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Francis Maxwell
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    (1989- )
    Born in Clydebank (Glasgow), Scotland, United Kingdom
    Producer/host for The Young Turks (TYT) Sports
    Former defensive midfielder for Ayre United FC
    Whittier College Men's Soccer Captain (2011-14)
    Analyst for 120 Sports and Sports Illustrated (2015 - ); Contributor for The Huffington Post
    Known for his acerbic, colorful - often profanity-laced - social video responses - usually delivered to popular Alt-Right personalities
    His nickname is Franny.
    He is TYT's answer to Paul Joseph Watson.
    Much of his content caters to the virtue signaling whims of SJWs.
    He describes himself as a 'more vocal, less rational' version of Glenn Greenwald.
    He has been a vocal defender of both Colin Kaepernick and Bradley Manning.
    He's known for unorthodox wardrobe choices (e.g. strolling down a Los Angeles suburb brandishing two middle fingers in a kilt and sunglasses).
    He joked about coming into the TYT position largely by accident: 'I was very under-qualified, they were looking for three years’ experience and I hadn’t had three minutes.’
    He worked as a shipyard mechanical apprentice in high school.
    He received a Bachelors - and later a Masters - in political science and sociology.
    He came to America on a soccer scholarship, having played for Ayre FC on a professional youth contract.
    He first gained interest in the Young Turks after being shown several TYT videos in class by a college professor.
    He has been a vocal critic of Tomi Lahren, jokingly referring to her as 'Tomato Lasagna.'
    He produces and shoots his own video segments.
    He has maintained a level head, prioritizing policy/substance over what he calls the media's 'infatuation' with Trump's tweeting, which he claims 'does nothing but assist in his rise.'
    He has drawn attention to global crises in Yemen, Uganda, and Somalia, critiquing the mainstream media for their collective silence on the subjects.
    He said: 'I believe we get caught up a lot in how left-wing we are, to the point that we push away any form of debate to the other side ... We were condemning anyone with a difference of opinion [and] demonising everyone who voted for him as racist, xenophobic or sexist.'

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