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The News with Rick Sanchez - January 15, 2019 (20:00 ET)

Iraq War crowd Now Pushing Iran War on TV 

Rick Sanchez explains how the very same liars who manipulated the United States into invading Iraq are plotting a US invasion of Iran. Colonel Larry Wilkerson warns the public that the current US strategy against Iran seems to be a revival of the US early 2000s regime change tactics.

How Trump Turned News into State-Run Media 

Ron Paul joins Rick Sanchez and says in America today truth is treasonous.” Dr. Paul reminds us that journalists are supposed to challenge the powerful and excoriates those in establishment media who’ve turned the airwaves over to apologists and foreign policy conformists. We can also see how far US journalism has strayed by its treatment of real truth-tellers such as Julian Assange.

Saudi Arabia Statue Kicked Out From Ground Zero – RT Follow up

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey agreed to relocate an art installation featuring a nine-foot-tall, candy-shaped statue painted up like Saudi Arabia’s flag from the World Trade Center campus. The traveling exhibit became a point of controversy after critics pointed out that multiple 9/11 hijackers were Saudi subjects.

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