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No Labels No Show is OFFICIAL! When to not correct people on the internet. (with Sasha Issenberg)

Justin Robert Young interviews Sasha Eisenberg, author of 'The Lie Detectives,' about the impact of the internet and disinformation on modern elections. They discuss the evolution of political campaigns, the rise of social media, and the challenges of navigating misinformation and disinformation. They also touch on the 2024 presidential election and the potential influence of third-party candidates. The conversation highlights the need for campaigns to adapt to the decentralized media landscape and the importance of addressing internal party dissent.

00:00 Introduction and the Importance of Primaries

02:16 Challenges in Consolidating Party Support

03:46 Addressing Internal Party Dissent

11:05 No Labels and Third Party Candidates

13:35 The Ongoing Conflict in Gaza

56:47 Conclusion and Sasha Eisenberg's Expertise

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