politics episode 1. While the Mueller didn’t produce any real findings of collusions, make no mistake: nothing will stop the left from moving forward with additional accusations.

After Spygate, we proceed forth into break 2, which is a debate between a Proud Boy named “Based hobo” and a member of Antifa. We were thinking about using this for Grab Bag Special, but considering how black-pilling this week already was, we chose to use this as break audio instead.

Feedback, BOTS, and GBS

Finally, we hit feedback, BOTS, and Grab Bag Special in segment 3. This week for GBS special we chose the Dave Rubin interview of Jocko Willink. We generally like Jocko Willink, and therefore were really excited for this interview.

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