R.A. The Rugged Man Explains His Side Of The Story After Heated Spat With Tim Pool

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Brianna Lyman News and Commentary Writer
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R.A. The Rugged Man joined “Vince and Jason Save The Nation” Wednesday to discuss a recent spat on Tim Pool’s podcast.

R.A. The Rugged Man joined Pool’s podcast on Dec. 23, with the former accusing Pool of “promoting Derek Chauvin” and allegedly being “anti-Black.”

“Lives have been lost by police and you were there bootlicking the fucking cops,” R.A. The Rugged Man reportedly said to Pool before the two men fought about allegations of racism. Things quickly became heated, with the conversation devolving into a shouting match before the two men hugged it out. Both later apologized for their actions in a tweet. (RELATED: How Media Echo Chambers Are Destroying America)

While speaking on Vince and Jason Save The Nation, R.A. The Rugged Man said, “there’s things with him I agree on, I’m not a fan of the Democrats, I’m not a big fan of big tech censoring … but there was too many instances where it was like ‘the black guy is bad, the black guys did bad and here look on my [Twitter] feed, Kwanzaa is bad, pro-black is bad, black power is bad, everything black is bad,’ for his fan base so I just wanted to address it.” (RELATED: Tim Pool Slams Big Tech Companies For Allowing ‘Foreign Investors’ To Dictate Speech On Their Platforms)

He then went on to claim that criticizing the teaching of Critical Race Theory is inherently anti-black and that those on the right have a double standard.