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The Politicalization of the FBI

With Rep. Scott Perry, Amb. Yoram Ettinger, Bill Gertz and George Rasley

REP. SCOTT PERRY, Represents the 4th District of Pennsylvania, Member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Member of the Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific, Member of the Committee on Homeland Security:

  • Implications of SPLC member serving as witness in Homeland Security hearing
  • Jim Jordan questions Director Wray regarding politicization of FBI
  • Peter Strzok’s role in Clinton investigation


  • The Muslim Brotherhood and the downfall of Western civilization
  • The civil affairs mission in Africa
  • President Trump’s Jerusalem embassy decision
  • The resignation of Rep. Trent Frank

AMB. YORAM ETTINGER, Former Minister for Congressional Affairs at Israel’s Embassy in D.C., Consultant to Israeli and U.S. Legislators:

  • Why the Jerusalem embassy move is a win for both the U.S. and Israel
  • How U.S. posture of deterrence is critical to ensure survival of pro-American Arab regimes
  • Hamas call for new Intifada against Israel

BILL GERTZ, Senior editor at the Washington Free Beacon, Inside the Ring columnist at the Washington Times, Author of iWar: War and Peace in the Information Age (2016):

  • Consequences of the politicization of the FBI
  • Willful blindness of the Bureau regarding the Sharia supremacist threat
  • Erik Prince’s recent testimony before the House Intelligence Committee

GEORGE RASLEY, Editor of Conservative HQ:

  • The Hillary Clinton campaign team now doing business as the Special Council
  • Peter Strzok’s role in Clinton investigation
  • The future of DACA

Venezuela’s Latest Election Fraud

With Rep. Scott Perry, Gordon Chang, Russ Dallen and Luis Fleischman

REP. SCOTT PERRY, Represents the 4th District of Pennsylvania, Member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Member of the Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific, Member of the Committee on Homeland Security:

  • Informal hearing on House IT Scandal
  • Why won’t the House leadership hold a formal hearing or investigation?
  • Iranian backed militia’s violent seizure of oil fields in Kurdish territory

GORDON CHANG, Forbes.com Columnist, World Affairs Journal Blogger, The Daily Beast Contributor:
Implications of strategic partnership between Iran and North Korea

  • Public rifts between President Trump and Secretary of State Tillerson
  • Is the JCPOA in the best interest of our national security?
  • How China is the United States’ principle adversary

RUSS DALLEN, President and Editor in Chief at the Latin American Herald Tribune, Head of the international investment bank, Caracas Capital Markets, Served as President of Venezuela’s “The Daily Journal”:

  • Fraudulent election results in Caracas
  • European sanctions on Venezuela

LUIS FLEISCHMAN, Advisor for the Menges Hemispheric Security Project at the Center for Security Policy, Author of “Latin America in the Post-Chavez Era: The Threat to U.S. Security”, Adjunct Professor at Florida Atlantic University:

  • Consequences of recent elections in Venezuela
  • How sanctions will aid in forcing Maduro’s regime out
  • The Nicaraguan Investment Conditionality Act
  • Why we should support Kurdish independence
  • Possibility of Israeli-Iranian War

Rep. Scott Perry: Designate the Brotherhood a Terrorist Organization

Scott Perry served three terms as a Pennsylvania State Representative. He was elected as the United States Representative of the 4th Congressional District in 2013. He serves on the Committees on Transportation and Infrastructure, Foreign Affairs, and Homeland Security.


Welcome to Secure Freedom Radio. This is Frank Gaffney, your host and guide for what I think of as an intelligence briefing for the war on the free world. There is a man in congress who I have established has uncommon intelligence, a wealth of experience and innate leadership skills to bring them to bare for the country’s well being. He is doing it these days on Capitol Hill representing the people of the fourth district of Pennsylvania. His name is representative Scott Perry, but he also goes by Brigadier General Scott Perry, United States Reserves. He has experienced a lot in time and combat in the kinetic and political kind and it’s always a delight to have him with us. He is on the Committee on Foreign Affairs in the House and a member of the Homeland Security Committee and in the latter committee he chairs the oversight subcommittee.   Thanks so much for joining us it is good to have you back.


