Psychology professor William Woodward discusses "witch hunts vs. academic freedom"; Joachim Hagopian on Pizzagate
First hour: University of New Hampshire psychology professor William Woodward – a 9/11 truth-seeker – survived a 2006 witch-hunt by the usual suspects and is still teaching and pursuing the truth wherever it leads. (The anti-Woodward witch hunt followed closely on the heels of my own academic freedom battle at the University of Wisconsin.) Tonight we will discuss various topical issues, including several current cases of academic freedom under attack:
* Suspended pro-9/11-truth University of Lethbridge tenured professor Tony Hall has been vindicated by his national faculty association which is going all-out to get him reinstated;
*Oberlin College professor Joy Karega may pursue legal action after she was fired for expressing her views on false flag terrorism on social media;
* Former tenured Florida Atlantic University professor James Tracy, fired for questioning the official stories of possible false flag events, is going to court in search of justice (please contribute to his legal defense fund).
Second hour: Joachim Hagopian, a star contributor to Orlando False Flag: The Clash of Histories, has written two recent articles about the Pizzagate controversy:
Pizzagate dissected and exposed
Was the Pizzagate almost-shooting a deep state false flag? If not, it sure was conveniently used to further demonize alt media and "fake news"
Martin Hill will call in to weigh in on the controversy and discuss Trump's appointments (including 9/11 suspect Steven Mnuchin).
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