UK to Extradite Julian Assange; Ukraine Admits Staggering Daily Losses
09:32 GMT 18.06.2022 (Updated: 17:14 GMT 12.04.2023)
On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Manila Chan talk about EU president Ursula von der Leyen declaring that Ukrainians are ready to die for the "European perspective," the West's attacks on journalism using Julian Assange as a proxy, and the ongoing political crisis in Haiti.
Dan Kovalik - Human Rights Lawyer | EU President: Ukrainians Are Dying for the "European Perspective"
Scottie Nell Hughes - Political Commentator | Rep. Boebert Sues PAC for Defamation After "Outlandish" Prostitution Claims
Dareece Polo - Journalist | Anti-Queen Sentiment Festers in the Caribbean
In the first hour, Dan Kovalik joined the show to talk about the media grappling with the reality on the ground in Ukraine, Western leadership beginning to look for a way out of the conflict, and EU president Ursula von der Leyen declaring that Ukrainians are dying for the "European perspective."
In the second hour, Fault Lines was joined by Scottie Nell Hughes for a discussion on the West using Julian Assange as a proxy for their attacks on journalism, Rep. Lauren Boebert suing the PAC that took down Madison Cawthorne after the group accused her of having worked as an escort, and Dr. Anthony Fauci failing to explain why children under 5 should get vaccinated.
In the third hour, Dareece Polo joined the conversation to talk about the ongoing political crisis in Haiti, the unsolved assassination of President Jovenel Moise, and the growing anti-Queen sentiment in Carribean countries.
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