June 3, 4:00 PM EDT: TOQLive with Tom Sunic, James Edwards, and Kevin MacDonald

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  2. Luke
    Luke says:

    I have been (or was) a long time listener to the Political Cesspool radio show. My favorite personality on that show has always been Keith Alexander, who clearly is the brains and intellectual guru for that radio show.

    As for James Edwards, it seems to me that he has an incredibly irritating habit of constantly interrupting both Keith or whatever guest that they might have on their show, and he usually does this right at the point when Keith or the guest is in the middle of making a truly outstanding comment on whatever issue they are discussing. Edwards has picked up nearly all of the enemy mainstream media’s most obnoxious and overbearing habits and tactics (?) when conducting an interview. Constant interruptions. Constantly talking over the other individual. Launching into long winded diatribes that limit and reduce the amount of time the guest has to deliver their message. James Edwards is very much like David Duke, when doing an interview – they are prone towards taking over the interview and flapping their gums and not allowing their guests to have very much time to state their views and opinions. This interview style is one that I find increasingly irritating, frustrating, and unappealing – and for this reason, I have a drastically reduced interest in downloading and listening to the Political Cesspool radio show and the shows that David Duke does.

    I have downloaded a few of these TOQ livestream shows and converted them to mp3 format, but have yet to listen
    to one for the duration. I am hoping that I am not treated to the same kind of show hog behavior that has reduced
    my interest in the two podcasts I cited earlier. My rule is this: If you invite an interesting guest on the show for an interview, the guest should be the one who does most of the talking. If a particular show host wants to do a monologue,
    then don’t invite a guest – and then do the motor mouth routine.

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