​George Takei Explains Why Donald Trump's 'Chinese Virus' Slur Is So Dangerous​

​George Takei Explains Why Donald Trump's 'Chinese Virus' Slur Is So Dangerous​

On Wednesday, March 25th, George Takei joined Oh Myyy Pod co-host Todd Beeton for a remote discussion about how he and his husband Brad are doing under California's shelter in place order, how he's spending his time in isolation, and his thoughts on Donald Trump's response to the global pandemic.

George also explained why Donald Trump's use of the term "Chinese virus" to describe the pandemic is so insidious and has such a dark precedent in U.S. history.

You can listen to the discussion below:

For more Oh Myyy Pod, you can check out Season 2 below.

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