We're Not Wrong

Not wrong political opinions.

About the show

Jen Briney, Andrew Heaton and Justin Robert Young discuss the world of politics, government and media. They have never, and will never, be incorrect about anything.


  • Episode 46: About Biden's Bailouts and Tucker's January 6th Footage

    March 16th, 2023  |  1 hr 38 mins

    Today on the We're Not Wrong Podcast, Justin, Jen and Andrew discuss:

    Biden's bailout of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank after they collapsed in the 2nd and 3rd largest bank failures in US history. Biden promised taxpayer money would not be used and that bank leadership would be fired.

    Was this a bailout? Did Biden do the right thing?

    Also, Tucker Carlson aired unseen footage from January 6th, including:

    Footage of Jacob Chansley being led into the Capitol by police. Carlson claims this shows police helped rioters, though Capitol Police criticized this conclusion.

    Footage of Officer Brian Sicknick directing rioters.

    Should this footage have been aired? Was it misleading?

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  • Episode 45: About The DC Crime Bill and Daylight Saving Time

    March 9th, 2023  |  1 hr 14 mins

    Congress is poised to overturn a DC law updating the city’s criminal code for the first time in 30 years. The law reduced jail time for some violent crimes, angering Republicans. Although DC’s council chair tried to withdraw the law, the Senate will vote to disapprove it after the House did. Biden signaled he would not veto the bill, allowing vulnerable Senate Democrats to support it. Should congress overturn DC's ability to rule itself?

    Daylight Saving Time will spring ahead this Saturday after attempts to kill it in the Senate last year failed. Should this be abolished once and for all?

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  • Episode 44: About Ron DeSantis and Fox News v. Dominion

    March 2nd, 2023  |  1 hr 8 mins


    Florida Governor Ron DeSantis gained power over Reedy Creek Improvement District, where Walt Disney World is located. Disney has controlled it since the 1960s. DeSantis targeted the district when Disney opposed a bill he supported, known as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill. The bill's core is the appointment of a five-person state board to oversee municipal services, such as fire protection and road maintenance, where Disney World operates. The board can raise revenue to fund services and pay off Disney's debts. DeSantis stressed that under the new structure, Disney would still be responsible for its municipal debts, and local governments would not raise taxes. Is this corporatism reigned in or government tyranny?

    Also... voting machine manufacturer Dominion is suing Fox News for $1.6 billion over allegedly false reporting on its software. Recent testimony from Rupert Murdoch, founder of the conservative news network, revealed that Fox hosts like Sean Hannity and Jeanine Pirro "endorsed" the claim that the 2020 election was stolen. In text messages between Fox News employees, Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, and Laura Ingraham insulted and mocked Trump advisers Sidney Powell and Rudolph W. Giuliani. The messages suggest that even Rupert Murdoch, Fox Corporation's chairman, thought Trump's voter fraud claims were "really crazy stuff." Will Fox have to pay?

  • Episode 43: About a National Divorce and Project Veritas

    February 23rd, 2023  |  1 hr 54 mins

    Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene recently called for separating the US into red and blue states and shrinking the federal government. Proponents argue this would address political and cultural differences, but critics note the challenges of determining state boundaries and allocating resources.
    Meanwhile, James O'Keefe, founder of conservative group Project Veritas, announced he is leaving the organization amid conflict with its board of directors. Project Veritas is known for undercover sting operations targeting liberal groups. O'Keefe claimed he was pushed out after Veritas broke a major story about Pfizer. However, the board cited concerns about O'Keefe's spending of nonprofit funds. O'Keefe's departure raises questions about Project Veritas's future direction and legal standing.
    Are we all going to be children of a National Divorce? What's the legacy of Project Veritas? The crew break it down!

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  • Episode 42: About the East Palestine Derailment and Chinese Spying UFOs

    February 15th, 2023  |  1 hr 37 mins

    In this episode a train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio caused an explosion and the release of hazardous chemicals into the air. Emergency crews conducted a controlled burn of the chemicals, resulting in the evacuation of residents within a 1 mi radius. Calls of a government and media blackout abound.

    Also: on Sunday, a U.S. fighter jet shot down an unidentified object over Lake Huron on orders from President Joe Biden, the fourth such downing in eight days. This is part of a heightened alert following a spy balloon from China that emerged over U.S. airspace in late January. Federal officials briefed senators on Tuesday, and the National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said that the objects shot down were not part of the PRC spying program or any kind of intelligence collection against the U.S., nor of alien origin.

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  • Episode 41: About Austin Ice Storms and Woke ChatGPT

    February 8th, 2023  |  1 hr 43 mins

    The gang discusses expectations for state responses to disasters. Also OpenAI's ChatGPT has become a popular technology, but some are questioning its "wokeness" as it appears to be more accepting of progressive talking points than conservative ones. Nate Hochman of the National Review provides an example of how ChatGPT's responses to questions about voter fraud and voter suppression differ.
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  • Episode 40: About Justin Roiland and Hunter Biden

    February 2nd, 2023  |  1 hr 29 mins

    In this episode we discuss Justin Roiland, co-creator of the Emmy-winning show Rick and Morty, being removed from creative duties on the show and dropped from a deal with Hulu for his shows Solar Opposites and Koala Man. This follows a felony domestic violence charge in May 2020, obscenity-filled DMs sent to fans, including underage girls, and allegations of sexual misconduct. Roiland has pleaded not guilty to the charges and his lawyer says he looks forward to clearing his name.

