Dr. Jill Stein on U.S. Election, Bernie Sanders’ setbacks, Coronavirus, Assange & Manning
In this interview with physician, activist and former U.S. presidential candidate for the Green Party, Dr. Jill Stein, we talk about the 2020 Democratic Party presidential primaries. In particular we examine the external and internal reasons why the Sanders campaign faced recent setbacks. Furthermore we talk about the Coronavirus and how the U.S. government is dealing with it domestically as well externally with countries such as Iran. Lastly we discuss persecution of Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning and what individuals could do to protect press freedom.
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Jill Stein was the U.S. Green Party’s presidential candidate in 2016 and 2012. She is an organizer, physician and environmental health advocate. In the 2016 election, she was the only national Presidential candidate to call for an emergency jobs program to jointly solve the climate and economic crises, and for demilitarization through a foreign policy based on international law, diplomacy and human rights. She was also the only candidate to be arrested for supporting the Dakota Sioux nation in resisting the DAPL pipeline. Following the 2016 election, she launched a recount initiative – which is ongoing – to investigate potential interference in the presidential election.