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I appreciate the next level, detailed reporting to help me understand all the nuances of the headlines. I especially like the calm demeanor of the host and the lack of histrionics that other podcasts have.
I have found that I must turn in to Intercepted and Deconstructed to really understand what is going on behind the headlines and mainstream news articles. (And of course you get nothing on the legs of MSNBC.) Today, for example, I wanted to learn more about the Niger situation, and found that episode entirely enlightening, as is typical for these podcasts. 100% credible and thorough. Super interesting.
The latest episode on the Israeli protests is a must listen. Mairav Zonszein is a true gem.
Once I found this great podcast, not only did I subscribe to it, I’ve begun going through previous offerings.
The Intercept has been co-opted by the CIA. Controlled opposition. Where are Snowden’s files? Where is Greenwald? Where is Manning? Where is Reality Winner? Where is ASSANGE? Where does The Intercept’s funding come from? Pierre Omidiyar, a billionaire.
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Intercepted launched 7 years ago and published 271 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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