    Also, Hunter Biden's allies have discussed creating a legal-defense fund to pay for a team of attorneys to help him with a federal tax investigation and congressional inquiries. Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.) has requested information from the owner of the SoHo gallery that has marketed paintings by Hunter Biden. Forming a defense fund is a common way to raise money for legal defense, but the disclosures may raise questions about who is donating and whether they are doing so to gain favor with the White House.

  • Episode 39: About George Santos and Alec Baldwin

    January 26th, 2023  |  1 hr 37 mins

    Congressman George Santos of New York's 3rd District is facing allegations of lying about his Jewish heritage, personal wealth, education, name, and more, as well as pictures and videos of him allegedly performing as a drag queen. He has denied the drag queen allegations, but Wikipedia records show a user with his alias edited his own biography to include that he "started his 'stage' life as a gay night club DRAG QUEEN" at age 17. Santos may have been editing his own Wikipedia page up until late last year.

    Alec Baldwin and the armorer in charge of weapons on the set of the Western movie "Rust" have been charged with two counts of involuntary manslaughter for the fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, while the first assistant director has agreed to plead guilty to negligent use of a deadly weapon. If convicted, Baldwin and the armorer could face up to five years in jail.

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  • Episode 38: About Gas Stoves And Noncompete Clauses

    January 19th, 2023  |  1 hr 17 mins

    It’s a new episode of We’re Not Wrong, hosted by the dynamic trio of Justin Robert Young, Jennifer Briney and Andrew Heaton. In this episode, we’ll be discussing the hot-button issue of the gas stove controversy, as well as a proposal from the Federal Trade Commission to ban non-compete clauses. We’re determined to dive into the core of this debate and bring you the facts you need to make an informed decision. If you have any questions or comments, you can shoot us an email at [email protected] and we’ll be sure to respond. So don’t miss out on what is sure to be a fascinating discussion. Tune in and join us for this new episode of We’re Not Wrong!

  • Episode 37: About The New House Of Representatives

    January 12th, 2023  |  1 hr 28 mins

    In this week's episode of We're Not Wrong, Justin Robert Young, Jennifer Briney, and Andrew Heaton discuss the compelling and important topic of televising the House of Representatives and the potential ramifications of the recently passed rules package for Congress. What could the implications be? How would it affect the day-to-day operations of the legislature? Tune in to find out! With years of experience in the fields of politics, journalism, and podcasting, the team is sure to deliver an entertaining and informative conversation about this important topic. Email the show at [email protected] with any feedback, comments, or questions. We look forward to hearing from you!

  • Episode 36: About The Endless Speaker Vote and Katie Porter's Intern

    January 4th, 2023  |  1 hr 18 mins

    The gang discusses Kevin McCarthy's quixotic quest for Speaker.

    They then wonder if Katie Porter was mean.

  • Episode 35: About George Santos' Confession and Southwest Airlines (and Taylor Lorenz and Libs of TikTok)

    December 28th, 2022  |  1 hr 31 mins

    We begin with the gang grilling Justin on getting himself in the middle of a Twitter back and forth between Taylor Lorenz and Libs of TikTok.

    George Santos has admitted parts of his resume are a lie, should he still become a congressman next month?

    Southwest Airlines stranded thousands of customers over the holidays. Does congress need to get involved?


  • Episode 34: About George Santos, Twitter and The FBI

    December 22nd, 2022  |  1 hr 20 mins

    Briney, Young and Heaton discuss the (possibly totally fraudulent) new congressman from New York.

    Also, new Twitter Files releases show a cozy relationship between Twitter, The FBI and DoD.

  • Episode 33: About Kyrsten Sinema and Quality Candidates

    December 15th, 2022  |  1 hr 18 mins

    Heaton, Young and Briney discuss the Desert Defector Kyrsten Sinema leaving the Democratic Party to go independent. Is she and ideological standard bearer or just very angry at her Mean Girl coworkers?

    The GOP fell on their face in the midterms and now the question of Quality Candidates is raging. So... what is a Quality Candidate?

  • Episode 32: About The Twitter Files and Trump's Constitution Thoughts

    December 8th, 2022  |  1 hr 22 mins

    Andrew, Justin and Jen discuss the release of The Twitter Files about Hunter Biden's laptop story.

    Also, John Bolton running for president because of Truth Social.

  • Episode 31: About China's COVID Protests and Homeless People

    December 1st, 2022  |  1 hr 13 mins

    Justin, Jen and Heaton discus the emotions of watching protests from authoritarian regimes like China and Iran.

    They also break down Mayor Eric Adam's new policy of removing homeless people from NYC streets.