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Markley, van Camp and Robbins
116 minutes | Jun 18, 2021
Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 18, 2021
The Boys are glad Dr. Anthony Fauci can finally recall the meeting about how COVID looks like it was engineered in a lab, and CNN has once again shared Chinese propaganda. Experts are saying the lockdowns crushed the middle class and helped the wealthy, as Florida governor Ron DeSantis gives clemency to people who got COVID fines. MSNBC’s JOY Reid claims Republicans want to ban students from learning about Juneteenth, as another moron finds out shock collars hurt a lot. A congressman blasts Vice President Kamala Harris for laughing, while the “Florida Whistleblower” stalked, and tried to ruin the guy who fact checked her. Mayor Lori Lightfoot declares racism a “public health crisis,” and she diverted $10 million in COVID funding. People who are nervous about the world opening back up may have “cave syndrome,” and it doesn’t seem that illegal immigrants got Vice President Harris’ message not to come. The average person snaps at a loved one once a week for no reason, and Joe Rogan destroys Brian Stelter, and his show. Rotten Tomatoes’ Ryan Fujitani has the latest from Disney+ for the weekend, and because a magazine made a poor attempt at a best of list, The Friday Five -- Best Cover Songs Edition.
116 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 17, 2021
MVC&R agree with the unanimous SCOTUS decision to side with a Catholic organization on their same-sex foster care restriction, as President Joe Biden gives sixteen things to Russia. Obamacare survives again in the Supreme Court, and Stacy Abrams apparently now supports voter ID. A scientist backing the probe into the Wuhan lab says, “We waited because we didn’t want to be associated with Trump.” Governor Ron DeSantis sends Florida law enforcement to help at the Southern border, and for some reason liberals want the pandemic to keep going. A moronic professor proclaims her belief that white people are psychopaths, while Megan Rapinoe and Priyanka Chopra join the Victoria’s Secret rebranding campaign. Two women found out they were dating the same guy, so they dumped him and went on vacation together. The Department of Justice says it’s alright to disobey immigration laws, but disobeying gun laws is absolutely off the table. A judge declares a mistrial in the case of a professor hiding Chinese connections, and two people get kicked off a plane for fighting over an armrest. The CBS morning show dismissed the Walgreens theft video, and China sends first astronauts to their self-developed space station.
116 minutes | Jun 16, 2021
Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 16, 2021
The Boys have their eyes on the “Biden/Putin Summit” in Geneva, and CNN just gushes over President Biden’s handshake. A Texas democrat congressman is urging Vice President Kamala Harris to visit the border, now that former President Trump’s border trip is now in the works. Dr. Redfield explains that scientists can be stubborn creatures at times, and explains that they sometimes, “Bite into a bone they can’t let go of.” The former CDC director says the World Health Organization is compromised, and parents are rapidly organizing the public against school indoctrination. A Russian activist blasted NBC News for their Putin interview, calling it, “A humiliation for an American network.” Attorney General Merrick Garland believes the most lethal threat to the country is white supremacy, and there was a multi-state shooting spree which was motivated by hatred for white people. Lori Lightfoot writes a memo which confirms her lunacy, and a golfer is arrested after a wild fight erupts at the Korn Ferry Tour qualifier. A musician has been blackballed because he said the riots were bad, and Jeff Bezos’ ex-wife is giving away $2.7 billion.
116 minutes | Jun 15, 2021
Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 15, 2021
MVC&R can actually hear President Joe Biden’s brain come to a complete halt, when asked about Russian President Vladimir Putin. An Australian author talks about the Wuhan lab, and Jon Stewart agrees, we all know the coranavirus came out of that lab. A Houston TV reporter casually mentions she has been secretly recording meetings for Project Veritas, while Roger Waters of Pink Floyd fame absolutely demolishes Mark Zuckerberg. A Sky News report is out about the bats, and Brian Stelter took his alarm over a garter snake to Twitter. Troll extraordinaire Chrissy Teigen issued a massive apology for her trolling past, and a New Zealand chapter for Greta Thunberg disbanded for being racist. A North Korean defector attended an Ivy League school, and now says even North Korea was "not this nuts." Buckhead wants a divorce from Atlanta, and there is an enormous Girl Scout cookie surplus.