Thank you Frank, I’m privileged to be here and your too kind with that, that’s a length intro


All true and well deserved. You have been one of the few members of congress who has picked up on   something that seems to me cries out for close congressional scrutiny. Namely this business of Skolkovo and what Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton were doing in that connection. Could you talk to me a little bit about what you know and whether this is something that ought to be rigorously investigated, more so than congress has done so far.


There’s no doubt it ought to be rigorously investigated. When Secretary Clinton was the Secretary in the Obama administration, I guess the easiest way to put it is that the U.S. engaged with Russia in a program where we encouraged our tech companies, you can think of normal commuting, software, etc, to invest in in Russia,  in a place called Skolkovo, the Russian Silicon Valley . We were encouraging our American tech companies to invest in not only dollars but technology in Russia, such that even patents that were made in this place after the investments were made to this company. There is a lot of money involved, John Podesta is involved, there are Shell accounts in the Caribbean involved. The Clinton Global Foundation is involved. And there’s a strong sense that there is money laundering. There is certainly evidence to lead everyone to believe that Mr. Podesta falsified his ethics and his reporting statements regarding money received from foreign governments.


But let me ask you, in your capacity, General, as a military man, one of the particularly alarming things is that your service, the U.S. army, identified this operation as an overt tech transfer or for that matter theft, and among the tech transferred, you mentioned some high tech info tech and so on, but were Hypersonic rocket engine technologies, which are the kinds of things now pointed at us, in a modern and dangerous nuclear arsenal.


You are absolutely right Frank. The U.S. military and others alarmed and informed the government and said it was a security issue; this technology transfer, this policy. Let us set aside political implications regarding Clinton foundation and Mr. Podesta and all of that stuff. There were national security issues which were grave and that was just overlooked and when you look at hypersonic, the engines, for cruse missiles etc., and realize that right now China, and I’m not sure the confirmation of Russia, but certainly China, has that weapon capability over the horizon, on their ships, were now outmatch and outclass the U.S. Navy. That is happening right now. So I think at some point the connection could be made that we aided and embedded, we essentially transferred that technology to our enemies who are now using it against us.


Well they haven’t used it yet but certainly in a position to do so at will which is really alarming. Especially as you know, General, these are technologies that are designed to overcome our missile defenses, which is an ominous thing. Hey, let me ask you about something else before we run out of time. Our guest is Congressman Scott Perry, representing the fourth district of Pennsylvania. You did in your role as Chairman of Oversight Subcommittee of Homeland Committee in the House, I consider one of the most important hearings to date certainly since 9/11, about the Muslim Brotherhood and the willful blindness we saw so much of during the Obama years in regard to that dangerous group. There was a document obtained by Judicial Watch, involving a woman I’ve been very concerned about with extensive ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, Huma Abedin, who was one of Clintons top aids as you know. Her mother is a prominent figure in the Muslim Sisterhood, the counterpart to the Brotherhood, and apparently this interchange between them involved Huma soliciting advice from her mother about who the US should appoint to be its rep to a group called the organization of Islamic cooperation , another Sharia supremacist deal. Given your understanding about what we are up against, in terms of this sharia supremacist enterprise known as the Brotherhood, how serious a problem does this and their stealth jihad more generally represent as you see it?


I think it’s a serious problem and the more serious problem is not their secrecy and their covert activity, literally their actions and activities are fairly overt. It’s the acceptance on the part of people involved in state craft and policy making of the Brotherhood and their mission. And the continue apologies of such, when Ive asked the Secretary of State, the Ambassador to the United Nations, various Committee Chairmen, every individual I have asked why we are not designating them as a terrorist organization or something along that line, there’s always some apology like where, ‘We have to deal with them, they’re embedded in different governments and there’s different places on the spectrum,’ and so forth, to which I say, they all have the same mission, the same goal in mind. And whether the means are different is irrelevant to me. Their interest in the United States is the downfall of our governance.


Couldn’t be more explicit about it either.


That’s exactly right. It seems to me this should be an easy choice, but I cant convince colleagues that this is what needs to be done.


