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    On today’s episode of The Backstory, host Lee Stranahan and co-host John Kiriakou discussed current events, including U.S. President Joe Biden refusing to say whether he was aware Colonial Pipeline paid more than $4 million to hackers after a major cyber-attack, and Republicans replace Trump critic Liz Cheney with Elise Stefanik.


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    In the first hour, Lee and John spoke with Robert Inlakesh on the Israel-Palestine situation, Israeli ground troops, and the Gaza strip under attack. Robert talked about the possible ground invasion by Israeli troops and Israel unprepared by defensive attacks by Hamas. Robert spoke on the Gaza strip under bombardment and the constant horror the civilians are living under.

    In the second hour, Lee and John spoke with Manila Chan about President Putin speaking out against violence toward Palestinians, Democrats seeking more tech censorship, and US policy to embolden Israel. Manila talked about the Biden administration unable to convey a clear message on the Israeli bombing of Gaza and Palestinian citizens. Manila discussed the CDC issuing new mask guidelines and Joe Biden’s tweet on masks.

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