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24 May, 2019 01:17

The News with Rick Sanchez - May 23, 2019 (20:00 ET)

17 states enacting laws against free speech
Since President Trump’s inauguration, at least 17 states have introduced laws to punish pipeline protestors, citing the need to “critical infrastructure.” Rick Sanchez explains. Then RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins to discuss the constitutionality of anti-protest laws and the growing pushback against them.

Freakish deadly tornado strikes Missouri capital
RT America’s Natasha Sweatte reports for the News with Rick Sanchez on the deadly EF-3 tornado that struck Jefferson City, Missouri and nearby communities late on Wednesday night.

Is US protecting Al-Qaeda group in Syria?
The US State Department warned that Syrian President Assad used or is about to use chemical weapons “again” but admits that it has no proof. RT’s Murad Gazdiev reports on the latest escalation of Syria’s civil war. Then RT America’s John Jordan joins Rick Sanchez to weigh in.

Miami Herald: ‘Why does Cuban Sanchez work for Russians?’  

Rick Sanchez discusses a Miami Herald article about his work for RT America.