Agents provocateurs, free the embassy protectors, the antifa-ban
An agent provocateur is an undercover agent, sometimes a police officer, who’s deployed to join a protest to provoke protesters into illegal acts or violence so the protest can be discredited and those protesting are liable for prosecution. It’s a classic strategy, and Anders Lee explores its place in history, both in the recent George Floyd uprisings, and in many instances of domestic terrorism in the US.
The Venezuelan Embassy protectors have had their felony charges dropped over their protests defending the international diplomatic order, US law enforcement has targeted journalists covering the George Floyd uprising, the Biden campaign continues to become more of a carnival as it lets the Democratic National Committee’s candidate continue to talk in public, and more.
Natalie McGill reports on where the bailout money aimed at hospitals went. Unsurprisingly, it turns out that already wealthy, predatory metropolitan institutions scooped more funding than struggling rural hospitals, and McGill wants to know how we can get that money back. Anders Lee sits down with Lee Camp to talk about Trump’s move to criminalize Antifa, the case of an assassinated former Swedish president that’s not only been reopened but potentially also solved, and more.
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