Netflix is hemorrhaging subscribers and its stock is plummeting. Is this a reaction to the ideological direction of their content or is it just a bad quarter?
On This Episode:
Governors are lifting the mask mandates for schools, and leftists are infuriated.
Justin Trudeau does not believe in the freedom of people. He believes that only government instructing them what to do can make people better.
Gumby is making a comeback. Streaming services are utilizing classics to grow their platforms. Does Netflix’s politics and Amazon’s price increases open up the door for other streaming services?
The White House Press Briefing in short- Union Jobs and inflation is high, but it’ll go away at some point.
Mike Tirico discussed the Uighur genocide on air, NBC sent him home.
The Big Story:
Republican Senators had a press conference about rising crime rates. We listen to statements from Senators Chuck Grassley, John Cornyn, Todd Young, and Ted Cruz.
The lawlessness in our cities is a direct result of Democrat policies, from defunding the police to refusing to prosecute certain crimes. We need less DEI departments, more sense of security.
Musician Neil Young gave Spotify an ultimatum: You can have my music, or you can carry Joe Rogan’s podcast, but you can’t have both. Why? Because Neil Young is among many accusing Rogan of pushing Covid misinformation.
The result: Spotify no longer carries Neil Young music.
Also, the GDP numbers look great. But that first look ain’t the right look.
The Morning Rumble is presented by Americans For Prosperity.