On this week’s Redacted Tonight, Lee talks about Reverend Ed Pinkney – the political prisoner you’ve never heard of. He’s slated to be locked up for years because he got in the way of a major corporation. Denver police arrest volunteers building micro-homes for the homeless, Chevron sues Ecuadorians for suing Chevron over Amazon oil spill, and Carlos Delgado explains why robots are scarier than capitalism. Also – John F. O’Donnell reports from the second Republican Presidential debate in Colorado.
Redacted Tonight #319 – REVEALED: The Rich Gain Billions While Workers Are At Food Banks
The wealth of the richest people in the world has increased during this pandemic. Lee Camp delivers the facts on growing inequality and tries to help you understand how horrific this crisis has been for regular people in the US. These unbelievable profits come through mass exploitation and a lack of caution for the health of workers.
December 6, 2020
Redacted Tonight #323 – The Secret Reason The U.S. Fears Huawei
Lee Camp exposes the secret reason the US government is at war with the Chinese technology company Huawei. Huawei is a worker-owned corporation and the US Empire cannot allow a good example to spread its influence unchallenged. So Camp looks at some of the efforts the US's ruling class has undertaken to tarnish their name.
January 16, 2021