Scientists: US breast milk 2000 times more toxic than drinking water (Full show)
A new study of breastmilk in new mothers shows that in each of the 50 samples collected, PFAs (ubiquitous “forever chemicals” that coat umbrellas, raincoats, frying pans, clothing and more) exist in levels 2,000 times higher than what is considered safe in drinking water. Every single baby born in America is under threat. Attorney Sara Papantonio joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the dire situation, the threat it poses to newborns and what is being done to address it. US officials report that more US diplomatic personnel have fallen ill with “Havana Syndrome,” a mysterious illness that some attribute to crickets, others to directed microwave radiation. Havana Syndrome has occurred in US agents stationed in China, Cuba and Russia although all three countries deny having anything to do with it. RT America’s John Huddy reports.
Sirens wailed through eerily empty streets in Tel Aviv, Israel as the country’s vaunted “Iron Dome” missile defense system warned residents as the system detected a rocket and roared into operation. RT’s Paula Slier reports from the scene.
RT America’s Alex Mihailovich reports on competing projects in the US and Russia to produce the world’s first feature film on-location in space before Prof. Aaron Pagel of DePaul University weighs in.
Plus, comedian Lee Camp of "Redacted Tonight” joins to discuss the vocal confusion and disappointment of MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow when President Biden didn’t blame the Russian government for the recent cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline.