Nightside with Dan Rea - Rundown for October 15, 2020

A Teacher Belittles a 12-Year-Old For Liking the President. A Gloucester middle school student is asking his school to train its staff in facilitating discussions about politics after a teacher mocked him in class for expressing support for President Trump. The teacher also told her students that it was a good thing the President had tested positive for the Coronavirus. Jackson Cody's attorney Marc Randazza joins Dan to discuss the incident.

Censorship Is Alive and Well on Twitter. Yesterday, social media giant Twitter blocked all posts involving the New York Post's article that reveals a discovery of emails showing a connection between former Vice-President Biden and his son, Hunter Biden’s business partners at a Ukrainian gas company. Accounts blocked included the White House Press Secretary and U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz. The censorship has now prompted the Senate Judiciary Committee to meet and vote on subpoenas to subpoena Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. NY Post columnist Miranda Devine joins Dan to talk about the whole sorry mess.

Is Thanksgiving Cancelled? Dr. Fauci spoke to CBS Evening News Wednesday evening about how Thanksgiving is going to look very different this year. Given the uptick in COVID cases around the country, Dr. Fauci suggested: “You may have to bite the bullet and sacrifice that social gathering.” Will you heed Dr. Fauci’s warning about Thanksgiving social gatherings or will you still gather as you normally do?

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