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[134] Secret TRUTH About Muslim Ban, Goldman Sachs Takes Over For Trump, Dems Impotent

Published on Feb 3, 2017

In this episode of Redacted Tonight, host Lee Camp uncovers the truth about why Trump banned travelers in those specific seven Muslim countries. Then he goes into the latest news on Trump’s cabinet picks and how they all have very curious overlaps on their resumes related to Goldman Sachs. He covers breaking news about how one of the biggest flaws in our elections could be fixed: gerrymandering. In the second half of the show correspondent John F. O’Donnell reveals the psychological effects on the American populace when they absorb a constant stream of lies. Finally, correspondent Natalie McGill covers the questionable improvements of Flint, Michigan’s water system. This and more on Redacted Tonight.

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Source Material:

No terrorist attacks post 9/11 by people from countries in Trump’s travel ban?
http://bit.ly/2jtxYeb

Trump’s Surprising Embrace of ‘Government Sachs’
http://bit.ly/2jHkfW6

Democracy Wins One as a Federal Court Strikes a Big Blow Against Gerrymandering
http://bit.ly/2kc10Tk

Trump’s Lies Versus Your Brain
http://politi.co/2j1sry8

Lead levels for water in Flint, Michigan have fallen below federal limit
http://cnb.cx/2l5QpXx

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