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5 Mar, 2020 06:29

100,000 cases of sex abuse by US physicians

Following a leaked Project Veritas video capturing David Wright blasting media bias across the industry, the ABC News correspondent was fired for pointing the finger at media conglomerates for snubbing viewers of fact-based reporting. Also, reports show the Pentagon lost track of $715 million that should have been allocated to fighting ISIS in Syria. Plus, Florida Democrats are filing a lawsuit to have Bernie Sanders kicked off the Democratic primary ballot, insisting he ought to be labeled as an independent.
Then, RT correspondent Brigida Santos sheds light on over 100,000 documents alleging sexual misconduct by physicians, psychiatrists, and OBGYN's nationwide, oftentimes against unconscious patients. How have our own doctors been able to escape scrutiny, especially amid the MeToo movement that's rocked the entertainment and collegiate sports industries?

Finally, legal journalist Mollye Barrows points out glaring mistakes by the Centers For Disease Control as they deal with the constant creep of coronavirus, costing valuable time and resources while the US death count enters double digits.

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