August 21, 2013
Wednesday: The Nightly News. Bradley Manning Sentenced To 35 Years For The Transparency We Were All Promised. Plus, Sgt. Joe Biggs On The Militarization Of The American Police Force.
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On The August 21, 2013 Broadcast of The Infowars Nightly News, Lee Ann McAdoo speaks with Sgt. Joe Biggs about the militarization of The United States Police Force.
Judge sentences Bradley Manning to 35 years.
NSA Has Ability to Illegally Spy On 75% of All Internet Traffic.
Dubious Chemical Weapons Attack In Syria Coincides With UN Visit.
Brainwashing Campaign: “Radiation Doesn’t Affect People who are Smiling”.
West Coast of North America to Be Hit Hard by Fukushima Radiation.
San Diego Craigslist Ad Searches for “Surveillance Role Players”.
'Act of Killing' movie review.
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On the Wednesday, August 21 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex breaks down the fierce push towards an invasion of Syria with the latest chemical weapons attack being blamed on president Bashaar Al-Assad's regime, instead of the repugnant al Qaeda-affiliated Free Syrian Army. Alex also breaks down the NSA's ever-expanding surveillance state as a recent Wall Street Journal article indicates the agency has the ability to monitor 75 percent of Internet traffic. Alex also analyzes the accelerating war on whistleblowers and gives updates on NSA leaker Edward Snowden's case, the UK's likely unlawful detainment of Guardian writer Glenn Greenwald's partner and former Army Pfc. Bradley Manning's sentencing of 35 years in prison for his leak of classified files to Wikileaks. On today's show, Alex welcomes the close friend of late Rolling Stone journalist Michael Hastings, Staff Sgt. Joe Biggs, to discuss the reporter's autopsy report which found small amounts of marijuana and amphetamine in his blood, but not enough to have impaired his driving at such low levels. - Watch now
NPR Morning Edition (for Tue Aug 20, 2013) filed a report following California agents confiscating guns “one by one” by using gun registration records. But what does it feel like to have loaded guns put in your face, be arrested and your guns confiscated? Joe Mendez was a victim of the program on Aug 7, 2013 and he posted a YouTube video describing what happened with surveillance footage. Mr. Mendez also talks about how he reported a meth lab in the hotel complex but was told that they didn’t have enough money to deal with it. But even in the midst of a budget crisis, California Governor Jerry Brown can find $24 Million more dollars to double the size of the program. And a bill is in Congress to provide funds for other states to follow this model. - Watch now