In this episode, Lauren shares her opinion about whether or not racism is a mental illness? And furthermore – is any descent from the correct opinions just a sign of insanity, or are people simply just wrong sometimes? And then: in the U.K. and Canada, there have been petitions from artists of all specialties to bring about universal basic income (UBI). Lauren considers their economic advice.
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Lauren Chen is a political and social commentator, and host of the BlazeTV show Pseudo-Intellectual. She began as a YouTuber, and has since gained millions of views on the platform and hundreds of thousands of followers. She has also appeared on Fox News, The Daily Wire, Rebel Media, PragerU and The Rubin Report.
Lauren was born in Canada, raised in Hong Kong, and came to the US for university. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a Minor in Middle East Studies and Arabic. The topics she is most passionate about include dating culture, marriage, family values, individual liberty, gender equality, and issues surrounding race.
Lauren is a conservative woman who has spoken out against issues like modern, third-wave feminism as part of YouTube’s political commentary community. Her videos focus on current events and political and social news.
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