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From Washington DC -- the capital of the divided states of America -- it's time for a show that brings you both sides of the issues that the country is talking about.

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    After Biden Failed Domestically, War is His Only Hope

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2022 173:53

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about Biden continuing to downplay Russia's security concerns, the president pivoting to war after failing domestically, why truckers are revolting, and a paper calculating war in China emphasizing the U.S. must weaken Russia.Guests:Mark Sleboda - International Security Analyst | Biden Doubles Down on Downplaying Russian Security ConcernsFaran Fronczak - Anchor for RT America | After Biden Failed Domestically, War is His Only Hope Ted Rall - Political Cartoonist | After Biden Failed Domestically, War is His Only Hope Bob Bolus - Convoy to D.C. Organizer | Why Truckers Are Revolting and Driving to D.C.Kit Klarenberg - Investigative Journalist | 2016 Paper Strategizing War with China Emphasizes Plan to Weaken RussiaIn the first hour Mark Sleboda joined the show to talk about Biden continuing to downplay Russia's security concerns, if latest developments will spell the end of a unipolar geopolitical system, and predictions for how Russia's allies will react to their operations in Ukraine.In the second hour Faran Fronczak and Ted Rall joined Fault Lines for a panel discussion on Russia's moves in Ukraine, Biden's address to the nation that promises harsher sanctions than simply removing Russia from the SWIFT system, and what Americans should expect from the conflict. We were also joined by Bob Bolus to talk about his convoy to D.C. as a protest against Covid restrictions, what the convoy expects to accomplish, and what truckers would accept as a win.In the third hour Kit Klarenberg joined the conversation to talk about a 2016 RAND paper strategizing war in China that advocates baiting Russia into overextending itself by arming Ukraine, among other tactics. We also talked about how U.S. and European sanctions on Russia will put money in the pockets of elites but make ordinary citizens poorer.

    Russia Launches Military Operation in Ukraine - Now What?

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2022 171:37

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli get a military analysis of Russia's moves in Ukraine, discuss if China will seize the moment to attack Taiwan, why Russia sees NATO as an imminent threat to their country, and if America is set to enter a wartime economy.Guests:Scott Ritter - Former U.N. Weapons Inspector | World on Edge of Nuclear War as Russia Launches Special Military OperationsScottie Nell Hughes - Anchor for RT America | Psaki Confirms Americans Will Get Poorer from War AbroadChris Hedges - Journalist | Why Russia Sees NATO Expansion as Imminent ThreatMark Frost - Economist | Is America About to Enter a Wartime Economy?In the first hour Scott Ritter joined the show for an military analysis of Russia's operations in Ukraine as a response to the U.S, NATO and Ukraine disrespecting their security demands. We also talked predictions for what comes next and how the conflict resolves.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Scottie Nell Hughes for a discussion on Russia's operations in Ukraine and if China will seize the moment to attack Taiwan. We also talked about Psaki admitting that Americans will pay a hefty cost for elites waging war abroad. In the third hour Chris Hedges joined the conversation to talk about the media's bloodthirst for war, the context for Russia's military operations in Ukraine, and why Russia sees NATO as an imminent threat to their national security. We were also joined by Mark Frost to talk about the stock market drop from media hype over the Russia-Ukraine conflict, the impending spike of gas prices, and if America is about to enter a wartime economy.

    No, Russia Did Not Invade Ukraine

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2022 172:07

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about Russia being the most useful villain for the U.S. and its allies, billions in Covid funds getting handed to fraudsters, and if there's any court willing to convict Hunter Biden for his shady business dealings.Guests:Jareth Copus - Author, ‘Ukraine, Forever a Pawn' | Putin is the West's Best VillainMark Frost - Economist | Biden Admits Economic Consequences of Russia SanctionsMiranda Devine - Author & Columnist | Who's Willing to Convict Hunter Biden on Shady Business Dealings?In the first hour Jareth Copus joined the show to talk about how the U.S. worked with Nazi groups after World War 2 which led to fascists in Ukraine demonizing Russia to this day. We also talked about why Putin waited until now to send peacekeeping troops to two volatile regions in Ukraine.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Mark Frost for a discussion on how trillions in Covid relief packages didn't help the average American like it was pitched and how hospitals are diagnosing benign issues as Covid for increased funding. We also talked about the global economic consequences of sanctioning Russia - something which will likely hurt the U.S. more than Russia.In the third hour Miranda Devine joined the conversation to talk about Hunter Biden's ex-girlfriend and baby momma testifying against him in investigations into his shady business dealings and the likelihood of the president's son getting convicted on tax evasion and fraud.

    Ukraine Survives Another Day, Contrary To U.S. Intelligence

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2022 169:57

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about the ex-president of Honduras getting arrested on drug charges, Democrats playing defense on culture war issues ahead of midterms, and the U.S. embarrassing itself as Russia still hasn't attacked despite intel.Guests:Camila Escalante - Journalist | Ex-President of Honduras Perp Walked on Drug ChargesTed Rall - Political Cartoonist | Democrats Losing Culture War with RepublicansMark Sleboda - International Security Analyst | Ukraine Survives Another Day, Contrary To U.S. IntelligenceIn the first hour Camila Escalante joined the show to talk about the ex-president of Honduras and former U.S. ally getting arrested and what took so long given his connection to drug traffickers had been known for years.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Ted Rall for a discussion on Democrats getting slammed on culture issues like critical race theory by Republicans, what John Durham's latest revelations about spying on Trump means for Democrats, and the judge in Sarah Palin's defamation case saying he'll throw it out no matter what the jury decides.In the third hour Mark Sleboda joined the conversation to talk about the U.S. repeatedly proclaiming an imminent Russian attack, even including a specific date that has since passed. We also talked about Russia's military exercises as a form of hardball negotiation tactics as the U.S. and NATO continue to dismiss security concerns.

    Textbook Projection from U.S. State Dept. Weary of Russian 'False Flag'

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2022 170:22

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about the State Dept. projecting their history of false flag attacks onto Russia, if Trump can survive till 2024, AOC getting called out, and if prison reform is still possible in the U.S.Guests:Matthew Ehret - Journalist | Textbook Projection from U.S. State Dept. Weary of Russian 'False Flag'Dr. Lindsay Chervinsky - Presidential Historian | Can Trumpism Survive to 2024?Keaten Mansfield - Political Analyst | AOC Called Out at Socialist RallyPaul Wright - Prison Reform Activist | Democrats Posture on Prison Reform Ahead of MidtermsIn the first hour Matthew Ehret joined the show to talk about the U.S. whipping itself into a frenzy over purported deadlines of a Russian invasion into Ukraine, if State Department rumors of a Russian false flag attack is mere projection, and the U.S. embassy in Ukraine accusing Russia of violating the Minsk agreements despite Ukraine refusing to sign on.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Dr. Lindsay Chervinsky for a discussion on the unprecedented rejection of the 2020 election, what historically healed widespread political division in America, and the future of the Republican party. In the third hour Keaten Mansfield joined the conversation to talk about calling out Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez at a Democratic Socialist rally in Austin about her lack of support for Venezuela and refusal to vote 'no' on funding Israeli weapon systems. We also talked to Paul Wright about why attention is only now being drawn to the dismal conditions inside U.S. prisons and what America could do to lower their reincarceration rate.

    Western Powers Flinch After Putin's Big Gamble

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2022 170:35

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about Ukraine possibly forgoing their ambitions of joining NATO, revelations Trump was spied on by political adversaries, and Trump getting dumped by his accounting firm.Guests:Michael Maloof - Fmr. Security Policy Analyst | Will Ukraine Forgo NATO Ambitions to End Tensions?Scottie Nell Hughes - Anchor, RT America | Groundbreaking Implications of Trump Spying Revelations Mark Frost - Economist | Trump Gets Dumped by Accounting FirmIn the first hour Michael Mafloof joined the show to talk about Ukraine possibly forgoing their ambitions of joining NATO, Britain breaking with the U.S. on claims of Russian invasion due to take place today, and John Durham's latest findings that confirmed Trump was spied on by the Clinton campaign.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Scottie Nell Hughes for a discussion on the revelations from John Durham's Russiagate investigation, which reveals Trump was spied on by his political adversaries during his campaign and while in office. We also talked about mainstream media uncritically paroting White House talking points about Russian military activity.In the third hour Mark Frost joined the conversation to talk about Trump's accounting firm dropping his company as a client and refusing to stand behind their last decade of work. We also talked about skyrocketing inflation in January and if we're in a doomed cycle of technological advancement keeping resources in high demand.

