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Bill Gertz | Trevor Loudon

Bill Gertz

Peter Barry Chowka is in his 58th year of reporting on national news… read more

Trevor Loudon

Darrell Y. Hamamoto, Ph.D. is a professor emeritus at the University of California… read more

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• Bill Gertz

Bill Gertz is an internationally recognized national security journalist, currently National Security Correspondent for The Washington Times (www.washingtontimes.com). And the author of “Deceiving the Sky, Inside China’s Drive for Global Supremacy.”

He is the author of eight books, four of which were national bestsellers. His most current publication, How China’s Communist Party Made the World Sick, is an exploratory essay exposing that the suppression of Chinese doctors and scientists genuinely eager to, Do no harm were in fact harmed themselves and that this virus…just didn’t happen by itself. But why?…

Vyachaslav Trubnikov, head of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service, once called him a “tool of the CIA” after writing an article exposing Russian intelligence operations in the Balkans.
Read more here: https://gertzfile.com/bio.html

• Trevor Loudon

Trevor Loudon is an author, filmmaker, and public speaker from Christchurch, New Zealand. For more than 30 years, he has researched radical left, Marxist and terrorist movements and their covert influence on mainstream politics.

Trevor Loudon’s thesis is that what is commonly regarded as the mainstream political policy is driven and guided by hidden subversive elements. The Democratic party’s consistent defunding of the US military, Obamacare, the Iran Nuclear Deal, normalization of relations with Cuba, Islamic refugee re-settlement, $15 minimum wage, fracking bans, pipeline shutdowns, and the push for illegal alien amnesty are all consistent with far-left and Islamist agendas.

Trevor Loudon believes that these forces must be exposed and countered, as America’s continued role as a bastion of freedom is pivotal for Western civilization’s future.

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