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Ryan and Emily discuss Starbucks caves to union, 100k Michigan votes for uncommitted, Trump defeats Nikki in Michigan, Trump skyrockets with young and Hispanic voters, Dems force vote on IVF, Biden promise of Monday ceasefire collapses, students trol... more
Krystal and Saagar discuss big tech freaking out over SCOTUS censorship case, Biden popularity plummets as Trump warnings emerge, Ukraine says Navalny death natural causes, Russia warns of war as NATO floats troops in Ukraine, Seth Meyers laps up Bid... more
Krystal and Saagar discuss Koch pulls Nikki funding after SC loss, Trump panics endorsing IVF, Biden donors horrified at reliance on notecards, Michigan voters stun MSNBC on Biden criticism, Zelensky blatantly lies about Ukrainian troop losses, US ai... more
This is a very good source for news. They report facts, and that’s refreshing!
Krystal’s rants about Israel have become too one-sided and arrogant. She doesn’t understand what Hamas is and the dynamic between them and the people of Gaza. This used to be a show with discourse between two very logical level headed individuals who see things differently. It is now a daily repeat of Krystal talking about the same things and nobody pushing back on her misconceptions of the Middle East and the very many nuances about it. Podcast is now a vacuum of Pro Hamas and anti Israel propa... more
Krystal has FINALLY realized the reality of our zi0nist occupied government (Z.0.G.) but she can’t make the logical conclusion. more
I used to either watch (on YT) or listen regularly to the point that even though I’m Canadian I was considering supporting BP financially. However, I’ve noticed over the past few months a concerning trend. We used to get different perspectives and opinions that were frequently not ideologically formed. Something happened though when Hamas attacked Israel on Oct 7. Since then, I can reliably predict the consensus opinion on nearly every story. It seems, at least to me, that perspectives are incre... more
It is interesting to hear how different Emily sounds when she is on with Megyn Kelly vs. on this podcast. Her opinions are much more conservative with Megyn. She rarely, if ever, pushes back on Ryan’s liberal views, which is very annoying. She just pretty much goes along with what he says. Who are you really Emily? I can’t stand to hear these inconsistencies, and it makes you seem inauthentic. Does Ryan intimidate you? Plus, I am on my last nerve with Krystal’s shrieking - about to diseng... more
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Breaking Points with Krystal and Saagar launched 3 years ago and published 704 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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