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RT America

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  • Comedy Central's Jim Jefferies uses The Resident clip from RT America

Three years ago, The Resident did a piece on how Americans were doing a terrible job of recycling, even though they profess to care about the environment. This week, Comedy Central's Jim Jefferies recycled that clip for his own piece on how poorly the U.S. recycles. This comes after 3 years of the MSM bashing The Resident and RT America as Putin propaganda, including 60 Minutes' Leslie Stahl calling her, "inaccurate" for her humorous reporting on Hillary Clinton. The Resident breaks it down.

      

  • Details Slowly Emerging in Disappearance of Saudi Journalist

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is asking for a "few more days" in the investigation into the fate of Washington Post journalist, Jamal Khashoggi. The journalist has been gone for two weeks and Saudi authorities continue to deny any involvement. For analysis RT America’s Scottie Nell Hughes is joined by former CIA officer and counter terrorism specialist, Philip Giraldi.

      

  • New York City Goes One Weekend Without a Shooting

Now to some good news coming out of New York City. For the first time in decades, the city went an entire weekend with no shootings but the peace was short-lived. RT America’s Trinity Chavez reports.

      

  • Native American Tent City a Profile of a ‘Forgotten’ People 

In downtown Minneapolis stands a homeless community made up of almost 200 indigenous people, among them children and pregnant mothers. The crisis grows even more complex with conflicting reports about drug addiction in the community, an unclear timeline for moving the homeless to a more permanent shelter and dire winter weather fast approaching. For analysis RT America’s Sara Montes de Oca is joined by Watching The Hawks host, Tabetha Wallace.

      

  • Cesc Fabregas is now officially in the Guinness Book of World Records 2019 edition. It was his second Guinness world record, this one for becoming the fastest premier league player to reach 100 assists. The Boston Red Sox defeated the defending champion Houston Astros to reach the World Series for the fourth time in 15 seasons. Jacksonville Jaguars owner withdrew his $788 million bid to purchase Wembley Stadium.

      

  • Anya Parampil reports on comments from President Trump, promising “severe” consequences against Saudi Arabia if the Kingdom is found to have murdered missing writer Jamal Khashoggi. Anya then explains what the mainstream media has missed in its coverage of his case and the special relationship which exists between the US and Saudi, specifically how US geo-strategic interests benefit from Saudi’s exportation of Wahhabism, an ultraconservative interpretation of Islam. Hassan el-Tayyib, Policy Director for Chicago Area Peace Action, joins In Question to discuss whether or not this moment will result in a true reevaluation of the US-Saudi partnership.

      

  • Anya Parampil speaks with founder and editor of Mintpress News, Mnar Muhawesh, about repeated attempts from Facebook and Instagram to censor content from her website. Mnar explains that media produced by Mintpress criticizing the Military-industrial complex, Israel’s treatment of Palestinians, and US foreign policy are most often targeted for removal, and asks whether or not it’s time to start looking beyond traditional social media sites to share and gather information.

      

  • RT Correspondent Rachel Blevins reports on Twitter’s partnership with the Atlantic Council, a NATO-backed think tank, to help purge accounts accused of spreading “Russian propaganda”. Rachel explains that after Facebook partnered with the group, the social media giant launched a campaign to remove dissident media from its site.

      

  • Anya Parampil updates us on reports in Syrian media that the US coalition dropped white phosphorus, banned under the Geneva Conventions, in the Deir ez-Zor Governorate. Anya asks former UK MP George Galloway whether not a double standard exists when it comes to accusations of the use of chemical weapons in Syria.

      

  • How the Internet is our Tower of Babel

Google’s search competitor DuckDuckGo just reached 30 million searches in one day, meaning more and more people are starting to use Google less and less, in the wake of privacy and censorship concerns. People are starting to look elsewhere, outside the tower of Google. This perfectly backs up The Resident's theory that we are having our Tower of Babel moment, with the Internet being the tower.

      

  • Crisis in Nicaragua: Senate Poised to Pass New Sanctions

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is set to visit Mexico and Panama to discuss democracy in Venezuela and Nicaragua. Hundreds have been killed in Nicaragua since April, but who is to blame? RT America’s Dan Cohen takes a look at the politics of the violence in the streets.

      

  • MIT Investing $1 Billion in Artificial Intelligence, Computing

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is heavily investing to study computing and AI technology. The school announced its bold plan to reshape its academic program around technology in an effort to make the US a world leader in the field. RT America’s Trinity Chavez reports.

      

Comedy Central's Jim Jefferies uses The Resident clip from RT America Three years ago, The Resident did a piece on how Americans were doing a terrible job of recycling, even though they profess to care about the environment. This week, Comedy Central's Jim Jefferies recycled that clip for his own piece on how poorly the U.S. recycles. This comes after 3 years of the MSM bashing The Resident and RT America as Putin propaganda, including 60 Minutes' Leslie Stahl calling her, "inaccurate" for her humorous reporting on Hillary Clinton. The Resident breaks it down.

 

 

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