The Ghost Show Episode 58

Broadcast Number: 58

Broadcast Date: Monday, May 20th, 2019

Description: Ghost, once again, attempts to cover the stock and crypto markets. POTUS has rally in Montoursville, Pennsylvania. Who the hell is Pete Buttigieg? Swamp monster Republicans turn on POTUS and claim Mueller Report holds "threshold for impeachment." POTUS threatens to "officially end Iran," and warns to "never threaten the U.S. again." Australia rejects Left-Wing politics in latest elections. 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://www.youtube.com/user/ghostpolitics/live

Notes

Throughout the show, many TTS donations were spamming clock emojis in response to Ghost ranting before doing Radio Graffiti. Ghost was tempted to end the show early around the second hour due to his sound card not playing any sounds during the 12 dollar donations. Many were banned from the chatroom simply by saying that Ghost's computer didn't have sound.

During a very early Radio Graffiti, a splice of Ghost mistreating the Engineer played. Someone called as Ghost's grandmother telling him that he is a disappointment, sending him into a explosive rage. Pylons played a Crash Bandicoot remix of Ghost being a Mossad agent. Nightprowler played a splice of Ghost auctioning off his wife to Jackler, inducing massive rage. A splice of Ghost as a helicopter during the Vietnam War. Asrielkekker called in asking Ghost why he didn't help him with his homework, and also praised Obama and called Ghost out for getting "shekels" from TTS donations. His call along with multiple clock-related trolls caused Ghost to lose it at the end.

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