Ep. 770 Joe Biden’s Latest Cannibal Lie, Jurors Bounced in Trump Trial, and the Decline of NPR

Megyn is joined by Charles C.W. Cooke and Jim Geraghty of National Review to discuss the latest details in Donald Trump’s New York City hush money trial, jurors refusing to be fair and impartial about, the judge scolding the media for revealing too much information about the jurors, two jurors already getting dismissed, the reaction Trump got in Harlem vs. President Joe Biden at a Pennsylvania gas station, Biden’s lie that his uncle may have been eaten by cannibals, Biden’s longtime issues with the truth, his confusing comments about Israel, whether government funding of NPR should continue, new NPR CEO Katherine Maher’s warped perception of empathy, her past criticism of Wikipedia’s lack of diversity, whether Maher and people like her really believe what they say or are just performing, Columbia University’s president struggling to answer questions before Congress, whether anti-Israel protests are actually anti-Jewish, protesters claiming to have been attacked with an Israeli chemical weapon actually just smelling fart spray, the sense of entitlement from an undocumented tenured Cornell professor protesting against Ann Coulter, kids at a middle school in Utah coming to school dressed as “furries,” and more.