The Dangers Of Looking Past Coronavirus Deaths, Michael Flynn Case Latest

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A newspaper opinion writer worries people will look at coronavirus-related deaths the way they move past deaths due to gun violence — with acceptance, rather than actions that could be seen as threatening to the broad construct of freedom. Then a law professor joins us to discuss the latest developments in the case of Donald Trump’s former national security adviser.

Featured in this Show

  • What Happens If We Just Get Used To Coronavirus Deaths?

    A national newspaper columnist joins us to discuss how the tens of thousands of deaths in the U.S. due to the coronavirus are being viewed. And whether Americans will simply accept them and the conditions that helped facilitate them, or not.

  • The Latest On The Ongoing Michael Flynn Case

    A list from the acting director of national intelligence shows former Vice President Joe Biden among top Obama-era officials who may have tried to “unmask” the identity of President Trump’s former national security adviser. We discuss what that means and other developments in the Michael Flynn case.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • Bill Martens Producer
  • Charlie Warzel Guest
  • Kim Wehle Guest

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