i AM A WAR VETERAN , THAT WAS WITH A VERY SECRET AIR FORCE UNIT
CALLED :THE 69TH PILOTLES BOMBER SQ.
When I got discharged, I went to a Catholic college.
A professor there,. told us he would show us things that most were afraid to put out.
When I got out and started to live my life, I realized that there were elements in our Church and Government that needed to be revealed.
I did not make me popular. I met Fr. John O'Connor and because of him , I started to produce videos to get the information out.
THE HEROIC TRUE STORY OF SENATOR JOSEPH McCARHTY THAT FAKE NEWS &FAKE HISTORIANS DON'T WANT YOU TO KNOW
BY MIKE KING
During the Army-McCarthy confrontation of 1954, Joe Welch -- corrupt sleazeball attorney representing the Red infiltrated U.S. Army -- launched a prepared platitude which the Fake News of the day had, and Fake Historians ever since have, misrepresented as "the beginning of the end" ™ for the great anti-Communist Senator from Wisconsin, Joseph McCarthy. Welch's self-righteously dramatic “Have you no sense of decency, Sir?” quickly became and remains the stuff of Libtard legend. Welch's grandstanding snippet is taught in schools and the event is replayed (out of context) on TV crockumentaries to this day. It's even got its own Real History Channel trademark now -- “Have you no sense of decency, Sir?” ™
Now if any of the circle-jerk repeater "historians" of today would take the initiative to actually examine original-source history (the only way to uncover real history) in the full context of things, he would soon understand that Welch's theatrical accusation that McCarthy was lacking in "decency" was not the protestation of a righteous man; but rather, a classic, textbook case of a caught-red-handed liar feigning moral indignation toward the investigator. McCarthy's questioning of Welch was neither out of order nor outside the boundaries of "decency", at all! To the contrary, as you shall see, it was Welch who raised his voice, turned hostile and displayed "indecency."