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Mahgdalen Rose is a nineteen year old social media vlogger, influencer and Author of “I can Hear You: the story of a not yet born human being“. She is a life-long young conservative who went to high school in Massachusetts during the 2016 presidential election, and defended Trump in her class rooms and debate tournaments. She then joined Twitter and became politically active after the Parkland shooting, as she was disappointed with how little young conservative leaders had done to fight back against young liberal leaders. Mahgdalen did not want the Young Liberals like David Hogg to gain ground and advance their agenda.
Robyn Gritz was an FBI Supervisory Special Agent for more than 16 years, specializing in Counterterrorism, Overseas Abductions, and Weapons of Mass Destruction. Since leaving federal service, she has become actively involved in exposing corruption in our federal government. A veteran of hundreds of complex, high-profile FBI and interagency operations/investigations, she is currently working on her first book. Robyn is actively involved in uncovering and reporting the ongoing discrimination and retaliation against Equal Employment Opportunity complainants and whistleblowers within the US Intelligence Community. She speaks with hundreds of whistleblowers from numerous federal, state, and local agencies. Robyn advises numerous lawmakers on Capitol Hill, works with the Report for the President, and she is a Senior Fellow at the London Center for Policy Research. Her story has been told through appearances and articles shared through numerous mainstream and independent media outlets. Her goal is to ensure all whistblowers – they are not alone, to establish a funding mechanism into current whistleblower laws, and to end the regular practice of retaliation for standing up for the truth. She believes these critical goals will then serve to reduce or even end the crisis of whistleblower suicides.
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