The Ghost Show Episode 52

Broadcast Number: 52

Broadcast Date: Monday, May 6th, 2019

Description: Ghost, once again, attempts to cover the stock and crypto markets. It's time to investigate the Democrats go after Attorney General Barr to deflect the true guilt from themselves. Democrats are the new Anti-American party. Cory Booker wants to throw Americans in jail who "won't give up their guns." Millennial men are hiring hookers to play video games. Ghost also attempts to do an actual show without the trolls turning it into a circus sideshow. And other political and social commentary! Maybe Radio Graffiti!

Link: https://youtu.be/zKdGBAOfvus

Notes

During the show, many TTS donations referred to the incident on the May 4th SNTS episode of Ghost being possibly responsible for driving a widow to suicide, and he was in denial and outraged over the donations. Before Radio Graffiti, Ghost went on a rant on Millennials, Jewish Magic, and Freemasonry.

During Radio Graffiti, a racist song was played. A splice of the Engineer attacking Ghost played. An audio clip of Ghost watching "Fur Watch" from a couple hours ago was edited to replace Furries with homosexuals. Serious Samsung played a remix of Kung Fu Fighting by Carl Douglas with Ghost beating his wife. Asrielkekker was targeted in a splice where Ghost called him a failtroll and dox him. Pylons played a splice of Ghost as Yoshikage Kira blowing up women. Someone played a splice from Rafa the Beat of Ghost masturbating to tribal nudity. The Pet Mexican returned, making small talk with Ghost until he started going to the restroom, causing Ghost to be disgusted. Nightprowler played a bait-and-switch call of Stevie Ray Vaughan and then cutting to Fuck You Texas. A caller misinterpreted Ghost's usual end quote from TCR. Finally, American Game Master played a splice of him calling out AsrielKekker, then killing Ghost and taking over his show to disable TTS and ban Asriel, causing Ghost to be enraged.

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