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MSNBC meltdown over Bernie's NV victory

Mike Papantonio and Trial Lawyer magazine editor Farron Cousins describe how corporations are funneling millions of dollars into state supreme court races, using their pocketbooks to directly influence legislatures at state and local levels. Plus, Bernie's win in the Nevada caucus left MSNBC's Chris Matthews and James Carville FUMING, going so far as to compare the Vermont senator's victory to a Nazi invasion, while once again pointing the finger at Russian meddling for 'puppeteering' Bernie toward the Democratic nomination.

Then, RT correspondent Michele Greenstein walks us through a developing criminal case against bank behemoth JPMorgan, which is being accused yet again of manipulating precious metals markets for the express profit of its own clients and investors.
Later in the show, legal journalist Mollye Barrows breaks down a tragic case in Mississippi, where Attala County Deputy Darrin Fleming gave a 'courtesy ride' to Gerald Simpson, who had a mental disability rendering him incoherent. Simpson was killed by a passing motorist after the sheriff dropped him off just outside the county line. Just who is to blame here for Simpson's death?

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