Dissenter Weekly: What Biden Could Do To Support The First Amendment
Plus, whistleblower at construction site for Amazon fulfillment center warns of safety hazards that may cause lung damage to contracted workers
|Kevin Gosztola||Feb 12||7|
In this edition of “Dissenter Weekly,” host and Shadowproof editor Kevin Gosztola highlights a story in Texas involving a whistleblower who warns of safety hazards at a construction site for an Amazon fulfillment center.
Kevin also covers a snippet from OMB Director nominee Neera Tanden’s Senate confirmation hearing, where she was asked about the problem of nuclear waste.
The show concludes with some consideration of what President Joe Biden’s administration could do if it truly wanted to support the First Amendment. For starters, Biden could abandon the political prosecution against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
This week’s stories:
Whistleblower At Amazon FulFillment Center Under Construction Reveals Hazards That Could Cause Lung Damage
Neera Tanden Clumsily Acts Like She Knows About Issues Surrounding Nuclear Waste
What Would A Biden Agenda That Promoted Press Freedom And Freedom Of Expression Look Like?
Chief Inspector of Prisons In UK Releases Review Of Pandemic Prison Restrictions
Assange Case: Interim DOJ Spokesperson Signals Biden Administration Will Continue Prosecution