Many of you have been writing and congratulating the show for blowing the lid off the cozy relationship between the DEA, Justice Dept., and the Sinaloa drug cartel
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There is a lot to discuss this week as the rubble-makers
continue to subvert Turkey and various African Republics, many of which began as rubble. You’ll get some new insight on the upcoming show as you are kept up to speed on the Gulenists and what they are doing. One of your No Agenda producers is near the Fethullah Gulen compound in Pennsylvania and will be reporting in soon.
Meanwhile, on Tuesday of this week, Patrick Leahy continues his hearings on government surveillance
and continues to berate the NSA. He’s now on the warpath against the National Security Letter which is an abomination. Leahy specifically blamed the press for not complaining about the existence and use of these virtual gag orders. Unfortunately, Leahy has the same old stooges (Richard Clark, Cass Sunstein, etc.) testifying before Congress. All are adept at not answering questions, changing the subject or spewing nonsense.
Did you know that a National Security Letter makes you shut up for a minimum of 50 years before it expires? Apparently only Leahy cares about any of this.
Your No Agenda Show will be all over this.
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