Episode 622 – Compound Q

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The Tim Corrimal Show
Episode 622 – September 12, 2021

Show Art - A package of Compound Q - a fast acting de-wormer and head lice remover with the Covid Denier Seal of approval

On episode 622 of The Tim Corrimal Show, I am joined at the round table with Joe (@Marnus3 on Twitter) from The Poorly Written Political Blog, Francie (@Francie57 on Twitter), Cathy (@Cathy47204163 on Twitter) and from the Let’s Remember To Never Forget Facebook Page, and Justice Putnam (@justiceputnam on Twitter) from NetrootsRadio.com and http://www.dailykos.com/user/justiceputnam.

On the show this week we start out with introductions and the All A Tweetie segment, then we discuss clips of Rick Wilson on MSNBC and Rep. Adam Kinzinger on CNN slamming Rep. Kevin McCarthy and his mutant parade for threats to telecom companies releasing records to the January 6th Committee. Next we discuss clips of Jim Acosta on CNN calling out Tucker Carlson for race baiting and Sen. Lindsey Graham telling a BBC reporter that the US will re-invade Afghanistan. Then we discuss a clip of Kentucky Gov. Beshear reacting to people taking Ivermectin for Covid and then Joe gives us another hilarious Clown Car Update with a parody about a new medication for anti-vaxers called “Compound Q”. Next we discuss clips of AOC with Anderson Cooper as well as CNN Host Kate Bolduan calling out Texas Gov. Abbott for his statement about the state’s new abortion law, Ellie Mystal ranting about the people fighting vaccine mandates being the same people supporting the Texas abortion law, and Attorney General Merrick Garland announcing a Department of Justice lawsuit against Texas for the abortion law. Then we discuss clips of Dr. Fauci discussing unmasked crowds at sporting events, a CNN interview with 14 year old student Fiona Downey who flipped off anti-mask protesters at her school, and West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice expressing his frustration with crazy vaccine conspiracies and people refusing to get vaccinated. And finally, we close out the show discussing a clip of Howard Stern roasting anti-vax radio hosts who died from Covid and how vaccination should be made mandatory.  Here is the link to the article that Joe mentioned about how the rise of Politico shifted political journalism off course.

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