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Amazon snoops on workers, badgeless ‘cops’ arrest protesters

Coronavirus has completely warped modern career landscapes, and large corporations like Amazon are jumping at the opportunity to implement stricter surveillance and union-busting tactics during this transitional period. Also, Mitch McConnell and right-wing senators are leading the charge to protect corporations from Covid-based lawsuits. Plus, Capitol Hill has a very good reason NOT to defund police departments, as much of their funding actually makes its way back to lawmakers and even President Trump himself.

RT correspondent Brigida Santos investigates reports of unidentified officers arresting protesters. Just who are these so-called federal agents working for?

Media analyst David Lamb updates us on the 2020 presidential race, as Biden and Trump’s poll numbers reel from one of the most tumultuous election years in US history.

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