May 26, 2014
Monday: The Alex Jones Show. Infowars Investigates The VA's History Of Neglect.
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On this special Monday, May 26 Memorial Day edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex continues his coverage of the ongoing Veterans Affairs scandal as President Obama faces intense pressure for his response to the crisis. Infowars reporter and veteran SSG Joe Biggs was kicked out of the VA center in Austin, Texas after he tried to interview veterans about their medical care and he reports on both this incident and the scandal at large. Also, in a series of encore interviews, Alex talks to school shooting expert and former state trooper Wolfgang Halbig as well as Dr. Alveda King, the niece of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and technology expert and author Dr. Nick Begich.
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