Season 8

On this episode, reality television star Tiffany Pollard (aka New York) stops by TheFallenState TV to sit down with host Jesse Lee Peterson. You may remember Tiffany from the shows Flavor of Love, I Love New York, and Famously Single. In this interview, Tiffany gets candid like never before! She details her extensive experience with dating men of all races, ethnicities, and nationalities, as well as the massive crush she has on Barack Obama. Tune in for New York's uncensored thoughts on her mother, black women, marriage, abortion, and feminism.

On this season finale episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson is joined by reality TV star Tiffany Pollard, also known as "New York."  Jesse asks Tiffany why she calls herself the HBIC ("Head B*tch in Charge"), and what it was like working with Flavor Flav while appearing on the show "Flavor of Love."  He asks Tiffany what she has learned from all the dating she has done, and whether she prefers alpha males, or beta males. Tiffany explains the state of the black community today, as well as her thoughts on feminism, race relations, and much more.

On this episode, TheFallenState TV host Jesse Lee Peterson is joined by rapper R.A. the Rugged Man, fresh off the European leg of his tour.  R.A. opens up about his close relationship with his father, who was the subject of his song, "Uncommon Valor."  His father was a Vietnam War veteran who was exposed to the toxic chemical Agent Orange while in battle.  The repercussions, R.A. explains, included that his siblings were born with very serious health issues. Jesse asks R.A. about his relationship with the late Notorious B.I.G.

On this episode, Dinesh D'Souza stops by TheFallenState TV studio during his whirlwind press tour promoting his latest film and book, both titled, <i>The Death of a Nation </i>(2018).  Host Jesse Lee Peterson and Dinesh (scholar / author / filmmaker / political commentator) delve into the meaning of nationalism, the real history of the Democratic party, and the way Leftists have tried to pin their own ugly past on conservatives and the Founding Fathers.

On this episode, TheFallenState TV host Jesse Lee Peterson is joined by professor and historian, Dr. David Imhotep.  Dr. Imhotep is the first person to hold a Ph.D in Ancient African Studies, and is also the author of <i>The First Americans Were Africans: Revisited.</i>  The central claim of his work is that black people were the first people to come to America, and Dr. Imhotep posits 17 pieces of evidence to support his claim. In an impassioned, and at times humorous, debate, Jesse and Dr.

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson is joined by scholar, bestselling author, and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza. Dinesh recently released his book and film, The Death of a Nation, which delves into the history of the Democratic Party, and the connection between the Left and fascism (including Nazism). Dinesh's two works also highlight the similarity of circumstances faced by President Lincoln and President Trump. Jesse gives his reaction to seeing Dinesh's film, and asks Dinesh to elaborate on his insights expressed in The Death of a Nation.

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with professor, historian, and Afrotologist Dr. David Imhotep, author of The First Americans Were Africans: Revisited.  Dr. Imhotep makes a bold claim: that Africans (not Indians, not Native Americans, not Columbus) were the FIRST to come to America.  As the first person to hold a Ph.D. in Ancient African Studies, Dr. Imhotep has spent several years studying these ideas, assembling documents, and writing about it.  Tune in as Jesse grills Dr.

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson is joined by hip hop artist R.A. the Rugged Man. Jesse asks R.A. about hip hop and rap culture (is it a positive or negative influence?), and about his friendships with Eminem and the late Notorious B.I.G.  R.A. opens up about his close relationship with his father, and Jesse quizzes him about his relationship with his wife. R.A. riffs on how politically correct the Left has become, and how he can't stand it. Don't miss a spirited exchange with a major influence on rap culture!

On this episode, TheFallenState TV host Jesse Lee Peterson is joined by rapper Don Logan, also known as Gunplay. Jesse and Gunplay have an in-depth exchange on the mentality and condition of black Americans today, and what exactly that stems from (Is it slavery? Does it have roots in the family?). They also touch on the death of rapper XXXTentacion, and Jesse asks Gunplay why rappers have so much drama with jealousy and rivalries.

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