    Trump Vindicated by Russiagate Investigations

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2022 171:29

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about the Biden administration's deceptive campaign to brew paranoia of a Russian invasion, Durham's Russiagate investigations vindicating Trump, and get an FBI insider's take on spying assertions reminiscent of Watergate.Guests:Scott Ritter - Former U.N. Weapons Inspector | Biden Plots to Brew Irrational Fear of RussiaJim Kavanagh - Socialist Columnist | Watergate 2.0? Trump Vindicated by Russiagate InvestigationsColeen Rowley - Former FBI Agent | FBI Insider's Take on ‘Watergate 2.0' Spying RevelationsIn the first hour Scott Ritter joined the show to talk about the Biden administration's deceptive campaign to brew paranoia of a Russian incursion on Ukraine, Germany's subservient status to the U.S. as Biden threatens to shut down Nord Stream 2, and the declassified report that indicts Biden as reckless and irresponsible during the Afghanistan exitIn the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Jim Kavanagh for a discussion on John Durham's investigations into the source of the Russiagate scandal asserting that White House tech insiders were mining data on President Trump. We also talked about mainstream media's refusal to take a critical eye on reports that fit their narrative.In the third hour Coleen Rowley joined the conversation to give an FBI insider's perspective on Durham's findings into the Russiagate hoax and how the Clinton campaign hired operatives to spy on Trump during his campaign and while he was in the White House.

    Declassified Report Slams Biden as Indecisive During Afghanistan Exit

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2022 169:54

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about Ukraine seeking any evidence of a supposed Russian invasion amid hysteria, the declassified report that condemns Biden as indecisive during his Afghanistan exit, and what's really happening inside the Freedom Convoy.Guests:Matthew Ehret - Journalist | Amid Western Delirium, Ukraine Seeks Evidence of Impending Invasion Faran Fronczak - Anchor for RT America | Biden Condemned For Flaky Response on AfghanistanIn the first hour Matthew Ehret joined the show to talk about the increasing hysterics from Western spooks and media surrounding a so-called impending Russian invasion of Ukraine, repeated proxy meetings with Russia about Ukraine by European leaders, and the two nations organizing a prompt one-on-one meeting.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Faran Fronczak for a discussion on the double standard the U.S. abides by in order to ignore Russia's security demands and predictions for how the Russia-Ukraine crisis ends. We also talked about Biden's inability to give a straight answer after a declassified report reveals dangerous indecisiveness by his administration while exiting Afghanistan. In the third hour Jamarl and Austin took a look inside the Ottawa Freedom Convoy from the ground to see if the demonstrations are truly violent and hateful like mainstream media describes, what the consensus from local business owners and citizens is, and took your calls.

    Despite Deaths, States Reopen to Ease Economic Woes Ahead of Midterms

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2022 172:49

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about Americans suffering the consequences of the Fed printing too much money, ethical considerations of dropping mask mandates, and Biden snapping at Lester Holt after asking about his administration's inflation failures.Guests:Mark Frost - Economist | Biden's Big Inflation LieDr. Gene Olinger - Virologist | Ethical Considerations of Dropping Mask MandatesKim Iversen - Host of The Kim Iversen Show | Biden Snaps At Lester Holt Over Inflation QuestionIn the first hour Mark Frost joined the show to talk about how Americans are suffering the consequences of the Federal Reserve overstimulating the economy, Biden touting his ‘transitory inflation' lie, and how inflation hurts the poor the most.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Dr. Gene Olinger for a discussion on America lacking bipartisan leadership through the pandemic, if mask mandates are the right tool to combat skyrocketing deaths, and a new study out of the UK about immunity from vaccines.In the third hour Kim Iversen joined the conversation to talk about Joe Biden snapping at Lester Holt as his administration is getting flak for it's handling of inflation. We also debated the effectiveness of mask policies and if now is the right time to drop them.

    Democratic Govs. Look to Take Credit for Ending Pandemic

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2022 171:26

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about German leader Olaf Scholz's mousy demeanor at his presser with Biden, a fossilized Mitch McConnell breaking with his party over Jan. 6th, and Democratic governors attempting to take credit for ending the pandemic.Guests:Mark Sleboda - International Security Analyst | Olaf Scholz Slammed for Appearing Weak on RussiaTyler Nixon - Counselor-at-Law | A Fossilized Mitch McConnell Needs to Move OverMichael Goodwin - Columnist for NYPost | Democratic Govs. Look to Take Credit for Ending PandemicIn the first hour Mark Sleboda joined the show to talk about German leader Olaf Scholz's mousy demeanor at his presser with Biden and the consequences Russia warns of if NATO continues to ignore it's security demands. We also talked about Biden's broken promise to end the war in Yemen as violence continues to escalate.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Tyler Nixon for a discussion on Mitch McConnell rebuking his own party on Jan. 6th, calling the day a “violent insurrection” and if it's a sign that the GOP has outgrown the senator with 37 years in office under his belt.In the third hour Michael Goodwin joined the conversation to talk about Chris Cuomo suing his former employer for $60 million as brother Andrew reportedly gears up for a doomed political comeback. We also talked about Democratic governors lifting mask mandates as a response to public backlash rather than a change in science.

    Truckers Refuse to Back Down to Trudeau's Rhetoric

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2022 171:45

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about Germany's Olaf Scholz getting slammed for appearing weak on shutting down gas pipelines, truckers in Canada refusing to back down to their PM, and if modern monetary theory could be the economy's saving grace.Guests:Peter Oliver - Correspondent for RT | Germany's Olaf Scholz Gets Dragged to WashingtonScottie Nell Hughes - Anchor for RT America | Truckers Refuse to Back Down to Trudeau's RhetoricSteve Grumbine - Social Justice Activist | Could Modern Monetary Theory Halt the Pandemic?In the first hour Peter Oliver joined the show to talk about Biden touting a shutdown of Nord Stream 2 if Russia invades Ukraine, seemingly at the dismay of Germany's Olaf Scholz, who's now being portrayed as weak by German media. We also talked about the lack of infrastructure required to replace the energy that Russia provides and if Germany would be shooting themselves in the foot by shutting down the pipeline.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Scottie Nell Hughes for a discussion on the Freedom Convoy and how Justin Trudeau's repeated accusations of racism and violence at the protests isn't working. We also talked about Biden taking $30 million from COVID funds to give money to safe injection sites that give out free crack pipes among other drug paraphernalia. In the third hour Steve Grumbine joined the conversation to talk about what modern monetary theory is and how long an economy can survive where the government prints money on demand and relies on workers to produce goods and services.

    A ‘Vindicated' Andrew Cuomo Rumored for Political Comeback

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2022 169:03

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about JCPOA talks restarting in Vienna after the U.S. waived sanctions on Iran, rumors of disgraced former Gov. Andrew Cuomo gearing up for a comeback, and if Joe Biden is really as pro-union as he claims to be.Guests:Raffaele Mauriello - Geopolitical Analyst | Biden Waives Sanctions on Iran Ahead of JPCOA Talks, Is It Enough?Ted Rall - Political Cartoonist | A ‘Vindicated' Andrew Cuomo Rumored for Political ComebackJohn Logan - Professor and Labor Expert | Biden ‘Fights for Workers' w/ Ineffective Union Taskforce In the first hour Raffaele Mauriello joined the show to talk about the Iranian perspective on renewed JCPOA negotiations as delegates head back to Vienna to resume an eighth round of talks. We also talked about what Biden is trying to communicate by waiving sanctions on Iran and what the timeline for negotiations will be.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Ted Rall for a discussion about rumors of disgraced former Gov. Andrew Cuomo gearing up for a political comeback after charges of sexual misconduct were dropped. We also talked about the disconnect between Biden's pro-union messaging compared to what actions he's taking. In the third hour John Logan joined the conversation to talk about why Joe Biden would create a so-called workers' taskforce to provide pro-union recommendations instead of backing substantive pro-union legislation. We also talked about Biden's past and if he can really claim to be the most pro-union president.

