June 25, 2020
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#267 Consequence Culture
Can you really be “cancelled” if you still have a platform? A look at Margaret Wente, Wendy Mesley, and the Mulroneys. And was the Nova Scotia shooter an RCMP informant?
Jesse Brown
Host & Publisher
Andréa Schmidt
Managing Editor, Podcasts
David Crosbie
Senior Producer

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Desmond Cole co-hosts.

This episode is sponsored by WealthBar and The New Yorker.

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