The 2Kevins reached out to me to appear on their podcast. You can listen to it here. I made sure to speak slowly and clearly, as personally, I hate fast talkers on podcasts because I'm like, "Wait, what did he say?". We chat about some things near and dear to our crowd. Anonymity, purging, Trump-trolls-circus election and Weimerica. If this Trump thing has done anything, it has brought together some elements of the right that are not neocon and that have been frozen out by the neocon network for decades now. It would be wise to make friends with the paleocons they pushed out and the elements of the right that never "played ball".
One thing that recently dawned on me about the rerun that the progs always seem to play when in power is how prisoner rights, gays and trannies are again at the forefront. This was also at the vanguard in the '60s and '70s. Hollywood always helps, and back then it helped as well. Al Pacino starred in two different films that had sympathetic portrayals of trans people and prisoners. And Justice For All and Dog Day Afternoon both had sympathetic trans characters who were sad, vulnerable people who needed help. They also gave you crooks to weep over. Glee might be annoying, but it isn't the first Hollywood production telling you that they are Just Like Us. To the progs, the fringe of society must have their day no matter how depraved, evil or broken they are.
Please review "The New Blacklist" for the people purged from polite society or their jobs. If you know of any missed individual, send the information to the Hestia crew.