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    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon & Lee Stranahan talked with guests about the merits of masks, debated the merits of the lockdown and talked about whether beaches should be off-limits, and looked at the strange questioning of Kim Jong Un's vitality over recent weeks.


    Maram Susli - Political Commentator and Geopolitical Analyst | To Mask Or Not To Mask

    Robert Wenzel - Economist, Editor and Publisher of TargetLiberty.com and a Writer at EconomicPolicyJournal.com | Trump Plans to Use Military to Deliver Vaccine

    Danny Haiphong - Contributor to the Black Agenda Report and Co-Author of 'American Exceptionalism and American Innocence: A People's History of Fake News' | Biden/Kim/US Imperialism

    Joel Segal - Former Congressional Staffer, co-author of HR 676 | H.R. 6666/COVID Relief Efforts

    In our first hour we were joined by Maram Susli to talk about masks, rules prohibiting and requiring them, the social attitudes toward the use of PPE in the current pandemic, and whether wearing masks is more or less dangerous than going maskless in public places.

    In our second hour we spoke with Robert Wenzel about whether the recommended policies of many governments around the world in shutting down public places are helping or hurting the course of the pandemic. After we spoke with Danny Haiphong about North Korea, what we should make of the recent imbroglio of officials airing their suspicions that Kim Jong-un had died, and Joe Biden's history and candidacy.

    In our third hour we spoke with Joel Segal about H.R. 6666 and other proposed health measures during the pandemic. We also critiqued both the White House's response to COVID and the Democratic party's handling of their policies in the face of the crisis.

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



    Joe Biden, Kim Jong-un, North korea, United States, COVID-19
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