Well I hope you will persist in it sir. Your leadership is desperately needed, we are here to help you and always welcome the chance to talk with you and collaborate as well. Let me ask you if I could quickly about two issues you’ve been involved with recently in the deliberation on the house floor about the National Defense Authorization act. One, your own amendment to try to get DOD out of climate change business. And two, the amend offered by Rep. Vicky Haltzer, about transgenders getting their sex change operation paid for by the military’s overstretched healthcare budget.


Those two amendments were offered on the National Defense Authorization Act. Unfortunately with republicans in charge of the house, we could not garner enough votes to have them passed, so as it stands right now, DOD will be doing climate change studies and reporting and the American taxpayer, through the DOD, will be paying for individuals that enlist in the military and then desire a gender reassignment surgery. So we had two amendments, one was mine on climate change, the other Vicky Hartzler on transgender issue. On mine in particular, I am not saying climate change isn’t real, that it shouldn’t be studied, that its not an issue, I’m not saying a lot of things. All I am saying that the appropriate place to do it isn’t DOD, we have stretched dollars for national security, we are twenty trillion in debt and we are trying to bolster U.S. military. The last thing I want to do is have officers, soldiers, service members, have another thing to deal with that takes them away from keeping their eye on defeating the enemies of the us and securing our liberties. On the transgender issue, Duncan Hunter said it very well and succinctly: ‘Look if you want to be a man and you are a woman that’s fine, and if you are a man and want to be a woman we accept that too. But decide to do that before your join the military, that shouldn’t be a burden, that DOD or American taxpayers pay for.’ Again, we have scarce resources and we want to make sure all those resources are going into the fight. We don’t accept members into military if you have a neck tattoo I don’t see a human cry to have the taxpayer pay for the removal of a neck tattoo, so that you might join the military. But yet, we have made this provision. And as Republicans, we could not garner enough support for those two amendments or the [inaudible] Amendment, which quite honestly, informs us on how to defeat Islamic radicalism which seems to be in my mind and estimation a place we are fighting in a lot of the world. It seems to be an easy vote but on all three of those votes, Frank , when they were defeated on the floor, the other side was cheering, and I’m thinking to myself, you’re cheering against your nation.


And our national security to boot. Congressman, we have to leave it at that. There is so much more to talk about, I appreciate your leadership on these efforts and I keep have myself wondering, where is the rest of the leadership in terms of whipping on these votes and making sure we do the right thing for our military men and women. God bless you sir, keep it up and come back to us soon.

Tech Transfers to Russia Through Skolkovo

With Rep. Scott Perry (PA-4), Diana West, Harold Rhode and Daniel Horowitz

REP. SCOTT PERRY (PA-4), Member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Member of Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific, Member of Committee on Homeland Security:

  • Why Skolovo needs rigorous investigation
  • Huma Abedin’s ties to Muslim Sisterhood
  • Why is the DOD reviewing climate change?

DIANA WEST, Nationally Syndicated Columnist, Blogger at Dianawest.net, author of American Betrayal and Death of the Grown Up:

  • Is President Trump’s effort to improve relations with Russia a sign of weakness?
  • The Skolkovo Foundation
  • A bipartisan effort amongst political elites to hinder the Trump Administration

HAROLD RHODE, Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Gatestone Institute, Former Turkish Desk Officer at the US Department of Defense, author of Modern Islamic Warfare:

  • How Modern Islamic Warfare explains the current crisis and terrorism
  • Explanation of the divide between Sunni and Shiite Muslims
  • The Temple Mount in Israel attack last week
  • How weakness by Western nations is seen by Arab nations

DANIEL HOROWITZ, Senior editor at Conservative Review, Author of Stolen Sovereignty, Former Policy Director for the Madison Project:

  • Lack of leadership and conviction from the Republican Party
  • Congress’ inaction on the JCPOA
  • Federal district and appeals court rewriting laws and SCOTUS decisions

Obama’s Parting Betrayal of Israel

With Senator James Inhofe, Caroline Glick, Rep. Scott Perry and Ingrid Carlqvist

SENATOR JAMES INHOFE (R-OK), Member of the U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, Senior Member of the U.S. Armed Services Committee:

