JEREMY BOREING (HOST): Rock 'n' roll's over. You're still talking about rock 'n' roll as if Barack Obama didn't happen. Honestly – it's for another day – but Barack Obama destroyed rock 'n' roll.
MICHAEL KNOWLES (HOST): You have convinced me of this.
BOREING: There was rock 'n' roll, then there was Barack Obama, and now there is no rock 'n' roll. Because –
ANDREW KLAVAN (HOST): He did something good.
BOREING: Because – rock 'n' roll was about white male angst, white male teenage angst, and then Barack Obama came along and said –
BEN SHAPIRO (HOST): And stealing a lot of these tropes from better Black music.
BOREING: Well, Barack Obama came along and said young white men aren't allowed to have angst. They're not allowed to, basically, express their dissatisfaction because they're so –
BOREING: Toxic. And so, truly, rock 'n' roll just stopped.