Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen Announce They're Starting a Joint Podcast

Sergie Daez | February 22, 2021
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If you like listening to two leftist men agree with each other over their ultra-radical beliefs, then Barack Obama’s and Bruce Springsteen’s latest collaboration may be for you.

According to NBC, the former president and the famed singer are clubbing together to create their own podcast, which they plan to call "Renegades: Born in the USA." Spotify announced on Monday that the first two episodes would be available on their platform.

"It is a personal, in-depth discussion between two friends exploring their pasts, their beliefs, and the country that they love — as it was, as it is, and as it ought to be going forward," Spotify gushed.

The pair seem hooked up on the past of the country more than anything else, given how the subject of one episode is racism. “President Obama and Bruce reflect on their early experiences with race and racism and the uncomfortable conversations we need to have,” the description runs.

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The podcast is produced by Higher Ground, a production company run by Barack and Michelle Obama. The couple has an exclusive deal for producing podcasts with Spotify.

The intro to the show starts with Obama asking, "How did we get here? How could we find our way back to a more unifying American story?"

We doubt that Obama’s podcast will provide a meaningful answer, given Springsteen’s history of strikingly divisive comments and actions

Expect the liberal media to give "Renegades: Born in the USA" rave reviews anyway.