15 Apr HR 2 – Interviews with John Guandolo and Sidney Powell
HR 2 – Interviews with John Guandolo re FBI and FISA; and Sidney Powell re Prosecutorial Abuses
Listen to the second hour of our April 15th show here.
John Guandolo is the Founder of UnderstandingtheThreat.com, an organization dedicated to providing strategic and operational threat-focused consultation, education, and training for federal, state and local leadership and agencies, and designing strategies at all levels of the community to defeat the enemy.
Mr. Guandolo is a 1989 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy who took a commission as an Officer in the United States Marine Corps. He served with 2d Battalion 2d Marines as an Infantry Platoon Commander in combat Operations Desert Shield/Storm. From 1991-1996, he served in 2d Force Reconnaissance Company as a Platoon Commander, Assistant Operations Officer, and the unit’s Airborne and Diving Officer. During this time, he also deployed to the Adriatic/Bosnia. He served for one year as the Unit Leader for the CINC’s In-Extremis Force, directly reporting to a Combatant Commander in a classified mission profile. Mr. Guandolo was a combat diver, military free-fall parachutist, and a graduate of the U.S. Army Ranger School.
Sidney Powell was born in Durham, North Carolina and grew up in Raleigh. She is a graduate of Needham Broughton High School and the University of North Carolina with a B.A. and a J.D. She obtained her undergraduate and law degrees at a young age, and she began her legal career as the youngest United States Attorney in the country. Ms. Powell has been lead counsel in more than 500 appeals. In 2014, she published Licensed to Lie: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice. The book reads like a legal thriller but it’s true and it names names. It’s been a best-seller on Amazon in law/legal ethics, Judicial Branch, and white collar/true crime. She has appeared many times on NewsMax television, FOX with Cavuto, and countless radio shows discussing the book and prosecutorial and government misconduct.