Pentagon readies 8K troops; NATO partner says ‘We’re out’ – resisting war with Russia (full show)
Croatia says it will withdraw its forces from NATO, in the event of a conflict between Russia and Ukraine. The statement from the country’s president – came hours after the US put more than 8,000 troops on high alert, over what it claimed would be a Russian invasion of its neighbor. Moscow continues to deny such plans. Croatia is not the only NATO member expressing concern about a conflict in Russia. RT America’s Peter Oliver has more.
Then, Former Pentagon official Michael Maloof and former UK MP George Galloway join In Question to discuss.
Even if you turn off your location tracking setting on your phone, a US lawsuit says Google can still track you. That’s why the Attorneys General for three states and the District of Colombia – are filing lawsuits alleging that Google deceived customers into giving up their location data. For more on this story, RT America’s Paxton Boyd reports.
In a short press briefing Monday, President Joe Biden was caught on a hot mic calling a Fox News reporter an SOB. But that’s not the first time he’s made some colorful remarks to Peter Doocy – and in a mean culpa – POTUS called Doocy directly on his cell – to apologize – and tell the White House correspondent ‘not to take it personally.’ Investigative journalist and Boom Bust cohost Ben Swann weighs in.