117 minutes | Jun 14, 2021
Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 14, 2021
The Boys are reunited, just like the world leaders at the G7 Summit. A confused President Joe Biden rambled about Russia, and a Biden official delivered perfect McGurkin when talking about the lab leak. Prime Minister Boris Johnson had to correct President Biden, and former Sec. Mike Pompeo says there is “tons of evidence” that COVID came out of the Wuhan lab. NATO is to brand China a security risk despite cries of “slander,” and Speaker Nancy Pelosi denies the rebuking of Rep. Ilhan Omar. There’s another terrible vaccine song, and the COVID Czar says Americans were too selfish during the pandemic. Christopher Sign, the Alabama reporter who broke the Clinton/Lynch tarmac meeting story, supposedly committed suicide over the weekend. The FAA updated it’s guidelines as the American obesity crisis grows, and monthly inflation once again exceeds economists expectations. A Texas newspaper refuses to print the description of a suspect in a weekend shooting, and Baltimore businesses are threatening to withhold tax payments amid violence.
116 minutes | Jun 11, 2021
Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 11, 2021
M&R will welcome VC back on Monday. Vice President Kamala Harris is not welcoming to those that question her on the border, and she snapped at a Univision reporter for having the nerve. Some have floated the idea that Vice President Harris has been set up for failure, and First Lady “Dr.” Jill Biden has been very hands-on with her husband’s presidency. Alisyn Camerota doesn’t mince words with the disgraced Jeffrey Toobin, and he’s on his apology tour trying to explain the circumstances. Rep. Ilhan Omar dispensed her latest issue of inflammatory and hateful remarks, and Rep. Rashida Tlaib believes criticizing her is the same as muzzling her. Oklahoma Senator James Lankford asked HHS Sec. Xavier Becerra to clarify the language used to describe mothers, since the term “birthing people” has been adopted by the Biden administration. With race in the forefront of many discussions these days, the military can serve as an example of a culture of inclusivity. Ryan Fujitani checks in from Rotten Tomatoes to discuss “In The Heights,” and Jamie and Scott were feeling the 80’s nostalgia with The Friday Five -- Greatest 80’s Artists.
116 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 10, 2021
The Boys have had Dr. Anthony Fauci on the radar, and now he’s on the radars of more and more people. Dr. Fauci is taking issue with his critics, and he says if you are doubting him, then you are doubting the science. Parents all across the country are speaking out against critical race theory in school curriculum, and a New York mother gave the local school board an actual education. After the inspector general’s report on President Trump’s LaFayette Square “photo op,” NBC News has confirmed the long suspected liberal media agenda of fake news. The Biden administration had put Vice President Harris in charge of fixing the border crisis, but it turns out she is only investigating the root causes of the crisis. One writer believes there is no actual crisis at the border, and the criticism of the Vice President simply stems from racism. A doctor with two medical degrees rapidly destroys critical race theory, and a completely unprepared white guy proves not all white people are intelligent. The war against mothers is ramping up as we learn more about the complexities of “birthing people,” and a Politico poll says almost a third of Republicans believe Donald Trump will be reinstated as President this year.
