Every Friday evening on Rebel Roundup, we get together with other Rebel contributors to review the week's headlines, from the serious to the absurd.
Settle in and enjoy!
* Bradford, England is a city that is increasingly divided by nationality, religion, and race, but one major issue cuts through everything in Bradford — illegal drug use.
Katie Hopkins recently visited Bradford and joins us to weigh-in with her thoughts.
* A bunch of mostly white teenagers were triggered by a century-old statue in North Carolina, so they had a hearty debate about it. No they didn’t – they tore it down.
Ben Davies discusses this latest instance of statue vandalism in the name of political correctness.
* On-line provider of basic health information, Healthline.com, is ignoring science in favour of feelings by renaming certain body parts to be more inclusive to the trans community. And so it is that the website will now refer to “vagina” as “the front hole.”
Martina Markota will update us on the latest in transanity!
* And finally, letters. Tonight, I’ll share some of your feedback regarding my commentary on the awful film, Hurricane Heist. Why is it that even a corny action-adventure movie these days feels compelled to deliver a preachy leftist sermon on man-made climate change?