Brannon Howse: November 13, 2020

Guest: Jeffrey Nyquist and Brazilian journalist Allan dos Santos. Topic: Allan dos Santos joins us to explain that some of the same machines used in Venezuela and in corrupt and Communist dominated countries are being used in the US. Topic: Brannon first begins the program discussing the pressure he has received to not interview people or talk about the HAMMER-Scorecard software from people tied to the intelligence community. Why would the CIA or other intelligence agencies want to protect this tool? Are some within the intelligence community afraid of the American people learning about their high crimes and treason and demanding an investigation and consequences? Brannon again warns that not everyone in conservative media is who you think they are and they are not first and foremost committed to America but protecting who funds them, controls them or for whom they really work. Topic: There is a long history of the CIA controlling members of the media and promoting their own agenda above what is best for the U.S.A. and the American people. Topic There is clearly a war being waged behind the scenes between patriots in the intelligence arena and military and those not first and foremost committed to America. Topic: Allan dos Santos joins us to discuss how he had to flee Brazil because he was speaking truth, exposing the Communists and supporting candidate, and the President, Jair Bolsonaro on his extremely large media platform. President Bolsonaro has taken on the Communists and has been called, by some, the Brazilian version of President Trump. Allan dos Santos explains how Brazil is working to make “fake news” a crime. Topic: We take your calls.

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