Russia-China military alliance looms as US alienates both (Full show)
The Biden administration has rejected President Putin's suggestion of a reset in US-Russian relations. Meanwhile, the Pentagon has admitted that China, who recently added three warships in a single day, now boasts the world's largest navy and is making overtures to Russia in hopes of establishing a military alliance. Officials in China and Russia have reiterated their recognition of mutual interest in opposing unilateral sanctions and other unwelcome moves with which Washington exerts its influence on the world stage. China and Russia boast formidable navies and participated in joint military drills and shared sensitive technology with one another. RT America's Alex Mihalovich reports. Then former UK MP George Galloway and former naval intelligence officer John Jordan join Rick Sanchez to share their insights.
RT's Charlotte Dubenskij reports from France on the country's controversial new anti-terrorism bill. Then RT America's John Huddy shares developing news on the tense situation in Elizabeth City, NC as a judge rules that police bodycam footage of the "execution" of Black suspect Andrew Brown Junior will not be released to the public.
Plus, President Biden has requested a record-shattering $753 billion military budget, giving his critics reason for skepticism when the Biden administration says it intends troop withdrawal from Afghanistan and a reduced US role in the conflict in Yemen. Rick Sanchez is joined by an ornery Lee Camp.