Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks about Press Secretary Jen Psaki’s willingness to lie about the concept of time, the growing nationwide vaccine mandate backlash, Netflix’s changing course on defending Dave Chapelle, and Pfizer’s major conflict of interest. First, Dave shares a clip of Jen Psaki arguing with Fox News’ Peter Doocy about the most basic facts concerning the late-night flights of migrant children into the state of New York. Psaki also minimizes the supply chain problems causing empty shelves for many Americans. Vaccine mandate protests appear to be growing. The Chicago police department deadline for officers to submit to Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s vaccine mandate has passed, but few have submitted their proof of vaccination as the fight heads to court. Meanwhile San Francisco Health Officials have shut down the indoor dining of In-N-Out Burger for refusing to check the vaccination status of their customers. Netflix Co-Chief Executive Ted Sarandos is backtracking his defense of the Dave Chappelle special “The Closer”. While initially defending the special after a Netflix trans employee started a protest against the company, he now appears to be walking that back saying that he “screwed up”. Will Netflix bow to the cancel culture mob and remove the special? Finally, Dave shares a video that puts a spotlight on Pfizer’s conflict of interest with the news media that has been hiding in front of our eyes the whole time. Can we really expect honest reporting of Big Pharma when so many news programs are sponsored by Pfizer?
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