This is The Babylon Bee Weekly News Show for the week of 8/21/2020.
In this episode of The Babylon Bee podcast, Kyle and Ethan talk about the week's biggest stories like Twitter "accidentally" suspending the Babylon Bee for the web's darkest 90 minutes, the humble Postal Service being the focus of all the nation's fire and fury, and how students got arrested for the peaceful protest with sidewalk chalk outside a Planned Parenthood. Kristan Hawkins, President for Students For Life, talks to The Babylon Bee and silliness ensues.
Stuff That's Good
Kyle likes The Peanut Butter Falcon.
Ethan likes: The Last Narc on Amazon Prime.
Stories of the Week
Summary: A large number of conservative and satirical Twitter accounts that criticize the left were shut down yesterday in what CEO Jack Dorsey says was, "a totally honest mistake." Dorsey claims an intern set their coffee on a button labeled, 'Destroy All Conservatives,' which is located in the commons area near the coffee machine and easy to miss if you're not paying attention.
A growing trend of non-woke satirists getting suspended like Titania McGrath and others.
The Babylon Bee twitter account was down for 90 minutes. Kyle and Dan had to verify their accounts to log back in.
Twitter says they are sorry:
This only seems to be happening in one direction against non-leftists or the non-woke
Summary: Sources are reporting that Trump has dealt a killer blow in his ongoing war against his sworn enemy, the United States Postal Service. In a move of sheer, mind-blowing brilliance, Trump directed the Post Office to put his face on every single stamp, forcing the Democrats to reverse course and abolish the institution once and for all.
Summary: Parents are raising concerns after a teacher opened her Monday morning online class in full Antifa riot gear. According to witnesses, Willow Maven, a local first-grade teacher and prolific scarf knitter, began teaching her online class, not realizing she was still wearing a black ski mask and a leather jacket emblazoned with an Antifa logo.
A thread where teachers talk about their concern over parents being able to listen in to what they actually teach kids
Topic of the Week
We get some hate from someone who seems to think we are mocking John MacArthur.
Kyle and Ethan continue their conversation with Kristen Hawkins and get into the stuff they couldn't say in front of the paywall. Crazy stories, many more Flowerbeds, and the Ten Questions. Sorry, freeloaders!
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