The culture of cancellation has made waves over the past year, affecting the careers and reputations of celebrities, CEOs, comedians, pastors, and everyday people across America. Celebrities and ordinary Americans alike are wondering when and if they will be the next victims of this trend. Fox Nationlatest series of, Canceled in the US, delves into how this can happen in a democratic society with constitutional freedom of speech.
Canceled in the US will profile “cancelled” Americans who never thought they would be caught up in this moment in history. Dan Bongino, host of Fox News Channel Unrefined, and Dan Bongino Program, will host the series. A new episode will be released every day from July 19 to July 23.
Bongino will cover stories like Natasha Tynes, an immigrant and author who eventually lost her book deal after she tweeted a picture of a black Washington Metro employee breaking the rules by eating. on the train. Twitter users ended up accusing Tynes of being racist and a lousy person.
Bongino will also address celebrity cancellation culture, sitting down with Gilbert Gottfried and Adam Carolla to discuss their own canceled stories, as well as other stories that have rocked the entertainment industry .
Additionally, viewers will see how the cancellation culture is making waves on college campuses and in churches, and how literary agent Colleen Oefelein sparked a free speech debate after. when fired for subscribing to conservative-friendly social media platforms Parler and Gab.
This series will culminate in a discussion of how Americans are against this faction while looking back at how “cancellation” Americans have managed to navigate their public shame.
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