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The Thought Brothers Talk NBA All Star Game and Politics


Season 2 Episode 8: Thought Brothers started the podcast discussing the recent NBA All-Star game and how the event has now become “unwatchable.” There was also another passionate discussion about how both President Biden and Donald Trump are too old to be President and the US support for Israel in the Gaza conflict. Watch as Bill “The Researcher and Agitator” Spivey spars with young gun “C.J.” while Carlos “The Banker” uses his time to shift the topic on crime. Please SUBSCRIBE to this channel to stay up-to-date with the latest podcasts.

The Thought (Provoking) Brothers Podcast features three diverse men who rotate as Host and talk about relevant and current topics of interest to a diverse audience of men and women.  The Thought Brothers consists of William “Bill” Spivey, a retired FBI Special Agent, Christopher “C.J.” Johnson, a Social Media Commentator and Carlos Prillman, a Bank Manager.

Their goal is to:

  • Objectively discuss issues of interest to our community
  • Inspire a “Call To Action” and model the appropriate behavior for others
  • Educate, motivate, provide a sense of caring towards those who are less fortunate
  • Have fun!

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