A critical review of Ben Shapiro’s review of a Showtime docu-series turns this episode into something no one planned. Least of all, Ron.
Last month Showtime released a new 3-part documentary series called “Everything’s Gonna Be All White.” It is a creative, compassionate, and often biting look at racism and race relations in America. Ron loved it. Ben Shapiro…not so much. Well, technically, Ben hasn’t seen it. Yet, his review of just the trailer got Ron so riled up, he made his own reaction video to Ben’s trash reaction video.
But why did Ron get so upset at this review? You’d think Shapiro trashed Ron’s own documentary. Well, in the exploration of that question, Ron stumbled upon an important revelation that could have a profound impact on the podcast! This is a must-listen episode.
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