Glenn Greenwald on why the left-wing media has turned on Biden

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Twenty years of lies from the military establishment cannot be forgotten. Journalist Glenn Greenwald asks why no one has taken accountability for the Afghanistan debacle and argues for a new system of transparency. Greenwald joins Steven Edginton for this week’s Off Script podcast to discuss Joe Biden’s chaotic Presidency and why America was right to end its nation-building campaign.

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