The Jim Jefferies Show (2017–2019)
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Day Drinking with the Press 

Jim makes the case for decriminalizing sex work, discusses press freedom with White House reporters and looks at the Trump administration's efforts to modify the census.

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Brian McAloon

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Jason Reich (head writer), Jim Jefferies | 12 more credits »
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Episode credited cast:
Jim Jefferies ... Self - Host
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chris Cillizza Chris Cillizza ... Self - CNN Politics Reporter
Major Garrett Major Garrett ... Self - CBS News
Erin McPike Erin McPike ... Self - Independent Journal Review
Russell Rope Russell Rope ... Self
Shawna Thomas Shawna Thomas ... Self - VICE News
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Jim makes the case for decriminalizing sex work, discusses press freedom with White House reporters and looks at the Trump administration's efforts to modify the census.

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Comedy | News | Talk-Show

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TV-14
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 April 2018 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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16:9 HD
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jefferies again shows his double standards.
3 June 2018 | by VoyagerMN1986See all my reviews

Jim has gone off the partisan deep end once again. Trump is not "modifying" the census. Place of birth and citizenship status have been asked on most prior censuses. And Jim is Australian yet does not mention these ae questions are present on the Australian census, as well as UK, France, Germany, Sweden, Norway,Denmark, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Canada, and New Zealand?

And when Jim says it was removed "after 1950" he ignored that the Obama administration removed it from the long form and ACS conducted by the census bureau.

Every country askes about citizenship because it is an important detector of voter fraud and immigration patterns to look at policy. There is no reason not to have this question.

how does Jim, our Australian host, run an entire segment without mentioning Australia asks about citizenship status on its own census?


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