Record death toll as COVID-19 stalks US (Full show)
COVID-19 numbers soar across the US with a record 150,000 cases. The country has seen 67,000 coronavirus-related hospital admissions in two weeks. The mounting emergency has raised the possibility of a nationwide lockdown and put renewed focus on mental health. This year saw a 93 percent rise in anxiety screenings, while depression screenings climbed 60 percent. Suicidal ideation is also on the rise, and there is grave concern about the likely toll of the holiday season on the minds of the vulnerable. RT America’s Trinity Chavez reports. Then John Huddy discusses the new awareness of “super-spreader” events and individuals exacerbating the pandemic.
Plus, the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has concluded that the 2020 election was the "most secure" in US history. But the Trump administration and its supporters continue to raise the alarm about perceived irregularities. RT America’s Faran Fronczak and Natasha Sweatte have the details. Then political analyst Dr. Rashad Richey and Ed Martin of Phyllis Schlafly Eagles joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the unprecedented election and the possibility of a looming constitutional crisis.