The Ghost Show Episode 62

Broadcast Number: 62

Broadcast Date: Wednesday, May 29th, 2019

Description: Robert Mueller is a lying, "Deep State" cover-up artist! Democrats use Mueller's manipulative legalese to up the calls for impeachment. Fake News CNN is losing viewers and money! Ghost, once again, attempts to cover the stock and crypto markets. 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

During Shoutouts, Ghost accidentally called Pooka Dude a "faggot", causing him to quickly retort that he said "baguette" and kick Pooka out of the chatroom.

Many American Civil War-related calls were played. A splice of Ghost beating his wife was played. A female caller called in saying that Ghost is the son of Rush Limbaugh and Alex Jones. Nightprowler played a splice of Ghost stating that he is a gay cripple who enjoys gay porn. Someone played a gay porn of the Battle of the Alamo, enraging Ghost. A bait-and-switch pianist played the Star Spangled Banner, but then transitioned into the Soviet National Anthem, causing Ghost to be pissed. A Daniel Bryan splice played of Ghost saying "faggot" repeatedly. A caller suggested to Ghost that he should turn off TTS when he wants to discuss a topic but he rebutted by saying he wants interactivity on the show, which caused trolls to mock him. Someone impersonating InsaneEnergy played Jewish music. J-Man played a splice of Ghost getting to the "shekels". Finally, a call of Asho showing his porn stash to Asrielkekker was played. This caused Ghost to be disgusted and play old clips from 2011-12 of Asho when he was a kid, and he was also concerned about Asriel being corrupted by Asho.

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