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Here's proof Wall Street owns US politicians

Wall Street executives and their ilk invested $2.9 billion in candidates in recent elections. What has been the return on their investment? And as these corporations "take a stand" on voting rights, could there be a deeper motivation than signaling their virtue? Investigative journalist Ben Swann and author Austin Ruse join Scottie Nell Hughes to discuss.

But first, Pfizer has begun to say that recipients of their vaccine may need a third shot months after the anticipated second shot, or even an annual inoculation against COVID-19. Dr. Marilyn M. Singleton, MD, JD- anesthesiologist and former president of Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, joins News.Views.Hughes to share her expertise. Plus, the use of fentanyl and other illicit substances has risen drastically in the US during the course of the pandemic, as have overdose deaths, as a fearful populace struggles to cope with social isolation, stress, loneliness and anxiety over the future. RT America's Natasha Sweatte reports on how the scourge of fentanyl has impacted San Francisco, Seattle, Las Vegas and Los Angeles.