RT published this video item, entitled “CrossTalk | Jan 6 narratives” – below is their description.
It would seem with every passing day we are allowed to openly discuss fewer and fewer topics. The events on Capitol Hill on January 6 is one of them. What happened that day is a third rail. Was it a riot or an insurrection? Even asking this is inflammatory. It shouldn’t be.
CrossTalking with Melik Abdul, Robert Patillo, and Brian Trascher.
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Freedom over censorship, truth over narrative.
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