Guest Host Nicole Sandler with PaydayReport's Mike Elk and Washington Post's Greg Sargent...
By Nicole Sandler on 9/19/2019, 4:53pm PT  

It's another busy day on the BradCast, with me, NICOLE SANDLER, holding down the fort while Brad and Desi deal with his father's catastrophic medical emergency.

If you only got your news from the mainstream, corporate media, you probably wouldn't know that almost 50,000 GM workers are on strike because they're virtually ignoring the story. Thank goodness for independent media. MIKE ELK is a long-time labor reporter who finally founded his own, reader-supported outlet, Payday Report. He's on the road covering the strike and the strikers who've had their health insurance cancelled by GM!

Also today: we're finally getting a handle on a strange and disturbing story that's been simmering for the past week or so. GREG SARGENT who writes The Plum Line blog for the Washington Post joins me to explain the story of the whistleblower who, we've now learned, took his or her concerns about a communication between the president and a foreign head of state in which Trump allegedly made a "promise" to the Inspector General of the Intelligence Community. The IG deemed the complaint credible and was a matter of urgent concern, and turned it over to the Acting Director of National Intelligence to give to the Senate and House Intelligence Committees, as dictated by law. The problem is, the Acting DNI refuses to do so!

And, with the news that Benjamin Netanyahu appears to have gone down to defeat in Israel's elections this week, I decided to place a cold call to Israel to chat with a random person about the outcome. It's always a crapshoot when I make these types of calls, but this one was a keeper!

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