Media Messaging in a War; Earmarks: A Quiet Return; The Long Suffering Durham Probe

Behind the Russia-Ukraine conflict are thousands of lobbyists and representatives driving the media messaging.

They’re contacting members of Congress and reaching out to reporters to advance their political and financial interests.

Sunday on Full Measure we’ll take a look at the role of messaging and propaganda in the media during a time of war.

Also on Full Measure, one of the most controversial spending practices in Washington DC was banned years ago– but it’s made a quiet comeback.

Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-Texas) talks about the return of earmarks

We’re talking about “earmarks.”

Earmarks are grants of your taxpayer money, directed by members of Congress to their hand-selected groups and projects outside the normal budgetary checks and balances.

Sunday on Full Measure I investigate how a practice that Democrats and Republicans alike agreed was full of peril and controversy has made a return.

Rep. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) opposes the return of earmarks

And Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) weighs in on the long-suffering Durham probe into FBI misconduct surrounding the targeted of candidate and President Donald Trump as a Russian spy.

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