Episode

8/14 Corporate Media vs. Bernie & Editing America’s Huddled Masses

August 14, 2019

News day with the MR team.

On today’s show: CNN says Sanders campaign calling out pro-corporate bias is “really dangerous line.” Noam Chomsky explains how the media and our education system manufacture consent. Round 3: Cuccinello says Statue of Liberty poem was about Europeans. Ronald Raygun gives details on “public charge” laws: their long history and the recent changes made by Trump admin.

On the fun half: Trump defends Cuccinelli and public charge law changes after Cuccinelli edits the poem on the Statue of Liberty. Fox and Friends explain why changes to public charge law are “common sense.” AOC calls out Barstool Sports boss for publicly flouting labor law. Matt Walsh claims that Sam makes no arguments.

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