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Inequality & the pandemic, DHS continues overreach, WalMart risks worker lives

The wealth of the richest people in the world has increased during this pandemic. Lee Camp delivers the facts on growing inequality and tries to help you understand how horrific this crisis has been for regular people in the US. These unbelievable profits come through mass exploitation and a lack of caution for the health of workers. Then Natalie McGill and Camp discuss new plans from the Department of Homeland Security to further invade the privacy of asylum seekers and other immigrants.

Naomi Karavani reports on how massive corporations like WalMart take advantage of food stamp programs and other public assistance to continue paying their employees poverty wages. They have only accelerated these practices while staying open during the pandemic. Anders Lee and Camp finish off the show on Barack Obama's latest autobiography and its revelations about his empty corporate politics.

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