116 minutes | Jun 9, 2021
Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 9, 2021
M&R were not impressed with Vice President Kamala Harris’ trip to Guatemala, but those that are paying attention wouldn’t have been. Lester Holt did his best journalist impersonation while speaking to Harris, and he held her feet to the fire when she claimed they had already been to the border. Condoleezza Rice offers her wisdom when it comes to global affairs, and she talks about the global threat of China. The media have been stepping on rakes a lot lately, especially when more liberals are speaking about the viability of the Wuhan lab leak theory. Peter Doocy from Fox News is not towing the media line, and did a great job in journalism with Vice President Harris on her trip. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez had Tweeted concern for her Puerto Rican grandmother, but rejected over $100K raised by GoFundMe, because it was collected through conservative philanthropy. Republicans have been demonized for asking about the Vice President’s lack of attention to the border crisis, and Jen Psaki embarrasses herself trying to defend Harris’ incompetence. CNN is referring to the “perplexity” of the media after the poor border performance, and stories are coming out about bodies of immigrants floating in the Rio Grande.
116 minutes | Jun 8, 2021
Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 8, 2021
The Boys know it’s not hard to figure out what caused the crisis along the border, yet Vice President Kamala Harris does not have an explanation when called out. Florida governor Ron DeSantis calls out celebrity hypocrites, when they protest voter laws and ID, but say nothing about human rights in China. As if one Wuhan lab wasn’t bad enough, there are plans to build another virology lab in China. Much of the country has already discovered the faults with critical race theory, but former President Barack Obama is speaking out against Republicans who criticize the flawed indoctrination technique. Obama sounded quite differently when he spoke in 2013, and he would have been canceled by today’s woke standards. Rep. Ilhan Omar was on Twitter calling for accountability for atrocities, and pointing the finger at Israel and the United States, but not at Hamas. Yale University hosted a lecturer who spoke about her desire to shoot white people in the head, while another teacher was reinstated, after being fired for refusing to affirm transgender identities with students.
116 minutes | Jun 7, 2021
Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 7, 2021
M&R are doing the show while VC is moving. The Wuhan lab leak theory is getting more coverage, yet we remember Dr. Anthony Fauci’s chastising of the theory in the first place. Vice President Kamala Harris meets with the President of Guatemala, and he lays the blame for the border crisis at the feet of the Biden administration. President Joe Biden tweeted Sunday about the massacre in Tulsa, but neglected to tweet anything about the anniversary of D-Day. Bill Maher has been making some good points lately, and he destroys President Biden’s free-college plan. Scott got a haircut over the weekend, and his stylist had some advice for her customers. Before the pandemic was declared, and after filing for a COVID vaccine, a Chinese military scientist mysteriously died. Many people felt duped after the Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul fight, and many were entertained by the multi-million dollar exhibition. Sky News host Alan Jones has some hilarious criticism for environmentalist superhero Greta Thunberg, and a survey says people start taking their health seriously at age thirty-nine.
116 minutes | Jun 4, 2021
Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 4, 2021
The Boys are taking a look at the jobs report, and President Joe Biden commits to ending the expanded unemployment benefits. Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo ripped Dr. Anthony Fauci over his “crazy” China remarks, and a government report says UFOs are not aliens. There was rioting after law enforcement shot an armed suspect, and the Make-A-Wish CEO admits to stealing from dying children. Dr. Fauci now thinks China should release data from the infected lab officials, and college students seem to be skeptical of critical race theory. After a bride died at her wedding in India, her sister married the groom. A guy finds a way to send notes on Netflix, after he was blocked on social media by his ex. Former Vice President Mike Pence says he and Trump “may never see eye-to-eye” regarding January 6th, but he is still proud of what they did. Alexandria Ocasio-Coretz suggests we stop building jails so as to reduce crime, and the LA Sheriff’s office is seeing a mass exodus. Production on “Mission: Impossible 7” has been shut down, and Ryan Fujitani also talks about the latest in “The Conjuring” series. June is National Migraine and Headache Awareness month, so The Friday Five celebrates -- Head Songs Edition.
