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Next Air Force chief making millions from war (Full show)

Frank Kendall, President Joe Biden's nominee for Air Force Secretary, when he answered questions before Congress on Monday ahead of his expected confirmation in the role. He faced a disturbing dearth of serious scrutiny about his very lucrative entanglements with defense contractors who've made him rich. The absence of criticism from an apparently apathetic US Congress makes his nomination all-the-more an illustration that the infamous Washington "swamp" is dirtier than ever. RT America's Faran Fronczak takes a deep dive into Kendall and his questionable career. Then Daniel McAdams of the Ron Paul Institute weighs in.

But first, the Department of Homeland Security is pushing new regulations following the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, designed to better present US infrastructure going forward. But is it too little, too late? Todd Shipley of DarkIntel joins Scottie Nell Hughes to share his cybersecurity expertise.

More than half of Republicans polled say they believe that former President Donald Trump remains the legitimate US President and that his defeat after a single term is due to fraud and voting irregularities. Meanwhile, audits of the 2020 election results continue in counties across the US. Former Georgia state Rep. LaDawn B Jones and Ed Martin of Phyllis Schlafly Eagles debate.