How US Russia-bashing benefits & emboldens China (Full show)
China and Russia are participating in massive joint military exercises. Meanwhile, the US is launching war games of its own, and they are the largest in 40 years. Jeremy Kuzmarov of CovertAction Magazine shares his expertise on the intensifying geopolitical friction and the frigid relations between China and the US as well as the demonization of Russia. He says the mutual hostility between China and the US amounts to a cold war, and "a hot war would be suicidal” for everyone involved.
Then RT producer Nebojsa Malic joins to discuss the phone calls between General Mark A. Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and highest-ranking and most senior military officer in the US and why he believes that Milley “undermined” President Trump and the close proximity between Milley and Biden.
Democrats enjoyed an overwhelming win in the recall election, and the controversial Gov. Gavin Newsom remains at the helm in California. It is being seen as a vindication of the state’s draconian lockdown policies. Former GOP candidate from California’s 43rd District and US Navy veteran Joe Collins joins to share his insights.
Disgraced US gymnastics coach Larry Nasser is serving up to 175 years in prison after more than 150 women and girls accused him of a years-long reign of predatory sexual abuse of athletes. FBI officials have been implicated in lies to cover up their failure to act to protect athletes, doing “virtually nothing” for eight months while his crimes continued. RT America’s Sayeh Tavengar has the details.
Then RT America’s Natasha Sweatte reports on contract negotiations at the US Soccer Federation amid a gender discrimination lawsuit that contends female players aren’t compensated fairly.