Corporations Defend DACA: Don’t Deport Our CHEAP LABOR!

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Mike Papantonio and Trial Lawyer Magazine editor Farron Cousins walk us through just why so many large corporations are jumping to the defense of DACA, which will be challenged in the Supreme Court this November. Are these corporate bigwigs truly concerned with the welfare of immigrants and their children, or is the Business Roundtable simply trying to protect its own ability to exploit cheap labor?

Papantonio and Cousins then discuss Elizabeth Warren and the looming threat she poses to Wall Street and Big Tech, should she win the Democratic nomination. A far throw from establishment Democrats protecting the interests of corporations, Warren’s promise to break up corporate behemoths has managed to splinter support among the tech community as well as the Democrat donors whose allegiances ultimately lie with their own bottom lines.

Then, RT’s Brigida Santos breaks down a report showing how Jeffrey Epstein’s company Southern Trust managed to secure over $200 million in funding even AFTER he’d been convicted of pedophilia.

Plus, legal journalist Mollye Barrows talks about the sentencing of former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger for the murder of Botham Jean in his own apartment last September. While Guyger’s 10-year sentence may be a win for police accountability, is there a lingering bias surrounding the conviction of a white woman in uniform?

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