Redacted Tonight

  • Jimmy Dore on the corporate state and the power of the petrodollar
    Lee sits down with Jimmy Dore, political comedian and host of the “Jimmy Dore Show," to talk the viability of the of the Draft Bernie movement and the fraudulent Democrats. As the Democrats make their move to the center and give nothing but...
  • Redacted Tonight
    With reality now seeming like a Shakespearean comedy, perhaps only comedy can truly bring truth to the people. DC-born comedian Lee Camp and a talented cast do just that with RT America’s first comedy show - Redacted Tonight with Lee Camp. This is not your grandparents’ satire program. Every week Redacted Tonight will provide comedy news with a punch. This weekly satire show tackles all the real news stories the mainstream media failed to mention and provides new angles on the ones they do.
  • Jimmy Dore on the corporate state and the power of the petrodollar
    Jimmy Dore on the corporate state and the power of the petrodollar
    Lee sits down with Jimmy Dore, political comedian and host of the “Jimmy Dore Show," to talk the viability of the of the Draft Bernie movement and the fraudulent Democrats. As the Democrats make their move to the center and give nothing but...
  • Unlimited war powers, climate catastrophe, worker deaths hidden
    Unlimited war powers, climate catastrophe, worker deaths hidden
    Lee Camp discusses the corporate media’s refusal to acknowledge the role of climate change in increasing the severity of natural disasters. Lee then shows how despite rhetoric about how unfit Trump is, most of Congress voted to kill an...
  • The monetization of injustice
    The monetization of injustice
    Lee speaks with Teodrose Fikre, who aims to revolutionize the way news is consumed. Fikre writes to unite victims of injustice and counter the for-profit monetization of injustice by the mass media industry. He’s the editor of the Ghion...
  • War with Iran, war with North Korea, FBI creating more terrorists
    War with Iran, war with North Korea, FBI creating more terrorists
    Police have become armed militias with military weapons. In order to justify the police becoming an extension of the military, Americans must be very afraid – so the FBI creates the terrorists, then takes credit for stopping them. Naomi...
  • Former CIA analyst on the agency’s history of lying to the public
    Former CIA analyst on the agency’s history of lying to the public
    Lee speaks with former CIA analyst Ray McGovern about the intelligence community’s habit of disseminating faulty intelligence for the benefit of the war machine. Lee then switches gears to talk about Ghent, a city in Belgium that’s...
  • DNC fraud lawsuit, Harvey was predicted, presidential port-a-potties
    DNC fraud lawsuit, Harvey was predicted, presidential port-a-potties
    The dismissal of the DNC fraud lawsuit case solidifies what we already had a feeling was true: the Democratic Party feels no obligation to the people it claims to represent. No matter who the president is, we will always have the normalization of...
  • DAPL Corporation sues activists for $300 MILLION”
    DAPL Corporation sues activists for $300 MILLION”
    The Dakota Access Pipeline is owned by Energy Transfer Partners, which is owned by Sunoco Logistics, who spills crude oil more often than any of its competitors according to Reuters. You’d think the crime of contaminating the Missouri River (a...
  • Russian hacking narrative debunked, CIA torture settlement, Burger King arming amputees
    Russian hacking narrative debunked, CIA torture settlement, Burger King arming amputees
    A group founded in 2003 to question the WMD narrative from which our consent was manufactured to attack Iraq, has re-emerged to question the Russian hacking narrative that politicians and media pundits have hammered into our brains since the...
  • America’s opioid crisis & the media’s white supremacy hypocrisy
    America’s opioid crisis & the media’s white supremacy hypocrisy
    Trump’s indefensible refusal to clearly denounce white nationalism after the attack in Charlottesville gave corporations, politicians, and the media the opportunity for some breathtaking grandstanding, declaring their clear opposition to...
  • ‘I was at Charlottesville – attack could’ve been prevented’
    ‘I was at Charlottesville – attack could’ve been prevented’
    Lee Camp opens with the horrors he witnessed firsthand following the terrorist attack in Charlottesville, Virginia, and the hypocrisy of politicians – left and right – who went on social media to condemn the violence. Andy Bichlbaum of...