In this episode Doug speaks to Isaac Goff-Mitchell, creator and host of The Youth Vote podcast. They talk about how to increase the participation of young people in the election process from voting to running for office. What is one simple thing Democrats could do that the GOP does for the youth who work for them?
Tag: 2020 Presidential Election
In this episode Doug talks about the recent release of secular agendas to the Biden-Harris transition team to help restore the separation of church and state. One particular word change could make some Christian nationalist heads explode and it isn’t saying Happy Holidays. Doug then complains about the infighting between mainstream Democrats and progressives now that the election is over and why it’s only hurting Democrats. Finally Doug mentions the latest religious freedom perversion from the US Supreme Court it allows some churches to ignore state public health orders.
In this episode Doug gets schooled on the Secular Voices Survey by Dr. Juhem Navarro-Rivera from Socioanalitica Research. Secular voters are more than atheist and agnostic and they are more political and more progressive than white Christian nationalists. Secular voters also are more concerned about the response to COVID-19. Dr. Navarro-Rivera also touches on the Latinx vote. Voters for Trump tended to come from countries where they were richer and a higher social class than Latinx voters in Arizona which went for Biden.
In the debut episode host Doug Berger explains the manifesto of the podcast, talks about how some forced birthers in Ohio are using the virus outbreak to reach their ultimate goal, and then talks about Bernie Sanders and his math problem as the 2020 primary season draws to a bumpy end.