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‘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 political pranksters the Yes Men tells Lee of a big problem with money in politics and a glimmer of hope for progressive politics as smaller races are being won by progressive candidates across the US.

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