Episode #136: Didn’t She Win?

On Episode 136 Don and Offie start with an update on a local hospitals’ ransomware issue, a glimmer of hope on the WA magazine ban, and then they Breakdown Breaking Points. In Part 2 they dismantle the narrative of localized European warfare by going over the levels of involvement from other countries including; the Iranian drones and missiles and the various levels of involvement from western militaries. In Part 3 they talked about the degradation of the go over a massive report from the Washington Post detailing the length and levels high-ranking US veterans have gone to aid foreign nations in their path to power, simultaneously weakening the country they swore to protect. In Part 4 a refresher on the sources that inform SOS, a look at how uninformed some of the midterm candidates are and the railroad strike LIVES!

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