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Was There A 2nd Shooter? Owen Shroyer And John Cullen Debate https://madmaxworld.tv/watch?id=669a83a214875f4fe15aafc7

Was There A 2nd Shooter? Owen Shroyer And John Cullen Debate

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#JohnDeere has #gonewoke by supporting various #LGBT and #DEI endeavors

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Farm and landscaping vehicle company John Deere appears to have gone down the path of wokeism, sponsoring an LGBT Pride event for children as young as three years old. Conservative filmmaker Robby Starbuck revealed the discovery, alongside John Deere’s other woke endeavors under its CEO John May, in a July 9 video on X. He […]

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John Deere has gone the path of woke, conservative filmmaker Robby Starbuck reveals in a video

https://www.naturalnews.com/2024-07-17-john-deere-sponsors-lgbt-pride-event-kids.html

Farm and landscaping vehicle company John Deere appears to have gone down the path of wokeism, sponsoring an LGBT Pride event for children as young as three years old. Conservative filmmaker Robby Starbuck revealed the discovery, alongside John Deere’s other woke endeavors under its CEO John May, in a July 9 video on X. He […]

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To join the defense team for the most “dangerous” men incarcerated at Guantanamo Bay, the only condition was to hide your homosexuality. Tim Jon Semmerling faced betrayal by his own team and was immediately fired by the Pentagon when they exposed his secret. In an unexpected turn, Walid bin Attash, considered one of the world’s most dangerous men, defended Tim by writing a letter to the judge, exposing the lies of the other lawyers. Host John Kiriakou talks with former Guantanamo defense attorney Tim Jon Semmerling about the web of intrigue and betrayal by his team and how the inmates themselves came to his aid.

07/13/2024

To join the defense team for the most “dangerous” men incarcerated at Guantanamo Bay, the only condition was to hide your homosexuality. Tim Jon Semmerling faced betrayal by his own team and was immediately fired by the Pentagon when they exposed his secret. In an unexpected turn, Walid bin Attash, considered one of the world’s most dangerous men, defended Tim by writing a letter to the judge, exposing the lies of the other lawyers. Host John Kiriakou talks with former Guantanamo defense attorney Tim Jon Semmerling about the web of intrigue and betrayal by his team and how the inmates themselves came to his aid.

Journalist Julian Assange is finally free after a plea agreement with the US government, a moment many see as a long-awaited victory for transparency. But at what cost? Host John Kiriakou discusses this with Misty Winston, an activist and podcaster well-versed in the Assange case. Together, they dissect Assange’s 14-year legal, political, and humanitarian odyssey, which began after he revealed major war crimes by US military personnel and other shocking government atrocities.

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To join the defense team for the most “dangerous” men incarcerated at Guantanamo Bay, the only condition was to hide your homosexuality. Tim Jon Semmerling faced betrayal by his own team and was immediately fired by the Pentagon when they exposed his secret. In an unexpected turn, Walid bin Attash, considered one of the world’s most dangerous men, defended Tim by writing a letter to the judge, exposing the lies of the other lawyers. Host John Kiriakou talks with former Guantanamo defense attorney Tim Jon Semmerling about the web of intrigue and betrayal by his team and how the inmates themselves came to his aid.

07/13/2024

To join the defense team for the most “dangerous” men incarcerated at Guantanamo Bay, the only condition was to hide your homosexuality. Tim Jon Semmerling faced betrayal by his own team and was immediately fired by the Pentagon when they exposed his secret. In an unexpected turn, Walid bin Attash, considered one of the world’s most dangerous men, defended Tim by writing a letter to the judge, exposing the lies of the other lawyers. Host John Kiriakou talks with former Guantanamo defense attorney Tim Jon Semmerling about the web of intrigue and betrayal by his team and how the inmates themselves came to his aid.

Journalist Julian Assange is finally free after a plea agreement with the US government, a moment many see as a long-awaited victory for transparency. But at what cost? Host John Kiriakou discusses this with Misty Winston, an activist and podcaster well-versed in the Assange case. Together, they dissect Assange’s 14-year legal, political, and humanitarian odyssey, which began after he revealed major war crimes by US military personnel and other shocking government atrocities.

There have been so many important whistleblowers over the years—big names like Daniel Ellsberg, Edward Snowden, Bradley Birkenfeld, Annie Machon, and Katherine Gunn, just to name a few—that you wouldn’t be wrong to think that official opinion, the opinion of governments, had changed so that these truthtellers would be protected for their revelations. But that’s not necessarily the case. Certainly, many countries have moved forward on whistleblower protection. The European Union immediately comes to mind. But the US and UK are not among them. In most cases, at least involving government whistleblowers, the US and UK cite national security as the reason for not welcoming new disclosures. And indeed, they use the Espionage Act and the Official Secrets Act, respectively, to prosecute whistleblowers. But why hasn’t more been done to protect private sector whistleblowers? Why do people who blow the whistle on waste, fraud, abuse, illegality, or threats to the public health or public safety at Big Pharma, in international banking, inside international conglomerates, and elsewhere still face the untampered wrath of their companies? Where are protections for these whistleblowers? On this episode of The Whistleblowers, John Kiriakou discuss the critical importance of whistleblowers with former whistleblower and whistleblower advocate Jane Turner.