    Joe Rogan Smear Campaign in Full Force

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2022 170:56

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about bad news for cable news lefties as their fallen hero Michael Avenatti was convicted of another felony, the concerted cancellation campaign against Joe Rogan, and peaceful Freedom Convoy protests being slandered as violent.Guests:Faran Fronczak - Anchor for RT America | Joe Rogan Smear Campaign in Full ForceLincoln Jay - Journalist for Rebel News | Canada Looks to Prosecute Freedom Convoy Protestors In the first hour Jamarl and Austin talked about cable news liberals' fallen hero Michael Avenatti getting convicted again, Joe Rogan apologizing for repeating racial epithets on his podcast, and took your calls.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Faran Fronczak for a discussion on efforts by France to defuse the international standoff between Russia and NATO, State Dept. spox Ned Price flailing when asked to provide evidence of supposed plans for a Russian false flag attack, and the concerted cancellation campaign against Joe Rogan.In the third hour Lincoln Jay joined the conversation to talk about what he's seeing on the ground at the Ottawa Freedom Convoy protests and if the demonstrations are truly violent like mainstream media describes. We also predicted how PM Justin Trudeau will respond after leaving the capitol for two weeks due to coming down with COVID.

    State Dept. Grilled on Russian False Flag: "Where's The Evidence?"

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2022 172:28

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about the State Dept. spokesman getting roasted over failing to provide evidence that Russia is planning a false flag op, what standard procedure is when reporting classified info, and if vaccinating young children is worth it.Guests:Mark Sleboda - International Security Analyst | New Age of McCarthyism as U.S. Fearmongers Over Russian and Chinese UnityJohn Kiriakou - Former CIA Officer | State Dept. Can't Prove Russia False Flag Claim, What's Standard Practice?Dr. Mikhail Kogan - Physician | Vaccinating Children Under 5: A Regulatory GambleIn the first hour Mark Sleboda joined the show to talk about the fiery exchange between State Dept. spokesman Ned Price and AP writer Matt Lee, Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping warming up to each other in the face of Olympic boycotts and NATO pressure, and the rise of a second era of McCarthyism. In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by John Kiriakou to discuss what standard procedure is when reporting and sharing confidential information, the U.S. working with Israel to obtain notoriously powerful spyware software, and why Idlib has been such a hot target for U.S. commandos.In the third hour Dr. Mikhail Kogan joined the conversation to talk about whether marijuana and its compounds could effectively treat COVID-19. We also talked about how COVID vaccines affect women's menstrual cycles and if the benefits of vaccinating children under 5-years-old outweigh the potential side effects.

    U.S. Walks Back Claims of 'Imminent' Russian Invasion

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2022 161:11

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about RT's German channel getting banned in Germany, what the SWIFT is and how the U.S. can strong arm the international system to sanction foreign countries, and CNN top dog Jeff Zucker resigning over a workplace relationship.Guests:Peter Oliver - Correspondent for RT | RT Germany Banned by German RegulatorsMark Frost - Economist | Should U.S. Strongarm SWIFT to Sanction Russia?Daniel Lazare - Independent Journalist | Zucker Resigns from CNN… Workplace Privacy Issue?In the first hour Peter Oliver joined the show to talk about RT's German-language channel getting banned by regulators in Germany, gives his take on Austrian police obtaining power to ask for vaccination cards and issue fines to citizens lacking one, and discuss why Biden is deploying thousands of troops in Europe even after he pledged to not get into a shooting war with Russia.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Mark Frost for an explanation on what the SWIFT financial system is and how the U.S. can strong arm the interbanking company to impose sanctions on foreign countries. We also talked about how embargoes are considered an act of war and why Biden would take this stance on Russia.In the third hour Daniel Lazare joined the conversation to talk about questions surrounding Jeff Zucker's resignation from CNN and how Daniel sees it as an issue of workplace privacy. We also talked about Andrew Cuomo getting charges of sexual harrassment dropped due to lack of evidence and the U.S. reaching the milestone of $30 trillion in national debt.

    Why Did Joe Rogan Bow Down to Woke Censorship Mob?

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2022 172:56

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about why Putin sees NATO expansion as a security threat and how sanctions against Russia could backfire, Joe Rogan's battle against the woke censorship mob, and what prison reform could look like after COVID. Guests:Scott Ritter - Former U.N. Weapons Inspector | How Biden Fell Into Putin's Ukraine TrapScottie Nell Hughes - Anchor for RT America | Why Did Joe Rogan Bow Down to Woke Censorship Mob?Paul Wright - Editor, Prison Legal News | What Prison Reform Could Look Like After COVIDIn the first hour Scott Ritter joined the show to talk about why Russia sees NATO as a national security threat, how Joe Biden keeps falling into Putin's trap on Ukraine, if the global economy could survive if Russia got cut off from the SWIFT banking system, and the consequences of Qatar being designated as a major non-NATO ally to the U.S.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Scottie Nell Hughes for a discussion on the U.S. arming Ukraine in preparation for war and where Putin's concerns lie, Whoopi Goldberg's shortsighted reframing of the Holocaust, and Joe Rogan's battle against the woke mob looking to get him deplatformed.In the third hour Paul Wright joined the conversation to talk about the federal prison system being placed on lockdown after 2 prisoners died in an altercation in Texas. We also talked about prison conditions worsening under the pandemic and whether prison reform is in reach.

    U.S. and Russia Clash at U.N. with Cold War Era Remarks

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2022 172:19

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about Biden's possibility of hitting a roadblock while the Senate votes for the next Supreme Court justice, the U.S. sending words of war to Russia at the U.N., and NYC sending mixed signals on what it means to be tough on crime.Guests:Ted Rall - Political Cartoonist | Biden's SCOTUS Nomination Balances on Knife's EdgeMichael Maloof - Former Security Analyst | U.S. and Russia Clash at U.N. with Cold War Era RemarksMichael Goodwin - Columnist, NYPost | NYC Sending Mixed Signals on What 'Tough on Crime' Really MeansIn the first hour Ted Rall joined the show to talk about Donald Trump's odds of getting another GOP nomination, Democrats prospects of getting a SCOTUS nominee confirmed, and Atlanta-area prosecutor Fani Willis seeking FBI protection after 'alarming' remarks by Trump at a rally in Texas.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Michael Maloof for a discussion on the aggressive rhetoric from the U.S. to Russia at the U.N. after Ukraine implored Washington to tone down the hysterics surrounding a so-called imminent attack from Moscow. In the third hour Michael Goodwin joined the conversation to talk about how public policy will evolve as COVID-19 turns into an endemic disease. We also talked about NYC's newly elected District Attorney and Mayor taking opposing stances for what being 'tough on crime' means.

    Trump's First Campaign Promise: Pardoning Jan. 6th Rioters

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2022 171:13

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about the U.S. warmongering over Russia's supposed plans to invade Ukraine, Trump's would-be first campaign promise to offer pardons to select Jan. 6th rioters, and the anti-COVID mandate protests taking Canada by storm.Guests:Matthew Ehret - Author & Journalist | U.S. Warmongering Over Supposed Russian Invasion Against Ukraine's Best InterestsFaran Fronczak - Anchor for RT America | Trump's First Campaign Promise: Pardoning Jan. 6th RiotersMocha Bezirgan - Videographer for Rebel News | 'Fringe Minority' Floods Canada's Capital to Protest COVID MandatesIn the first hour Matthew Ehret joined the show to talk about why the U.S. is spreading panic by claiming that a Russian invasion of Ukraine is imminent despite Ukraine repeatedly denying this, why NATO has continued expanding when their initial mission statement is of no consequence in today's world, and talk about the shortlist of who the U.S. will sanction in the event of an invasion.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Faran Fronczak for a discussion on Trump's promise to pardon Jan. 6th rioters, what a 2024 rematch between Joe Biden and Donald Trump would look like, and Biden nominating the same lawyer Chevron hired to prosecute Steven Donzinger as a federal judge.In the third hour Mocha Bezirgan joined the conversation to talk about the so-called Freedom Convoy that arrived in Canada's capital this weekend as truckers call for an end to all COVID-19 related mandates. We also talked about how protestors feel about surging Omicron cases, mask mandates, and more.

