New DNC Leak, Occupy 5th Anniversary, Military Buildup In Africa [REDACTED TONIGHT 116]

Lee Camp looks back at the geopolitical fallout of 9/11 fifteen years year. He also delves into the legacy of Occupy Wall Street, as it marks its five year anniversary. Then Lee covers how President Obama is ignoring pleas from top economists and lawyers to stop the harmful Trans Pacific Partnership international trade deal. He also covers the teachers strike at Long Island University and what it means for the students attending the school. He then breaks down the new leak from the DNC of General Colin Powell’s personal email. Correspondent Naomi Karavani joins Lee at the desk to discuss how the US is secretly militarizing Africa with already disastrous results. And Correspondent John F. O’Donnell reports on rape culture on college campuses. This and more on Redacted Tonight.

5 comments
  1. It is very sad that the most honest and informing news on the boob tube has to come from a comedian. Having said that though, you do a great job Lee. I am amazed the powers that should not be allow you to speak truth on TV.

  2. FINALLY! FI NAL LY! We have somewhere to go to get the real news, the truths that have been buried/hidden from view ever since the inception of this government. thanks you a million times for covering the Standing Rock rez pipeline protest. I have my timer set to switch to RT everytime Redacted comes on and guess what… I rarely change it to any other channel afterwards. I end up watching RT more than anyother channel. I’m addicted! So, Keep Fighting!!

  3. You are so funny and I love how you tell the disgraces with such light humor.
    Keep going and good luck to you in all you do.

    There should be more comedians like you.

    Respect ?

    Greettttzzzz from the Netherlands..

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