This week we couldn’t decide between 3 subjects we wanted to address in some shape or form, so we decided to do all 3. First we revisited a subject we dedicated an earlier episode to: Opioids. This week, Trump directed the Department of Health and Human Services to declare the “opioid crisis” a public health emergency (although, he didn’t formally request any funds) and we though we’d refresh our positions on the subject with a quick conversation about this crisis. Next, we talked about Chrisette Michele whose decision to agree to perform for Trump’s inauguration apparently was a bad career move. She took to (where else?) social media to reveal she suffered a miscarriage and has also been dropped by her record label. To help “fix” the problem, she reached out to fellow Trump voter and career sufferer Tina Campbell (of Mary Mary…or formerly?…or future member or Chrisette Mary?..anyways). We just decided to be transparent about how we felt about that whole mess. Finally, we talked about Bob McNair, owner of the NFL’s Houston Texans. Last week he made a comment that “we can’t have the inmates running the prison.” in reference to the recent (peaceful, mind you) protests in which NFL players have been involved. We just decided to to get to the bottom of this subject really quickly and give our opinion on how we think this proves Kaepernick’s original claim of being black-balled.

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