Controversy at the 1st debate, after RGB, big pharma price gouging
The presidential debate between Biden and Trump shocked anyone with an understanding of politics in the USA and its history. Media pundits want to talk about how Trump violated procedures and norms but Lee Camp reports on the many ways that the showdown ultimately holds up the status quo which neither of the parties are willing to question. Anders Lee reports on the fallout from the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg and what options the Democrats will have to fight back against a conservative groundswell.
Naomi Karavani and Camp discuss how Representative Katie Porter took a pharmaceutical executive to task over his corporation’s price gouging on cancer drugs, an update on the Breonna Taylor case where it turned out the Grand Jury wasn’t offered the option of indicting the police who killed Taylor, and another case of the corporate media treating inhumane poverty as a cute story where an 89-year-old pizza delivery driver received a $12,000 tip.
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