May 04, 2014
Sunday: The Alex Jones Show. Super Bugs, Smart Guns, And The Secretive Benghazi Fiasco.
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On the Sunday, May 4 worldwide broadcast of the Alex Jones Show, Jones delves into the MERS virus scare and discusses other new super-bugs threatening humanity's existence. Alex also sheds light on DARPA's plans to implant chips in soldiers' brains, and novel workaround approaches to banning firearms, including “smart guns” outfitted with biometric technologies. On today's show, we'll look at the various signs indicating the slow-motion economic collapse is accelerating, and we'll also play highlights from our recent bombshell interviews with Benghazi whistleblower and former CIA contract pilot Tosh Plumlee, who faces a Justice Department subpoena for his knowledge in covert government gun-running schemes.
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I read a shocking report that most Americans Cant even pass the Naturalization test to become a citizen. The Human Race is getting dumber and weaker. Now is it because of our Public Education system, fluoride in the water, chem-trails, mass vaccinations or GMO's. - Watch now
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Many domestic terror suspects had ties with federal authorities before their alleged attacks took place. Here we highlight a few examples from the 1993 World Trade Center bomber to the recent killings of Jewish in Kansas. - Watch now
A recent poll shows 59% of Americans believe the constitution is outdated. We take to the streets to find out if people agree and what, if any, rights should be altered. People were also informed about Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens who would like to change the constitution drastically, although he acknowledged that his proposed change would allow Congress to do something unthinkable in today's environment: ban gun ownership altogether. - Watch now