Everyone is watching Myanmar closely. Following a general election debacle in the Southeast Asian nation and the ensuing clampdown by the military, many patriots are speculating this is a precursor for America.
In the latest turn of events, the Myanmar military junta seized the assets from George Soros’ Open Society Foundation bank account and froze the corrupt billionaire’s personal accounts on suspicion that the group funded elements opposed to the military coup that followed the fraudulent election. The Myanmar Armed Forces declared the election results illegitimate on Feb. 1 and launched a coup d’etat that deposed State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi and President Win Myint. Martin Brodel gives his take on the move, plus reports on the forensic audit in Arizona, the border crisis and actress Rose McGowan calling out Hollywood.