The host Cliff Stewart, Lisa Stewart and Lamont Banks will be Shining a Spotlight on Capitol Hill & Congressman Pedro Pierluisi, who serves on the House Judiciary Committee, and is a member of the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security, and Investigations, and the Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security. He also serves on the House Natural Resources Committee, and is a member of the Subcommittee on Indian, Insular and Alaska Native Affairs, and the Subcommittee on Federal Lands.
The guest was David Shurter, who was born into a Luciferian family and was tortured in the MK Ultra program as a sex slave until the age of 10. David was involved the the Franklin Scandal in Omaha, Nebraska because the key players were his parent’s friends. The Franklin scandal involved a network of pedophile rings in Nebraska and Washington DC, that traded children to top politicians and wealthy people for sexual abuse, human trafficking, drug trafficking and blackmail. One of the people who raped David was the now deceased Supreme Court Justice, Anthony Scalia.
There are many legal activities we can partake in that aren’t exactly healthy decisions, but our government has no say in how frequently we do them or if we’re doing them to excess. For instance, as Americans, we can buy and consume as much alcohol as we want, we can smoke as many cigarettes as we want, and we can eat as much fast food as we want. …
The guest was David Shurter, who was born into a practicing Luciferian family in Omaha, Nebraska. He was tortured in the MK Ultra program until the age of 10, after he was forced to light a man on fire. David was involved with the key players of the Franklin Scandal in Omaha because they were his parent’s friends. The scandal involved a network of pedophile rings in Nebraska and Washington DC, that traded young children to wealthy people and politicians in for sexual abuse, human trafficking, drug trafficking and blackmail.
Conchita Sarnoff is the executive director of the Alliance to Rescue Victims of Trafficking, a non profit organization based in Washington DC with a mission to increase political and public awareness about human trafficking and child sex trafficking in particular. A large part of the organization’s work is rescue girls between the ages of 6 and 12 in North America. She broke the story in 2010 about billionaire Jeffrey Epstein’s pedophilia ring. She has been a contributor to the Financial Times, Latin America Herald Tribune, the Huffington Post, Daily Beast and other publications and has appeared as a television commentator on NBC, Fox, ABC, Russia TV among others. Conchita graduated from Columbia University with a degree in political science and received additional credentials from the Harvard Business School. This month she published her book “Trafficking” – which takes a hard look at the underground of child sex trafficking and highlights the case of Jeffrey Epstein, a close confidante of Bill Clinton. Her websites are ConchitaSarnoff.com and ATRVT.org
Charmaine White Face is the Coordinator for an environmental organization called Defenders of the Black Hills. She is also an elder of the Oglala Band of the people who speak the Lakota language of the Great Sioux Nation. She is the Spokesperson for the Sioux Nation Treaty Council which advocates for the enforcement of the 1868 Fort Laramie Treaty. Today, she will be talking about a recent trip to Washington, DC, where she spoke about “homegrown” radioactive pollution covering the United States.
It is well known to Washington political observers that politicians invited to speak at the annual, giant AIPAC convention ask for suggested talking points from this powerful pro-Israeli government lobby. Hillary Clinton’s pandering speech must have registered close to 100% on AIPAC’s checklist. Of course, both parties pander to AIPAC to such depths of similar obeisance that reporters have little …
Eleanor LeCain discusses stopping terrorism and promoting peace with Barbara Wien, a world leader in peace education and teacher at American University in Washington, DC.
Cuban diplomat Miguel Farga discusses Cuban society and government, and makes the case for Congress to end the US trade embargo against Cuba. Miguel Farga is First Secretary of the Cuban embassy in Washington, DC.