At the Jeff Bezos-owned Washington Post, all journalists have freedom to report on whatever they want–as long as that reporting never speaks ill of Big Pharma companies, Big Banks, and whatever “Big” thing doling them money for advertising. Yup that’s right: Under Bezos, a new rule says the paper’s advertisers are off limits to reporters for any kind of social media criticism. This is problematic for a number of reasons–a huge one being that Amazon has a $600 million contract with the CIA to provide them cloud encryption services. What’s more: employees are even encouraged to rat out their co-workers for breaking this insane rule. How are we supposed to trust future reporting with these obvious corporate handcuffs on journalistic integrity? Correspondent John F. O’Donnell joins Lee Camp at the desk to expound on how Washington’s paper of record lost its way under King Bezos.

Lee Camp is the host and head writer of the popular comedy news TV show Redacted Tonight with Lee Camp on RT America. The show also features correspondents John F. O’Donnell, Carlos Delgado, Naomi Karavani, and Phillip Chang. said, "The finest TV satire thus far this election season has come from the Nightly Show and Lee Camp on Redacted Tonight." The show has also won a 2016 Telly Award for their live stand-up comedy special in New York City. George Carlin's daughter Kelly said Camp was one of only a handful keeping her father's torch lit. Camp is a former writer for The Onion and for Huffington Post Comedy. He created and starred in the viral YouTube show Moment of Clarity that was seen by millions, and he's performed stand-up comedy in a dozen countries and every state in the US. He has also been featured on Comedy Central, NBC, CNN, MSNBC, MTV, FOX & Showtime. Many know him from the viral clip of him on Fox News calling a “parade of propaganda and a festival of ignorance.”