Fortnite and gaming superstar Tyler "Ninja" Blevins has a fairly extensive history of being wrong on a whole host of topics, so why does that history help make some of his more controversial recent comments to the New York Times...right?
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Discussed in this episode:
"“Better to remain silent and be thought a fool…”: A Ninja Story (VL142) (Hoeg Law)"
YouTube Video - December 1, 2019 - Hoeg Law
"Too Big to Fail? On Ninja’s Repugnant Defense of Cheating in Fortnite (VL131)"
YouTube Video - November 8, 2019 - Hoeg Law
"Ninja says parents should parent their kids, citing that it's "not [his] job..."
Tweet - January 25, 2021 - GameSpot
"Ninja Thinks Parents Should Parent Their Kids"
GameSpot - January 25, 2021
"Teenagers Made Ninja a Gaming Superstar. He Has a Message for Parents."
New York Times - January 24, 2021
"LATEST PANTS ON FIRE! FACT-CHECKS ON JOE BIDEN"
"666,000 teachers have been laid off already since March."
"Fact-checking 7 statistical claims from Biden's (quite factual) economic speech"
CNN - January 26, 2021
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