Episode 17 of CN Live! explores the corruption of the Democratic National Committee in the 2016 election and looks forward to next year’s presidential race.
Join your host Elizabeth Vos as she interviews radio host and political analyst, Niko House; politician and professor of law, Tim Canova and Elizabeth and Jared Beck, the lawyers who sued the DNC on behalf of defrauded Sanders’ supporters in the 2016 primary. Watch it here starting at 8 pm U.S. Eastern time:
What a wonderful, tight episode. I hope Tim Canova gives ’em hell one more time. That’s the hopeful part of me, although I am aware of the hell that he, personally, went through in the situations he found himself in. I recall the livestream of Shawn Lucas serving the DNC and the difficulty he had getting anyone there to accept the summons. And then a couple weeks later, he was found dead. And now I know who hired the videographer that captured for posterity Shawn serving the DNC . I also watched Jared interviewed outside around some steps (courthouse?). He and his wife are two people I wish I knew personally as they are fantastic conversationalists. Did you catch her masterful impersonation of Sanders? It was quick! Excellent work, Ms. Vos and Ms. Vogan!
After listening to Mr. Canova, perhaps we really need election monitors !
As I recall Fidel Castro once volunteered, thought it a bit of whimsy at the time, because I was totally ignorant of our corruption.
Many Thanks Elizabeth Voss for yet another perfect interview on crucial and deeply important subjects that are not being properly addressed by MSM. I was particularly interested in your conversation with Elizabeth and Jared Beck, there cynicism is a mirror of many American voters…
Elizabeth Vos, you did a great job the entire episode, as usual. I hope Mr. Canova will run again. Don’’t give up. More people must speak up to oppose this outright theft. Also Ms. Vos, you handled with deft grace and genuine compassion, the at times quite awkward interview with the Becks.
Tim Canova’s frankness about Broward County politics and corruption opens eyes to blatant scoffing of the law by Wasserman Schultz and her cohorts who have become comfortable breaking the law with no recourse.
Niko, you gave an outstanding interview.
I didn’t know much of which you reported about the 2016 primary and I have been on the case.