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    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan interview Medea Benjamin, co-founder of Human Rights group Code Pink. She was choked and almost arrested for protesting.

    Guests:

    Patrick Henningsen - Founder of independent news website 21st Century Wire | Hong Kong & The Deep State Coup

    Medea Benjamin - Co-Founder of Human Rights Group Global Exchange and Peace Group 'CODEPINK' | Arrested

    Daniel McAdams - Executive Director of the 'Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity' | How Not To Be A CIA Propagandist

    Larry Johnson - Writer and Former CIA Analyst | More On The CIA's Trump Task Force

    Ryan Cristian - Founder and Editor of The Last American Vagabond | The Bolivian Coup

    An innocent, 70-year-old streetcleaner in the middle of the Hong Kong protests was brutally killed by protestors. News outlets are not covering this. A Hong Kong official was attacked in London. Founder of 21st Century Wire discusses the latest events. Medea Benjamin, co-founder of 'CodePink' was nearly arrested for allegedly assaulting Debbie Wasserman Schultz, but in reality, she was just holding up a sign. Medea comes on the show to explain what happened.

    As the impeachment hearings continue, many insiders see this as a coup against Trump. The executive director of the 'Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity' Daniel McAdams discusses his article, "How Not to be a CIA Propagandist." Former CIA analyst Larry Johnson comes on the show to talk about the impeachment inquiry.  A coup has successfully overthrown the Bolivian elected president.  Founder of The Last American Vagabond Ryan Cristian explains that situation.

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