116 minutes | Jun 3, 2021
Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 3, 2021
MVC&R are not laughing at the thought of COVID-19 being a bioweapon, but Dr. Anthony Fauci chuckles while denying that theory’s viability. Dr. Fauci says people who doubt him just don’t understand him, while his book was scrubbed from the internet, but the publisher claims it was “prematurely posted for pre-sale.” Vanity Fair points out it seems many in our government helped cover up COVID’s origins, and a top cybersecurity official warns of future ransomware attacks. The NIH director doesn’t think we should be concerned with who financed what in the Wuhan lab, and the Kentucky Derby winner failed a second drug test. There’s not much certainty as to why AOC hates her grandmother, and Prince may have stolen a classic move from David Lee Roth. The lady who lived in a storm drain in Florida is found living in a storm drain in Texas, and there is an overwhelming amount of excitement for Beto O'Rourke's gubernatorial run. The NFL was giving lower payments to CTE victims who were black, and Ricky Martin has PTSD.
116 minutes | Jun 2, 2021
Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 2, 2021
The Boys are not the most lethal threat to the United States, but President Joe Biden says white supremacists are. A five-year-old is left alone and crying at the border, and it’s as if Vice President Kamala Harris is now in charge of voting. After threatening to pull out of states that are taking measures to protect girls’ sports, Florida governor Ron DeSantis tells the NCAA where they can go with their events. The winner of the Kentucky Derby could be disqualified after the positive drug test is confirmed, and a key figure in the Wuhan research lab thanked Dr. Fauci for downplaying the lab leak theory. Texas governor Greg Abbott issued a disaster declaration amid the immigration crisis, and he blasted the Biden administration’s “open-border policies.” President Biden suspends oil and gas leases in part of Alaska, and the Navy SEAL who killed Bin Laden is blasting Biden, for downplaying the terrorism threat from Al-Qaeda. A black father dismantles critical race theory, and a San Francisco homeless man’s attack on a cop sheds a light on police staff shortages.
116 minutes | Jun 1, 2021
Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 1, 2021
MVC&R always knew defunding the police was a terrible idea, and the Washington Post seems to have realized de-policing in Portland has negatively impacted black people. After President Joe Biden calls for a pandemic probe, China State Media announces China must prepare for nuclear war with the United States. ABC News discusses the lab leak theory, and they admit, turns out some things President Trump said were true. John Cena's groveling wasn't enough since the the new F&F movie flopped in China, and after attacking the Colonial Pipeline, hackers come after America's meat. China is shutting down flights due to a COVID variant, and a giant American flag is stolen from a veterans cemetery, over the Memorial Day weekend. Campus Reform encounters students that believe celebrating Memorial Day is "imperialism," and public school enrolment in New York City plummets.
116 minutes | May 28, 2021
Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 28, 2021
The Boys are not sitting on “unexamined” lab leak data, but they wonder why the intelligence community is. The government is about to have spent 10-trillion dollars, and no one is watching where the money goes. The press is enamored with President Joe Biden eating ice cream, and he says, “Every hospital bed in America will have an Alzheimer’s patient in it.” Just in time for Memorial Day, former President Trump reminds us of the gas prices he had given us, and a Beaverton teacher says not teaching critical race theory is the same as sexual abuse. An epidemiologist says it’s time to let kids get back to normal, and the NBA is cracking down on fan misbehavior. Bill Cosby was denied parole because he wouldn’t get sex offender treatment, and a university official apologizes for condemning attacks against Jews. Guards in a prison didn’t notice a prisoner dissecting another inmate, and many Americans are worried they forgot how to drive during the pandemic. Friday also means cinema news with Ryan Fujitani, and a Memorial Day Weekend Friday Five -- Best Driving Songs Edition.
