Elon Musk's War on Journalism, Unions, and Safety & MORE - SOME MORE NEWS

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J Scott Hatcher : arguably better than This Week tonight or The Daily Show.

Bird's Eye View : Positive comment of encouragement

Chase Dailey : Every time I wonder why this takes so long to post cause I want more. But each time it is uploaded, I'm reminded why. The amount of work is astounding. Don't change a thing.

ferocyter : This show is still one of the best commentaries on current affairs and the current administration. It should be more popular.

k a y l e e : 1,000% watched this before i watched philly d. some news always comes first. always.

Sean Kratovil-Lavelle : This show is....*looks at paper* ..good.

GravitySloth : this whole "pravduh" thing is painfully moronic. "truth" isn't measured by what number of people believe something, it's measured by objective observation, honest data, and competent statistics

EpicBeard815 : Yeah but Elon wears his cap backwards and watches the Lakers so he's cool and not at all like the dozen other skeezbag venture capitalists

Devin Faux : SpaceX is cool and all, but y'know what'd make it cooler? If it were worker-owned.

Cassie Cass : I'm so happy there's a new video to make me sad! This is weird! Love your stuff!

Sam : We shouldn't really have lifetime judgeships that are just presidential appointments, BUT it's ridiculous Obama didn't get to choose Scalia's replacement. Also I listened to the oral arguments from Masterpiece Cakeshop earlier and most of the people in that room sounded like complete idiots. Counsel interrupting Justices, and Gorsuch at one point interrupted counsel to make a joke that didn't land. It was a good listen. Hey that's a good tweet, too.

steal threaded : Country was doomed when the union busting started, odd they love the police union though.

John Paul Sylvester : Elon Musk is literally a real life Lex Luthor. He’s super smart, and does a lot of good stuff, but deep down, he’s pure evil.

Hanno : Hey, I work in a lab that explains nano particles to kids. Maybe Elon can come by sometimes!

Qwokka : I found it kinda concerning clinging to Musk or other Billionaires to do what benefits society instead just ...you know, taxing them (closing loopholes too) and let the Government do their job?

Cluckery Duckery : The whole "have the public determine the core truth" idea is fundamentally flawed. It's actually an informal logical fallacy. Argumentum ad populum. If literally 100% of humans believe something that is empirically false, it is still empirically false. If literally 100% of humans consider something to be false that is empirically true, then 100% of humans are factually incorrect. I think some people take the phrase "perception is reality" a bit too literally. Reality is reality, and in regards to empirical objective facts, a person's thoughts, feelings, beliefs, opinions, understanding, perceptions, hopes, desires, or fears are completely and utterly irrelevant. Edit: I don't know how to spell, it seems. Edit 2: I mixed up formal and informal.

AmericanNohbuddy ™ : Cody explaining why capitalism is immoral is beautiful

James : Whoa... Looks like Elon Musk's got the skills and traits of a... (squinting hard at paper) future Republican President!!

elijah jolly : None of what you do is bad, but this one was particularly good I think. You guys do really good work, and deserve to make some of that dirty capital.

zEropoint68 : fuck elroy jetson

Randall Koskubar : generic positive comment for algorithm. also i love cody's showdy. keep them coming. also, out of curiosity, i have not seen an abundance of trolls in the comment section in the past. am i overlooking them, or do the trolls not know about some more news?

CanuckMonkey13 : I just now noticed that the back "wall" is a world map with south at the top. Love it! (I won't say it's upside-down, because putting north at the top is just a northocentric convention--WAKE UP SHEEPLE)

James Orville : Can we as a mass group send that tweet segment to Elon until he's forced to listen to it and respond?

Miss Heathen : Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos are pure pro-capitalist garbage. Anyone who's against worker unions are trash. Also, like, isn't the majority of electricity powered by coal... A fossil fuel? Yeah. And isn't Lithium Ion batteries made of petrochemical oil derivatives? It's time to admit it.

Thirst Fast : I'm no civil engineer, but don't you need the RIGHT kind of dirt to make bricks?

demultiplexer : I hate it when you're right and pointing out something that I've been wrong about. I'm sad now.

ProductiveDiscord : In an abstract way, Musk is using a similar strategy of distracting from serious concerns using a social media story that walks the line between joke and something he might actually do. He's just doing it smoother than the president.

I'm more important than you : I like Elon and he’s allowed to do his dumb website but he needs to calm down on Twitter Also Unions are important

plasticbutler : Lisa needs braces.

