Ignorant of The Constitution and Their Rights, Americans are Headed for Rough Times – Video
Recently, I had the pleasure of speaking with Dave from the X22Report. We discussed several hard-hitting topics such as out of control government; how the government has become abusive and overbearing; the violation of individual rights; the growing police state; and much more.
I share this with you, not to toot my own horn. Instead, I want to give you an opportunity to check out Dave’s pages and website. Dave does a great job of pulling together great guests as well as covering some of the financial elements that not readily discussed in the media. He has a strong background that lends well to his understanding of the issues.
He used to work for several large financial institutions; securing their systems from viruses and hackers and maintaining the trading systems. Around 2008, he realized some of the realities we are all currently facing and did what I have often told many to do; get the word out. He then built a website and began broadcasting his message to anyone that would listen.
Fast-forward a few years, Dave has built up a strong following of eager listeners and learners, and his message is getting out. With the help of familiar names such as Peter Schiff, Andrew Hoffman, Bo Polney, Bill Holter, Rob Kirby, Bix Weir and many more, Dave is doing a great job of getting the message out in a powerful and meaningful way. I am honored to have been a part of this quest.
I would encourage you check out his website and Youtube Channels. The information is plentiful regardless of which one you choose. I would also encourage you subscribe to and share his videos and articles. If you find a message that resonates with you, do what you can to let others know.
Below, you will find the video to our interview and the necessary links.
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