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29 Mar, 2024 06:06

The absolutely awful state of US infrastructure & is P. Diddy the Jeffrey Epstein of hip-hop?


On this episode of Direct Impact, Rick Sanchez takes his cues from a recent disaster in the US state of Maryland, where a cargo ship rammed into and collapsed the Francis Scott Key Bridge. The cost to repair the bridge is unknown, but could be in the hundreds of millions, and most experts agree that it could take many years to finally be up and operational again. This as US infrastructure continues to fall apart and degrade. It seems the government has no money to spend on critical infrastructure, but plenty to dish out to ‘allies’ like Ukraine and Israel. Meanwhile, a major scandal is developing involving an alleged sex trafficking ring and hip-hop mogul Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs. Many analysts are now suggesting Combs was running some kind of honey-pot ring in the hip-hop world akin to what Jeffrey Epstein was doing. For more on all of this, Rick is joined by radio hosts Steve Gill and Misty Winston.