Alonzo Bodden

comedian, host of the podcast “Who’s Paying Attention?”

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Alonzo Bodden talks about Black Lives Matter, the rallying cry “defund the police,” and who would be effective on the Supreme Court and in the White House during this time of COVID-19…

Comedian Alonzo Bodden gets political: Black Lives Matter, ‘defund the police’ rallying cry

Alonzo Bodden talks about Black Lives Matter, the rallying cry “defund the police,” and who would be effective on the Supreme Court and in the White House during this time of COVID-19…

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