Mike Slater takes on the questions of the season: "Why are Republican candidates always presented as if they're the next Hitler?"
Also, Mike digs into a reasoned explanation on why the country is not hunting minorities and delves into how dangerous the rhetoric has become, which leads to a discussion on white privilege.
Talking about how we can reconcile our cognitive dissonance, Mike applies an ageless lesson from one of Aesop's famous fables: "The Fox and the Grapes," a succinct tale of a character who would rather deny his desire for something, than admit his defeat for ever attaining it.
Also, Mike tackles why you have to have a healthy amount of cynicism when hearing reports in the media of attacks by Trump supporters.
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