2022 May 6 The Bryan Hyde Show

The Bryan Hyde Show

Revel in Wrongthink


If you've been following the data that Pfizer grudgingly released, you know that some serious questions are being raised. Kit Knightly asks, do the Pfizer data dumps really mean anything?

Here's another take on the likely overturning of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court. El Gato Malo says, it's time to Roe Roe Roe the court out of the business of determining societal mores and morality.

When you hear people claiming that the overturn of Roe v. Wade spells the end of democracy, it's not true. Thomas L. Knapp explains why using "democracy" as an argument against overturning the case doesn't work.

2020 is a year that will be studied by historians for ages to come. Janet Levy maintains that the real black swan of 2020 wasn't the virus, it was the assault against small businesses.

The substack of Margaret Anna Alice has been a great resource for wrongthinkers on Covid-related issues. Her latest essay is a dialogue with a curious injectee and it's a great example of how to help people see truth they might have missed.

The antidote to the problem of growing oppression is to live as problem-solvers instead of outsourcing solutions to government. Kent McManigal advises to be the cure to the disease of government.

One possible solution to the current labor shortage is for businesses to make themselves more attractive to employees. Dan Sanchez says employers may want to stop humiliating the help with mask requirements.

It's not just free speech that's causing contention but an active crusade against the truth itself. Albin Sadar has a pretty solid breakdown of what the left hates most.


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