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Fox News garbage, Kamala’s water wars, militarized police

Fox News has a comedy show to compete with Redacted Tonight now. Lee Camp takes on Greg Gutfeld’s new show, which is meant to make right-wingers laugh. As you might’ve guessed, the intellectual credibility of Gutfeld’s opinions are about as funny as the jokes he made to an unamused live audience. He pushes facts that Camp is able to take apart in minutes on this episode. Camp also exposes criminals in the ruling class, shows Vice President Kamala Harris admitting that the US will be fighting future wars over water, and more.

Natalie McGill reports on the transfer of military-grade weapons to local police departments under a 23-year-old Pentagon program. There is no sign that Biden will sign an executive order to curtail the program, and too many members of Congress receive money from weapons contractors to do anything about it. Anders Lee joins Camp to discuss the latest case of police murder in Chicago, where 13-year-old Adam Toledo was shot while his hands were in the air to surrender. They also discuss recent Latin American elections in Ecuador and Peru.

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