Michèle Flournoy claims she didn’t realize this weekend’s conference where she was a featured speaker on regime change was put on by the once-terror-listed MEK.
To avoid endless global conflicts, we must repeal the Authorizations for the Use of Military Force, the almost 20-year-old directives that got us into Afghanistan and Iraq.
The cult-like MEK, whose allies have included Rudy Giuliani, Howard Dean, and John Bolton, was linked to hundreds of sham FB profiles—some using AI-made photos of fake users.
The “SNL” alum wanted to prove that Middle Eastern women could be funny, flawed, and complicated. So she created her own star vehicle: playing an awkward teenage boy named Chad.
Dubious consultant Bob Kent admits he sought cash for questionable “rescue” mission in Iran.
The material suggests that Gaetz’s father was told his son’s legal problems could go away if he gave $25 million to help secure the release of Iranian hostage Bob Levinson.
This week’s airstrikes seem to be a conscious refutation of the Trump administration’s wild, dangerous approach to Iraq and Iran.