The Neon Revolt Show – Episode 1: What I Learned Spending a Month as a Liberal


from Neon Revolt:

Welcome to the first ever episode of the Neon Revolt Show!

This new show is different from my regular articles, more of which will be forthcoming very soon!

If you want to subscribe to the show in your favorite podcast app, you can do so by subscribing to this link:

I’ve also uploaded the episode to both Youtube and Bitchute, so if you prefer, you can watch them there:

I’m currently working on Gab uploads, and hope to host them there at some point, but Gab is being a bit finicky in the uploads department right now.

Below is a transcript of the entire episode, should you so desire that.

Hello, and welcome to the Neon Revolt Show.

I am your host Neon and today, we’ll be talking about what I learned spending an entire month as a Liberal.

Welcome everyone to a brand new podcast; the first, in fact, of a brand new show I’m calling, well… The Neon Revolt show. Hey, you’ve got to work with what you’ve got, so with that in mind, let’s get started. But before we get into the thick of it, there are just two quick housekeeping items I’d like to draw your attention to first. If you haven’t already, please take some time to watch the recent interview I was so graciously invited to help conduct over on Redpill78’s Youtube channel with one Judyth Vary Baker. Judyth was a whiz-kid back in the early 60’s and she just so happened to be the lover of Lee Harvey Oswald. She recounts her story of love and loss in her incredible book Me and Lee, and I think it’s something that every American should read, because it fundamentally reconstructs history in a way that will not only challenge the mainstream narratives you’ve heard your entire life, but puts the puzzle pieces back together in the only way that I’ve found that makes any real sense. By the end of her heart-wrenching story, you’ll come to see Oswald as a hero and a patriot who died for his country. Now, I’m not going to spoil any more for you, so if this sounds like something that’s up your alley, I would encourage you to pick up her book, or her audiobook, and give it a read. Or a listen. I said it during the interview, and I’ll say it again: I think Judyth is a fantastic writer, and it’s something that is well worth your time and will surely expand your thinking.

Okay, item number two: I published an article recently on my site,, where I stated my intentions to really do my best to get back to the article-writing thing that so many seem to enjoy and gain so much from, as well as set the record straight on a few fronts. If you would like to check that out to see what I’m aiming for, you can find that, and all my articles on

Now, onto the show:

Readers of my frequent Gab postings will, no doubt, already be well aware of what a time I had these past few months. Between getting the Coronavirus quote-unquote pandemic so wrong (a story I may be able to talk about… someday) and then trying to focus more on stock trading and seeing everything go south so fast, I had genuinely come to loathe everything Trump, and by proxy, Q, was doing. It was the first time I had ever experienced these kinds of negative emotions towards the man and the movement, and I think it was the double-whammy of both the virus and the collapse of the economy that had really got to me.

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