Aaron Maté discusses the aftermath of the Russia investigation and what it’s revealed about mainstream American journalists. In addition to seriously undermining media credibility, the obsession with possible Russian influence over the president has made it next to impossible for Trump to do anything that might be seen as helpful for Putin, like pulling troops out of Syria or pushing for nuclear detente.
Discussed on the show:
- “07/25/16 – Jeffrey Carr” (The Scott Horton Show)
- Many, Many People, Sites Have Been Good On Russiagate (Foreign Policy Follies)
- “Putin’s Puppet” (Slate)
- “Pentagon Papers” (HISTORY)
- Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign
- “Trump Campaign Aides Had Repeated Contacts With Russian Intelligence” (The New York Times)
- “3/26/19 Ray McGovern was Right About Russiagate” (The Libertarian Institute)
- “Lying Bigot James Clapper Assures World The Russia Narrative He Built Is Legit” (Medium)
- Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty
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