Taiwanese PROTEST Pelosi's visit, Speaker risks WWIII for EGO? Briahna Joy Gray & Robby Soave

Briahna Joy Gray: Andrew Yang's BIG strategic MISTAKE

Fox News, NBA dump VAX MANDATES. Public health benefit of shots OVERSTATED: Bri & Robby

Activists OUTRAGED at LA Homeless ban on school grounds: Panel DEBATES

ACLU backs RACIST admissions policy? SCOTUS to hear HUGE Harvard affirmative action case

Whoopi Goldberg wants Biden to forgive student debt after realizing OLD PEOPLE have it: Bri & Robby

Alex Jones Blames NEW WORLD ORDER for Sandy Hook defamation trial

MAGA candidates SWEEP Arizona primaries: Julia Manchester

CNN profits NOSEDIVE as network struggles to stay relevant, Find a post-2016 audience: Bri & Robby

08/03/22

Taiwanese PROTEST Pelosi’s visit, Speaker risks WWIII for EGO? Briahna Joy Gray & Robby Soave

Senior advisor of the Institute for American Studies, Shanghai, weighs in on Nancy Pelosi’s arrival in Taiwan, and the Biden administration’s potential perception of the visit.

In this photo released by the Taiwan Presidential Office, U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, left, and Taiwanese President President Tsai Ing-wen wave during a meeting in Taipei, Taiwan, Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2022. U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, meeting top officials in Taiwan despite warnings from China, said Wednesday that she and other congressional leaders in a visiting delegation are showing they will not abandon their commitment to the self-governing island. (Taiwan Presidential Office via AP)


Briahna Joy Gray: Andrew Yang’s BIG strategic MISTAKE

Briahna Joy Gray makes the case that Andrew Yang’s Forward Party must denounce war and shun corporate money.

Andrew Yang arrives at the Gold House Gala on Saturday, May 21, 2022, at Vibiana in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)


Fox News, NBA dump VAX MANDATES. Public health benefit of shots OVERSTATED: Bri & Robby

Briahna Joy Gray and Robby Soave discuss COVID vaccine rules at Fox News and in the NBA.

According to the CDC all COVID-19 vaccines currently available in the United States are effective at preventing COVID-19. Getting sick with COVID-19 can offer some protection from future illness, sometimes called “natural immunity,” but the level of protection people get from having COVID-19 may vary depending on how mild or severe their illness was, the time since their infection, and their age.

Getting a COVID-19 vaccination is also a safer way to build protection than getting sick with COVID-19. COVID-19 vaccination helps protect you by creating an antibody response without you having to experience sickness.

Getting vaccinated yourself may also protect people around you, particularly people at increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19. Getting sick with COVID-19 can cause severe illness or death, and we can’t reliably predict who will have mild or severe illness. If you get sick, you can spread COVID-19 to others. You can also continue to have long-term health issues after COVID-19 infection.

While COVID-19 vaccines are effective, studies have shown some declines in vaccine effectiveness against infections over time, especially when the Delta variant was circulating widely.


Activists OUTRAGED at LA Homeless ban on school grounds: Panel DEBATES

Movement lawyer Olayemi Olurin and Newsweek contributor Denise Long weigh in on a new Los Angeles City Council vote to expand the city’s anti-camping law to ban homeless encampments within 500 feet of schools and daycares.


ACLU backs RACIST admissions policy? SCOTUS to hear HUGE Harvard affirmative action case

Briahna Joy Gray and Robby Soave discuss a new amicus brief that was filed by the ACLU of Massachusetts and North Carolina calling to protect universities’ ability to consider race in their admission processes.


Whoopi Goldberg wants Biden to forgive student debt after realizing OLD PEOPLE have it: Bri & Robby

Briahna Joy Gray and Robby Soave react to Whoopi Goldberg’s push for student debt cancellation.


Alex Jones Blames NEW WORLD ORDER for Sandy Hook defamation trial

Briahna Joy Gray and Robby Soave discuss what parents of victims in the Sandy Hook school shooting are saying about Alex Jones at his defamation trial.

Alex Jones arrives at the Travis County Courthouse in Austin, Texas, on July 26, 2022, with a piece of tape over his mouth that reads “Save the 1st.” Although Jones portrays the lawsuit against him as an assault on the First Amendment, the parents who sued him say his statements were so malicious and obviously false that they fell well outside the bounds of speech protected by the constitutional clause. (Briana Sanchez/Austin American-Statesman via AP, Pool, File)


MAGA candidates SWEEP Arizona primaries: Julia Manchester

Political reporter at The Hill, Julia Manchester, recaps yesterday’s Arizona primary elections.


CNN profits NOSEDIVE as network struggles to stay relevant, Find a post-2016 audience: Bri & Robby

Briahna Joy Gray and Robby Soave react to CNN’s profits being expected to fall below the $1 billion mark for the first time since 2016.

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