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1 Feb, 2022 00:50

Will Qatar come to Biden's aid with Iran & Ukraine? (Full show)

President Biden hosted Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani of Qatar, the second-biggest exporter of liquefied natural gas, to discuss alternative means of supplying energy to a fuel-insecure Europe. The meeting came ahead on the same day as the meeting of the UN Security Council on Ukraine crisis. RT producer and senior writer Nebojsa Malic joins Scottie Nell Hughes to share his insights.

Media personality Joe Rogan hosted guests trafficking in what is now deemed “misinformation.” When 270 doctors signed a letter demanding Rogan’s removal from audio-hosting platform Spotify and they didn’t, Rock-and-roll legend Neil Young withdrew his recordings in protest, to no avail. Spotify has promised a new content warning, but is that merely the first step in eventual censorship? Podcaster Drew Berquist shares his insights.

Plus, Canada's capital of Ottawa saw its streets blaring with protest as truckers vented frustration and voiced opposition to the new vaccine mandate required for crossing into Canada from the US. Fierce rhetoric denouncing Canadian PM Justin Trudeau and his government led police to launch investigations into the "Freedom Convoy," whose critics believe to be veering into political extremism. RT America's Trinity Chavez reports. Then lawyer and journalist Dimitri Lascaris joisn Scottie Nell Hughes to weigh in.