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The man behind the opioid crisis, Pentagon’s censorship plan, the unconstitutional terror watchlist

The show this week opens with Lee lambasting the deposition of a Sackler family patriarch. Richard Sackler spent hours in front of lawyers and a camera while seemingly forgetting everything about his professional life. This would be funny if he hadn’t profited from hundreds of thousands of deaths across the country over the last several decades. In “Taking the News From Behind,” Lee celebrates the firing of John Bolton and looks at the Pentagon’s intention to further censor our media.

In the second half of the show, Natalie McGill sits down with Lee to report on the trend of doctors’ offices using Groupon to sell their services. Then Naomi Karavani finishes the episode by covering some recent good news. A court found the notorious terrorism watchlist unconstitutional.

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