🎧 NOKO Summit 2.0, Mueller, China Tariffs, #200List Lawsuit & Black History
TOP STORIES – It’s been a little over seven months since Pres. Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un met in Singapore, at that time Pres. Trump declared this the first step in the process towards peace, reconciliation and denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. The second meeting is being criticized by the media and the far left liberal Democrats as being no more than a show and lacking in substance. >> House Democrats have demanded that Attorney General William Barr release special counsel Robert Mueller’s report to the public. Is it coincidental that Michael Cohen is again in front of congressional hearings while Pres. is conducting international negotiations? >> Alva Johnson is suing Pres. Trump and his campaign, alleging that the then-Republican presidential candidate kissed her without her consent during the 2016 race. >> Americans’ perceptions of U.S. World Image best since 2003. These are the TOP STORIES ON VIEWPOINT THE MIDWEEK REPORT. Brian Gould served in the U.S Army and U.S. Special Forces for over three decades, he now works with the Department of Defense. Karen Schoen, Educator, Dean, a Retired Teacher and Activist focused on Saving America.
#200LIST to File Lawsuit – 200 Twitter Influencers splattered across twitter and other media condemning them as an enemy of the state? Bots, Coordinated Effort, Vast Conspiracy, all to take down and discredit the 2020 Liberal Socialist Candidates running on the Democratic ticket – that is the claim! Hillary Clinton sent out a tweet with claims that the #200List is part of an organized conspiracy to attack the Democratic Party in this country and undermine our elections and our democracy. Isn’t that what the Russians did, or the Trump campaign – wait a minute, confused yet? There is talk on a possible lawsuit by the #200List, Cathie Long, also known as Jali_Cat on social media, is on that list of 200, and she is helping to coordinate efforts on this lawsuit.
Black History Month – Is Black History Month still relevant today? Are we making strides as a nation or slipping backwards in race relations? Has the political rhetoric driven a wedge between racial factions for political gain? Is the political progress for the black community real? What about our education system and what are the shortcomings in the black community? DrFaye Wilson is an Ordained Minister, Speaker, Author, Host of Intentional.