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TV producers Rob Rosen and Desma Simon interview victims of cancel culture. In each episode, they will talk to newsmakers who have run afoul of the on-line mob and have been cancelled. These people will share their version of what happened, the devastating after-effects and how they're now trying to rebuild their lives.
 
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Maud Maron was a good liberal; a Bernie supporter who worked as a lawyer for the Legal Aid Society. But when she won a seat on her local school board and expressed some unfashionable opinions, she was cancelled in a very public and traumatic way. In a provocative and open discussion, Maud reflects on what happened and what's made people so intolera…
 
Jay Asher became a sensation with his book '13 Reasons Why' which got adapted into a hit Netflix series. But his life came crashing down when he was hit with multiple sexual harassment allegations. In a very candid and raw interview, Jay sets the record straight about what he did wrong, but argues that his punishment does not fit the crime.…
 
Vince the Fed Ex Guy made international news when he posted a video claiming he wouldn't deliver packages to any household with a visible Biden or BLM sign. This is a unique episode because we get a chance to not only hear from Vince, the cancelled, but his canceller: Michael Mc- who's an award winning music director witha highly influential Tik To…
 
When big name stars are about to get cancelled, they turn to Nathan Miller, the fixer, to try and save their careers. Rob and Desma talk to Miller about what he advises his clients to do when the mob comes after them. Plus, they go through some of the highest profile cancellations in history and Nathan explains what those celebrities did wrong and …
 
Seth Ciferri was a rockstar in the tattoo world. He was an artist, an innovator and even a celebrity judge on the hit show 'Ink Master.' But the cancel mob took him out after an ex-girlfriend posted a video about him. In an emotional conversation, Seth talks about losing everything and how his new fiancé, who makes an appearance on the podcast, is …
 
Rob and Desma return to the world of knitting. In this episode, a woman who goes by Little Ragamuffin, was cancelled because of the name she gave one of her shirts. Some said it was racist. But when you find out what the name actually was, you may be just as shocked as Rob and Desma that anybody actually took offense to it.…
 
Nicki Clyne gained fame as one of the stars of the 'Battlestar Galactica' reboot. She gained infamy fo her role in NXIVM, the self-help group some people consider a cult. Nicki was never charged with a crime but she has been completely canceled by Hollywood. In one of her first interviews since the scandal broke, she talks about what drew her to th…
 
It's like something out of an episode of 'Black Mirror.' Digital animator Pasquale D'Silva woke up one morning, in horror, to find out he'd lost all his business and a bunch of his friends. The online mob had taken him out. In an emotional interview, Pasquale tells Rob and Desma what happened and what he's doing to fight back.…
 
It's time for another chilling story from our college campuses. University of Chicago Associate Professor Dorian Abbot criticized the way the school was implementing its diversity initiatives. It very nearly got him fired. Download to hear his incredible story and how he was able to ultimately beat the cancel mob at its own game.…
 
Actor-director Betty Hart joins Rob and Desma for a difficult discussion: when is it appropriate to cancel family members? Betty cut her father out of her life for ten-years. In a powerful and revealing interview, she explains why she did it and how the two of them finally reconciled. This episode is a bit different but a must-listen for anyone inv…
 
He is an inspirational rapper and a fitness expert, but many of you may know Zuby as a social media provocateur. In this freewheeling conversation, Zuby tells Rob and Desma how he stays one step ahead of the online mob, why he refuses to use the N word in his rap lyrics and why he believes lockdowns were a costly farce.…
 
From 'Loveline' to 'Teen Mom,' Dr. Drew has spent 30-years in the public eye giving solid medical advice with his trademark gentle delivery. But at the beginning of the pandemic, the online mob went after him so hard, his family had to go into hiding. In this revealing interview, Dr. Drew opens up about what happened and why he believes cancel cult…
 
Death metal artist Pablo Vergara, whose stage name is Morbid, posted videos of himself during a stay at downtown Los Angeles's infamous Cecil Hotel. One year later, in 2013, a young woman was found dead on the roof of the building (there's a Netflix true crime special on the case). Some online 'sleuths' accused Morbid of committing the murder. Unde…
 
In a very timely episode, Rob and Desma talk to Hawk Newsome, one of the worldwide leaders of the BLM movement. He is no stranger to the online mob. Last year, he was targeted after he had a very public fight with then President Trump. Now, a different online mob is attacking him after he called out BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors for her purchase …
 
