Okay, Despite Leftist Bias
If you’re wondering if NPR types could find a way to force leftist dogma into a topic as seemingly apolitical as Jeffrey Epstein, believe me, they did so at many points. The last episode I listened to was particularly bad. It seemed to be about 80% spewing leftist talking points on the criminal justice system, and 20% about the Epstein case. The unholy religion of leftism aside, there’s still enough decent parts to make this an okay podcast. I just roll my eyes when they are pushing their propaganda and wait until they get back to just talking about basic facts about the Epstein case. Another slight annoyance is how they repeatedly state as fact that Epstein committed suicide. The possibility that he was murdered was dismissed as a “conspiracy theory,” a term that is only meant to thoughtlessly end discussion. Nobody disputes that Epstein conspired with others to commit his many crimes. But if you want to dismiss an idea you don’t like, but lack the facts and logic to refute it, you can always just thoughtlessly attach a negative label to it, as they did in this podcast.
Matt-GI via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/05/20
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I have to give a 1-Star review because of the creepy artwork. I’m pulling my phone out in public, and every stranger thinks I have an Epstein obsession. Bad form!
chadillacgrillz via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/13/19
This guy was sick. His co-conspirators really need to be called out and prosecuted. It’s a very interesting story. Looking forward to it unfolding over the weeks ahead. It’s too short...an hour (or so) length would make this podcast even better. Update: This podcast is not well done. It’s...Read full review »
CEA1962! via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/21/19
This show has a lot of potential. Looking forward to what they put out!
Draynap via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/10/19
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