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False scarcity, Confederate statues, Julian Assange, & federal urine tests

Lee Camp breaks down one of the most harmful lies that is being told and retold – that of “scarcity.” Lee then reports on the disappearance of Confederate statues in the South and why people are mourning this loss. Julian Assange is finally cleared of sexual assault allegations, but will he be treated fairly by the US government? As much as everyone is obsessed with the glowing orb, the more important story is the weapons deal made at the Trump-Saudi meeting. Naomi Karavani joins Lee at the desk to report on a pro-Trump conservative media company, the Sinclair Broadcasting group, which is set to become the largest owner of local news stations in the US. Natalie McGill reports on Congress’ recent decision to add hurdles in the form of drug tests for unemployment benefits. This and more on Redacted Tonight.

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