The Truth about Cargill: The Most Evil Company

SHORT VIDEO CLIPS, 7 Nov 2022

Lee Camp | Behind the Headlines - TRANSCEND Media Service

The biggest supervillains in the world are not human, they’re corporations. On this episode of The Most Censored News with Lee Camp, Cargill Inc. gets dragged into the light. The agricultural conglomerate is the largest privately-held corporation in the U.S. by a large margin, and the current price increases in the food market are driving their profits higher. Camp exposes their corrupt practices that are leading to such high returns.


Lee Camp is an American stand-up comedian, writer, actor and activist. He is the host of Behind The Headlines’ new series: The Most Censored News With Lee Camp. He is a former comedy writer for the Onion and the Huffington Post and has been a touring stand-up comic for 20 years.


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