The debate over the woke revolution's staying power continues, with both hosts sounding rather less sanguine about the movement's inevitable decline than they were earlier in the week. Damir thinks Trump's biggest fans share more than a few things in common with today's progressives. Shadi disagrees, and argues liberal cultural dominance will prove more influential than conservative institutional power in state governments and the courts. They close with a discussion of the national media's troubled coverage of Trump's visit to Lafayette Square, the lab-leak hypothesis, and Hunter Biden's indiscretions—and debate how much any of it really matters.
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