Episode 47

Why I Didn't Vote for Loeffler or Perdue, Proud Boys Protests, Culture of Vanity


December 28th, 2020

48 mins 59 secs

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About this Episode

On this episode of Pensive Politics with Mr. Watson, Christian analyzes the 2020 Georgia Senate Runoff between Senator Kelly Loeffler and Senator David Perdue against Jon Osoff and Reverend Raphael Warnock. As a citizen of the state of Georgia. Mr. Watson has been subject to vicious political marketing from both sides and has found himself wholly unconvinced. He explains precisely why neither side, even his own (the right-ward candidates Loeffler and Perdue) swayed his affection and gives his viewers a method to escape the dichotomous "lesser of two evils" notion that infects American politics.

Mr. Watson also extensively discusses the Proud Boys v. Antifa showdown in Washington, D.C. during last weekend's "March for Trump." He provides level-headed commentary about the nature of political polarization and why belligerence in the streets does not effectuate real change.

And lastly, he uses the Proud Boys story to lambast the culture of vain fascinations that grips the mind of many politically conscious Americans.

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