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23 Nov, 2021 02:26

US media drooling over intel of Russian 'invasion' of Ukraine

Washington is sounding alarm over what it believes is a “looming invasion of Ukraine” at the hands of Russia, and predicting that it will happen in January. This is being used to justify continued injections of aid and to furnish Ukraine with military equipment to face the Russian "menace." Faran Fronczak has the details. Then Prof. Nicolai Petro of the University of Rhode Island shares his expertise.

RT's Peter Oliver reports from Europe on the widespread unrest in the face of stringent new lockdown measures in the face of new COVID-19 infection. RT America's Natasha Sweatte reports on the Defense Department's implementation of the Biden administration's vaccine mandate.

Plus, five people are dead and 48 injured, including two children in critical condition, after an SUV plowed into a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin on Sunday. RT America's Mollye Barrows has the tragic details. And new findings released on Monday corroborates accusations that disgraced former governor of New York Andrew Cuomo wasn't fully transparent about COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes, among other abuses of his office. VIvian Zayas, co-founder of Voices for Seniors, shares her insights about her crusade to hold Cuomo to account for his dishonesty.

Four Black men accused in a 1949 Florida rape all but one killed extrajudicially have been exonerated. No evidence of a sexual assault exists, according to investigators. It took seven decades for the state of Florida to recognize the gruesome instance of racial injustice. RT America's John Huddy reports.