LISTEN: John Carlson Show, July12--6am hour

Plainclothes police detain an anti-Cuban government protester during a protest in Havana, Cuba, Sunday, July 11, 2021. Thousands of demonstrators went out to the streets in several cities in Cuba to protest against ongoing food shortages and high prices of foodstuffs, amid the new coronavirus crisis. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

6am hour -- historic street protests against the communist government across Cuba, GUEST: military and strategic affairs analyst, Ralph Peters, says Cuban people have had enough and want change, analyzing the Cuban support for the Castro regime now that Fidel is dead and Raul is ailing, the curious silence from Seattle and America's most vocal socialists after the weekend street protests in Cuba, the COVID connection to Cuba's gigantic street protests yesterday, the Cuban propaganda blaming protests on American mercenaries, why isn't Pres. Biden in Miami right now to address the Cuban people, WA US Senator Henry Jackson's feelings about Communist Cuba, the historic backlog of criminal cases in King County and politicians blaming COVID for slowing court cases, the court backlog leads to plea deals and all of a sudden serious crimes result in much lower penalty convictions from the plea deal, some felonies get plead down to gross misdemeanors and some gross misdemeanors get plead down to misdemeanors and then misdemeanors get dropped all together, a KVI interview tomorrow will tackle CRT and public schools.

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