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Truth has been sacrificed on the altar of political narrative in just about every topic in news stories today.  John and Producer Steve discuss how the truth has been left behind in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, in the recent climate change conference, and in the ongoing saga with the pandemic and the vaccines.  There's even an indictment regarding the fake Russian dossier that no one in the media seems to care about.  Narrative trumps everything else.  If someone really wants to know the truth in any situation, the mainstream media, politicians, and social media sites are not the sources to go to.

Larry Klayman: Destructive to these Ends

Broadcast Running Time: 24:40

John Loeffler

October 22, 2021

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We have vaccine mandates, people getting fired or being forced to resign, the economy is sluggish, supply chains are backed up – what, if anything, can we the non-elite citizens do in response? Back with us today is Larry Klayman (freedomwatchusa.org), Founder and Chairman of Freedom Watch. He describes the several different attempts to seize control of this country, in the process ruining it. Regarding our rights per the Declaration, if the government becomes destructive to these ends, then it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it. Can that be done today? Would that be a coup or just establishing separate government? What does that look like? Larry's not just talking – he's doing something about it.

What are the top terror concerns for the United States? The Taliban? China? Iran? Well, according to the FBI, it's "domestic terrorists," which consists of anyone who disagrees with the official government narrative. Joining us today is Christopher Holton (centerforsecuritypolicy.org), Senior Analyst and Director of State Outreach at the Center for Security Policy. He looks at how the term 'white supremacist' has been used to label dissenters and to launch domestic terror task forces. This rings hollow, though, because how many white supremacists are on the FBI's Most Wanted List? Zero.