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    More Fallout in the Roy Moore Senate Race

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    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan discuss the back and forth between Project Veritas and the Washington Post, sexual misconduct in Congress, and continue their examination of Bill Browder.

    Scheduled Guests: 

    — Jacqueline Luqman — Co-Founder of Luqman Media

    — Dave Orrick — Politics Reporter for the Pioneer Press in Minnesota

    — Lucy Komisar — Investigative Journalist who focuses on Corporate and Financial Corruption

    — Tim Black — Host of the Tim Black at Night Show

    — David Swanson — Author, activist, journalist, radio host

    — Rick Sterling - Investgative reporter

    The Roy Moore race continues to make waves as a new candidate joins the race as a write-in candidate. Will this new turn doom any hopes Moore still has of winning?

    The Washington Post and Project Veritas have also become a major story in the Moore race as the Post claims to have busted an O'Keefe-backed sting operation.

    Fault Lines has been focusing on Bill Browder and the Magnitsky Act and today Lucy Komisar returns to the show to continue the examination of Browder's story.

    Al Franken is under fire in the Senate. Garland and Lee are joined by Minnesota reporter Dave Orrick who interviewed Franken on the phone yesterday. Is the Senator in the clear, or are there more answers still needed?

    We'd love to get your feedback at radio@sputniknews.com

    Al Franken, Washington Post, The Young Turks, Project Veritas, Investigative Reporting
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