May 17, 2013
Friday: Nightly News. Military Says No Presidential Authorization Needed To Quell “Civil Disturbances”
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On the May 17, 2013 Broadcast of The Infowars Nightly News, Jakari Jackson speaks with Chemtrail Whistleblower Kristen Meghan.
Military Says No Presidential Authorization Needed To Quell “Civil Disturbances”.
Ways and Means Committee Chairman: U.S. Tax System “Rotten at the Core”.
Second Top IRS Official Resigns Over Scandal – One Month Before Scheduled To Retire.
Private Security Force To Subject Bilderberg Protesters To Pat-Downs.
Second 'house of horrors' abortion clinic where doctor 'twisted heads off fetus'.
Robbers Shove Homeowner In Closet, Where He Kept His Guns.
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On the Friday, May 17 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex continues waging a full-frontal assault on the lies of the Obama administration, with new information regarding the IRS's targeting of conservative groups showing the IRS withheld knowledge of the scandal until after the 2012 elections. Alex also breaks down the erosion of posse comitatus as the Department of Defense issues new instructions allowing the military to quell large-scale, unexpected civil disturbances. We'll also cover pro-Second Amendment news mainstream outlets conveniently neglect to report. On today's show Alex welcomes the Saturday host of Coast to Coast AM, John B. Wells to examine the massive scandals engulfing the White House and the accelerating panic to demonize all opposing voices. - Watch now
IRS has been targeting Tea Party Groups and all Americans should be concerned about their Blatant abuse of power. Some Non-profit groups waited up to two years before they ever got correspondence from the IRS and were asked to provide insurmountable amounts of information - Watch now
On the Thursday, May 16 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex runs down the Obama administration's attempt to exclude and intimidate the establishment’s political opposition as scandals burgeon and Obama's handlers scurry around in damage control mode. He talks with writer and political columnist for The Washington Times, Joseph Curl, about Obama's cornucopia of scandal. Alex also takes a look at the Benghazi emails and the government's brazen surveillance of journalists. On today's broadcast, Alex welcomes filmmaker Kevin Booth to the show. Kevin talks about his latest film, American Drug War 2: Cannabis Destiny. Also on today' show, Alex talks with veteran political organizer, speaker, and writer Larry Pinkney in-studio. Mr. Pinkney is a veteran of the Black Panther Party, the former Minister of Interior of the Republic of New Africa, and a former political prisoner. - Watch now