Terror & Pandemics: Leadership In Times Of National Crisis

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America pauses to remember the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. In a time of renewed national crisis and pandemic-induced terror, are our leaders up to the challenge of leadership? On this day 19 years ago, extremist hijackers killed thousands and changed life in the US forever. Scottie Nell Hughes and her expert guests dare ask why those who propagate the violent fanaticism espoused by Jihadis continue to evade justice and even appear politically cozy with US elites. Legal and media analyst Lionel of Lionel Media and former US diplomat Jim Jatras weigh in on the continued failure of the West to hold Saudi Arabia accountable. But first, RT America’s Natasha Sweatte gets us up to speed on the explosive controversy following President Trump’s candid remarks to journalist Bob Woodward, wherein he appears privately aware of the deadly nature of COVID-19 even as he publicly downplayed the dangers posed by the coronavirus. This comes as Trump endures intensifying criticism for his alleged disrespect for the US military. Plus, Tobin Smith of Transformity Research and Daniel McAdams of the Ron Paul Institute weigh in on whether the US government should provide another stimulus package as the economy continues to languish and the novel coronavirus ravages the country.