Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report shares more Joe Biden clips that you won’t see on CNN or the New York Times. Is Joe Biden suffering from dementia or is Biden the most gaffe prone presidential nominee ever? Either way, media bias continues to create multiple realities where anything questioning Joe Biden’s cognitive health is ignored by mainstream media, but shared in conservative social media circles. In these clips Joe Biden confuses President Trump with George Bush and seems unaware that he just said that he had the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Joe Lonsdale (Co-founder of Palantir, entrepreneur, venture capitalist) about how Silicon Valley got woke, Palantir rethought how governments handle big data analytics, and how libertarian principles could help make healthcare and the housing market more affordable for millions of Americans. Joe begins by telling us how he got involved in entrepreneurship and the early days of companies like Facebook and Paypal. Joe discusses why so much wealth gets squandered when it is managed by a big government bureaucracy instead of innovators like Peter Thiel and Elon Musk who excel at creating value. Joe gives his theories on how big tech companies like Google ended up so woke. He thinks companies could avoid this fate if they focused on how to hire employees that are aligned with their core mission. Joe also describes how pushing healthcare into more of a free market system could break the lobbying stranglehold that the health insurance and pharmaceutical industry have on the market. This competition would result in far lower prices for prescription drugs and other types of medicine. Joe also discusses the future of subscription business models on the internet and why he has invested in Locals.com.
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Joe Collins, a U.S. Navy veteran and candidate for Congress, about why he is challenging Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters for Congress in California's 43rd Congressional District. Joe has been getting a lot of attention for his campaign ad that shows him in front of Waters' home, pointing out that it is a $6 million mansion that is not even located in her district. Joe shares how even though Waters has been in office for over 43 years, there are virtually no signs of improvement for the black community in South L.A. Joe discusses what it was like to grow up in South Central Los Angeles, fighting in the Iraq War, and why he became a black Republican.
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report shares a clip from Anthony Fauci concerning face mask recommendations that the news media might like to pretend never happened and might explain why people don’t trust science. Dave also gives his thoughts on a variety of topics including the final presidential debate, the future of the Republican Party after Donald Trump, if Richard Grenell should run for public office, how Joe Biden was able to get through the debates, Trump’s historic yet ignored Middle East peace deal, whether the woke progressives will continue to take over the Democratic Party and more.
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Mike Glover of Fieldcraft Survival and American Contingency about the importance of building communities around survival skills and self reliance. Mike served as Green Beret and a member of the special forces, now he tries to use his knowledge to teach other preppers in his community the importance of prepping for situations and disasters where you can’t rely on the police to come to your aid. He cites the alarming data out of Portland of cops being so stretched thin that they were unable to respond to many calls involving criminal acts. Due to the nature of his work Mike’s social media accounts on big tech platforms like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram have all been subject to content creator censorship. He discusses the security his community now has by building an online home at Locals.com.
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report gives his final presidential debate reaction. He gives his thoughts on all the best and worst moments of President Donald Trump and Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden. Held at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee and moderated by NBC News’ White House correspondent Kristen Welker, this was the final matchup between Trump and Biden. Dave gives his take on the wins and misses of both presidential candidates and if he thinks this will have any impact on the mysterious “undecided voter” and if we are all doomed.
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report shares what he thinks voters need to be looking for in the final presidential debate. He gives his prediction of what to expect from President Donald Trump and Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden, but also the moderator, NBC News’ White House correspondent Kristen Welker. Dave will also give his thoughts on some of the new rules that the debate commission changed for the last presidential debate, like the ability to mute the microphones of both presidential candidates. Dave also discusses how Twitter has continued to lock The New York Post out of it’s Twitter account for its story on the Hunter Biden laptop scandal. He wonders how much Big Tech is interfering in the 2020 election without us knowing it.
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Bridget Phetasy (comedian) about how to build an online community, Big Tech, and undecided voters. Bridget discusses how there are few social media places for centrist, moderate people to go to express their opinions without fear of the outrage mob. She shares how her Locals.com community has been a safe haven for people like her who hate politics, as well as her fans who are all over the political spectrum and don’t have the patience to deal with trolling. Bridget shares how difficult it has been to stay in touch with her community on platforms like Twitter and Facebook and why Locals has been a life saver for her.
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report discusses the Justice Department’s (DOJ’s) antitrust lawsuit against tech behemoth Google, Kemi Badenoch’s speech at the House of Commons denouncing critical race theory, and the rantings of Keith Olberman. First off Dave gives his thoughts on the different political perspectives one could have over the Google antitrust investigation and the accusations that it uses its power to preserve it’s monopoly. Strict libertarians may be against any government interference in the free market, but has Big Tech become too powerful to be left alone? Meanwhile across the pond Equalities Minister, conservative party member and Nigerian immigrant Kemi Badenoch delivered a scathing speech denouncing Black Lives Matter and critical race theory (CRT). She lambasted the idea that contested political ideas like “white privilege in the UK” are being taught in UK schools. Finally Dave does his best impression of the hysterical Keith Olberman ranting about the “Worst Person In The World”, Donald Trump.
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to psychologist and author Karlyn Borysenko about how the field of organizational psychology is being taken over by critical race theory. Since the Black Lives Matter protests started, she has seen diversity and inclusion training dominate the type of training that workplaces are using. Karlyn has seen these diversity trainings backfire and harm team cohesion. Karlyn also discusses how many people are living in fear of expressing their opinions on big tech-controlled social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook. Since she made Locals.com her home, she has noticed people being more willing to share their personal stories and opinions that they would not normally share on public social media.