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The Carl Jackson Podcast
Carl Jackson was born and raised in Los Angeles, California by his mother and father until the age of 11 when his mother died unexpectedly of a chronic illness. Carl attempted to find his way as the youngest of six who were lost without the strength of their matriarch. He moved back and forth between L.A and Orlando, FL trying to find his way in life. With the help of family and friends he was introduced to hard work, faith, and family values. However, as a struggling teen he wandered down the path of least resistance, finding himself in jail twice and with a child he had to fight to...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 2,231 ratings
Finally! Someone finally tells the truth about gender does Storia! Walt Has finally provided real data about this transgender situation. I really hope he reaches out tomorrow more people so that we can stop propaganda and destruction of our children by the leftist and China
Mari4Ears via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/06/22
Thank you for your passion!
Your honesty of the truth is so revealing ,refreshing and brave in these times. You express yourself with God in your heart.
sweethean via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/03/22
I heard about Carl Jackson from Dennis Prager’s podcast. I appreciate Carl’s podcast on bringing forward the facts. However, he does put emotion into his broadcasts because he is passionate about getting out the information. We, as Americans, NEED the truth!
jessicaspear via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/27/22
Recent Episodes
This is the most in depth and thorough podcast you will hear on Brittney Griner’s Russian imprisonment. In this episode Carl argues that Griner isn’t imprisoned or being mistreated in Russia because she’s black, female and lesbian. She’s being treated better than average Americans would be if...
Published 08/16/22
Topics: In this episode Carl explains the history of the Sedition and Espionage Act and President Woodrow Wilson’s attempt to use propaganda to squash dissent during WW1 even going so far as silencing and jailing free speech advocates who expressed vocal and written consent. The federal...
Published 08/15/22
Published 08/15/22
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