StudioJake 91 – Will Wheaton and The SJW Mob W/Samanthan Sullivan

TheBlaze’s Samantha Sullivan returns to talk about the SJW outrage effecting pop culture including one of their allies, Star Trek actor Will Wheaton.

Check out the episode below:

Will Wheaton made a mistake that almost got him erased from social media. What was it? He dared to report a transperson who was trolling him while he was on Twitter. In fact, the SJWs soon found out that he had a terrifying habit of blocking transpeople. Despite the fact that Wheaton is a walking special snowflake, the SJWs came alive. Can they really sustain that level of outrage?

It is already affecting their allies. Actor Aziz Ansari was accused of sexually harassing a women, but she was accused of exaggerating by the same people saying no due process for the accused. After one of the founders of the #MeToo campaign got caught up in her own scandal, the SJWs all of sudden were demanding due process for her. Can the Far Left sustain themselves with that amount of hypocrisy and double standards?

Samantha and I discuss!

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