Cancel culture has been causing ripple effects over the previous year, affecting the careers and reputations of celebrities, CEOs, comedians, pastors and ordinary individuals across America. Celebrities and ordinary Americans the same are contemplating whether they will be the next victim of this trend. Fox Nation’s most up to date series, Canceled in the USA, brings a deep dive into how this could be occurring in a democratic society with a constitutional right to free speech.
Canceled in the USA will profile “canceled” Americans who never figured they would be up to speed at this time ever. Dan Bongino, who is additionally a host of Fox News Channel’s Unfiltered, and The Dan Bongino Show, will host the series. A new episode will be released every day from July 19 through July 23.
Bongino will main stories like Natasha Tynes, a foreigner and writer who at last lost her book deal after she tweeted out a picture of a black Washington Metro representative defying the guidelines by eating on the train. Twitter clients at last blamed Tynes for being bigoted and an awful individual.
Bongino will likewise cover VIP cancel culture, plunking down with Gilbert Gottfried and Adam Carolla to talk about their own stories of being canceled, as well as different stories that have rocked the entertainment industry.
Watchers moreover will perceive how cancel culture is making waves across college campuses and in churches, and how literary agent Colleen Oefelein started a free speech debate in the wake of landing fired from her job for signing up for conservative-friendly social media platforms Parler and Gab.
The series will finish in a conversation of how Americans are fighting back against this group while investigating how “canceled” Americans figured out how to explore their public disgracing.