    Adiós, Krysten Sinema! What Accountability Looks Like

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2022 173:28

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about Latino activists organizing a primary challenge against Sen. Sinema, how the CIA took revenge on it's own for bringing a discrimination lawsuit forward, and the U.S. pulling out all the stops to persuade Russia to back down.Guests:Peter Coffin - Video Essayist, Author | Adiós, Krysten Sinema! What Accountability Looks LikeJeffrey Sterling - CIA Whistleblower | How the CIA Took Revenge After Racial Discrimination RevealedK.J Noh - Independent Journalist | U.S. Urges China to Act on Russia Despite TensionsIn the first hour Peter Coffin joined the show to talk about Latino activists in Arizona organizing a primary challenge against Krysten Sinema after she voted against her party on key voting rights legislation. We also talked about predictions for Biden's Supreme Court nominee as Republicans look to make it a blood bath.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Jeffrey Sterling to tell his story about his time at the CIA where he was racially discriminated against by his superiors, repeatedly handicapped from doing his job effectively, and then falsely convicted him under the Espionage Act as retaliation for his discrimination lawsuit against the agency.In the third hour K.J Noh joined the conversation to talk about the U.S. urging China to use it's influence to persuade Russia to actively seek a diplomatic solution in the Ukraine standoff despite the strained relationship between Beijing and Washington. We also talked about North Korea resuming it's missile testing program and what the path forward for easing tensions will look lik

    Tokenism or Progress? Black Woman to Fill SCOTUS Seat, Biden Promises

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2022 169:20

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about the U.S. delivering a written response to Russia's security demands, Biden's politically confusing promise to get a Black woman in the Supreme Court, and risk factors for developing long-haul Covid.Guests:Mark Sleboda - International Security Analyst | How Does Russia Move Forward After U.S. Rejected Security Guarantees?Daniel Lazare - Independent Journalist | Tokenism or Progress? Biden Promises to Put Black Woman in SCOTUSDr. Gene Olinger - Virologist | Delta Variant Accident in Taiwan, Did the Same Happen in Wuhan?In the first hour Mark Sleboda joined the show to talk about the U.S. delivering a formal written response to Russia's security demands, Ukraine's fear that U.S. saber rattling could cause unjust panic, and what Russia's options are militarily if diplomacy fails.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Daniel Lazare for a discussion on Biden's politically ineffective promise to push a Black woman into the Supreme Court, debated if affirmative action is actually an effective tool to fight racism, and talked about Republicans' foiled plan to overturn the 2020 election.In the third hour Dr. Gene Olinger joined the conversation to talk about a lab leak of the Delta variant in Taiwan that infected over 100 people and how these outbreaks happen. We also talked about four distinct risk factors for developing long-haul Covid and why the FDA ceased the use of monoclonal antibody treatments for Omicron.

    Biden Gets His Bluff Called, Admits the U.S. Will Not Deploy Troops in Ukraine

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 172:57

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about a four-way meeting to be held in Paris between France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine, debated affirmative action as the issue reaches the Supreme Court, and discussed the coup in Burkina Faso and protesters' demands. Guests:Peter Oliver - Correspondent for RT | Normandy Four Meetings Open Dialogue Between Russia and UkraineScottie Nell Hughes - Anchor for RT America | Affirmative Action, Class Issue or Race Issue?Abayomi Azikiwe - Editor, Pan-African News Wire | Protestors Turn to Russia After Coup in Burkina FasoIn the first hour Peter Oliver joined the show to talk about the Normandy-format meetings between France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine being held in Paris today. We also talked about the animosity between the UK and Germany as London stokes their allies to take a more aggressive stance on Russia.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Scottie Nell Hughes for a debate on affirmative action, including if diversity for the sake of diversity is truly valuable, if race is the primary factor, and more. We also talked about what hope Biden has for the midterms, and predictions about the 2024 GOP ticket.In the third hour Abayomi Azikiwe joined the conversation to talk about the coup that took place in Burkina Faso and how it could raise tensions in Europe as protestors rebuke France's neo-colonial rule and call for Russian troops to intervene.

    A Right Wing SCOTUS Wastes No Time Implementing a Conservative Agenda

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 173:24

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about Biden posturing as a force to be reckoned with in Europe and if that's actually true, NYC Mayor Eric Adams rolling out a new plan to combat crime, and Biden's failure to fight for the middle class as inflation skyrockets.Guests:Scott Ritter - Former U.N. Weapons Inspector | Biden Postures As Force To Be Reckoned With, Is It True?Ted Rall - Political Cartoonist | NYC Mayor Rolls Out Much Needed Crime PlanMark Frost - Economist | Biden's Handling of Inflation ‘Gross Incompetence'In the first hour Scott Ritter joined the show to talk about how big of a difference 50,000 troops would make in a conflict with Russia, and if the U.S. even has the resources to deploy them. We also talked about how Biden is manufacturing a false perception of strength that will likely end in the same embarrassment he suffered from the Afghanistan withdrawal.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Ted Rall for a discussion on NYC's increasing crime problem that Ted says began with COVID-19 lockdowns, and looked at what Mayor Adams' options are for easing the spike. We also talked about Democrats suffering a double digit drop in approval ratings as a symptom of poor handling of COVID, inflation, and crime.In the third hour Mark Frost joined the conversation to talk about the true nature of inflation's grip on the economy when it comes to the stock market and interest rates. We also talked about the gross incompetence from Biden's admininstration as they allow economic issues to fester and drive further crime.

    Joe Biden's "Reset" Must Start With Firing Anthony Fauci

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 171:43

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about RT and Sputnik being declared ‘propaganda' by the State Dept., increasing tensions in Europe as the U.S. and Russia appear to prepare for war, and the decision that allows Julian Assange to continue his bid for freedom.Guests:Faran Fronczak - Anchor for RT America | State Dept. Calls RT and Sputnik ‘Propaganda,' It's Audience ImbecilesPeter Oliver - Correspondent for RT | A Bumpy Road Ahead for Diplomacy in EuropeMisty Winston - #FreeAssange Activist | Julian Assange Permitted to Continue Legal Battle for FreedomIn the first hour Jamarl and Austin talked about today's top stories, how Biden needs a major change in personnel if he truly wants a ‘reset,' and debate the ethics of abortion as March to Life protests wrap up in DC.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Faran Fronczak for a discussion on the State Department's report that calls RT and Sputnik ‘propaganda,' if firing Anthony Fauci is exactly what Biden needs to ‘reset' his presidency, and the politics of Roe v. Wade.In the third hour Peter Oliver joined the conversation to talk about the latest news from Europe, including a senior German Navy official being forced to resign after making comments on Putin, the U.S. evacuating their embassy in Ukraine, and more. We also talked to Misty Winston about the recent decision out of the UK that allows embattled Wikileaks founder and journalist Julian Assange to make an appeal to the Supreme Court in a bid to avoid extradition to the U.S.

    A Bewildered Blinken Adopts New Conciliatory Tone on Russia

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 173:44

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about the aftermath of negotiations between the U.S. and Russia, the cost of COVID-19 lockdowns to the economy, and talked about various stories out of the CIA, including what the real cause of ‘Havana Syndrome' might be.Guests:Scott Ritter - Former U.N. Weapons Inspector | A Bewildered Blinken Adopts New Conciliatory Tone on RussiaMark Frost - Economist | What's the Real Cost of COVID-19 Lockdowns?John Kiriakou - Former CIA Officer | CIA Training Paramilitary Troops in Case of Ukraine InvasionIn the first hour Scott Ritter joined the show to talk about a rare moment of truth from Biden's press conference where he admitted that the U.S. does not have the resources to punish a minor incursion on Ukrainian soil by Russia. We also listened in to Blinken speaking after his meeting with Lavrov that drove further confusion about what the U.S. stance is on Russia.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Mark Frost for a discussion on if the economic cost of COVID-19 restrictions was worth it considering that despite lockdowns over 850,000 people have died from the virus, debated what the real price of a human life is, and cast doubt on the new job numbers that Biden has been touting.In the third hour John Kiriakou joined the conversation to talk about how the CIA is using paramilitary tactics in training special ops forces to fight in Ukraine, how Blinken is punching above his weight in negotiations with Lavrov, and what the real cause of ‘Havana syndrome' might be.

