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SCOTUS Obstruction Hearing, Trump Trial, Anti-Semitism at Columbia University

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Will Chamberlain (:52) - The Supreme Court heard arguments today over the obstruction law that’s being used to prosecute some of the January 6th rioters. This law seems to only target Jan. 6 rioters and not others who have obstructed other official proceedings. Is there a clear bias?

Michael Donnelly and Ron Coleman (9:59, 18:46) - With the Supreme Court today hearing arguments of obstruction for Jan. 6 rioters, let’s take a look at the pro-Palestine riots all over America this weekend. Plus, the most important case in America is the trial of Donald Trump and it was reported that dozens of potential jurors were rejected because they could not be impartial.

Matthew Tyrmand (27:57) - V-24 Investigations sent undercover journalists to Columbia University. They caught multiple professors on tape pushing for anti-Israel protests, instigating anti-semitism and anti-Christian rhetoric.

Tho Bishop (36:42) - The Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach is sending a letter to Bank of America detailing the bank’s apparent discrimination against Christians. Bank of America has been accused of de-banking or refusing to service Trump supporters, Christian Churches, and Republican-led states.

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