Violence against US govt justifiable – new poll (full show)
Thursday marks the one year anniversary since the January 6th riots, some refer it to the insurrection. The scenes from the Capitol building seared into the American collective consciousness. Thousands of Trump supporters rallying outside---as hundreds were estimated to have stormed in---overwhelming Capitol Police at every turn. A new poll from the Washington Post and University of Maryland finds that 1 in 3 Americans believe violence against the government is justifiable. A sharp rise from just 16 percent back in 2010 during the Obama era. Former UK MP George Galloway and Host of Watching the Hawks Tyrel Ventura join a panel to discuss.
As we enter the third year of the coronavirus pandemic, mass sickouts are leading to staffing shortages across nearly every industry – including the airlines. On top of that—a massive winter storm along the east coast is creating travel nightmares and forcing many school closures. RT America’s Trinity Chavez reports. Then, former NTSB official Jamie Finch shares his analysis.
Covid cases are on the rise across Europe, with infections breaking all-time records. France reporting more than 200,000 new cases four days in a row. Meanwhile governments are again imposing restrictions, especially on those who are not vaccinated. RT’s Charlotte Dubenskij has more.