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On May 13, George Takei and Todd Beeton spoke with Denise Bell of Amnesty International about how the Trump administration is bringing even more harm to our asylum seekers and refugees during the Coronavirus pandemic.

George drew a distinct parallel between Trump's policies today and the U.S. government's internment of Japanese Americans during World War II.

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.












On this episode of George Takei's "Oh Myyy Pod!" podcast, host George Takei and co-host Todd Beeton explore the roots of the conspiracy theories that haunt the Internet and look at how and why they spread like wildfire online.

Listen below to find out the roots of the bonkers conspiracy theory that Hillary Clinton was running a child sex ring out of a D.C. pizza parlor.

You can listen to our previous Season 2 episodes below


On this episode of George Takei's "Oh Myyy Pod!" podcast, host George Takei and co-host Todd Beeton explore the ways Fox News and rightwing media spread disinformation and feed Trump supporters a steady diet of "alternative facts" to create an alternate reality.

Listen below to find out how Sarah Silverman helped one Trump supporter leave MAGA behind:

You can listen to our previous Season 2 episodes below

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On this episode of the "Oh Myyy Pod!" podcast, host George Takei and co-host Todd Beeton explore the ways our data was weaponized against us during the 2016 election and how the Trump campaign continues to exploit digital tools to spread disinformation in 2020.

Listen below to hear Judd Legum discuss Facebook's policy not to factcheck Trump's dishonest political ads.

And listen to the rest of our second season here: