After covering the latest headlines and news stories, Alex Newman, the host of Liberty Hour on American Media Periscope, interviews Dr. Miriam Grossman, a child and adolescent psychiatrist whose practice consists of trans-identified youth and their families, to discuss the diabolical medical castration of kids. Dr. Grossman appeared in Matt Walsh’s smashing documentary What is a Woman? and is the author of the new book Lost in Trans Nation: A Child Psychiatrist’s Guide Out of the Madness, which comes out on July 18, 2023.
Next up on the program, Alex talks with attorney Davis Younts, a Christian, husband, homeschool dad, attorney, and former military officer. Davis offers his perspective on the indictment of former President Donald Trump, saying that it is unprecedented for a sitting president’s Department of Justice to attack their number one political opponent, raising concerns about equal protection and election interference. Younts, a former JAG officer and rated number one senior defense counsel in the Air Force, reflected on the biblical concept of law and warned against a calculated attack on the backbone of society, the institution of the family, and shared how Christian businesses can legally protect themselves in today’s cultural climate.
Finally, Alex interviews Jack Roth, a journalist, documentary film producer, and nonfiction book author. His latest book, Killing Kennedy: Exposing the Plot, the Cover-Up, and the Consequences, discusses the coup to kill the president of the United States. Roth explains that the killing of Kennedy by Cold War warriors and government gangsters could have been the tipping point that started the downward spiral of American exceptionalism.
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In the news, Alex covers:
1–Idaho Republican Party, led by the great Dorothy Moon, passed a resolution calling for a ban on COVID injections. Citing Pfizer and government data, the resolution says an enormous number of people have died or been permanently disabled by the jab and that this massive experiment lacks informed consent. There is strong evidence that the COVID shot is a bioweapon. There is strong evidence that the shot alters human DNA. Experimentation on humans without informed consent is a violation of Nuremberg and therefore a crime against humanity. There are calls on Gov. Little and legislators to prohibit vax and for the AG to seize all COVID injections and have forensic analysis performed. By the way, the Idaho GOP dominates state politics. The Democrats have no power. Legislation to ban the shots was introduced earlier this year by the great Sen. Tammy Nichols, who has been a guest on this program. Similar resolutions were passed by county GOPs across Florida. The pressure is still growing.
2–Sen. Johnson blows up Fox News on vaccines.
3–Hundreds of members of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) last week signed onto a $500 million class action lawsuit against military leaders over the imposition of “unlawful” COVID jab mandates. According to the legal challenge, the mandates “caused the plaintiffs harm and constitute[d] a breach of the public trust.” In the 137-page statement of claim filed with the Federal Court on June 21 and viewed by LifeSiteNews, 329 individuals who have served in the CAF argued that Canada’s Chief of the Defense Staff, General Wayne Eyre, “issued an unlawful order on October 25, 2021, in violation of established law and constitutional rights” by requiring members of the armed forces to get the experimental COVID-19 shot or face removal from the service.
4–And yet, they are already plotting the next one. In the UK, fighting back tears, former UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock, who led the use of terror to enforce lockdowns, says he’s “profoundly sorry” for each COVID death and hopes lockdowns will be “much earlier” and “more stringent” during the next pandemic.
5–In other big news for holding Big Pharma accountable, a number of lawsuits are moving forward against Merck. Parents of children who killed themselves argue that the company knew its product was associated with suicide and neuropsychiatric problems. In recent years, the company was forced to put a black box warning about “suicide, depression, aggression, agitation, suicidal thoughts, and sleep disturbances.” Children’s Health Defense is working with parents. Children’s Health Defense’s RFK Jr. has been arguing for years that many of the chronic diseases and conditions afflicting US children—more than half of U.S. kids today have chronic illnesses—are due to childhood vaccines.
6–Explosive testimony on vax dangers just happened in the Pennsylvania legislature, testimony by tech entrepreneur turned health activist Steve Kirsch.
7–Just a couple of years ago, a biotech firm funded by Bill Gates started releasing genetically engineered mosquitoes in Florida. This week, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued an alert about malaria spreading in Florida for the first time in decades. Malaria, a potentially deadly disease caused by a mosquito-borne parasite, is making inroads into the U.S.
Five new cases of malaria—one in Texas and four in Florida—are alarming officials because they were locally acquired, meaning a mosquito in the U.S. was carrying the parasite.
That hasn’t happened since 2003 in Palm Beach County, Florida, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Almost all cases of malaria now seen in the U.S. are from people who traveled outside the country, where they were exposed to disease-carrying mosquitoes.
But these five new cases—seen in people who had not traveled abroad—raise fears that local mosquitoes could be spreading the disease to other people.
Symptoms include chills, fever, tiredness, headache, muscle aches, vomiting, diarrhea, and nausea, while anemia and jaundice—a yellowing of the skin and eyes—may also occur.
