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Fault Lines
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Hunter Biden Indicted, UAW Strikes at Big Three

Hunter Biden Indicted, UAW Strikes at Big Three
On this episode of Fault Lines, host Melik Abdul discussed a number of topics from around the globe, including the Hunter Biden indictment on gun-related charges by the US District Court of Delaware.
Misty Winston: Political Activist, Organizer and Co-host of both The Misty Winston Show and #FreeAssange Vigils
Edward Woodson: TV/Radio Personality and Author
Sergio Arellano: Analyst and Executive Director of Conserva Mi Voto
Desirée K. Robinson: Journalist and Professor of Community Health Education
In the first hour, Fault Lines spoke with political activist Misty Winston about the 63 Australian lawmakers from the biggest parliamentary parties signing a letter calling for Assange’s release, along with the Dove campaign to promote "fat acceptance".
In the second hour, Fault Lines discussed with TV and Radio personality, Edward Woodson, the Hunter Biden indictment on gun-related charges by the US District Court of Delaware and how this will affect his father's presidential run for 2024.
In the third hour, Fault Lines was joined by analyst Sergio Arellano to discuss the federal judge's decision on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA program, declaring it illegal to prevent the deportation of hundreds of thousands of immigrants brought to the US as children.
Later in the last hour, Fault Lines was joined by journalist Desirée Robinson to discuss the latest on the UAW strike and how unions are making a statement getting the attention of company CEO’s and the government so far this year.
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