More on the so-called FDA approval on August 23, 2021, for Pfizer’s Covid jab for those over age 16, where it was declared “safe and effective” – without, as the Truth About Cancer reports on August 24, 2021, on their website …even allowing public discussion or...
? Trump and World Diplomacy, Strzok Talks Mueller Indicts, #WalkAway on Viewpoint
Trump and World Diplomacy – It was a big week for World Diplomacy. Trump laid out demands at NATO. Opened the meeting, then a firestorm erupted. Was this his strategy and did it work? After nearly 18 months in office, President Trump finally visited the U.K. this week – and yes there were fireworks, but they weren’t in the sky. Next stop, Helsinki, where Trump will sit down with big bad Putin for a one-on-one. Not everyone is happy! Ilana Freedman, Jim McCay and IQ Al Rassooli take on the big stories of the week.
Strzok Talks & Mueller Indicts – FBI agent Strzok answered questions for over almost 10 hours; most of the questions were from the Republican side as the Democrats spent their time defending his performance and attacking President Trump. It was one of the most bizarre Congressional hearings to date. Mueller issues indictments on 12 Russians claiming direct connections to the Russian government in the 2016 election hacking. What about the timing of this announcement? Also the selection of Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court takes another twist this week. Col Jim Waurishuk and George McClellan analyze these political developments.
The #WalkAway Movement – Is there a massive migration of Democrats leaving the party? What is the reason for the #WalkAway movement? It is being called the ‘Cult of Trump’ vs the #WalkAway movement. We’ll take a closer look inside the movement and how the republicans are reacting with Brian Gould, Brooke Says and Ava Armstrong.
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