Thursday February 2, 2017
Tonight on The Hagmann and Hagmann Report…
In hour one evening, we are super stoked to engage Chad B., founder and host of one of the hottest new YouTube platforms out there, Insurgency Broadcasting. Chad is young, smart and wickedly energetic. He is of Lebanese descent and has a perspective on the Islamic invasion and deception that you would be wise to pay close attention to. If you have enjoyed hearing from our recent Millennial citizen journalists then you are going to love Chad.
Hour two this evening is one of the most profoundly historic blessings that we have received in the history of the Hagmann and Hagmann Report. At 8:00pm EST, please welcome former Secret Service Agent to five presidents, including former First Lady, Jackie Kennedy, Mr. Clint Hill.
Mr Hill is the last surviving member of the JFK Presidential Detail who rode those horrific miles on the Stimmons Freeway between Dealy Plaza and Parkland Memorial Hospital on Friday November 22, 1963.
We are equally blessed that Mr Hill will be accompanied by Lisa McCubbin, who co-authored his brilliant publication, Five Presidents.
Clint Hill and Lisa will cover the tragedy in Dallas but we are in store for so much more, as Mr. Hill’s career spanned five Presidential Administrations from President Dwight D Eisenhower through Richard M Nixon. Agent Hill concluded his service as the Director of Vice Presidential Protective Detail for then Vice President Spiro Agnew.
Promptly at 9:00pm EST we are joined by founder and National Director of Oath Keepers, Mr Stewart Rhodes. We originally scheduled Mr Rhodes to present his point of view and share his thoughts with all of you regarding lawfare. Stewart holds a degree in Constitutional Law from Yale and is a former US Army Airborne Ranger.
We will see you this evening at 7:00 pm EST. The Hagmann and Hagmann Report broadcasts live on three platforms. The link to our program can be found here.
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