August 22, 2013
Thursday:The Nightly News. The False Flag Narrative Unravels In Syria. Plus, Liberty Dropping Hip Hop Artist Cale Sampson On The Need For Louder Voices For Freedom.
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On The August 22, 2013 Broadcast Of The Infowars Nightly News, We speak with Canadian hip hop artist Cale Sampson about the emerging voice of liberty in music.
Expert: Chemical Weapons Victim Footage Appears “Set-Up”.
Syrian Chemical Attack “A Provocation Planned in Advance”.
Michael Hastings Feared His Mercedes Had Been Tampered With.
Pfc. Bradley Manning reveals plans to live life as woman, begin hormone therapy ‘as soon as possible’.
Obama DOJ Asks Court to Grant Immunity to George W. Bush For Iraq War.
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