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10 May, 2021 23:25

Major pipeline hacked: Why was it so easy? (Full show)

The FBI has determined that ransomware is to blame for the shutdown of Colonial Pipeline that caused a shock to gasoline, diesel and jet fuel prices in numerous US states and new worries over the security of US infrastructure. There is no sign that Russian state actors were involved, according to US President Biden. What do we know about “DarkSide,” the shadowy post-Soviet syndicate believed to be behind the cyberattack? Former naval intelligence officer John Jordan joins News.Views.Hughes to share his insights.

Then we talk about broken political promises in Colombia and new attention to the country’s dire political situation. Bogota Energy Group Juan Ricardo Ortega, economist and CEO of Bogota Energy Group weighs in.

Then RT America’s Natasha Sweatte reports on the soaring price of home construction and its roots in an unprecedented and ongoing lumber shortage, before mortgage brokerage expert Debbie Bloyd shares her expertise.

Plus, Lionel of Lionel Media joins to discuss how the looming divorce of Melinda and Bill Gates have brought the latter’s ties to infamous pedophile Jeffrey Epstein under new scrutiny.