Season 8

Social media is exploding with people sharing stories of how they "walked away" from the Democrat Party.  In the era of #WalkAway, this episode of TheFallenState TV is more timely than ever. Tune in as host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with actress, author, conservative commentator, and 'Clueless' star Stacey Dash.  Jesse asks Stacey about her rough upbringing, hailing from the South Bronx, and then rising to the heights of Hollywood fame.

Rapper Gunplay, aka Don Logan, is known for starring on VH1's Love & Hip Hop Miami.  On this high-energy, eyebrow-raising episode, Gunplay sits down with TheFallenState TV host Jesse Lee Peterson to cover a rich array of race-related topics, from the death of rapper XXXtentacion, to slavery, civil rights, black-on-black violence, and black men wearing dresses.  Gunplay explains his religion of Santeria (do they really sacrifice chickens?) and his checkered past, from being locked up, to his near-death experiences, to using and selling cocaine at 16, to being a pimp.

'Clueless' star Stacey Dash's entire world changed in 2012 when she endorsed Mitt Romney for president. Her charmed Hollywood existence flipped: friends turned on her, she received death threats, and was mercilessly blacklisted by the entertainment industry. Six years later, Kanye West praised Donald Trump, calling him his "brother," sending immense shockwaves around the globe.

In this special man-on-the-street edition of TheFallenState TV, Jesse Lee Peterson hits the streets of West Hollywood in Los Angeles, California to attend the Pride Parade.  Jesse wants to know what "Pride Month" is about, and why the attendees are at the parade.  He also wants to know what they think of Donald Trump (aka "The Great White Hope").  The answers are shocking—don't miss it!

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with Border Angels activist Juan Rosas. Border Angels, founded by Enrique Morones, is a social justice organization dedicated to supporting illegal aliens on their trek across the U.S. border. In a no-holds-barred interview, Jesse asks Juan many pressing questions: Is it right for illegals to break the law in order to come to the United States? Is it possible to be a Christian and support illegal aliens sneaking into the country?

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with Border Angels representative Juan Rosas. Border Angels is known for catering to and providing support for illegals on their trek across the U.S. border.  On this episode, Jesse and Juan cover a massive amount of ground on the immigration debate, from Donald Trump's border wall, to sanctuary cities, Dreamers, ICE and deportations, as well as race relations.  Don't miss a very entertaining, passionate, and heated dialogue!

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with Austen Fleccas, creator and host of the YouTube channel Fleccas Talks.  Jesse asks Austen how he came up with the idea for his channel, as well as a bit about his background and upbringing.  The conversation moves into the culture war, including the explosion of political correctness and increasing examples of the "thought police" at work.  Jesse asks Austen what he thinks of the "Great White Hope" (Donald Trump), as well as whether he agrees that Generation Z will be the most conservative generation yet.

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with two accomplished entertainers. Joe Hernandez-Kolski is a two-time HBO Def Poet and Emmy award-winner.  Joshua Silverstein is an actor, comic, and beatboxer who can be seen weekly on "Drop the Mic" on TBS.  Jesse asks his two guests about being multiracial (Joe is Mexican and Polish, and Joshua is Jewish and black), as well as what they think of interracial dating.  The conversation moves into an exchange about men and masculinity: should men be emotional and into their feelings?

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down Emmy Award-Winning HBO Def Poet Joe Hernandez-Kolski, and comic/actor/beatboxer from TBS' "Drop the Mic" Joshua Silverstein.  In a 2-on-1 verbal boxing match, host Jesse Lee Peterson quizzes comedy duo Joe and Joshua on Kanye West's support for Donald Trump, their candid thoughts on men & masculinity today (i.e., should men be emotional? Is gender a social construct?), and their take on religion.  Don't miss a very lively debate!

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