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How the Working Class are Remaking the Republican Party | J.D. Vance Interview

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Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to J.D. Vance, author of “Hillbilly Elegy” about the real reasons that Democrats abandoned the working class, radical ideas to break up Big Tech, and how easy it would be to censor conservative content on the internet. J.D. first explains how the Democratic Party became the party of urban elites and how the new populist Republicans differ from conservatives of the past. He explains how antitrust laws could break up the tech giants as well as a more radical proposal. J.D. shares why he’s invested in Rumble and how the shutdown of Parler was a massive wake-up call to conservative social media sites. J.D. also explains how easy it would be for online censorship to get much worse for conservatives. 

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