StudioJake 113- Celebrity Virtue Signaling Is Boring W/ Courtney Kirchoff

Special guest Courtney Kirchoff, of Louder With Crowder, joins StudioJake to talk about celebrity virtue signaling. From Zac Efron saying Ted Bundy had white privilege to author JK Rowling retroactively placing SJW mandates on her Harry Potter characters, it is a neverending cycle of grandstanding freakouts. Courtney, who was a reader of the Harry Potter novels, had a few thoughts on the in particular. We also have a good time talking about comic book movie fanboys like myself.

Check out the episode below:

One of my favorite topics with cover is actress Charlize Theron singing the praises of the #MeToo movement while also complaining about not being able to find a man who is willing to date her. We also discuss Taylor Swift, Scarlett Johansson, and a host of other celebrities who either had SJW freakouts and some who we think are just going along to get along.

Courtney Kirchoff is the editor-at-large for Louder For Crowder, where she writes a plethora of articles on celebrity freakouts, critiques of Far Left feminism, and takedowns of the fake news media.

What do you think? Let me know in the comments below. While you are at it, check out my shout to the book Architects Of Betrayal and my graphic novel review of Awakening. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.

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