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Military covers up Syrian massacre, Build Back Better abandons the poor, conservatorships explained

The US military was caught up in controversy this week when the New York Times reported that, in 2019, it covered up a bombing that killed 70 Syrian civilians. Reporting from Aaron Mate shows that the military went to extreme levels to cover up the mass murder. Lee Camp takes on this story and connects it to the Military Industrial Complex’s proven record of turning trillions of dollars from the US Treasury into a boundless global killing spree. Camp also reports on Bill Gates’ donations to media outlets that report favorably on him, the trial of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell, pinkwashing in the navy, the Republican legalization plan, and more.

Naomi Karavani shows how the Build Back Better Act being touted by the Biden administration will now include a tax cut for the rich. The Democrats have decided to stand for the rich despite the fact that inequality is currently out of control. The poor are suffering in this country and with this decision the Democrats are clearly staying their course of ignoring the needs of the majority so they can keep on raking in the donations of the mega-wealthy. Anders Lee explains an odd legal mechanism made famous by Britney Spears. Conservatorships remove the rights of people for various reasons and are easily taken advantage of by lawyers without moral scruples.