Naked Anime-AOC Mashup Illustrates Current Level of US Politics
US Vice President Kamala Harris is in France hoping to smooth over any lingering acrimony after the foreign policy blunder (or "stab in the back") that saw the US and UK undermining a French nuclear submarine deal with Australia worth billions. Meanwehile, in an attention-grabbing gesture taken from former President Trump's own playbook, Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Arizona) tweeted an edited clip from the Japanese anime series "Attack on Titan" wherein he appears to kill an animated foe representing fellow legislator Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-New York) and to attack one representing President Biden.
The situation remains extremely tense at the border between Belarus and Poland. Migrants from Iraq, Afghanistan and other war-torn climes remain determined to cross into Poland and hence the wealthy countries of the west for a new life as Europeans. Some tried to force entry with makeshift battering rams an wire cutters. with reported gunfire believed to be the Poles' reaction. RT's Konstantin Zharkov reports from the scene. Gun manufacturers are relocating operations to the American South, where they perceive a more hospitable cultural milieu. The decision will prove of extreme importance to the extent that gun control remains in large part a matter of state law. Civil rights attorney Robert Patillo and former USTR official Steve Gill share their insights.
RT America's Mollye Barrows reports on a couple's horrifying discovery that after spending thousands at a fertility clinic, the wrong embryo was implanted, carried, birthed, and mothered for an entire year before the error came to light. The couple is suing the hospital, as is the other couple involved in this "nightmare" embryo swap.
Plus, a new study concluded that long trips in space may cause brain damage. RT America's Natasha Sweatte has the details.