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Omar: US & Israel like Hamas & Taliban (Full show)

The Biden administration has revoked Trump-era bans on Chinese-owned social media platforms TikTok and WeChat, prompting renewed fears over espionage and cyber-warfare. RT America’s Faran Fronczak reports. Meanwhile, Nigeria has banned the use of Twitter after the platform removed a tweet from the country’s president said to violate its policies.

President Trump, also banned on Twitter, congratulated Nigeria for the decision and said “more countries should ban Twitter and Facebook.” Autrey Pruitt of New Journey PAC and Democratic commentator Jan Ronis debate the extent of Twitter’s authority to ban users like Trump. They also discuss recent comments by Mara Gay of the New York Times and MSNBC, who said she finds the sight of “dozens of American flags” to be “disturbing” and that the country needs to “separate American-ness from whiteness.”

Meanwhile, Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minnesota) seemed to allege a moral equivalency between US or Israel and Hamas or the Taliban. Are these women hatemongering, and is the media giving them a pass? They also weigh in on Hunter Biden’s reported use of racial epithets to Anthony Weiner’s return to Confide, the encrypted messaging app where he was busted for sending obscene pictures to an underage person.

Plus, RT America’s Natasha Sweatte reports on the controversial construction of tiny houses in the affluent LA neighborhood of Arcadia.