SPECIAL: General Mike Flynn, USA (Ret) for Director of National Intelligence (DNI)

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ROBERT STEELE: There is only one person who is both totally committed to President Donald Trump and who has the brains and the balls to be the next Director of National Intelligence. His name is Mike Flynn. The time has come for him to come back into the fight.

Here are the five reforms he can implement in service to the President with results well in time to impact on the 2020 election:

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Phil Giraldi: A Tale of Two Walls — One Funded by the US Taxpayer in Israel, One Not Funded by Nancy Pelosi in the USA

07 Other Atrocities, 08 Immigration, 09 Justice, 11 Society, Corruption, Government

A Tale of Two Walls

Congress prefers the Israeli version [funded by the US taxpayer]

Phil Giraldi, Unz Review

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Robert Steele: How Our Military Can Help Defend the Border UPDATE 10: Wall Would Stop Export of US Kids for Pedophiles

Berto Jongman: Did Israel Murder or Sell into Pedophilia Slavery Yemenite Children Who Entered Israel?

06 Family, 07 Other Atrocities, 08 Immigration, 08 Wild Cards, Corruption, Government, Law Enforcement
Berto Jongman

State told to release 300,000 unpublished files on missing Yemenite children

Justice Minister Shaked orders police documents be produced; calls on two health and welfare organizations to publish any material they have

Disputed by scholars and seemingly refuted by three state commissions that examined the affair and concluded that most of the children had died, the case has kept resurfacing, not least because most of the families were not given their children’s bodies or informed of their burial places.