>> Speaker 2: Let's see
that one more time.
I want to see the getaway again.
Here it is.
>> Speaker 1: [CROSSTALK]
>> Speaker 2: Let's put up the picture
Karenicity in OG.
Karen runs deep.
But before we jump to conclusions,
we need to understand what
the hell is in those pies.
This whole situation may
be explainable if we
understand what's the side of the pies
to make someone act in such a way.
In all seriousness, Karen,
the way you're treating people who
have decided to serve you
food is reprehensible.
They do not deserve
your extreme treatment.
And then the way she decided
to run after whatever
the hell that was just adds
to the insanity of it all.
There is no power on this
planet that should be
able to cause that kind of action.
Let me stop.
Because if my grandmama pie
was inside their window and
they were stopping me from getting my
grandmama pie, it may be a problem.
All right, Sharon, thoughts here.
>> Speaker 5: Well,
I was just looking it up.
The pie, there are real ingredients in it.
Okay, they're freshly sliced apples.
That could be it.
Okay, I don't know why she acted a fool,
but be careful.
The filling is hot sometimes doc,
I just don't know what to say.
Okay, I don't know about
the strawberry and cream one, but
there are real apples in the other one.
>> Speaker 2: I mean, if it's real
apples and they're hard to come by.
And if you're supposed to get two and
you got one.
We'll update you on this Karen
when we get more information.
Indisputable is still the fastest
growing news show in America
compared to CNN, Fox News,
and 30 other networks.
We tell the truth on Indisputable
because the truth is indisputable.
We go places that other news
media outlets refuse to go.
When there were human rights abuses
happening at the Victorville prison,
members of the community contacted us.
>> Speaker 7: You,
through your investigative reporting,
unearthed very troubling allegations
about specific forms of abuse and
the federal prison system.
>> Speaker 4: It really doesn't
take much to be a trusted voice.
All it takes is to be fearless.
Report on matters, be an advocate.
I called it the Bullpen intentionally
because it's a place of preparation.
We present individuals who
may have an opposing view.
So we debate.
Sometimes we interview individuals because
their stories deserve to be heard.
A survivor of significant police
misconduct and his attorney.
We covered this story earlier.
And to remind you of the horror of one
man being shot at damn near 100 times by
We take time on this show to showcase the
temper tantrums of Karen's in the wild.
We do this not because we want to see
people's emotional outbursts in public,
but because these incidents
are emblematic of a bigger societal
issue taking place across the nation and
it has to be checked.
>> Speaker 2: My friend, my big homie
attorney at law, Benjamin Crump.
>> Speaker 9: I just wanna thank you, man.
When educated, articulate brothers
like yourself speak truth to power,
it makes a great difference in
changing the landscape in America.
>> Speaker 3: Listen, no matter what you
do, don't allow the politics of ideology
to evaporate the soul that
still exists inside of you.
They don't stop, I don't stop.
Racism won't stop, I won't stop.
Systemic bias won't stop, I won't stop.
People still need healthcare,
so I won't stop.
People still need criminal justice
systems reformed, so I won't stop.
You won't stop either.