The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 2:
- YouTube has removed Project Veritas’ new hidden camera interview featuring Pfizer’s Director of Research and Development Jordan Trishton Walker making comments about his employer “mutating” the COVID-19 virus and suggested it could potentially create “something that just goes everywhere.” YouTube is owned by Google parent company Alphabet Inc.
- According to conservative commentator Greg Price, Senator Bernie Sanders is ironically using Ticketmaster to sell tickets to his “It’s Okay to Be Angry About Capitalism” event. Tickets are priced between $35 and $95.
- According to reports, Italy’s falling birthrate is causing long-term economic uncertainty.
- Cleve R. Wootson Jr. of The Washington Post documents the Democrat party’s reluctance to back Vice President Kamala Harris for higher office. Wootson writes of Harris’ lack of visibility: “Harris’s low profile has also been a reflection of her team’s calculus—and fears—following missteps and shaky public appearances. Her first international trip, to Guatemala and Mexico, was colored by an exchange with Lester Holt of NBC News in which she awkwardly downplayed the urgency of visiting the U.S.-Mexico border.”