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RFK, Jr. Exposes Climate Criminals on Ring of Fire Radio
The levels of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere today haven’t been seen since dinosaurs roamed the earth. As a result, we’ve got rapidly accelerating climate change, more diseases and fewer resources. Ring of Fire host Mike Papantonio speaks with author and Ring of Fire co-host Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. to help pinpoint the criminals who are responsible for this.
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