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The US hates Huawei, US funds Al-Qaeda, musicians protest Spotify

Lee Camp exposes the secret reason the US government is at war with Chinese tech company Huawei. Huawei is a worker-owned corporation and the US Empire cannot allow a good example to spread its influence unchallenged. Camp looks at some of the efforts the US’ ruling class has undertaken to tarnish their name. In other news, Camp looks at a Senate investigation proving that the Obama administration funded Al-Qaeda. But this isn’t the first time the US quietly funded the terrorists it fights.

Naomi Karavani reports on an artists’ union organizing for Spotify to increase the royalties they give out. Spotify insists on mistreating the artists who create the product they sell. Anders Lee finishes the show off with a discussion about DC statehood, and the Kansas City housing rights activists who are blocking evictions by shutting down their local courthouse.

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