    A Bewildered Blinken Adopts New Conciliatory Tone on Russia

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 170:01

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about the aftermath of negotiations between the U.S. and Russia, the cost of COVID-19 lockdowns to the economy, and talked about various stories out of the CIA, including what the real cause of ‘Havana Syndrome' might be.Guests:Scott Ritter - Former U.N. Weapons Inspector | A Bewildered Blinken Adopts New Conciliatory Tone on RussiaMark Frost - Economist | What's the Real Cost of COVID-19 Lockdowns?John Kiriakou - Former CIA Officer | CIA Training Paramilitary Troops in Case of Ukraine InvasionIn the first hour Scott Ritter joined the show to talk about a rare moment of truth from Biden's press conference where he admitted that the U.S. does not have the resources to punish a minor incursion on Ukrainian soil by Russia. We also listened in to Blinken speaking after his meeting with Lavrov that drove further confusion about what the U.S. stance is on Russia.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Mark Frost for a discussion on if the economic cost of COVID-19 restrictions was worth it considering that despite lockdowns over 850,000 people have died from the virus, debated what the real price of a human life is, and cast doubt on the new job numbers that Biden has been touting.In the third hour John Kiriakou joined the conversation to talk about how the CIA is using paramilitary tactics in training special ops forces to fight in Ukraine, how Blinken is punching above his weight in negotiations with Lavrov, and what the real cause of ‘Havana syndrome' might be.

    Trump, King of the GOP, Already Wrestling DeSantis for 2024 Nomination

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 157:34

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about Russia preparing for the worst ahead of talks with the U.S., Trump wrestling with Florida's DeSantis for the 2024 nomination, and talk tech as the airline industry urges the tech sphere to put the brakes on the 5G rollout.Guests:Mark Sleboda - International Security Analyst | Russia Prepares for the Worst Ahead of Talks With U.S.Ted Rall - Political Cartoonist | Trump, King of the GOP, Already Wrestling DeSantis for 2024 NominationKendrick Jackson - Tech Analyst | Big Tech Squares Off With Airline Industry Over 5G RolloutIn the first hour Mark Sleboda joined the show to talk about Ukraine's former president Petro Poroshenko returning home to face treason charges after he ended his term with plummeting approval ratings. We also talked about U.S. Sec. of State Blinken and his Russian counterpart Lavrov meeting again as Russia evacuates their embassy in Ukraine, likely preparing for the worst.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Ted Rall for a discussion on Trump and DeSantis butting heads as they both eye the same 2024 presidential ticket and we debate the merits of each candidate. We also talked about Biden's first press conference of the year, marketed as a ‘reset' for Democrats trying to get legislation passed amid declining popularity.In the third hour Kendrick Jackson joined the conversation to talk about if it's possible for 5G to rollout safely despite pushback from the airlines industry, U.S. Olympic athletes being told to leave their phones and computers at home for fear of Chinese hacking, and Microsoft's massive acquisition of video game giant Activision.

    As MLK Day Passes, Still No Movement on Voting Rights Bill

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 173:04

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about the rifts between Europe and Russia, Ghislaine Maxwell giving up her legal fight to keep the names of multiple ‘John Does' hidden, and inflation being used to force Americans back to work amid record resignations. Guests:Peter Oliver - Correspondent for RT | Biden Prepping for War with Russia as 2024 Campaign Issue?Faran Fronczac - Anchor for RT America | Ghislaine Maxwell Gives Up Fight to Keep Eight ‘John Does' SecretMark Frost - Economist | What's the Actual Cost of Inflation?In the first hour Peter Oliver joined the show to talk about current rifts between Europe and Russia after weeklong talks between the two concluded without any notable progress, but discussions will likely be ongoing. We also talked about the interesting position Russia is in as the primary energy provider to Europe, giving them the upper hand if talks fail and the situation goes awry.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Faran Fronczak for a discussion on Ghislaine Maxwell giving up her fight to not disclose the names of 8 ‘John Does,' Democrats calling for a so-called ‘reset' ahead of midterm elections, and if Biden is eyeing war with Russia as a way to save his drowning presidency.In the third hour Mark Frost joined the conversation to talk about the shocking lack of preparedness from D.C. that left hundreds stranded on interstates from winter storms, and what the cost of fixing that infrastructure would be. We also talked about what the ‘true' inflation number is, and if inflation is being used as a way to force Americans back to work amid record resignations.

    Emails Show That Politics Outweighed Science in Dismissing ‘Lab Leak' Theory

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 172:58

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about the U.S. making a mockery of so-called ‘rules based orders,' a memoriam of Biden's presidency as just a third of Americans like the job he's doing, and emails that show Fauci dismissing lab leak theories based on politics.Guests:K.J. Noh - International Journalist | Myanmar's Military Rulers Throwing Anything That Sticks to Ousted Democracy IconDaniel Lazare - Independent Journalist | Is There Any Justification for Biden Failing This Big?Dr. Gene Olinger - Virologist | Emails Show That Politics Outweighed Science in Dismissing ‘Lab Leak' TheoryIn the first hour K.J. Noh joined the show to talk about ousted Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi being held on a variety of bogus charges that continue to reign in from Myanmar's military rule. We also talked about Noh's recent article describing the U.S. making a mockery of so-called ‘rules based orders' that they violate without regard.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Daniel Lazare for a discussion on Biden's abysmal approval rating as he admits that it's unlikely he'll get anything of significance passed this year, if Biden truly had good intentions going into this administration, and talk about rumors of a Biden-Cheney 2024 ticket.In the third hour Dr. Gene Olinger joined the conversation to talk about emails that reveal, in Dr. Olinger's estimation, that politics outweighed science in Fauci dismissing the ‘lab leak' theory, even as credible scientists believed that it was overall the more likely source of the virus.

    Biden Administration ‘Gaslighting' Americans On Inflation

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 172:29

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about Russia hitting a dead end in NATO talks, Biden's newfound energy for filibuster reform, the White House gaslighting Americans on inflation, and the only person who seems immune from scrutiny of the Jan. 6th committee.Guests:William Dunkerley - Author, International Analyst | Russia Hits Dead End in U.S. and NATO TalksJim Kavanagh - Socialist Columnist | Biden Jacked Up for Politically Counterproductive Filibuster ReformMark Frost - Economist | Biden Administration ‘Gaslighting' Americans On InflationMiranda Devine - Author of ‘Laptop From Hell' | Ray Epps: The Only Person the Jan. 6th Committee Doesn't Care AboutIn the first hour William Dunkerley joined the show to talk about Russia's expectations from talks with the U.S. and NATO and what consequences would be if talks break down, and what it would look like if Russia is put in a position of having to defend itself. In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Jim Kavanagh for a discussion on Biden's contrived energy campaigning for filibuster reform as his administration lacks a better bill to pass before midterm elections. We were also joined by Mark Frost to talk about inflation reaching a 40-year high and what Frost calls a ‘gaslighting' of the American public by the White House with false and misleading information about inflation.In the third hour Miranda Devine joined the conversation to talk about why Ray Epps has been seemingly immune from scrutiny of the Jan. 6th committee and the FBI, and Anthony Fauci eating crow after it was revealed the NIH worked with a non-profit to sidestep gain-of-function restrictions.

    Too Little, Too Late as Biden Tries to Squeeze in Filibuster Changes Before Midterms

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 172:21

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Austin Pelli talk about Russia facing a point of no return if NATO continues expanding, the Democrats' confusing move setting an arbitrary deadline that will almost certainly be missed, and the FBI evading questions about informants on Jan. 6th.Guests:Scott Ritter - Former U.N. Weapons Inspector | Ritter: Point of No Return in NATO ExpansionsTed Rall - Political Cartoonist | Democrats Commiting Political Suicide with Arbitrary MLK Day DeadlineColeen Rowley - Former FBI Agent | Why is the FBI Evading Questions About Informants Operating on Jan. 6th?In the first hour Scott Ritter joined the show to talk about how the U.S. created a nightmare for themselves by choosing to get into a conflict with Russia over aggressive NATO expansions that Ritter says leaves Russia no option but to defend themselves.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Ted Rall for a discussion on the puzzling motives of Biden backing filibuster rule changes the very same year his party is due to lose the majority in the Senate and Schumer's arbitrary deadline to pass voting rights legislation. We also talked about stories out of NYC including Mayor Eric Adams' insensitive comments about the Bronx fire, Adams hiring his brother as deputy NYPD commissioner, and more.In the third hour Coleen Rowley joined the conversation to talk about what the FBI standard policy is when asked about informants after Ted Cruz grilled an FBI official over if there were any FBI agents operating on Jan. 6th, and why the Jan. 6th committee hid testimony until now from suspected agent provocateur Ray Epps.

    What's Left For Biden's Agenda After Broken Promises and BBB Failure?

