I didn't hear the Freudian slip. What was it? He said he didn't think she'd win and that he doesn't have Trump Derangement Syndrome.

Listen to it again.

>I don't have Trump Derangement Sydrome. I don't think Trump is literally the reincarnation of a certain world war two era [don't say hitler, don't say hitler, don't say hitler] hero. I can't say his name because youtube.

It's very quick, so unless you're listening for it, you'll miss it.

It's amazing to watch what happens to someone that consumes too many redpills. It's fascinating even. He sees all this evidence, put still clings to his old ways, and it's destroying him inside as he tries to reason with it. But in the end, he can't ignore the truth, and it just gets worse and worse as time goes on.

I watch a lot of him because he generally presents a very moderate/centrist view on the news, and is right about a lot of stuff.

I do not believe this is a fair assessment. Pool is a decent intelligent guy, but he's just a kid who still thinks he's "liberal". I went through that phase too, as many of us probably have and he's just creeping toward reason and understanding. I respect his stalwart support for free speech and freedom in general and I am sure he's more one of us than he isn't, regardless of how he wants to label himself.

I agree with you completely.

It's necessary to take a step back once in a while, and remind one's self that in a way, he's still learning. It's easy to forget that when he has as much popularity as he has.

Either way, I was just having a quick laugh at his silly mistake: no different than pointing and laughing at a school-mate who forgot to zip up his fly.

I thought it was kind of a cool tip of the hat calling him hero.

But I was a bit tipsy when I watched that one.