Rage against the vaccine: What Australians really think (Full show)
Australia has placed strict new public health regulations in pursuit of its "zero COVID policy." The country has fewer than 1,000 cases being reported and fewer than 1,000 deaths reported since the pandemic began. It has ignited controversy in the country over the lockdown policies and their enforcement. Professor Raina MacIntyre of the University of New South Wales shares her expertise.
Then Lynn Shaw of the Alliance to End Human Trafficking joins Scottie Nell Hughes to discuss the widely underreported issue of marriage of US citizens below the age of 18. Only a handful of states have banned marriage below the age of 18.
In some states, people as young as 12 can legally enter marriage. She argues that a minor who enters marriage ought to be construed as a victim of sex trafficking. RT’s Murad Gazdiev reports from Kabul. RT America’s Natasha Sweatte reports on the stranding of US school-age children in Afghanistan and the Biden administration’s disastrous withdrawal.
Plus, Ned Ryun of American Majority weighs in on the surprise flight of two lawmakers to Afghanistan and whether it suggests a lack of trust in the Biden administration and its intelligence from the ground. He points out that Democrats are insufficiently critical of the botched evacuation from Kabul and the failure to evacuate US civilians still stranded in Afghanistan.