Oath Keepers members found guilty of seditious conspiracy
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Oath Keepers Leader Stewart Rhodes and top Lieutenant Kelly Meggs have been found guilty of seditious conspiracy in the violent January 6 plot to keep Trump in power. The Senate passes a bipartisan bill to protect same-sex marriage and interracial marriage in a landmark vote. Jim Obergefell, who was the plaintiff in the now infamous 2015 Obergefell Vs. Hodges decision, speaks out about why the ‘Respect for Marriage Act’ does not respect the LGBTQ plus community.
Arkansas resident Chris Kennedy tells Laura about his decision to become a professional black Santa, after receiving a racist letter about the black Santa on his lawn. Civil liberties groups blast the NYC Mayor’s order for the NYPD and FDNY to intervene, and possibly involuntarily commit someone who is suffering from a mental health crisis. Plus, former Trump White House Chief of Staff Stephen Miller meets with the January 6 Committee, a Texas woman kidnapped as a baby 51 years ago reunites with her family thanks to a DNA match, and the US beats Iran 1-0 in the World Cup.
Hosted by Laura Coates.
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