  • General Mattis’ confirmation hearing for defense secretary
  • Should we take a hardline against Russia?
  • Rebuilding infrastructure in the next administration

CAROLINE GLICK, Director of the David Horowitz Freedom Center’s Israel Security Project, Adjunct Senior Fellow for Middle Eastern Affairs at the Center for Security Policy:

  • What is in store for Israel at the Paris Peace Conference?
  • Will Obama go as far as recognizing a Palestinian state?
  • Advice for Donald Trump

REP. SCOTT PERRY (PA-4), Member of the House Foreign Affairs and Homeland Security Committees:

  • Obama’s willful blindness
  • Designating the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization
  • The President’s shameful abstention from the recent anti-Israel U.N. resolution

INGRID CARLQVIST, Journalist and author based in Sweden:

  • The Arab gang rape “Taharrush” phenomenon in Sweden
  • Media’s black out of the migrant sexual assault crisis

The Fight for Mosul

With Rep. Scott Perry, Tom Rogan, Rep. Duncan Hunter and Bill Gertz

REP. SCOTT PERRY (PA-4) Member of the House Foreign Affairs and Homeland Security Committees:

  • Did Hillary’s server create the largest security breach in State Department history?
  • Presidential Study Directive 11
  • North Korean and Iranian nuclear threats

TOM ROGAN, Columnist for National Review and Opportunity Lives, Senior Fellow at the Steamboat Institute:

  • The Battle for Mosul
  • Shiite retribution against Sunni populations freed from ISIS rule
  • Rising power of Hezbollah in Lebanon
  • Emerging Shiite crescent

REP. DUNCAN HUNTER (CA-50), Member of the House Transportation and Infrastructure and Armed Services Committee:

  • Liberation of Mosul
  • Palatir Lawsuit Againts US Army
  • Women in frontline combat

BILL GERTZ, Senior Editor at the Washington Free Beacon, Inside the Ring columnist at the Washington Times:

  • The latest major Russian nuclear exercise
  • Is Moscow preparing for a nuclear war?
  • Dyn Cyber Attack
  • J-2 intelligence directorate report on Chinese computer gear

The Insanity of Bringing Gitmo Detainees to America

The Obama administration is still defying common sense by continuing to push for the closure of Guantanamo Bay and the transfer of detainees to the United States.

Frank Gaffney recently discussed the issue on Secure Freedom Radio with Congressman Scott Perry of Pennsylvania who serves on the House Homeland Security Committee.

Perry held a hearing last month on the subject of closing Guantanamo and Gaffney asked him to comment on the subject:

“There are huge ramifications to moving those prisoners, those detainees… there’s no upside to this that we can tell. The other thing is – and if you watch the hearing you can tell – it’s a little bit long but especially if you get to the end, my questioning of a particular individual brought to the panel, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress named Ken Gude, when I looked into his background… No Frank, this guy, this gentleman has a degree in history and that’s his entire qualification for having been the individual who wrote the executive order to close Guantanamo and continues to be cited as an expert in that arena and in my questioning, it was determined, number one that he has zero qualifications other than – I can’t remember but I’m going to paraphrase – he watches TV and he’s interested in the issue and he’s making statements on it and has an opinion on it. Those are his qualifications, he has no military background, he has no national security background, he has no diplomatic background yet he’s advising the president on issues of national security and strategic national policy. I think that should be concerning to every American.”

Perry suggests that Gude is just a guy who has the message the administration wants to send but that they have no data to back up their position.

Gaffney then switched gears and asked Perry to weigh in on the possibility of an attack on our electric grid and the consequences of such a thing. Perry brought up the fact that the EPA is playing a role in this issue which doesn’t help:

“Nobody can predict exactly how much or when this could occur but the fact is that it could occur whether it was through a cyber attack, whether it’s through EMT, whether that’s naturally occurring or whether it’s by an enemy – a state or non-state actors, we don’t know but we must be prepared, number one. Being prepared doesn’t include closing power plants jus for the sake of the EPA without any plan to make up the difference in that portion of the grid and what’s apparent to me is that they haven’t considered that and they have no plan and they don’t have any data to support those decisions.”