Joe Walsh was a rising star in the conservative movement. The former Tea Party congressman was making waves in the world of right-wing talk radio. But when he threw his hat in the ring and challenged Donald Trump for the 2020 GOP nomination, MAGA nation cancelled him big time. In a freewheeling interview, Joe Walsh opens up about the anger and hurt…
 
He was a rockstar in the world of animation, working on iconic shows like The Ren & Stimpy Show, The Powerpuff Girls and Mickey Mouse. He went on to create and showrun Nickelodeon's hit series The Loud House. But it all came crashing down when multiple women accused him of sexual harassment. Savino has been exiled from the business for more than th…
 
He was an up and coming leading man. He had starred in two movies with John Travolta and got cast on the hit TV series 'Supernatural.' But then a series of on-line accusations sent Travis Aaron Wade's career crashing down. Hear his side of the story and find out what, if anything, he's planning to do to revive his career.…
 
He has represented clients like Mike Tyson, Jeffrey Epstein and OJ Simpson, but when famed attorney Alan Dershowitz argued for Donald Trump at his impeachment trial, he got cancelled. In a raw, honest, no holds barred conversation, Dershowitz tells Rob and Desma the painful lessons he's learned about modern day cancel culture and the toll it's take…
 
Standup comedian Konstantin Kisin ran afoul of the online mob when he refused to sign a 'behavioral agreement' before a charity benefit. The agreement asked him to agree to a no tolerance policy for making any jokes about anything from racism, sexism, homophobia to ageism. Kisin tells Rob and Desma why he refused to sign, what the fallout was and w…
 
He was a heartthrob Calvin Klein model, an actor and a family man. Everything was going great for Antonio Sabato Jr until he spoke at the 2016 RNC in support of Donald Trump. Sabato says that speech cost him his career and many friends. Things got so bad, so quick- he wound up working construction in Florida to make ends meet. In a no-holds barred …
 
Monica Harris is a black author, but when she wrote about an exhibit at an African American museum that she found patronizing and offensive, the mob turned on her. In a freewheeling discussion. Monica discusses how 'wokesters' are starting to sound a lot like the alt-right and what she thinks it will take to bring free speech back to the public squ…
 
She’s been called the Michael Jordan of women’s basketball. Now, the WNBA hall of famer finds herself embroiled in controversy after she called out a long time NBA photographer for an offensive Facebook post. After he got fired, the mob went after her. In an emotional, free-wheeling discussion Swoopes finally sets the record straight and for the fi…
 
In this episode Rob and Desma speak to two university professors, one liberal-one conservative, who came under fire for expressing their views. First, Lisa Durden who got fired after mixing it up with Tucker Carlson on Fox News. Then William Jacobsen, a Cornell law professor who got attacked for expressing his disapproval of the BLM movement.…
 
Keri Smith was never cancelled- she was a canceller. A self-described former SJW, Keri used to be the manager for comedians like Margaret Cho and W Kamau Bell. When people would get their lives destroyed online, she was either part of the mob or cheering them on. Over time, this began to wear on her conscience. In a remarkably candid interview, Ker…
 
Jordanian immigrant Natasha Tynes was sitting on top of the world. She was a happy mother of three, just four-weeks away from having her first novel published. But a confrontation with a DC Metro employee over of all things- a burrito- sent her world crashing down. Now cancelled, Natasha openly talks about her regrets, her anger and how this incide…
 
Cathy Young is one of 153 artists and intellectuals who signed an open letter in Harper's Magazine calling for an end to cancel culture. So how did a simple plea for artistic and intellectual freedom cause such a firestorm? In a freewheeling conversation Young talks to Rob and Desma about why she thinks cancel culture is similar to the French Revol…
 
Cancel culture has gotten so cruel, innocent people are now becoming targets of the mob. In this episode, Rob and Desma speak to Emmanuel Cafferty, who lost his dream job at SDG&E. They also speak to a couple, Ivan and Melissa Milosavljevic, who are now fighting to save their business. These people have one thing in common: they did absolutely noth…
 
She was flying high as the CEO of her own company. But when Sara Christensen decided to teach a young female applicant a lesson in professionalism, it backfired- and Sara found herself cancelled. In an emotional interview tells Rob and Desma what she's learned from her ordeal and the surprising way she plans to rebuild her life.…
 
He was once the most influential evangelical leader in the United States. Ted Haggard had a mega-church with a congregation of 14,000 people and a hotline to President George W Bush. But in 2006, a sex scandal destroyed his career and eviscerated his reputation. Ted Haggard was banished. One of the original victims of cancel culture. Now, for the f…
 
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