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Breaking election fraud info, police take blankets from homeless, Trump’s climate change ‘witch hunt

In this episode of Redacted Tonight, host Lee Camp delves into new evidence about election manipulation that will have your head spinning. He then takes on Trump’s investigation into the Department of Energy’s staff and their relationship with climate change research, as well as Henry Kissinger’s awkward Nobel Peace Prize win. He rounds up this week’s news with footage from Denver showing police officers stealing blankets from the homeless. In the second half of the show, correspondent Natalie McGill joins Lee at the desk to discuss Nestle’s questionable water acquisition deal. And finally, correspondent Naomi Karavani uncovers the new and weirder war on abortion. This, and more, on Redacted Tonight with Lee Camp.

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