The Gavin McInnes Show

Gavin McInnes is the fearless leader of The Proud Boys and on his show he touches on topics. Like, a lot of them. No seriously, we really can’t think of one topic that Gavin hasn’t touched on. He’s a phenomenon. Just ask him.

Episode 23

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On tonight's show, Gavin talks to Zoey Tur about being transgender - and gets to the bottom of the Transgender Vagina. He also chats with comedian Dave Hill, and Mercedes.

Episode 22

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Tonight on TACS - editor Peter Brimelow talks about immigration myths, Pastor James David Manning has a riveting conversation with Gavin about Obama and oppressed blacks, and Mercedes Carrera talks about microaggressions and Puerto Ricans.

Episode 20

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We've got a full episode of TGMS tonight - Gavin talks with Dr. Gad Saad, Weev, Curtis Brown and Mercedes Carrera.

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On today's TGMS - We've got Robert Spencer talking The Complete Infidel's Guide to the Koran, what would happen if ISIS took over, guest Sargon of Akkad talking liberals and progressives in Great Britain, and Mercedes talking hot chicks on news channels.

Episode 18

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Today's episode features an interview with Chuck C. Johnson, a debate about racism in America with R.A. the Rugged Man and Jared Taylor, with a wrap-up with Taleeb Starkes.

Episode 17

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Cat Marnell and Nero join Gavin in the NYC Studio. They chat about porn star parents, feminists, bomb threats, and more. Hear a major announcement about Rat.

Episode 16

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Lots of Interviews on this episode - Roosh is back, we learn about lie detectors, trans issues, video games, college making kids dumber, and much more.

Episode 15

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Watch Gavin talk with Roosh V about his issues in Canada, and with Mercedes about Cryogenics.

Episode 14

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Gavin is live from New York for the first time! He talks hipsters, punk, and more with Jim Goad, Tony Barber, Ralph Sutton and Kendra Sunderland.