Pompeo: ‘No Apologies’ for Alleged Plan To Kill Assange

Former Secretary of State and CIA Director Mike Pompeo has responded to a recent Yahoo News investigation detailing Trump Administration plans to kidnap or kill Wikileaks founder Julian Assange that he makes “no apologies” for whatever measure his agency planned to take to safeguard “sensitive information.” Also today: new public opinion data carries some bad news for President Biden. Watch today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

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Afghanistan War (Almost) Over… Did They Die in Vain?

After 20 years and countless thousands of deaths on both sides, it is time for the most difficult questions to be asked about the US war on Afghanistan. Did they all die in vain? Also today, with this war over, the Washington war machine is cranking up more enemy narratives. On today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

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Guess Who’s The Taliban’s Biggest Weapons Supplier?

The lightening-fast Taliban takeover of Afghanistan has left billions of dollars of US weapons scattered around the country for the taking. And this doesn’t just mean rifles or handguns. After 20 years of fighting them, the US has turned into the Taliban’s biggest weapons supplier. But the US arms merchants got paid…

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Should We Blame Biden for Afghan War Loss?

The race is on to blame Biden for the dramatic fall of Saigon…er…Kabul over the weekend. Politicos who’ve been most responsible for the 20 year disaster continuing are now pointing fingers elsewhere. The truth is there is plenty of blame to go around…but will we finally learn the lessons? Also today, new threats according to Homeland Security…you’ll never guess what they are? On today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

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Ron Paul: Biden Claims Bombing Syria and Iraq Is a ‘Defensive’ Move. What?

Over the weekend President Biden ordered US airstrikes on Syrian and Iraqi territory. The Administration claims that bombing countries 6,000 miles away who could not pose a threat to the US if they wanted was a “defensive” move. One problem: US troops are illegally occupying Syria and the bombing was unequivocally condemned by the Iraqi government. So…“defense”…or aggression? On today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

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