Conveniently, Bill Gates has a vaccine for this.
8–Reporters finally start asking questions of the Biden mouthpiece about Hunter Biden and corruption.
9–Biden’s woke military appointees are being held up by Sen. Tuberville. Air Force Gen. Charles Q. Brown, who was recently nominated to replace Gen. Mark Milley as the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, according to NBC News, Brown gained notoriety when he made a rare public statement on race in the midst of nationwide rioting and protests following George Floyd’s murder in 2020.
In August, Brown ordered the Air Force’s recruiting wing to cultivate an applicant pool that meets racial and gender percentage quotas, a memo shows. The order was meant to ultimately increase diversity in the Air Force itself.
“I hire for diversity,” he told Air and Space Forces Magazine in 2020.
Additionally, with Brown as chief of staff, the Air Force commissioned a racial disparity review focusing on African-Americans, along with a second study of disparities between people of other ethnicities/gender identities and white, heterosexual males, according to an interview with U.S. News.
10–JBS Alert on Ending Endless Wars: S. 1872, titled the “End Endless Wars Act,” is sponsored by U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY.) and cosponsored by Senators Mike Lee (R-UT), J.D. Vance (R-OH), and Mike Braun (R-IND.). If enacted, this bill would repeal the 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF), enacted by Congress one week after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
- 1872 is important because, under Article I, Section 8, Clause 11, of the U.S. Constitution, Congress, not the president, possesses the power to declare war. By adopting the 2001 AUMF, Congress unconstitutionally abdicated this power.
Furthermore, as Senator Paul noted in his press release, the 2001 AUMF was used to unconstitutionally drag the United States into multiple wars over two decades:
The 2001 AUMF was passed days after the attacks of 9/11 to bring the terrorists responsible to justice. The wording of the 2001 AUMF was precisely worded to authorize the President to make war on those who attacked us on 9/11 or anyone who harbored them. Not a word about making war on “associated forces.” Not a word on making war on their descendants. Not a word on making worldwide war on religious extremism. But that’s exactly what the 9/11/2001 AUMF has become—a catchall for permanent war.
Since its passage, presidential administrations of both parties have used the 2001 AUMF to justify wars in over 20 countries, from Afghanistan to Libya to Somalia to Yemen. By not repealing the 2001 AUMF, any president alone has the ability to decide where and when to engage in hostilities without congressional approval. The result has been thousands of lives lost and trillions of dollars spent in endless conflicts across the globe.
It is imperative that Congress follow the Constitution by reclaiming its constitutional powers. Ignoring the Constitution has cost the United States trillions of dollars and many lives unnecessarily lost.
Lots of big European news:
11–The Dutch will hand count ballots due to hacking fears. All ballots in the Netherlands’ election next month will be counted by hand in order to preserve confidence in the electoral system after reports suggested its automated counting systems may be vulnerable to hacking, the government said.
Intelligence agencies have warned that three crucial European elections this year, in the Netherlands, France, and Germany, could be vulnerable to manipulation by outside actors, including Russia.
“Reports in recent days about vulnerabilities in our systems raise the question of whether the results could be manipulated,” Interior Minister Ronald Plasterk said in a statement on Wednesday. “No shadow of doubt can be permitted.”
12–Norway implemented a wealth tax last year after a left-wing victory at the polls in 2021, and rich people are fleeing. The newspaper Dagens Naeringsliv reports that “More than 30 Norwegian billionaires and multimillionaires left Norway in 2022.” This was more than the total number of super-rich people who left the country during the previous 13 years, the paper added. Revenue actually declined. Norwegian Business School professor emeritus Ole Gjems-Onstad estimated that the wealthy Norwegians took with them a total fortune of $54 billion when they left. In 2022, Norway’s third-richest man, Kjell Inge Røkke, announced in an open letter to shareholders that he was moving to Lugano, Switzerland.
“My capital will continue working in Norway,” wrote the fishing magnate turned industrialist who launched his empire four decades ago with a 69-foot trawler he bought while saving money working on ships off the coast of Alaska.
Røkke, who Forbes estimates has a fortune of $5.1 billion, will cost the Norwegian government an estimated 175,000,000 kroner annually (roughly $16 million) with his departure.
13–Announcing Sweden’s new policy, Finance Minister Svantesson said, “This creates the conditions for nuclear power.”
“We need more electricity production, we need clean electricity, and we need a stable energy system.”
The environmental campaign group Net Zero Watch has welcomed the move. The group argues that the Swedish decision is “an important step in the right direction, implicitly acknowledging the low quality of unstable wind and solar, and is part of a general collapse of confidence in the renewable energy agenda pioneered in the Nordic countries and in Germany.”
14–Alternative for Germany grows to become the second-largest German party with 20% support.
15–As globalists introduce CBDCs around the world, UK political leader Nigel Farage is being denied a bank account by banks across the UK.