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5 Sep, 2019 06:57

James Comey’s cover-up: Hidden Trump memos

Mike Papantonio and Trial Lawyer magazine editor Farron Cousins shine a spotlight on internal emails recently uncovered between Monsanto executives, which suggest company tactics to suppress scientific findings of cancer-causing chemicals in their popular weedkiller Roundup. In response to concerns voiced by Moms Across America, the exchanges between company bigwigs go so far as to propose “beating the **** out of them.”

Conversation then pivots to the recent surge in political contributions from drug companies in the lead-up to next year’s election.

Then, criminal justice reform activist and former DC police officer Ronald Hampton breaks down a report by the Prison Policy Initiative, which documents staggeringly high rates of recidivism among black and poor populations. It appears our Prison Industrial Complex has trapped disadvantaged populations in an endless cycle of incarceration.

Plus, legal journalist Mollye Barrows discusses the DOJ’s failure to prosecute former FBI director James Comey for his handling of private memos regarding interactions with President Trump. While liberal media outlets may herald Comey a hero for his actions, what precedent does this set concerning the rule of law and FBI policy about handling sensitive materials?

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