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Dems don't agree with Biden giving $450k to illegals (Full show)

Clashes are escalating on the border between Poland and Belarus. Poland has called 12,000 extra troops to the border and declared a three-month state of emergency due to the crisis levels of illegal immigration as refugees from the Middle East pour across the border. The government of Belarus is being accused of weaponizing the refugees against NATO in retaliation for sanctions against Minsk. President Lukashenko, who is accused of deliberately directing refugees toward Poland's border, has said that because of sanctions against his country they can't afford the huge refugee population. RT's Peter Oliver reports from Europe. Meanwhile, the US has reopened its own borders to vaccinated travelers and immigrants. Illegal immigration never went away, of course. Critics argue that the US is coddling those who immigrate illegally at the expense of those who obey the law in their quest for a place in the US as well as people born with US citizenship. Ned Ryun of American Majority and Georgia legislator Dee Dawkins-Haigler join Scottie Nell Hughes to weigh in.

Meanwhile the FBI raided the home of James O'Keefe, chief of investigative journalists "Project Veritas," after he published pages from the diary of Ashley Biden. The FBI is seeking to discover whether Project Veritas was complicit in any theft involved in the diary's arrival in their hands. Lionel of Lionel Media shares his insights.

A round of 20 new subpoenas have been given to people close to former President Trump regarding any foreknowledge or involvement they may have had in the January 6, 2021 attack on the US Capitol by Trump supporters who blamed his failure to secure reelection on widespread voter fraud and believed that Democrats "stole" the election. RT America's Natasha Sweatte reports.

Plus, "America's Lawyer" contributor Mollye Barrows joins to discuss a recent close call wherein a kidnapped minor used a widely-known hand gesture signaling distress and thereby thwart her captor, a smart move which led to the child's rescue.

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