Historic Fraud: California Inmates Scoop $140 Million in Pandemic Unemployment Checks

Historic Fraud: California Inmates Scoop $140 Million in Pandemic Unemployment Checks

Prosecutors say California prison inmates scoop more than $140 million in pandemic unemployment checks, with help from friends and family on the outside, because the state doesn’t cross-check applications against a list of inmates, as most state governments do. Gov. Gavin Newsom takes bold action by appointing a task force, as nine prosecutors plead for him to stop one fraud of historic proportions. Background Resource: California OK’d Aid in the Name of Scott Peterson, Other Killers [Associated Press, November 24, 2020] Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott is a production of our Members, who produce their own content. Become a Member today, or make a one-time donation to support this work.  Listen to the Audio Version Bill Whittle Network · Historic Fraud: California Inmates Scoop $140 Million in Pandemic Unemployment Checks

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Doctor and Commander: Powerful Patient Skews Treatment, Steers Public Disclosures
Doctor and Commander: Powerful Patient Skews Treatment, Steers Public Disclosures

Public disclosures about President Donald Trump’s condition and treatment for a COVID-19 infection raise questions about whether a powerful patient skews and overrides the best advice of physicians. How can the staff at Walter Reed Medical Center follow the science and their training when Trump is not only their commander in chief, but wants to doctor the news?

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