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TPP signed, Nestle admits slavery, Bernie momentum & More

In this episode of Redacted Tonight, Lee Camp rips into the establishment about the shady signing of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. It's a legit "Thanks, Obama" moment. He also explores the fraud and general insanity of the Iowa Caucus.

Correspondent, John F. O'Donnell, visits Lee at the desk to breakdown how undemocratic and unethical the entities known as "Superdelegates" are. In the second half of the show, Lee goes into extra dark territory, discussing how Nestle, one of the most evil multi-nationals out there, has admitted to using slave labor. Then correspondent Carlos Delgado presents his piece about how the Big Opioid Industry crushed prescription drug reform.

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