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Abraham, Mc Martin, and Brett: Liberty Never Sleeps Vol. 5 Episode 160

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Without condemning the accusers, Tom looks at cases of mass hysteria and compares the Kavanaugh case to the infamous McMartin preschool trials of the 80s.

*Kavanaugh Hysteria
*McMartin and Witches
*Bread and Circuses
*It’s About Respect
*Last Word: Cosby

Today’s Bumpers:

Abraham, Martin and John- Dion
What The World Needs Now Is Love- Jackie DeShannon
Stardust- Nat King Cole
Endless Love- Diana Ross
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road – Elton John
Daddy Could Swear- Gladys Knight

Closing Theme-

Batman Dark Knight Rises 2012 House Remix feat. Hans Zimmer

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