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John Dean: Rice may have admitted to conspiracy

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Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told students at Stanford that she didn’t authorize torture, she merely forwarded the authorization for it. Author John Dean told MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann that Rice may have admitted to a criminal conspiracy.

This video is from MSNBC’s Countdown, broadcast Apr. 30, 2009.



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‘Why the unnecessary 6?’: Medicare for All advocates warn Biden that lowering age to 60 solves nothing

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"These policies are what I would expect from Republicans. This is not a 'big overture' by any stretch of the imagination."

Progressives on Thursday were quick to call foul after it was reported that Joe Biden, now the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, put forth a pair of policy proposals—one lowering the Medicare age to 60 and the other a student debt relief program—purportedly designed to win over supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders who instead saw the plans as woefully insufficient.

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FDA warns Alex Jones to stop telling his viewers to drink silver to fight coronavirus

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On Thursday, The Daily Beast reported that the Food and Drug Administration is warning conspiracy theorist broadcaster Alex Jones to stop marketing supplements containing colloidal silver to his listeners as useful against COVID-19.

"The FDA has determined that your www.infowarsstore.com website offers 'Superblue Silver Immune Gargle,' 'SuperSilver Whitening Toothpaste,' 'SuperSilver Wound Dressing Gel' and 'Superblue Fluoride Free Toothpaste' for sale in the United States and that these products are intended to mitigate, prevent, treat, diagnose, or cure COVID-19 in people," said the agency in a letter. "Based on our review, these products are unapproved new drugs sold in violation of section 505(a) of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act."

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Rep. Jim Jordan draws attention to Trump’s coronavirus failures in letter attacking World Health Org

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Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) dragged the Republican members of the House Oversight and Reform Committee into blaming the World Health Organization (WHO) for the slow action by the United States to combat the coronavirus crisis.

Throughout the crisis, the WHO has shied away from placing any blame on the Chinese government, which is in essence the Communist Party of China," he said in a letter. "You, as leader of the WHO, even went so far as to praise the Chinese government’s 'transparency' during the crisis, when, in fact, the regime has consistently lied to the world by underreporting their actual infection and death statistics."

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