December 23, 2011
Tonight’s Friday, December 23, 2011 edition of the Infowars Nightly News focuses on new requests from Homeland Security for Congressional funding to massively expand TSA Checkpoints. It has been revealed that the existing 25 VIPR teams ran more than 9,300 unannounced highway checkpoints under its current budget of $110 million. Now, DHS wants to add 12 teams to the existing 25 and tack on an additional $24 million to fund its power-hungry police state. This is all above and beyond the numerous airport checkpoints run by TSA.
Later, in a groundbreaking interview, Infowars Nighly News host Rob Dew speaks with Don Browning, a K9 unit police officer for OKC, and Holland Van den Nieuwenhof, writer & producer for already classic exposé A Noble Lie. Browning, who found many living and dead in the Murrah rubble, discusses how he received thinly-veiled threats from the feds after he began asking questions about the inconsistencies he witnessed in part of a continuing series of interviews re-examining the official lies of the Oklahoma City Bombing, which paved the way for 9/11 and false flag events yet to come.
Infowars Nightly News will also focus on the latest attacks against Ron Paul, who is likely to win the January 3rd Iowa caucuses despite heavy-handed media smears. Meanwhile, the GOP’s beached whale candidate Newt Gingrich tried to smack the Texas Congressman with the accusation that Paul’s “volunteer base is people who want to legalize drugs.” Meanwhile, pundits in the mainstream media continue to de-emphasize the important of the nation’s leading primary, asserting that if Ron Paul wins Iowa, “we just take it out” of coverage in the media cycle, instead promising to focus on the (media defined) race between Gingrich & Romney.
Other news that will be covered includes:
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