What Facebook REALLY doesn’t want you to know about

In this all new episode of Redacted Tonight VIP, Lee Camp talks with Bill Ottman, the founder of a free and open source social media site called Minds.com. While mega social media sites, such as Facebook, make the rules on what news you are and aren’t allowed to see, Ottman has worked for years on providing an ethical content-sharing alternative that is free of the algorithms that lead to censorship. Ottman talks about where he sees social media heading in the long term, and the freedom open source sites like Minds.com gives people to become independent content creators. In the second half of VIP, Lee finally addresses the controversy surrounding the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich and the allegations that his death stemmed from sharing info via WikiLeaks. With some questionable comments from Julian Assange about Rich being a possible source, and even Fox News’ retracting Sean Hannity’s coverage, not much can be verified about what really happened the night of July 10, 2016. Finally, Lee covers UN Ambassador Nikki Haley’s dehumanizing remarks following her recent visit to camps for Syrian refugees in Turkey and Jordan. Haley tries to paint lipstick on the pig that is our country’s refusal to take in refugees whose lives were destroyed by our military. This, and more, on Redacted Tonight VIP.

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