PRIMO RADICAL #236: Jimmy Dore

Get ready for 4th of July fireworks! Jimmy Dore lets loose on Kyle Kulinski of Secular Talk, Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian of The Young Turks (TYT), Howie Hawkins and more. This is one you aren’t gonna want to miss!

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  1. I realized why I never like Kyle K. When he tries to be funny he goes into that squeaky annoying cutesy voice thing. Just like Rachel Maddow. He's a phony. Period.

  2. I am Floridian 4th gen. I have guns for days. I listen to left right middle because I enjoy different views , I love Jimmy Dore, I would have voted for Tulsi and I've never voted before. The division it the killer for all.

  3. I'd love to know the 243 people who, at this point, Disliked this video – vs the 4,500 who Liked it.

    TYT is going DOWN.

    And who's to blame? … Cenk Uygur. … If he came out and MADE IT A POINT to try and destroy TYT, he couldn't have done a better job. Well done, Cenk. You have the thanks of many.

  4. 1:30 I like Jimmy Dore but he is wrong in thinking we can end homelessness with 20 billion dollars. The problem with homelessness isn't the amount of money that is being thrown at it, the problems are the perverse incentives built into the system. The business model is essentially a vicious cycle where more homelessness breeds more government money.

  5. Thank you Jimmy for finally calling out Krystal ball about her corrupt past running a PAC and fundraising hundreds of thousands of dollars into her own pocket. No one's been willing to call her out on that and she has yet to own up to it

  6. I would love Jimmy to respond to TLAV. I know Jimmy was hurt by Pfizer. People need to start speaking up against this crime against humanity leading us towards the great reset. I get why Jimmy took down the video from YouTube, but he could do humanity a service and direct his audience to TLAV, for a conversation about the real possibility of harms being surprised by MSM and tech platforms.