At the end of their discussion, Gaffney asked Perry to comment on the recent revelation that Obama adviser Ben Rhodes – a man with a background in writing fiction – admitted lying to congress about the Iran Deal. Perry responded:

“ For lying on public policy, I almost think that would be considered a fraud. Maybe not only should he resign but maybe he should be prosecuted.”

Perry then went on to suggest that this deal keeps getting worse and worse.

Truer words were never said.

Obama Advisor Admits the Administration Lied About the Iran Deal

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With Rep. Scott Perry, Dan Cadman, Diana West and Michael S. Smith II

Rep. SCOTT PERRY (PA-4), Member of the House Homeland Security Committee:

  • Ramifications of moving Guantanamo detainees to the U.S.
  • Vulnerability of the electric grid to EPA regulations
  • Should Ben Rhodes, Deputy National Security advisor, resign for lying about the Iran nuclear deal?

DAN CADMAN, Fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies

  • Obama’s immigration legacy
  • Is there a “right-to-migrate”?
  • Violent crime in sanctuary cities

DIANA WEST, author of “Death of the Grown Up”:

  • New London Mayor’s Islamist ties
  • Vladimir Bukovsky suing British government
  • Feud Between Speaker Paul Ryan and Donald Trump

MICHAEL S. SMITH II, Co-Founder and COO of Kronos Advisory, Contributing expert to the Congressional Anti-Terrorism Caucus:

  • Twitter enabling ISIS propaganda and recruitment
  • Islamic State hit list on ordinary Americans

ISIS’ Desire to Bring Down the U.S. Grid

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With Rep. Scott Perry, Diana West, Rep. Ted Poe, Morgan Chalfant

Rep. SCOTT PERRY (PA-4), Member of the House Homeland Security Committee:

  • Reaction to Obama’s State of the Union Address
  • American awareness to the ‘enemy within’
  • Threat to the electric grid posed by the Islamic State
  • Prospects for finding the truth regarding Benghazi

DIANA WEST, author of “Death of the Grown Up”:

  • Effects of the Hijra on Europe
  • Koran’s teaching of ‘Sexual Jihad’
  • Shifting power of European politics
  • Demographic transformation of Los Angeles

Rep. TED POE (TX-2), Member of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs:

  • President Obama’s failure to address terrorism in the State of the Union address
  • ISIS social media recruitment
  • Twitter’s new restrictions on hate speech
  • Iranian nuclear deal nearing implementation day

MORGAN CHALFANT, Reporter at the Washington Free Beacon:

  • Update on the ten American sailors held by Iran
  • Marine Corps study about women in combat
  • Surge of unaccompanied minors illegally crossing the border

The Self-Defeating Summit

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With Charles Jacobs, Katharine Gorka, Andy McCarthy, Rep. Scott Perry

Dr. CHARLES JACOBS, Founder of Americans for Peace and Tolerance:

  • President Obama’s “Countering Violent Extremism” summit to kick off tomorrow at the White House and State Department
  • Boston, Minneapolis, and Los Angeles touted as models of proper cooperation between the government and Muslim-American communities
  • Is Boston an example of Obama’s foreign policy on American soil?
  • Combating acts of jihad inside the U.S. by community-police cooperation

KATHARINE GORKA, Co-Founder of the Council on Global Security,

  • President Obama’s comments regarding the murder of twenty-one Egyptian Coptic Christians
  • The U.S. information warfare campaign against ISIS and the broader global jihad
  • Does “countering violent extremism” take into account pre-violent and non-violent jihad?
  • Female genital mutilation in the United States

ANDY McCARTHY, former federal persecutor:

  • Countering Islamic extremism and the dangers of submission to it
  • U.N. Human Rights Council Resolution concerning Islamic blasphemy
  • The President’s AUMF and the limits of using ground forces
  • A Texas federal judge raising the issue of federal courts and executive amnesty

Rep. SCOTT PERRY (PA-4), Member of the House Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, and Transportation and Infrastructure Committees:

  • Administration rhetoric towards those who distort Islam and Pres. Obama’s overall strategy in dealing with non-rational actors
  • Does the new AUMF actually give the President less power to combat ISIS?
  • Consequences of an attack on the U.S. electrical grid or other critical infrastructure