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 170:55

    On this episode of Fault Lines, host Jamarl Thomas talked about what went wrong with Biden's agenda as he failed to get anything of significance passed, Jen Psaki going on the defense again after Kamala compared Jan. 6th to 9/11, and what the geopolitical consequences of Kazakhstani riots will be.Guests:Joel Segal - Former Congressional Staffer | What's Left For Biden's Agenda After Broken Promises and BBB Failure?Faran Fronczak - Anchor for RT America | Trump Era Proved Mainstream Media as LiarsMichael Maloof - Former Security Policy Analyst | Geopolitical Consequences of Kazakhstan RiotsIn the first hour Joel Segal joined the show to talk about Biden's comments proclaiming a ‘pandemic of the unvaccinated' as many jabbed people are catching and spreading COVID-19. We also talked about what went wrong with Biden's agenda as both Build Back Better and filibuster rule changes both appear dead in the water.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Faran Fronczak for a general discussion on what's really going on inside Kazakhstan, Jen Psaki attempting to defend Kamala's shortsighted Jan. 6th comments, and the veil being pulled back on mainstream media misinformation after they took so many weak shots at Trump and refuse to do the same for Biden despite his floundering presidency.In the third hour Michael Maloof joined the conversation for a deep dive into the chaos that broke out in Kazakhstan and the perfect storm that occurred for violent insurgents to co-opt initially peaceful protests over fuel pricing skyrocketing, and what the geopolitical consequences of this will look like.

    Roger Stone on a Biased FBI & Courts Using Modern Day Lynching Tactics

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 172:57

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about Kamala Harris' latest blunder as she compares Jan. 6th to Pearl Harbor and 9/11, what her motivations were behind doing so, and talked to Roger Stone about the FBI, Jan. 6th, and claims of fraud in the 2020 elections.Guests:Manila Chan - Anchor for RT America | What The Hell Was Kamala Thinking This Time?Roger Stone - Political Operative | FBI and Courts Using Modern Day Lynching TacticsTyler Nixon - Legal Counsel to Roger Stone | FBI and Courts Using Modern Day Lynching TacticsIn the first hour Jamarl and Shane talked about today's top stories, Kamala Harris' ridiculous statement comparing Jan. 6th riots to Pearl Harbor and 9/11, and took your calls.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Manila Chan for a discussion about what Kamala Harris' motivations were when she compared Jan. 6th riots to two foreign attacks that were the catalyst for international wars, killing millions. Also, a look at escalating chaos in Kazakhstan as it's leader tells police to shoot without warning.In the third hour Roger Stone and legal counsel Tyler Nixon joined the conversation to talk about the FBI using dirty intimidation tactics by way of unjustified raids and leaking to the media, the setback that the right faced from Jan. 6th riots, and tackle claims of fraud in the 2020 election.

    As Biden Lectures D.C. on Jan. 6th, His Popularity Plummets

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 172:54

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about Iran vowing revenge on the U.S. for the assassination of their military leader, Biden holding Jan. 6th memorials as his popularity plummets, and get the full scoop on why Kazakhstan finds itself in chaos.Guests:Scott Ritter - Former U.N. Weapons Inspector | Iran Vows Revenge if Trump and Pompeo Aren't ProsecutedMisty Winston - Activist and Analyst | As Biden Lectures D.C. on Jan. 6th, His Popularity PlummetsMichelle Witte - Host of Political Misfits | Social Context of Kazakhstani RiotsMark Sleboda - International Security Analyst | Initially Peaceful Protests in Kazakhstan Hijacked by Shady MilitantsIn the first hour Scott Ritter joined the show to talk about how the U.S. fabricated a so-called imminent attack from Iran to justify assassinating their military leader Soleimani, as Iran calls for Trump and former Sec. of State Pompeo to be prosecuted for the killing.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Misty Winston for a general discussion on domestic politics as Biden's approval ratings fell to new low on the memorial of January 6th. We were also joined by Michelle Witte to talk about the chaos in Kazakhstan as a violent uprising triggered by public unrest over inflation and soaring gas prices takes place.In the third hour Mark Sleboda joined the conversation for a foreign policy analysis on the unexpected violent uprising in Kazakhstan, typically thought of as a stable and well off country, after initially peaceful protests were infiltrated by shady and violent individuals as an attempt to take power

    Shocking Disconnect Between Public and Private Messaging by Trump Allies on Jan. 6th

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 171:28

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about what Sean Hannity really knew about January 6th, the U.S. reaching the grim milestone of one million new COVID-19 cases in 24 hours, and leftist ‘BreadTubers' being recruited to astroturf on behalf of creepy NGOs.Guests:Dr. Gene Olinger - Virologist | U.S. Hits One Million New COVID-19 Cases in 24 HoursPeter Coffin - Video Essayist, Author | Leftist ‘BreadTubers' Accused of Astroturfing After Being Recruited by Creepy NGOsIn the first hour Jamarl and Shane talk about what Sean Hannity and other Trump allies really knew about January 6th and why they privately voiced concerns but publicly defended the protests.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Dr. Gene Olinger for a discussion on the U.S. reaching a new all-time high of one million COVID-19 cases in 24 hours and how public policy will evolve as COVID-19 transitions from a pandemic to an endemic disease.In the third hour Peter Coffin joined the conversation to talk about BreadTube, a loosely formed group of socialists, communists, and other leftists that was recently revealed to have some members backed by creepy non-governmental organizations to push back on COVID skepticism.

    FLASHBACK: Sen. Schumer Warns of ‘Banana Republic' If Filibusters Are Eliminated

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 170:37

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about Russia's' uncomfortable position of drawing red lines on rapid NATO expansions, the upcoming anniversary of January 6th, and Chuck Schumer changing his position on filibusters at the worst possible time.Guests:Mark Sleboda - International Analyst | Putin: “Nowhere to Retreat” from Rapid NATO ExpansionsTyler Nixon - Legal Counsel to Roger Stone | January 6th and Politically Weaponizing Law EnforcementTed Rall - Political Cartoonist | FLASHBACK: Sen. Schumer Warns of ‘Banana Republic' If Filibusters Are EliminatedIn the first hour Mark Sleboda joined the show to talk about Putin's goal to win over Ukrainians peacefully rather than going to war as rapid NATO expansions continue to pose a security threat to Russia.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Tyler Nixon for a discussion on the upcoming anniversary of the January 6th riots and what he describes as the danger of partisan leaders putting law enforcement in a stand-off position against protesters.In the third hour Ted Rall joined the conversation to question Chuck Schumer reversing his position on Senate filibuster rules after warning of becoming a ‘banana republic' in 2005… the same year that his party is poised to become the minority.

    Democrats Attempt to Memorialize Jan. 6th... Will It Work?

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 172:41

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about the increasing social divide driven by partisan politics, Ghislaine Maxwell's conviction and what comes next, and the changing tone in mainstream media as leaders struggle to contain COVID-19 spread.Guests:Faran Fronczak - Anchor for RT America | Just the Tip of the Iceberg in Ghislaine Maxwell Case?Dr. Mikhail Kogan - Medical Doctor | Narrative Shift as Leaders Struggle to Contain OmicronIn the first hour Jamarl and Shane talked about today's biggest stories, the increasing social divide driven by partisan politics, and took your calls.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Faran Fronczak for a discussion on the biggest stories of 2021, including latest tensions between Russia and Ukraine, Ghislaine Maxwell's conviction for involvement in Epstein's child sex ring, and January 6th commemorations. In the third hour Dr. Mikhail Kogan joined the conversation to talk about the decision schools face in whether or not to reopen in face of the highly contagious Omicron variant and the narrative shift as it's revealed many COVID hospitalizations in children are incidental.

    Biden's Done. What Could Have His Presidency Been?

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 173:04

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about the dire situation in post-war Afghanistan, Joe Manchin revealing why he really dropped BBB, and reflect on another year of Biden's presidency and what he could have accomplished.Guests:Mark Sleboda - International Relations Analyst | Afghanistan in Shambles; Militias Mobilizing in LibyaJim Kavanagh - Socialist Columnist | Manchin Reveals ‘Real' Reason He Rejected BBBPeter Coffin - Video Essayist | Biden's Done. What Could Have His Presidency Been?In the first hour Mark Sleboda joined the show to talk about the situation in Afghanistan after the hurried U.S. exit left the economy in shambles and starvation running rampant. We also discussed escalating tensions in Libya as armed groups mobilize ahead of elections being held.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Jim Kavanagh for a discussion on Joe Manchin admitting the ‘real' reason he's rejecting Biden's trademark social spending bill, and how Biden should have negotiated differently.In the third hour Peter Coffin joined the conversation to talk about President Biden losing power as BBB gets buried, a year-in-review of his agenda, and what things could have looked like.

