Podcast #9: Baghdadi is dead, Kanye’s new album is great, and a study on conservative YouTube videos de-radicalizing people
This week on the Beltway Outsiders Podcast host Daniel Vaughan discusses the Katie Hill resignation and what word he didn’t like learning, a quick hit on the impeachment polls in battleground states, the death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Kanye West’s new album JESUS IS KING, and a recent study on how conservative YouTube videos lead de-radicalization away from extremist videos.
ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi killed in U.S. raid in Syria: Addressing the nation live from the White House, President Donald Trump said al-Baghdadi killed himself and three of his children, detonating a suicide vest as U.S. forces closed in – NBC News.
Washington Post Catches Flak for Changing Baghdadi Headline, Calling ISIS Leader ‘Austere Religious Scholar’: The first version of the article described Baghdadi as the “Islamic State’s terrorist-in-chief,” before it was changed to “austere religious scholar.” – The Daily Beast.
Situation room photos released from the raid. – USA Today.
Kanye West’s Jesus is King – Youtube.
Kanye West on ‘Jesus is King’, Being Canceled, Finding God + A Lot More – BigBoy Interview.
[06/10/2019] The New York Times is using censorship on YouTube to protect itself – The Conservative Institute.
Why Is Incest Porn So Popular? There’s been an increase in the consumption of porn in which the actors pretend to be related, but is incest really what the fans want, or do they just crave something more outrageous than the last thing they saw? – Gareth May, Vice.
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