Covid fallout: Meatpackers at risk, banks at fault, insurance gone AWOL
As meat processing plants nationwide are shutting down due to surging stockpiles of goods and fears of contamination, news has surfaced of employees at Smithfield and Tyson’s plants being forced to work without proper protective gear. Also, Mitch McConnell claims his priorities lie not with providing further coronavirus relief aid, but with pushing for Trump-backed judicial appointments. Also, multiple sources have now corroborated former staffer Tara Reade’s sexual assault claims against Joe Biden, so why aren’t more media outlets covering the story?
RT correspondent Brigida Santos outlines lawsuits against big banks like Wells Fargo, which have been doling out business loans to their wealthier clients rather than smaller businesses for whom the federal funds were intended.
Top Class Actions President Scott Hardy explains how insurance companies are wiggling their way out of covering swathes of businesses decimated by the pandemic.
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