Episode

10/30 Perps Walking: Mueller Unseals Indictments

October 30, 2017

On today’s show, Fox News focuses on an important emoji story, Paul Manafort admits to lying to the FBI and does badly on TV, George Papadopoulos used Skype to talk to Russia, and Bannon’s foundation planted the HRC uranium story.

On the fun half: “Paul Manafort” calls in to defend himself, the Intercept is a Russian operative, do moderate Dems want to work with Trump to “get things done”? (probably not), Mike Cernovich has theories on time dilation, Judge Jeanine wants to “lock her up,” we argue some more about Mark Ames and Matt Taibbi, the Whitefish Energy deal is shady af, and some Canadian thinks Bernie Sanders is understating the problems with single-payer healthcare.

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