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Trading carbon to repurchase stolen property (E1299)

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the fact that Donald Trump has already raised $100 million for his 2020 re-election campaign, the first president in modern history to begin fundraising so early in his first term. What does this sort of fundraising success mean for 2020? They also look at Big Oil suddenly advocating for a carbon tax. Are they trying to outrun the bear, leaving coal to be hit hard? Or are they trying to write legislation beneficial to themselves before regulators are forced to ‘do something’ as climate catastrophes escalate? In the second half, they look at the native Americans in northern California who buy back their land from the people who stole it by earning money trading carbon credits thanks to their massive Redwood trees.

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