Steven Crowder dropped footage from his new series "Talking with People."
Like his wildly popular "Change My Mind" series, Crowder brings Americans into the public conversation and offers them a chance to be heard. No matter how contentious the topic, Crowder believes Americans can still talk to one another. In this installment, Crowder puts his premise to the test with a most volatile conversation starter, overturning Roe v. Wade, and the results are fascinating.
In the first "Talk," Crowder approaches a group that initially supported keeping Roe v. Wade federal. After a friendly conversation, the group realized how much common ground they share with Crowder.
In this "Talk," Sara and Sierra were asked about the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.
"It's a war on women," Sierra said. She added that abortion rights affect men too. "If a guy is out cheating and doesn't want his mistress getting pregnant, and his mistress gets pregnant, what do you do?" she asked. Crowder's response was epic.
You can watch this Talk here.
Crowder's "Next Talk" with Gordo, 23, and Mary, 21, began civilly but gradually devolved. Gordo said he is following the Roe v. Wade situation closely. He described himself as a progressive who can't afford an apartment, a visit to the doctor, or a child. He. also studies human rights at SMU.
Watch the "Talk" here
You probably noticed a couple of consistent themes. Americans are not getting accurate information from the mainstream media, and informed Americans more often than not agree with overturning Roe v. Wade.
Crowder's exercise might restore some faith in humanity. Watch the video, and you be the judge. Can't watch? Download the podcast here.
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