    Manchin Humiliates Democrats, Will They Learn Their Lesson?

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 173:02

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about Congressional progressives' misplaced anger at Manchin, what's next for Biden with his agenda officially done for, and what really happened on January 6th.Guests:Ted Rall - Political Cartoonist | What's Next for Biden With BBB Dead and Buried?Tyler Nixon - Legal Counsel to Roger Stone | Still No Investigation Into Suspected FBI Agent Provocateur In the first hour Jamarl and Shane talked about Congressional progressives' apoplectic anger at Joe Manchin and why perhaps they should be more angry with themselves.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Ted Rall to talk about Joe Manchin formally strangling Biden's agenda, whether that signals a party switch for Manchin, and what the president's next move is. In the third hour Tyler Nixon joined the conversation to talk about the latest in the saga of Ray Epps and what really happened at the Capitol on January 6th.

    Kamala Asked Who the ‘Real' President Is As Manchin Kills Biden's Agenda

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 173:53

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about Russia pushing a new NATO agreement, Manchin delivering the final blow to Biden's agenda, the White House's new plan for truck drivers, and if the new Omicron variant should be welcome or feared. Guests:William Dunkerley - Author and Journalist | Putin's Strong Push for Formal NATO AgreementFaran Fronczak - Anchor for RT America | Kamala Asked Who the ‘Real' President Is As Manchin Kills Biden's AgendaStephen Oatley - CEO of Citizen Media Group | Biden's Plan for Truckers Misses the MarkDr. Mikhail Kogan - Physician | White House Warns of ‘Illness and Death' Over ‘Mild' Omicron VariantIn the first hour we talked to William Dunkerley to discuss Russia's new security proposal as a last ditch effort to ease tensions that may be too little and too late after the U.S. called demands ‘unacceptable.'In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Faran Fronczak to talk about Joe Manchin announcing that he's officially done with Biden's trademark Build Back Better legislation and Charlamagne Tha God pressing Kamala over who the ‘real' President is.In the third hour Stephen Oatley joined the conversation for an analysis on Biden's new plan to ease the trucker shortage. We were also joined by Dr. Mikhail Kogan to talk about the Omicron variant and if it's something to be scared of.

    Democrats Pivot to Failing on Filibuster Reform After Failing on BBB

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 170:59

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about Democrats getting increasingly desperate to pass legislation before 2022, Trump slamming former Israel PM Netanyahu, and the state of San Francisco amid skyrocketing crime and homelessness.Guests:Ted Rall - Political Cartoonist | Democrats Pivot to Failing on Filibuster Reform After Failing on BBBKim Iversen - Independent Journalist | San Francisco's Mayor Decries Crime After Slashing Police BudgetIn the first hour Jamarl and Shane talked about today's top stories, San Francisco's mayor looking to get tough on crime, and took your calls.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Ted Rall for a discussion on Trump's 'F--- him!' comment on former Israel PM Netanyahu and Democrats looking for legislation they can pass as it looks like Build Back Better will be delayed to after New Years.In the third hour Kim Iversen joined the conversation to talk about San Francisco's increasing 'smash-and-grab' flash mob robberies as Mayor London Breed launches a crime crackdown after slashing the city's police budget last year.

    Manchin and Sinema Nail Last Stake in Biden's Agenda

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 172:27

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about the latest diplomatic chaos between Germany and Russia, Manchin and Sinema continuing to block Biden's BBB, and private investments to curb immigration from Central America.Guests:Peter Oliver - RT Correspondent | Spies, Murder, and Expelled Diplomats in BerlinJim Kavanagh - Socialist Columnist | Manchin and Sinema Nail Last Stake in Biden's AgendaSusan Pai - Immigration Attorney | Kamala Harris Announces $1.2 Billion in Investments to Stem ImmigrationIn the first hour Peter Oliver joined the show to talk about the latest diplomatic chaos from Moscow and Berlin as two Russian diplomats have been expelled following the sentencing of a Russian man for a murder that courts say was ordered by the Kremlin.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Jim Kavanagh for a discussion on adversaries inside Biden's party becoming emboldened after the President's initial failure to get any legislation passed.In the third hour Susan Pai joined the conversation to talk about private investments in Central America that VP Harris hopes to reduce immigration from the region. We also talked about the Biden administration resuming Trump's 'remain in Mexico' border policy.

    Shocking Texts Reveals Republicans Urging Trump to Call Off Jan. 6th

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 172:36

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about record high inflation numbers, shocking texts from GOP officials and Fox anchors to Mark Meadows, and Putin's and Xi's virtual summit to resist efforts to wedge the two nations apart.Guests:Mark Frost - Economist | Rising Inflation As ‘Silent Tax' on Middle ClassTed Rall - Political Cartoonist | Shocking Texts Reveals Republicans Urging Trump to Call Off Jan. 6thMichelle Witte - Host of Political Misfits | Biden's Chaotic Foreign Policy After ‘Nice Guy' PromiseIn the first hour Fault Lines was joined by Mark Frost to talk about how inflation acts as a silent tax to poor and working class earners and if any relief is laid out in Biden's ‘Build Back Better' plan.In the second hour we were joined by Ted Rall for a discussion on text messages that Ted says proves we live in an opposite world. We also talked about D.C. suing two far right groups, the Proud Boys and the Oathkeepers, for allegedly conspiring to terrorize the city on January 6th.In the third hour Michelle Witte joined the conversation to talk about the first statements coming out from the virtual summit between Russian and Chinese leaders. We also talk about Biden's chaotic foreign policy and compare it to what he promised voters when running against Trump.

    Biden's Approval Reaches New Low as Inflation Skyrockets

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 172:44

    Blackjack10:56 AM (15 minutes ago)to mindia.gavasheli, gabyarancibia91, Cordell, cpyburndc, Shane, Jamarl, m.bondarenko, v.rusakova, meBiden's Approval Reaches New Low as Inflation SkyrocketsOn this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about if China would back Russia on Ukraine, Trump pioneering a new form of social media, and the U.S scheme to drive Russia and China apart.Guests:Danny Haiphong - Author and Columnist | Would China Back Russia in a Ukraine Standoff?Faran Fronczak - Anchor for RT America | Trump Postures for 2024 with New Media PlatformJohn Kiriakou - Former CIA Officer | CIA Assignment to Drive Russia and China ApartIn the first hour Danny Haiphong joined the show to talk about the tightrope China is walking to stay supportive towards Russia while not appearing to interfere or collude with Ukraine as the U.S. threatens sanctions if the former Soviet country is invaded.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined in-studio by Faran Fronczak for a general discussion on domestic politics, Trump's new social media platform, and more.On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about if China would back Russia on Ukraine, Trump pioneering a new form of social media, and the U.S scheme to drive Russia and China apart.Guests:Danny Haiphong - Author and Columnist | Would China Back Russia in a Ukraine Standoff?Faran Fronczak - Anchor for RT America | Trump Postures for 2024 with New Media PlatformJohn Kiriakou - Former CIA Officer | CIA Assignment to Drive Russia and China ApartIn the first hour Danny Haiphong joined the show to talk about the tightrope China is walking to stay supportive towards Russia while not appearing to interfere or collude with Ukraine as the U.S. threatens sanctions if the former Soviet country is invaded.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined in-studio by Faran Fronczak for a general discussion on domestic politics, Trump's new social media platform, and more.In the third hour John Kiriakou joined the conversation to talk about the CIA seemingly shifting focus from counterintelligence operations to keeping their network of spies secured after reports of an increasing number of agents being killed on the field.

    U.S. Wins Appeal to Extradite Julian Assange

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 173:35

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about U.S. prosecutors winning their appeal to extradite Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, Travis Scott's first words after the tragedy at his Astroworld concert, and take a closer look at Biden's so-called Democracy Summit.Guests:Misty Winston - #FreeAssange Activist | Ghastly Precedent Set in Assange Extradition CaseTyler Nixon - Legal Counsel for Roger Stone | Biden Hosts 'Democracy Summit' as Latest PR StuntIn the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Misty Winston for a discussion on the High Court ruling permitting Julian Assange to be extradited and the ghastly legal precedent it sets for international journalists exposing war crimes. We also were joined by Cordell Woodland to talk about Travis Scott's first interview after 10 died at his Astroworld event.In the third hour Tyler Nixon joined the conversation to talk about the latest move out of Biden's public relations playbook that has him hosting a 'Summit for Democracy' as the U.S. wins an appeal case allowing them to extradite and prosecute Julian Assange.

