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Havana syndrome, BDS blocks Israeli ship, Peruvian elections

Years ago, US diplomats in Cuba accused the Cuban government of using a high-tech mystery weapon to give them slight headaches. Now the story has resurfaced and this time they’re accusing the Russians of the same thing. Lee Camp reviews the corporate media’s collective freakout over the sci-fi conspiracy theory. They see what they’re calling “Havana Syndrome” as a gift for ratings now that Trump is gone and their viewership is falling.

Next, Camp reports on a new study with questionable funding that found children are bored of the outdoors, and the BDS activists who stopped an Israeli cargo ship from entering a California dock. Anders Lee joins Camp to end the show on the socialist victory in the recent Peruvian elections, and a QAnon-affiliated anti-human-trafficking organization that had made some interesting decisions.

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