More than 34,000 people have been killed there since the start of hostilities on October 7, 2023, and more than 90 percent of those deaths have been civilians. The Israeli military has used a very heavy hand, even by Israeli military standards, destroying hospitals, churches, mosques, apartment blocks, and literally everything else in its path. On this episode of the Whistleblowers, John Kiriakou speaks with Tareq Hajjaj who is the Mondoweiss Gaza Correspondent, and a member of the Palestinian Writers Union, who had to be evacuated from Gaza.

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Was There A 2nd Shooter? Owen Shroyer And John Cullen Debate https://madmaxworld.tv/watch?id=669a83a214875f4fe15aafc7

Was There A 2nd Shooter? Owen Shroyer And John Cullen Debate

banned.video

5 hrs ago

#JohnDeere has #gonewoke by supporting various #LGBT and #DEI endeavors

https://www.naturalnews.com/2024-07-17-john-deere-sponsors-lgbt-pride-event-kids.html

Farm and landscaping vehicle company John Deere appears to have gone down the path of wokeism, sponsoring an LGBT Pride event for children as young as three years old. Conservative filmmaker Robby Starbuck revealed the discovery, alongside John Deere’s other woke endeavors under its CEO John May, in a July 9 video on X. He […]

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6 hrs ago

John Deere has gone the path of woke, conservative filmmaker Robby Starbuck reveals in a video

https://www.naturalnews.com/2024-07-17-john-deere-sponsors-lgbt-pride-event-kids.html

Farm and landscaping vehicle company John Deere appears to have gone down the path of wokeism, sponsoring an LGBT Pride event for children as young as three years old. Conservative filmmaker Robby Starbuck revealed the discovery, alongside John Deere’s other woke endeavors under its CEO John May, in a July 9 video on X. He […]

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John Deere has gone the path of woke, conservative filmmaker Robby Starbuck reveals in a video

https://newstarget.com/2024-07-17-john-deere-sponsors-lgbt-pride-event-kids.html

Farm and landscaping vehicle company John Deere appears to have gone down the path of wokeism, sponsoring an LGBT Pride event for children as young as three years old. Conservative filmmaker Robby Starbuck revealed the discovery, alongside John Deere’s other woke endeavors under its CEO John May, in a July 9 video on X. He […]

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Sixty-one years ago, our country watched as our commander-in-chief was tragically shot in the head and killed. This particular assassination has conjured multiple conspiracy theories throughout the decades. In 2024, it is no longer taboo to believe that our own government played a part in John F. Kennedy's assassination.

On July 13, 2024, many sat in horror as former sitting president and current presidential candidate Donald Trump was rushed off the stage by Secret Service during a rally in Pennsylvania, after shots that injured him and multiple spectators flew across the venue. As theories and criticisms continue to cycle through social media, what are the experts saying regarding the assassination attempt on former President Trump's life?

We sat down with Byron Beplay, a former Army Ranger, executive protection specialist and consultant, to get his expert opinion.

Beplay is no stranger to the creation of potential threats by political opposition. In March 2024, he led the security detail for Kyle Rittenhouse's speaking event at the University of Memphis. "I watched people allow things to happen in hopes that something worse would happen," he said. According to Beplay, the president of the university canceled conservative tickets, making room for BLM to flood the event and allowing people in with potential weapons.

When asked if he believed there were internal failures that led to the assassination attempt on Trump, he responded, "Absolutely; many, many, many failures, on both local law enforcement and the Secret Service. Both agencies failed in the sense of complacency... it's not even just complacency, it's a dereliction of duty."

Secret Service Spokesperson Anthony Guglielmi told media outlets that Secret Service had designated the rooftop used by the would-be assassin under local law enforcement's jurisdiction.

"Secret Service is responsible for the entire venue, regardless of local law enforcement being on the outer perimeter. That is the entire premise of a sniper. He is supposed to be scouting and a reconnaissance element for targets, scanning for targets outside of that venue... A basic trainee out of boot camp can set up a better perimeter than Secret Service and local law enforcement did. That is where my question comes in: What the blank is going on here? Is this a setup?" Beplay explains. He goes on to question why the shooter was able to access the roof and why there was a "pre-positioned ladder." "There are a thousand red flags," he says.

When asked if DEI played a role, specifically referencing the woman who struggled to re-holster her weapon, Beplay answered, "That says to me she's very fresh and/or does not have enough time behind that gun... Secret Service is supposed to be the top executive protection agency in the world, the best of the best, the Delta of executive protection. What we saw was an extremely amateur hour, cowering behind the president himself. The inability to re-holster her weapon and then deciding to leave it out has nothing to do with her sex. I know women who are amazing protection agents and shooters, my wife being one of them. It has to do with, are you capable of doing the right things in the right moment?"

Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle, who is facing widespread criticism and calls for her resignation, explains that the agency's failure to secure the rooftop was due to a safety issue.
"That building in particular has a sloped roof at its highest point. And so, you know, there's a safety factor that would be considered there, that we wouldn't want to put somebody up on a sloped roof," Cheatle said.

Beplay said Cheatle's reason for failing to secure the premises properly is "complete bullshit." "The snipers are actually trained on rooftops that have a higher angle pitch. It's an excuse... as a matter of fact, when I was in Iraq, I was put on a roof that had an extremely high-pitched roof, and on the other side it went straight down like 80 feet... There is so much complacency that it has become blatant dereliction."

As for the iconic photo of Trump pausing to rouse the crowd amid Secret Service rushing him off stage, Beplay noted, "I think it would be way more iconic to see an executive protection agent physically fighting the former president down for his safety."