Monday, October 1, 2018

10-2-18 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. Bernard Kerik: Obama’s Policies Still Haunt Trump
2. James Hirsen: The Hidden Dangers of GoFundMe on Behalf of Ford
3. Lowell Ponte: Faulty Memories Used as Tangible Evidence
4. John LeBoutillier: Judge Not?
5. Brigitte Gabriel: Desperate Dems Will Destroy Anyone in their Path

Kerik: Obama’s Policies Still Haunt Trump

“After eight years under Obama, our guard is down," says Bernie Kerik, explaining he wrote The Grave Above the Grave to wake Americans up. "It will take years to re-build our security systems." It is a nonstop thrill ride only an insider like Kerik could write. Kerik understands the psyche of terrorists. He was not only there on 9/11, President George W. Bush dispatched him to the Middle East to serve as Interim Interior Minister of Iraq. "I believe we could suffer another 9/11 attack and The Grave Above the Grave gave me the opportunity to educate people in a fictional way about what rolls around in my head every day," Kerik says. "9/11 taught me what happens when the wrong people are allowed in this country." [more...]

The Hidden Dangers of GoFundMe on Behalf of Ford

Dem Senators have stated that Dr. Christine Blasey Ford had “nothing to gain” in stepping forward with allegations against Supreme Court Justice nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh. But there are a host of significant gains that may indeed be awaiting Ford. One has already surfaced via the GoFundMe website, which was made on behalf of Ford and has raised approximately $740,000. Law professor Jonathan Turley recently expressed concern that “crowdfunding” may be being used in a manner that enables legal testimony to be purchased. “You can buy a witness effectively by funding them as long as they’re saying the type of thing that you want them to say,” Turley cautioned. The notion that money could potentially be used to purchase testimony from favorable witnesses poses a threat to a functioning legal system and the fundamental precepts of due process. [more...]

Faulty Memories Used as Tangible Evidence

Last week, Brett Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford, now a 51-year-old psychology professor, had no clear recollection of what happened one summer night 36 years ago until she sought out professional help to recover her memory. Ford began her effort to reconstruct her memory in 2012, at the same time Kavanaugh’s name emerged in the national news as a potential Supreme Court choice of GOP candidate Mitt Romney. Ford was a Democrat partisan and pro-abortion activist paid by a “morning after” abortifacient pill manufacturer. She might have identified Kavanaugh’s name as an ideological opponent. “Memory is a tricky thing,” explains retired University of California Irvine Professor Richard McKenzie in the Wall Street Journal. “Current scientific research,” writes McKenzie, “strongly supports deferring to long-honored legal requirements for judging the truthfulness of accusers and defenders by assessing claims with verifiable evidence. Relying solely on accusations and denials is fraught with potential error.” [more...]

Judge Not?

On the latest edition of REVOLUTION_The Podcast... we examine how the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings are breaking American society, ripping the nation apart, turning more and more people against the political class - and may also have a huge impact on the November 6 mid-term elections. [more...]

Desperate Dems Will Destroy Anyone in their Path

How stupid do these D.C. swamp-dwellers think the American people are? Do they really expect us to believe that they, the same party that either defends or stays silent to the issue of female genital mutilation - and that almost elected Muslim Brotherhood moneyman Keith Ellison as their party Chairman - actually care about the protection of women? Sorry to disappoint you Democrats, but we’re not buying it. Regardless of what may or may not have transpired between teenagers over thirty years ago, which for some reason hadn’t been brought to light until Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination, what we essentially have is a party riddled with hypocrisy when it comes to women’s rights, demanding that the FBI investigate a “he said/she said” event, which took place before disco died. [more...]

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