Grimbeard : Fact check needed at 10:36 - is there any actual evidence that Trump is a billionaire?

Maga means fool in Nigerian. : When I see Cody put out a new video, I stop everything and hit play!

Charles Lehmann : GOD DAMN, that's a lot of sources to cite! Thank you!

Alderick van Klaveren : Haven't watched the entire report yet, but I wanted to comment before I buy groceries; Thank you for covering this. I was oblivious to this attitude of Elon Musk. Thank you for keeping me sceptical of powerful individuals.

AvangionQ : Billionaires in a capitalist system often have the same problem: they underpay their workers, reduce benefits and fight unionization ... all to maximize profits at any expense.

VampireBuddha : Can we leave Jeff Bezos in space?

fuckfannyfiddlefart : Like all Capitalists Elon is using Puerto Rico like everyone to use DISASTER CAPITALISM to destroy Nationalized industry and PRIVATIZE EVERYTHING for PROFIT.

CybershamanX : I'm surprised that a "very smart" guy like Elon Musk would think that the general public "rating" news would be a good idea. I'm sure his tune would change the moment what he considered "truth" was voted down. Sorry, Elon, but your Twitter likes wouldn't wouldn't carry over to a voting system like that.* Silly billionaires and their simplistic view of the world. *Every wonder why Twitter and Facebook don't have "dislike" buttons? Well, if their users saw just how many people don't really like their posts, there would be a _big_ drop in the number of people using their platforms. Yep. It's always sunny and everyone gets a prize! _Everybody_ likes you! What's that? You say, "But YouTube has a thumbs down button for comments!" Well, in actuality... The thumbs down buttons do nothing! While you never actually get to see how many people thumbs down a comment, the omnipotent YouTube algorithm still keeps track of them and, considering them "engagement", will actually _promote_ a heavily downvoted comment toward the top when you have comments sorted by "Top Comments". So, downvoting a comment, while possibly cathartic, will actually make it _more_ likely that others will see it. Something to keep in mind.

MaztaPan : the only channel where I have notifications on

Max Fritze : But we have to worship Musk!!! He's a genius who obviously hasn't disparaged the women in his life!

Damien Mcilrath : Facts, figures and common sense. What more could you want from a news show? Thank you Cody, Katy and the rest of the team, I love the show and I really appreciate the amount of work that must go into each episode. Keep it up :)

mad honeybee : why have laws when we have rich kids that feel things should be the way they want? if he was a truly good boss he would not mind the Union & would bonus his employees anyway if they are doing their jobs well. Also, most really do not care to help the neediest. P.S. I thought of both those things online banking & yellow pages online and lonely hearts clubs. but, I was a poor girl busting her ass at minimum wage jobs just to get by. could do nothing about. I also thought of a Delivery service that goes to any take~out. 30 years ago. lol, people would laugh. but I had no chance of doing anything about it. Some people would say, you should sell your ideas... LOL right to who? I did not grow up with emeralds in my pockets.

Nilco1 Nilco : Your conclusion has the perfect proportion of salt and earnestness.

Qwasm Gasm : The Edison of the new world. one good idea and then a world of lies.

Valter Östberg : Very impressive guys. Really hope this gets one million views. The more people become aware of how helpful the system is to billionaires and corporations compared to how it treats the poor, the more push there will be for actual change and progress.

4saken404 : Cody you might be onto something with that whole Overview Effect thing. So I think we need to start literally sending more billionaires into space. Then maybe they will be motivated to do something productive with some of that wealth they've been hoarding.

Break the Screen : I definitely need to do an Elon Musk parody in the near future that addresses the obsession & worship of multi-billionaires & their egotistical frivolities.

Debby Dares : YouTube is telling me I should be more concerned than we think. It’s recommended videos on the best apocalypse survival hideouts and what to pack for any apocalypse.

Devin Parker : What’s the quote? Behind every fortune is a crime. Also, you can’t serve both God and money. And money is the root of all kinds of evil. And...

Noh Body : So Elon Musk is a real life Bond villain and the white house is run by one, or several. Great time to be alive.

MalevolentDivinity : As much as I am in favor of some sort of rating system of a source's reliableness, the last thing I'd want was for that rating system to be voted on by any old jackarse. No. What I want is a group of publicly funded organizations who spend all their time going over all the sources everywhere. Make it so that they can challenge faulty ratings from their competitors, and have a third entity to mediate said challenges. Or something like that. Something with enough redundancy that it'd be difficult to corrupt.