116 minutes | May 27, 2021
Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 27, 2021
MVC&R have an update on the Wednesday's shooting in San Jose, California. President Joe Biden axed an investigation into the lab theory, but the media should not be allowed to push their "debunking" of the lab leak theory. DHS Chief Alejandro Mayorkas insists the border is not open, despite the daily evidence of a wide-open border. A former Seattle police chief unloads on political inaction during "mostly peaceful" riots, and Kim Kardashian failed the "baby bar" exam. Los Angeles is paying a crazy amount of money for a homeless camp, and Colorado health officials declare a "mental health state of emergency" for kids. USA Today removes references to transgender athletes as "male" in a high school track star's op-ed, and the mayor of Chicago wants to permanently stop alcohol sales at 10PM. Media outlets took at least 1.6-million dollars to run Chinese propaganda, and a Boston schools program tried to solve racism by abusing kids.
116 minutes | May 26, 2021
Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 26, 2021
The Boys have been tracking Dr. Anthony Fauci’s flip-flopping antics, and he is now saying there is “no way to know” if the United States funded gain-of-function research. Portland police declare a riot on the anniversary of George Floyd’s death, as fires are set, windows are smashed, and arrests are reported. George Floyd’s brother seems to think murdering black people is legal, and the NBA explains why LeBron James avoided discipline, even though Kristaps Porzingis was fined over a health violation. Senators bring out a banjo to promote the federal takeover of elections, and squatters take over a multimillion dollar home. A teacher whines about the school board following the CDC’s guidance, and liberal media attempts to cancel Chip and Joanna Gaines, again. John Cena is slammed for his apology to China over his remarks on Taiwan, and the press was more interested in protecting Hunter, than finding out the truth about COVID.
116 minutes | May 26, 2021
Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 26, 2021
The Boys have been tracking Dr. Anthony Fauci flip-flopping antics, and he is now saying there is “no way to know” if the United States funded gain-of-function research. Portland police declare a riot on the anniversary of George Floyd’s death, as fires are set, windows are smashed, and arrests are reported. George Floyd’s brother seems to think murdering black people is legal, and the NBA explains why LeBron James avoided discipline, even though Kristaps Porzingis was fined over a health violation. Senators bring out a banjo to promote the federal takeover of elections, and squatters take over a multimillion dollar home. A teacher whines about the school board following the CDC’s guidance, and liberal media attempts to cancel Chip and Joanna Gaines, again. John Cena is slammed for his apology to China over his remarks on Taiwan, and the press was more interested in protecting Hunter, than finding out the truth about COVID.
116 minutes | May 25, 2021
Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 25, 2021
MVC&R don’t think we need to be waiting on the World Health Organization to determine what happened, but we’re still waiting for President Joe Biden to come to that same conclusion. On the anniversary of George Floyd’s death, gunfire breaks out at his memorial in Minneapolis. Baseball player Elvis Lebron attacks an umpire with a bat, a self-described “big b--ch” WNBA player is triggered by a coach’s weight comment. Many cities are backtracking on police cuts after explosions of crime, and a New York Times writer says the anti-Semitism is bad because it helps Trump. Chris Cuomo says the coronavirus lab leak theory wasn’t believable because it came from Trump, and a Chinese gulag survivor reveals torture, rape, and plans for invasion. A progressive neighborhood freaks out over a homeless camp, and we’re less likely to see a doctor if the reason makes us feel old.
116 minutes | May 24, 2021
Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 24, 2021
The Boys are not convinced COVID-19 came about naturally, and Dr. Anthony Fauci says he’s not convinced either. After being charged with a hate crime and released, a New York man vows to “do it again.” Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer is busted violating COVID protocols, once again, and fans carry the deplatformed Morgan Wallen to three Billboard Music Awards. Is New York actually going to require toddlers to mask up, and did 60 Minutes really do a piece on detransitioners? Nearly a third of California restaurants are closed forever, and San Francisco basically legalized shoplifting. President Joe Biden bailed on a news conference when asked about UFOs, and Belarus forces a plane down in order to arrest a blogger. A former NBA star unloads on ‘fake woke’ democrats, and a high school track star talks about how ‘devastating’ it is to run against trans athletes. A Florida high school photoshops girls’ photos to make them look ‘more modest,’ and a bullet train driver left the controls due to a bathroom emergency.
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