With Fred Fleitz, Robert Spencer, Kevin Freeman and Rick Green

FRED FLEITZ, President and CEO, Center for Security Policy, former Analyst, Central Intelligence Agency, former Chief of Staff for Amb. John Bolton, State Department, Author, "The Coming North Korean Nuclear Nightmare," Twitter: @FredFleitz

  • Increased violence in Iraq following the one year anniversary of Qasem Soleimani's death
  • Fred Fleitz: Iran may retaliate against the US following January 20th
  • Edward Snowden is not deserving of a Presidential pardon
  • Fleitz argues that President Trump found a way to freeze North Korean long-range missile and nuclear tests since 2017, which was not a total success but a step in the right direction

ROBERT SPENCER, Director, Jihad Watch, Weekly columnist, PJ Media and FrontPage Magazine, Author, "Mass Migration in Europe: A Model for the U.S.?," Twitter: @jihadwatchRS

  • Robert Spencer elaborates on the current state of sharia supremacy in Europe and what steps the European Union has taken to counter this growing threat
  • Spencer: "The Jihadists are bolder than ever"
  • As Senator of California, Kamala Harris worked closely with the Council on American-Islamic relations

KEVIN FREEMAN, Senior Fellow, Center for Security Policy, Host, Economic War Room on TheBlaze TV, Author, “Game Plan” and “Secret Weapon," Twitter: @SecretWeaponUSA:

  • Kevin Freeman: Every fraudulent vote cancels out a legal one
  • Many lawsuits have been thrown out on "procedural grounds," not on the basis of their evidence
  • Steven Mnuchin and the rest of the deep state have worked tirelessly to curb President Trump's policy ambitions over the past four years

RICK GREEN, Constitution Coach, Patriot Academy, former Texas State Representative, President, Authentic American History Productions, LLC, Twitter: @RickGreenTX

  • Article 1, Section 4 of the Constitution states that State Legislatures choose how their electors are chosen. Following the 2020 presidential election, 7 states will send dual electors
  • The 12th Amendment specifically lays out the role the Vice President plays in overseeing the ballot counting process
  • Rick Green asserts that the Electoral Counting Act of 1887 is unconstitutional because it strips the executive branch of some of its constitutional powers
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