Former CIA station chief and clandestine services officer Daniel Hoffman joins Sara to discuss Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and just how ugly we can expect Vladimir Putin to get as the fighting continues. Hoffman also explains how the U.S. can sow division and dissension in the new China-Russia alliance.
Sara also explains what makes Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy such an effective and impressive leader and highlights politicians from both parties who could use refresher courses in good judgment.
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Sara welcomes Kinney County, Texas, prosecutor Brent Smith to discuss the upheaval open borders are causing in his community. Smith describes how these migrants are very different than in years past since they are largely military-aged men, in military clothing, and even acting like a military. He describes the problems he and his family members have had with migrants trespassing on their land. He also implores Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to dec;are an “invasion” and to close the border until the caravans stop, saying the state cannot survive two more years of the current reality along the border.
Sara also offers her unique insights on a key FBI official connected to the Russia hoax being charged with improper ties to a powerful Russian oligarch. And she explains how the absurdly high price of eggs is also connected to our border crisis.
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