Greg McCarron on Alex Jones/Infowars; Scott Bennett forecasts Trump era; Henry Makow on Trump-Masonic tag team

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Alex Jones loves Trump - and Bibi Netanyahu!
First half-hour: Greg McCarron discusses the Alex Jones/Infowars/Breitbart/Drudge "alt right" connection to the incoming Trump Administration, and the "fake news" issue, exemplified by: This Guy Tricked Infowars Into Publishing A Completely Fake Report On Trump. We'll also discuss my debate challenge to Alex Jones. (Greg McCarron appeared earlier on Truth Jihad Radio to discuss "Max Blumenthal finds Abby Martin not guilty of 9/11 truth." )

Scott Bennett
Next half-hour:  Whistleblowing counter-terror expert Dr. Scott Bennett, formerly of the U.S. Army 11th Psychological Operations Battalion, joins us to speculate about what the Trump Era may bring. Scott has been on this show several times, and has served as occasional commentator on False Flag Weekly News.

Henry Makow
Second hour: Dr. Henry Makow writes: "A pattern reminiscent of pre-war Germany has emerged in the US and Europe. There is intensifying conflict between 'Left' (globalism) and 'Right,' (nationalism) which are each backed by a Masonic Jewish faction, Communism and Zionism. These two in fact are one."

Henry Makow, Ph.D., is the inventor of the board game Scruples, and the author of A Long Way to go for a Date, the story of his courtship and marriage to a young Filipina. He was born in Switzerland and raised in Canada. At the age of 11 he began writing a syndicated advice-to-parents column "Ask Henry." It ran in 50 newspapers in the early 1960s, leading to appearances on the Jack Paar Show and To Tell the Truth. In 1984, he invented Scruples, a game of moral dilemmas which was translated into five languages and sold seven million copies worldwide. He received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982, and lives in Winnipeg.

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