The Final Countdown – 2/20/24 – Trump Ordered to Pay $354 Million in Civil Fraud Trial

On this episode of The Final Countdown, hosts Angie Wong and Ted Rall discuss top news around the world and nationwide, including Trump having to pay $364 million for fraud. 
Steve Hayes – Tax Attorney 
Nebojsa Malic – Journalist 
Andrii Telizhenko – Ukrainian Whistleblower, Former Diplomat 
John Kirakou – CIA Whistleblower 
The first hour begins with tax attorney Steve Hayes, who breaks down Trump’s $364 million penalty from his New York civil fraud case. 
Then, journalist Nebojsa Malic weighs in on the U.S. hysteria regarding the accusation that Russia is planning to deploy nuclear weapons into space. 
The second hour begins with Ukrainian whistleblower and former diplomat Andrii Telizhenko sharing his perspective on the potential aid package to Kiev and the case of the FBI informant who lied about the Biden family’s ties to Burisma. 
The show closes with CIA whistleblower and co-host of Political Misfits John Kirakou who discusses the upcoming trial for Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange. 

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  • alex_the_tired
    February 20, 2024 9:14 PM

    We had the nukes in space back in Reagan’s time with the SDI program. If you don’t think the U.S. and Russia (and probably a couple other countries) already have nukes in space disguised as “communications” satellites, you’re higher than those satellites. When detonated in space, a nuke would release a massive EMP that would cripple pretty much all the satellites in that region. Added bonus? Look up Kessler Syndrome. The amount of shrapnel caused by such detonations (don’t imagine there’ll just be one) would generate a cloud of debris that would collide with other satellites, causing more debris, causing more collisions. You wouldn’t be able to put new satellites in orbit with any certainty of their survival for any length of time.

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