Liz Cheney Canceled by Same People Who Hate Cancel Culture

Liz Cheney Canceled by Same People Who Hate Cancel Culture

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After 427 days of doing the show without a real audience we were given permission to welcome one lucky person to sit in the crowd tonight, people are hoarding gasoline after a group of hackers shut down the biggest pipeline in the U.S., Republicans voted to remove Liz Cheney from her spot as their third highest ranking member of the House, several lawmakers tried to rewrite history during a hearing about the January 6th attack on the Capitol, Caitlyn Jenner lied about voting in the 2020 election, TikTok is testing out a new program that will allow companies to recruit potential employees, and we look back at a year ago this week for a new edition of “This Week in COVID History.”

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