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Why DOES America turn blind eye to Saudi Arabia’s misdeeds?

Mike Papantonio and Trial Lawyer magazine editor Farron Cousins talk about the recent mass shooting at a Pensacola Naval base, with the shooter identified as 21 year-old Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani of the Royal Saudi Air Force. While the FBI was quick to investigate the shooting as a possible act of terrorism, why does President Trump appear hesitant to link the Saudi national with any terrorist plot? With Saudi ties to 9/11, the war in Yemen, as well as the execution of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, DOES the US government turn a blind eye to its biggest customer of military weaponry?
PLUS, investigative journalist Ben Swann joins the show to walk us through the sinister cycle of predatory lending. Sky-high interest payday lenders are now seeking arrest warrants to FORCE desperate borrows to either pony up or go to jail. They’re often left with no choice but to take out ANOTHER short-term loan to pay bail, further deepening their debts.

ALSO, legal journalist Mollye Barrows breaks down Uber’s first-ever safety report, which documents over 3,000 cases of sexual assault that occurred during rides in 2018. The ride-sharing service has exploded in popularity, but just HOW safe are riders and drivers?

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