One America News Network

One America News Network 8 Nov 2019

N.Y. firm indicted for selling Chinese spy gear


Authorities find Chinese-made spy gear, which may have been installed at U.S. military facilities and even Navy ships. One America's Kristian Rouz looks into the matter.

Julian Assange's father has called out the Ecuadorean government for selling out his son in exchange for an International Monetary Fund (IMF) loan, which cannot be secured without the blessing of the US. RT America's Dan Cohen joins News.Views.Hughes with the story.
A company in Long Island, New York is facing charges for selling surveillance equipment to customers and the government that were marketed as being made in the U.S. but were actually manufactured in China. NBC News' Pete Williams has details. Aired on 11/07/19.
A white New York City restaurant owner is addressing backlash for marketing her Chinese food as "clean," and saying other Chinese food makes people feel "bloated and icky."

The comments, shared in an Instagram post that has since been deleted, placed Lucky Lee's restaurant in the middle of a debate about racism, stereotypes and cultural appropriation.
In a move that the Massachusetts Attorney General called a "radical and politically motivated attack on our state and the independence of our courts," a judge among others has been indicted by a federal grand jury for allegedly misleading an ICE agent and helping an undocumented immigrant evade capture. Steve Malzberg (in for Rick Sanchez) reacts.

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