The three focused mostly on fanning the flames of the “critical race theory” panic that has become a rallying cry on the right, with Diamond and Silk repeating a refrain of “Keep your hands off our children” and labelling education about race a “conspiracy theory.” Clarke most directly addressed the murder of George Floyd. “I don’t know about you, but I’m tired of hearing about George Floyd,” he said to applause. Later, he added: “The sooner we can put George Floyd in our collective rear view mirror, the better.”
I spoke with O'Brien about how much he makes on YouTube from ads per month:
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"It looks like it's what we call 'manner of Picasso,'" Cowley told CTV Morning Live Vancouver Thursday.