Infowars Reporters Millie Weaver and Lee Ann McAdoo discuss the little-known phenomenon of human trafficking of sex slaves among the elite echelons of society.
Alex Jones breaks down what’s really happening with Donald Trump and whether or not he’s betraying his principles.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis Assures the US that tensions with Russia will not spiral out of control, while simultaneously pointing warships at North Korea and threatening further action in Syria. What happened to the Trump that was against getting in to new world wars?
Navy vet Jack Posobiec says his source – who accurately predicted the Syria strike – told him the Trump administration is about to launch an attack on North Korea.
Lee Ann McAdoo and Rob Dew watch President Trump’s press conference about NATO, and reveal information suggesting that the Syrian chemical attack was a false flag carried out by Saudi Arabia.
The USS Carl Vinson carrier battle group is entering Korean waters as the tension generated by North Korean threats of nuclear war and the U.S. military reaches a heightened level. As of March 16 2017, the deployment of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense anti
In this off the cuff interview Michael Savage begs Donald Trump to not plunge the world into another world war which may destroy life as we know it.
The Pentagon released this map hours after 59 tomahawk missiles were unleashed on the Syrian air base where the chemical weapon plane originated from. Now officials are taking it one step further, as they look into whether the Russians may have played a part in
The more things change the more they stay the same. InfoWars takes a look back at the first chemical attack in Syria in 2013 and compares it to the latest attack in 2017.
That Was Then and This Is Now. Infowars looks at Gulf War propaganda compared to today’s establishment push to go to war with Syria and Russia.
April 9th, 2017 – Alex Jones
Alex Jones reports on developments in Syria following Trump’s Tomahawk attack, and the mainstream media rats itself out by exposing their own hidden agenda to supporting the conflict.
Trump shows he is willing to act forcefully and quickly as airstrikes represent first time a U.S. military operation deliberately targeted regime of President Bashar al-Assad. But supporters are at odds with this surprise strike as it is at odds with his campaign rhetoric.