...chugging some exotic, multi-tiered drug cocktail that Hunter Thompson might have mixed up: a pleasant buzz that takes you up and up, followed by a brutal nutpunch of crazy.
At the front end, their observations about the inner workings of the media are spot on. There is apparently (smiles) a "club" out of which you will be cast if you're not 100% down with the corporate party line. MSNBC allegedly tried to put Uygur out to pasture by offering to pay him twice as much as he was making for his weekday show, but exiling him to the weekends, so he walked. Walsh couldn't make the transition from "Libtards are the Worst. If Trump Loses, Grab Your Muskets and Follow Me!" to "Trump is a Golden God" so he was shown the door at Clear Channel. Also, if you want to hear Walsh drone on for 15 minutes about how courageous it was for him to quit/be bounced off of Team Evil -- I lost everything! I lost all my fascist friends! Nobody at the Ministry of Wingnut Propaganda wants to gimme a job! -- this is the podcast for you.
However, at the back end comes the crash in the form of Uygur's performance as Shouty, Bernie Woulda Won Reenactor. A lot of history had to be carved up and buried deep for Uygur's story fit, and he leans into it with all his voices.
As he tells is, Bernie would have easily swept the field were it not for Barack Obama (who, according to Uygur, was behind the scenes, pulling all the strings and barking all the orders) and James Clyburn (who, according to Uygur, is the worst hack and phony in history.) Clyburn somehow tricked all the black voters in South Carolina who were foolish enough to trust into voting for Biden, and then the mainstream press -- under orders from Obama -- brainwashed the rest of the Democratic base into following suit.
Also, according to Uygur, "Nobody hates progressives more than Joy Reid". In fact, she's part of a group at MSNBC which "hate progressives more than they hated Trump."
There's other stuff, but this isn't a transcription service.
Anyway it's quite the ride. I can't recommend it, but you should know that such a thing exists.