What Do You Really Think? with Marc Lamont Hill and Buck Sexton

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December 8, 2020 00:57:59

On the latest episode of “What Do You Really Think?”, Buck and Marc debate restaurant and mask policies, stay-at-home orders, President Obama’s “defund the police” comments, and whether Joe Biden is more of a Scottie Pippen or John Paxson. Plus, the guys look ahead at the future of movie theaters, and they reflect on some of their favorite movie-going experiences, including a family trip to see “Jurassic Park” and a very eventful time watching Tupac’s “Juice.”

November 24, 2020 01:10:49

On today's episode of What Do You Really Think?, Buck and Marc are joined by Candace Owens for a candid conversation about the contested election, President Obama's popularity relative to Joe Biden's, President Trump's messaging to the Black community, AOC and Democratic Socialism, Black Lives Matter, defunding the police, and much more.

November 17, 2020 00:50:27

On today's episode of What Do You Really Think?, Buck and Marc discuss the many aspects and storylines of President Trump continuing to contest the presidential election results, including how 2020 compares to Clinton/2016 and Gore/2000, what Trump will say if and when he ultimately concedes, and whether or not they expect a peaceful transition of power. And later, their culture conversation tackles everything from trap music and gambling to strip club food and rap vs. sports.

November 10, 2020 01:04:40

In the first episode of What Do You Really Think? since Joe Biden was declared the election winner, Buck and Marc talk through a long list of related topics, including what led to Joe Biden's victory, the conversation around voter fraud, how conservatives and The Squad will respond to the new POTUS, the Senate races in Georgia, surprises in the House, the chances of a Trump family member running in 2024, and when (and if) President Trump will deliver a concession speech. Plus, a deep-dive on 90's music and modern-day musician recommendations!

November 4, 2020 00:55:30

On the day after the election, Buck and Marc try to make sense of all the moving parts. They discuss the biggest surprises and takeaways from Election Night, including polling issues, unexpected Trump support from Black men, the impact of the latino vote in Florida, how COVID has impacted this election, President Obama's role in Joe Biden's rise, and whether or not Bernie Sanders would have fared better than Biden.

October 27, 2020 00:57:14

With just one week to go until Election Day, Buck and Marc break down all the moving parts and lingering questions on both sides. Can Joe Biden protect his lead? How much is Kamala Harris really an asset to the Biden campaign? Will the final debate have any meaningful impact on voters? And is Donald Trump actually racist? The guys debate those questions, plus they touch on a few other major topics in the news, including Hunter Biden, fracking, and Amy Coney Barrett.

October 20, 2020 01:03:29

In the debut episode of What Do You Really Think?, Buck and Marc discuss everything from Twitter/Facebook suppression and Hunter Biden to the latest election polling and what they're each watching on Netflix.

October 19, 2020 00:00:54

Here’s what to expect from What Do You Really Think? with Marc Lamont Hill and Buck Sexton, with new episodes dropping every Tuesday, exclusively on Quake Media.

December 1, 2020 01:02:39

On the latest episode of What Do You Really Think?, Buck and Marc trade figurative punches over the recent Mike Tyson-Roy Jones Jr. and Nate Robinson-Jake Paul boxing matches before discussing their expectations for a (likely) Biden administration, their hopes for the future of American foreign policy, and their predictions for President Trump and his family post-presidency. Later, the guys are joined by longtime NBA player (and avowed Republican) Spencer Hawes to talk about how he was treated by the league because of his political beliefs, and what he thinks would happen to a current NBA player who publicly supported a conservative cause like Blue Lives Matter.