Gordon is a recurring guest here on the Malliard report and host of Those Conspiracy Guys. “…a comedy, history and True Crime podcast based in Ireland and deals with everything from the out-there conspiracy theories like aliens, time travel, and ancient civilizations to the more grounded, historical and provable conspiracies like political and financial corruption, scientific chicanery and secret government agency shenanigans.
Joining Jim this week on the show is Irish funnyman Gordon Rochford. Gordon is a comedian and host of Those Conspiracy Guys podcast: A podcast heard the world over that focuses on conspiracies, true crime, and looking at the world from a questioning perspective. Believing that the source material may be a bit heavy for some, Gordon is known for creating a bit of levity to the situation with a well placed “dick joke” to make the material “more palatable” to the average listener.
Douglas Cirignano’s voluminous book American Conspiracies And Cover-ups. From the foreknowledge of the attacks of Pearl Harbor and September 11, 2001, to the truth behind the assassinations of John F. Kennedy and Dr. Martin Luther King, no conspiracy is left behind. Pick your favorite conspiracy is the Federal Reserve System unconstitutional? Was the IRS created to bail out Big Banks? Are cancer cures and cheap alternative energy being suppressed?
Jim welcomes radio host, author, conspiracy theorist, and Flat Earth advocate Lee Austin to the show. Lee “…is an American broadcaster known for his alternative talk show, ‘Outcast Radio.’ Pushing the existential envelope with topics including theology, metaphysics, and conspiracy theories, Lee’s show flourished as a late-night favorite for those in search of the truth. “
“Dina Rae lives with her husband, two daughters, and three dogs outside of Dallas. She is a Christian, avid tennis player, movie buff, teacher, and self-proclaimed expert on several conspiracy theories. She has been interviewed numerous times on blogs, newspapers, and syndicated radio programs. She enjoys reading about religion, UFOs, New World Order, government conspiracies, political intrigue, and other cultures. Crowns and Cabals is her eighth novel.”
Sean R. DeGrilla is seventeen-year veteran of law enforcement, a Medal of Valor recipient, and have provided material support to the FBI, MBI, Gang Unit and various local, state and Federal agencies. He transitioned to the private sector where he is a security manager for a medical company in Florida.
Scott Wolter is a forensic geologist and television host. He is known best as the host of the series “America Unearthed.” Wolter is based out of Minnesota, where he is the founder and president of American Petrographic Services and the inventor of Archaeopetrography (a process used to date and understand the origins of inscribed stone artifacts).
Jen Hobbs has been a publicity consultant for the greater part of her career, representing Oscar and Emmy award-winning clients as well as politicians and authors. She has worked behind-the-scenes with Jesse Ventura since 2007, as his book publicist and as a producer for his tv shows. In 2016, she co-authored Jesse Ventura’s Marijuana Manifesto, which inspired the content for her new book American Hemp.
Fred published his first book, Conservative Confidential: Inside the Fabulous Blue Tent, which detailed his journey from left-wing anti-nuclear activist to becoming a gadfly on the right. I was a Teenage JFK Conspiracy Freak is his second book.
“John Kiriakou is a former CIA analyst and case officer, former senior investigator for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and former counterterrorism consultant. While employed by the CIA, he was involved in critical counterterrorism missions following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, but refused to be trained in so-called “enhanced interrogation techniques.” and Kiriakou never authorized or engaged in these techniques After leaving the CIA, Kiriakou appeared on ABC News in an interview with Brian Ross, during which he became the first former CIA officer to confirm that the agency waterboarded detainees and label waterboarding as torture.
Conspiracy theories. At one time they seemed to be nothing more than the ramblings of the neighborhood crazy; but with the proliferation of the internet…