Published: October 11, 2019
Mainstream US news outlets have finally decided to focus on the Syria conflict, a conflict they’ve hitherto mostly ignored. But their dearth of coverage of Yemen and Libya conflicts speaks volumes. Rick Sanchez explains.
Then RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins to discuss the unlikely friendship of former President George W. Bush and television host Ellen DeGeneres and how the US State Department has long viewed the latter as a propaganda asset.
Retired US Army officer and former West Point instructor Maj. Danny Sjursen, joins to discuss the “wildly hypocritical” attitude of the Democrats to have chosen President Trump’s Ukraine phone call as a vehicle for impeachment. He argues that Trump’s real “crime” was “going after the other side’s elites.” While the US armed Kurds in Syria to fight Islamic State, it did not prepare them for the unfolding Turkish assault. RT America’s Rachel Sanchez reports. Then Lionel of Lionel Media weighs in.
RT America’s Natasha Sweatte reports on the shocking case of Samuel Little, who confessed in prison to 93 murders, before Dawn Wilcox of Women Count USA shares her expertise. source