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It should come as no surprise that comedian turned political hack Al Frankin is now advocating for government censorship of social media.

Apparently, he believes social media has gotten too big to be managed by the companies that run the platforms. His solution? The government should decide what gets posted and what doesn't.

Anyone else find it humorous that Frankin thinks government would do a better job of managing social media than the media companies themselves?

We're also going to talk Venezuela. They have finally defaulted on their debt, and I want to take time and walk you through everything that's happened over the last decade that's lead to the demise of this once thriving country.

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