Leah Remini, Mike Rinder reunite for Scientology: Fair Game podcast

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    Leah Remini, Mike Rinder reunite for Scientology: Fair Game podcast
    Former Scientology and the Aftermath team tells EW the new show goes "further, deeper, harder, and stronger" on its investigation.
    By Joey Nolfi
    July 17, 2020 at 01:45 PM EDT
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    Leah Remini will launch an audio follow-up to her docuseries Scientology and the Aftermath, the actress tells EW.
    Remini, an ex-Scientologist who has become a prominent critic of the church, has reunited with her Aftermath co-host (and former church official) Mike Rinder for a new podcast, Scientology: Fair Game, launching July 21. Rinder says the show will go “further, deeper, harder and stronger” than Aftermath, which ran for three seasons on A&E, in investigating tactics he and Remini say the church employs against critics. The Church of Scientology denies it engages in any form of harassment.
    Remini says they moved to audio because of frustration with A&E, saying she found it difficult to "abide by certain [network] rules

    Mike an Leah are also Ambassadors for Child USA
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    Inside the Trump and Farrakhan Ties to Scientology

    Marlow Stern

    July 22, 2020, 4:37 AM
    On July 6, the Trump administration released federal data revealing which “small” businesses were awarded Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans because of the COVID-19 shutdown. In addition to the Kushner family, Trump’s fundraising pal Joe Farrell, and Kanye West, one name stood out among the recipients: the Church of Scientology.
    The celebrity-obsessed church—which professes that an intergalactic overlord named Xenu brought billions of aliens to Earth 75 million years ago, arranged them at the base of volcanoes, blew them up with hydrogen bombs, and their surviving souls haunt the human race—received three loans of up to $350,000 each for its sites in New York, Florida, and Washington, D.C., supporting what it claims is a total of 137 employees.
    It’s a curious decision by the Trump administration, awarding hundreds of thousands of dollars to a scandal-plagued organization that, due to its tax-exempt status, has reportedly amassed more than $1 billion in assets (mostly in real-estate holdings).
    And it’s a decision that’s angered former Scientologists-turned-whistleblowers Leah Remini and Mike Rinder.
    “It’s insane,” says Remini. “Mike and I have tried to meet many times with the IRS
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