    Don't Rule Out Nuking Russia, GOP Senator Urges Biden

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 171:45

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about the new Omicron variant and if it can act as a natural vaccine, the White House's embarrassing meeting asking for better press, and the Senator asking Biden to not write off a first strike attack on Russia over Ukraine.Guests:Dr. Mikhail Kogan - Medical Doctor | Is Omicron Variant Mild Enough to End COVID?Ted Rall - Political Cartoonist | White House Asks Media, 'Be Nice to Mr. Biden'Mark Sleboda - Security Analyst | Don't Rule Out Nuking Russia, GOP Senator Urges BidenIn the first hour Dr. Mikhail Kogan joined the show to talk about new information on the COVID-19 Omicron variant, efficacy of vaccines, and what you can do to keep healthy to protect against the virus.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Ted Rall for a discussion on the White House meeting with media moguls, requesting more favorable coverage about the administration. We also talked about Jussie Smollett's strange legal strategy as his trial is underway.In the third hour Mark Sleboda joined the conversation to talk about Biden's and Putin's virtual summit and current moves on Ukraine. We also talked about Sen. Roger Wicker urging the president to not rule out a first strike nuclear attack on Russia.

    ‘Red Lines' and ‘Serious Consequences' Define Biden-Putin Summit

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 171:50

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about another blow for CNN as anchor Don Lemon is under fire for tipping off Jussie Smollett, the failure the current two party political paradigm produces, and the explosive Biden-Putin virtual summit.Guests:Daniel Lazare - Independent Journalist | Jussie Testifies He Was Tipped Off by Don Lemon Jim Kavanagh - Socialist Analyst | Reconcile This: Lessons From the Latest Legislative DebacleWilliam Dunkerly - Author, Analyst | Biden's and Putin's High Stakes Face Off Over UkraineIn the first hour Daniel Lazare joined the show to talk about CNN's credibility as a news agency after it was revealed TV anchor Don Lemon tipped off Jussie Smollett to police being suspicious of the former ‘Empire' actor.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Jim Kavanagh for a discussion on faults of the current two party paradigm that have been magnified after repeated struggles by Democrats to reach common ground on various social spending bills.In the third hour William Dunkerley joined the conversation to talk about the meeting between Biden and Putin and why the U.S. and allies have been perpetuating the lie about Russian troops amassing on the Ukrainian border.

    Trump Says Firing Comey Was Critical to Presidency

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 171:02

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about Trump reflecting on his firing of FBI Director James Comey, the US refusing to send diplomats to the 2022 Winter Olympics in China, and the vaccine mandate in NYC marking one of Bill de Blasio's last moves as Mayor.Guests:Michael Goodwin - Columnist for NYPost | Businesses Furious Over Last Minute NYC Vax MandateIn the first hour, Jamarl and Shane talked about Trump's Sunday interview where he said firing then-FBI Director James Comey was crucial to helping him survive 4 years in the White HouseIn the second hour Jamarl and Shane discussed the US diplomatically boycotting the 2022 Olympics in Beijing as well as Trump's new social media endeavor where he named Rep. Devin Nunes as CEO.In the third hour Michael Goodwin joined the conversation to talk about the new vaccine mandate in NYC as de Blasio's last move as Mayor where he's likely setting up to run for Governor.

    Hunter Biden's Dirty Secrets Revealed in Laptop From Hell

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 170:05

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about failing JCPOA talks in Vienna, parents of the Oxford school shooter attempting to flee, secret dealings of the Biden family being revealed, and Myanmar's ousted leader being sentenced to prison after a military coup.Guests:Scott Ritter - Former U.N. Weapons Inspector | Biden Keeps War Machine Oiled and ReadyFaran Fronczak - Anchor for RT America | Oxford School Killer Parents ChargedMiranda Devine - Author of ‘Laptop From Hell' | Hunter Biden's Dirty Secrets Revealed in ‘Laptop From Hell'Carl Zha - Podcaster and Analyst | Ousted Myanmar Leader Aung San Suu Kyi Sentenced to 4 YearsIn the first hour Scott Ritter joined the show to talk about the disappointing global posture review from an administration that feels like any action is good action, as well as talks over renewing JCPOA breaking down.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Faran Fronczak for a discussion on the Jussie Smollett case and how Michelle Obama initially got him off charges of faking a hate crime. We also talked about the parents of the Oxford school shooter being charged for involuntary manslaughter.In the third hour Miranda Devine joined the conversation to talk about the shady overseas business deals that Hunter Biden profited from using his father's influence. We were also joined by Carl Zha to discuss Nobel Peace winner and former leader of Myanmar Aung San Suu Kyi's conviction for incitement and breaking COVID-19 rules after the military seized power in February.

    Jussie Smollett's Hate Crime Hoax Trial Begins With Damning Witness Testimony

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 170:51

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about Lavrov meeting Blinken about Ukraine, Jussie Smollett's hate crime hoax trial, Kamala Harris losing key staff, and the future of Roe v. Wade.Guests:Mark Sleboda - Security Analyst | Lavrov Meets Blinken, Reiterates Russia's Red LinesManila Chan - Anchor for RT America | Jussie Smollett's Hate Crime Hoax Trial Begins With Damning Witness TestimonyTed Rall - Political Cartoonist | Politics of Roe v. Wade and Legitimacy of the Supreme CourtIn the first hour Mark Sleboda joined the show to discuss the meeting between Antony Blinken and Sergey Lavrov where interpretation of the Minsk agreement has become a sticking point.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Manila Chan to talk about the bizarre trial of accused hate crime hoaxer Jussie Smollett and the latest blows to Kamala Harris as her chief spokesperson exits the White House.In the third hour Ted Rall joined the conversation to talk about the political consequences for 2022 if Roe v. Wade is overturned and if the Supreme Court can maintain legitimacy while doing so.

    Russia Calls US Bluff on Ukraine

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 170:57

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about the Omicron variant and what we know about the strain, diplomatic clashes between Russia and the U.S over their intentions in Ukraine, and the Pentagon investigating a U.S. airstrike flagged as a possible war crime.Guests:Dr. Mikhail Kogan - Physician | Did Stock Market Overreact to 'Mild' Omicron Variant?Peter Oliver - RT Correspondent | Lavrov Warns 'Spectre of War' in Europe if U.S. Keeps Pushing RussiaScott Ritter - Former U.N. Weapons Inspector | Pentagon Orders Inquiry Into U.S. Airstrike in SyriaIn the first hour Dr. Mikhail Kogan joined the show to talk about what we know so far about the new COVID-19 Omicron variant and if we should be reacting to this strand differently.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Peter Oliver for a discussion on rising tensions in Europe as Blinken and Lavron meet in Stockholm to clarify intentions in the region.In the third hour Scott Ritter joined the conversation to talk about Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin ordering an investigation into a U.S. airstrike that killed dozens of civilians in Syria.

    End of Cuomo Dynasty as CNN Suspends Chris

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 168:20

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about CNN suspending primetime anchor Chris Cuomo indefinitely, Twitter's new CEO Parag Argawal's stance on free speech, the approaching debt ceiling deadline, and Ghislaine Maxwell's trial as Jeffrey Epstein's co-predator.Guests:Ted Rall - Political Cartoonist | End of Cuomo Dynasty as CNN Suspends ChrisPeter Coffin - Video Essayist | New Twitter CEO Emphasizes Free Speech Isn't PriorityMark Frost - Economist | Economic Consequences of Raising the Debt CeilingWilliam Craddick - Political Analyst | Trump, Prince Andrew, and Bill Clinton Named in Ghislaine Maxwell TrialIn the first hour Ted Rall joined the show to talk about CNN indefinitely suspending Chris Cuomo in light of new information that the primetime anchor was more involved in the defense of his brother from sexual assault allegations than he previously let on.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Peter Coffin for a discussion on Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey's departure from the company and what's going to change. We were also joined by Mark Frost for an analysis on what would happen if Congress chose to not raise the debt ceiling, and why they almost certainly will.In the third hour William Craddick joined the conversation to talk about the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, where witness testimony supports the prosecution's claim that Maxwell recruited and groomed underage girls for disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein.

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