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With Pete Hoekstra

PETE HOEKSTRA, Former Rep. (MI-2), served as Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Shillman Senior Fellow at the Investigative Project On Terrorism, author of the newly-released “Architects of Disaster: The Destruction of Libya”:

  • UN Human Rights Council Resolution 1618 and President Obama’s 2009 Cairo speech a signal of the US accepting Islamic supremacism
  • Looking at the disastrous results of the Arab Spring
  • The possibility of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi aligning with the United States


  • Gaddafi’s willingness to dismantle Libya’s WMD program
  • Replacing US-friendly dictators with Islamic supremacists: the worst of the bad
  • Muslim Brotherhood influence on the Obama administration
  • Hillary Clinton’s unwillingness to assist Gaddafi after surrendering power


  • Exploring cover ups in the Benghazi attacks of September 11, 2012
  • Submitting to the Sharia agenda of the Benghazi jihadist
  • Gaddafi’s ouster segueing the immigration crisis in Europe


  • Danger of terrorists infiltrating the US through refugee resettlement programs
  • Muslim Brotherhood’s civilization jihad against the US
  • How political correctness cripples American military training


  • The intelligence community’s failures in the Middle East
  • Politicization of intelligence over the past decade
  • Importance of the interrogation process at Guantanamo Bay
  • Need for Congressional Oversight to fix the intelligence community
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