This week Trevor Loudon exposes Rep. Keith Ellison, who is currently running for Minnesota Attorney General, an office that – being dominated by Democrats for fifty years – is already riddled with corruption. Trevor also exposes California Congressman Ami Bera, who has represented the 7th Congressional District since 2013. In 2016, New Zealand author and film-maker Trevor Loudon released his full-length documentary The Enemies Within, which exposed a shocking number of United States Senators and Congress members who pose a security risk to America.
These elected officials were all tied to hostile foreign powers, anti-American Marxist groups or fronts for the pro-terrorist Muslim Brotherhood. Trevor has made a “short list” of 59 Congress members and 19 Senators who likely could not pass a basic security background check. Unfortunately, there are no security checks for Congress members, so the United States is now suffering the consequences of highly untrustworthy people serving on sensitive Congressional Committees, including:
Flashback 2011 – Former Lobbyist Jack Abramoff Out of Jail Discusses Corruption in Congress
Convicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff tells Lesley Stahl in a “60 Minutes” interview how he asserted his influence in Congress for years. A movie came out called “Casino Jack” that tells the true story of how Abramoff landed and jail. A film on how the selling off of American property was the way it went and business as usual at the capitol. All around America, there have been men and women who sold their souls for a promotion or a dollar.
History continues to show the “TRUTH” and expose the dishonorable!!!
Flashback 2013 No Changes – The Most Corrupt Politicians In America
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) released its annual Most Corrupt Members of Congress report, which takes a bipartisan look at Washington’s worst. Members on this year’s list engaged in misconduct ranging from collecting illegal campaign contributions to accepting improper gifts and loans, and even using campaign funds for personal expenses. In this year’s report, 13 members were named to the list, while 4 more garnered dishonorable mentions..
2018 Corruption Still Going Strong – “One Easy Way to Stop Corruption in Congress
In this special report, Brigida Santos investigates the dark side of congressional transparency and how it has been weaponized to fuel corruption, empower lobbyists and benefit those in power. James D’Angelo from the Congressional Research Institute reveals how sunshine laws contribute to political decline, rising inequality and hyper-partisanship.