Comedian fears government officials will abuse power to censor free speech

Comedian fears government officials will abuse power to censor free speech

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A Los Angeles-based comic, Josh Denny, had four venues cancel during his tour due to pressure on business owners from city officials and a fear of cancel culture.

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