I'm talking about his positions. I'm talking about how he sells them in public, clearly omitting the problem Marxists have with the commodity form, etc.
I mean, I watched pretty much every video of Wolff where he's a guest in some mainstream stuff. Even in the Michael Brooks Show, which is clearly socialist-leaning and not afraid to talk actual Marxism, he shrinked back when Brooks mentioned exchange-value, immediately saying "that's not really the problem" and went on to give some liberal SocDem explanation to the question. Watch the video, it's from two days ago.
Again, I refuse to believe that you can't ever talk about Marxism to a liberal or blue collar audience without having to revising 90% of the shit Marx said. It's not rocket science. I think Wolff does this because he lived through the Reagan and Bush years, where even mentioning socialism or Marxism would get you shunned, but he doesn't seem to realise that the discourse has changed. I mean, hell, he even admitted as such: He said in the aforementioned Michael Brooks video that he was asked by some Berniebros to set up a tent and talk about socialism, and he immediately dismissed them, to which he admitted was a mistake because they did set up the tent and it was popular. He's still trapped within the "you need silky gloves if ever mention Marx" mentality that you needed during the Cold War but millenials and zoomers are pretty disconnected from that. They see the system failing and want answers. Explaining what a commodity and how production works doesn't seem like and impossibility.