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    Intelligence Agency "UNMASKINGS" - The Forgotten Scandal

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    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Lee Stranahan and Garland Nixon talk with investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson about the controversial unmasking of US citizens which occurred during the Obama administration. Where has the mainstream media been on this story, and will this abuse of power ever be rectified?

    Guests:

    Dominic Carter - Reporter for Verizon FIOS News | Cynthia Nixon's Devastating Election Loss to Andrew Cuomo

    Holly Hood - Urban Libertarian | The Myth of the Angry Black Woman

    Sharyl Attkisson - Host of Sinclair's Weekly TV Program: Full Measure | Fake Grassroots Media & The Forgotten Unmasking Scandal…

    Kevork Almassian - Founder of Syriana Analysis | What No One is Telling You About Syria

    Ali Alexander - Conservative Strategist and Philosopher | Google Insider Video Leaked & Elon Musk got High…

    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo handily defeated former 'Sex and the City' actress Cynthia Nixon in yesterday's Democratic Primary. Dominic Carter of Verizon FIOS News joins Garland and Lee to recap the race and the reasons that Nixon's upset bid fell short.

    Serena Williams controversial loss in the US Open Final sparked a great deal of commentary regarding gender and race in the sports world. Urban Libertarian Holly Hood joins the hosts in-studio to discuss Serena's on-the-court conduct and to break down the "myth of the angry black woman."

    For the final segment of the week, Conservative Strategist and Philosopher Ali Alexander returns to the show to discuss a recently leaked video of Google executives lamenting Hillary Clinton's election loss. What did this video reveal about the culture inside of Google and how their leadership team views the political system?

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