Brannon Howse is the president of WVW Broadcast Network and Host of Worldview Weekend Radio and the Worldview Weekend Hour Television Program. He’s an avid researcher, author of several books including Marxianity, Coming Religious Reich, Twisted Scripture Twisted Theology, Grave Influence and numerous others. He is producer of the documentaries, Siege and Sabatoge.
Brannon joined Jim while providing technical services as a production company for Mike Lindell’s cyber symposium at the Military Alliance Center in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Mike has been using the symposium to release evidence of massive voter fraud that he, along with a team of forensic experts, have amassed since the November 2020 election.
On Tuesday morning when the event began, Brannon began getting “404” errors. This indicated that the company they were contracted with for content delivery was under attack. That feed was shut down and they moved to another while negotiating “on the fly” with a backup company. Then they flipped back to the company who they have a long-term relationship with and they were hit again. In fact, as he was on the air before Crosstalk, he was notified that they were undergoing the largest attack they’ve seen in the 3 days of the symposium.
Much was covered on this edition of Crosstalk, but two other highlights mentioned include a nearly 23 minute production featuring retired U.S. Army Colonel Phil Waldron called, Your Wakeup Call. It shows the connection between George Soros and China. This can be downloaded at frankspeech.com.
The second highlight deals with a “whistle-blower” that came in from Colorado. She’s a county clerk who was flying to the symposium on a private plane. While enroute, the secretary of state along with a district attorney raided her office and did something with the computer system.
If the idea of a stolen election is just “science fiction” or “buffoonery”, then what’s the point in conducting Internet attacks and an office raid? Is this actually designed to prevent the information from getting to the public or to discredit it? Brannon offered much more to help you answer that question, while Crosstalk listeners brought their views to the discussion as well.