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Posting Through It is a bi-weekly podcast about our modern political disorder and tech dystopia. Each episode features host Jared Holt interviewing an expert guest.There's a newsletter, too. You can read it at postingthroughit.com

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Posting Through It is a bi-weekly podcast about our modern political disorder and tech dystopia. Each episode features host Jared Holt interviewing an expert guest.There's a newsletter, too. You can read it at postingthroughit.com

    #182: Flounder with Crowder (feat. Amanda Moore)

    #182: Flounder with Crowder (feat. Amanda Moore)

    Amanda Moore joins the show to talk about Steven Crowder's contract drama, her latest article for Talking Points Memo about Nick Fuentes and Ye, the conservative gas stove freak-out, and more. Amanda has spent extended time undercover in far-right MAGA communities and uses her first-hand observations from that time to inform her reporting and commentary.

    Follow Amanda on Twitter: @noturtlesoup17
    Read her latest in Talking Points Memo: Why The Ongoing Nick Fuentes-Ye Alliance Is So Dangerous
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    • 49 min
    New Year, New Mailbag (feat. You)

    New Year, New Mailbag (feat. You)

    Jared opened up the Posting Through It voicemail and text message inbox for listener questions and comments. In this episode, he reacts to those messages.
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    • 28 min
    #181: They worked on the Capitol riot investigation (feat. Meghan Conroy & Alex Newhouse)

    #181: They worked on the Capitol riot investigation (feat. Meghan Conroy & Alex Newhouse)

    Meghan Conroy and Alex Newhouse worked for the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol as investigator and investigative analyst, respectively. They join Posting Through It on the second anniversary of the Capitol riot to talk about the work they did in the Congressional investigation, particularly related to the roles social media platforms had in the attack.

    Read their essay in Just Security: Insiders’ View of the January 6th Committee’s Social Media Investigation

    Follow Meghan Conroy: @meghaneconroy
    Follow Alex Newhouse: @AlexBNewhouse

    The Where's Waldo-style Insurrectionist illustration: https://www.brianmichaelweaver.com/updates/insurrection-maze
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    • 49 min
    #180: Christian nationalism logs into America (feat. Dr. Anthea Butler)

    #180: Christian nationalism logs into America (feat. Dr. Anthea Butler)

    Dr. Anthea Butler is a historian of African American and American religion who serves as the Chair of Religious Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. She joins the show to discuss the influence of Christian nationalism in American politics and how it expresses itself online. Host Jared Holt and Dr. Butler discuss the uprising of the movement, its impacts on modern politics, and the white supremacy in its subtext.
    Follow Dr. Anthea Butler on Twitter: @AntheaButler

    https://www.amazon.com/White-Evangelical-Racism-Politics-Morality/dp/1469661179
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    • 33 min
    #179: Are the kids all Right? (feat. Kyle Spencer)

    #179: Are the kids all Right? (feat. Kyle Spencer)

    Kyle Spencer is an award-winning journalist and the author of "Raising Them Right: The Untold Story of America's Ultraconservative Youth Movement." Kyle explains how political activists like Charlie Kirk have risen to power in a new era of internet-forward youth outreach by the conservative movement, bringing with them increasingly radical messages.
    Follow Kyle Spencer on Twitter: @KyleYSpencer

    Grab a copy of "Raising Them Right" by Kyle Spencer: CLICK HERE

    Spencer's favorite thing: 'Echo 3' on Apple TV
    Jared's favorite thing: 'Kleo' on Netflix
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    • 31 min
    #178: 2022 midterms and the chaos that wasn't (feat. Alyssa Kann and Max Rizzuto)

    #178: 2022 midterms and the chaos that wasn't (feat. Alyssa Kann and Max Rizzuto)

    Max Rizzuto and Alyssa Kann are researchers at the Digital Forensic Research Lab (DFRLab) who Jared used to work with. They join the show to talk about the anti-climactic passing of midterm elections. Is election denialism still as potent as it was in 2020? Were fears overblown? Have threats to democracy receded? They argue no to all of the above, even if things went better than expected. If everyone on this episode sounds tired, it's because they are exhausted from working around the elections.
    Follow Max Rizzuto on Twitter: @maxbrizzuto
    Follow Alyssa Kann on Twitter: @AlyssaKann

    Max's favorite thing: The first Fast and Furious movie posted as a Twitter thread (since struck down for copyright violations)
    Alyssa's favorite thing: "The day I fell into a crevasse"
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    • 29 min

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