Why is there already suspicion & doubt at Ghislaine Maxwell trial? (Full show)
The trial of Ghislaine Maxwell for sex-trafficking charges commenced on Monday. Prosecutors say the disgraced socialite, whom deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein had called his “best friend,” was instrumental in procuring victims as young as 14 to satisfy his depraved appetites. The trial is expected to last six weeks. Maxwell is pleading not guilty. RT America’s John Huddy reports from outside the federal courthouse in lower Manhattan. Then author Barry Levine, who has studied the Epstein case in immense detail, joins Scottie Nell Hughes to share his expertise.
Employees of Levi Strauss and Best Buy are so distressed by the acquittal of Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse that the companies are offering them professional counseling services and enlisting the aid of a “racial trauma specialist.” Filmmaker and author Sean Stone weighs in. He says the gesture is an artifact of the modern era’s uncritical acceptance of “liberal monoculture” and its narratives about racism. Jack Dorsey has resigned his position at Twitter and will be leaving the board in the coming months. Litigation from former US President Trump and an exodus of conservative voices from the social media platform may have contributed to his decision. RT America’s Natasha Sweatte has the details. Then “Boom Bust” co-hosts Christy Ai and Ben Swann share their insights.