4:00 P.M. EST - Newt Gingrich, Former Speaker of the House and author of the book Understanding Trump, is warning the United States is not prepared for an attack from North Korea:
“We’re not prepared today, either in Seoul, Korea — which is very close to the 38th parallel and would risk enormous collateral damage — or in our own major cities to deal with the possible outcome.”
4:30 P.M. EST - **What is an EMP Attack??**
Anthony Furey, Toronto Sun columnist, Sirius XM Canada talk show host, and author of the book “Pulse Attack: The Real Story Behind The Secret Weapon That Can Destroy North America” will join Sean to address the threat of an EMP attack from a nuclear North Korea. Furey writes:
The United States and Canada are vulnerable to a catastrophic attack that will spell the end of life in North America as we know it. An electromagnetic pulse, launched from the atmosphere, will shut down the electricity grid and dismantle appliances, water systems, food distribution and more. And not just for hours or day. For weeks, months, or even years.
When a nuclear explosion happens in the atmosphere, it emits an EMP that hits everything within its line of site
If detonated many miles up into the atmosphere, it can cover most of continental North America
The EMP waveform couples into power lines and electronics, causing them to shut down, short circuit or melt down
Because of how much we rely on electronics to power practically everything we do, an attack could shut down modern civilization
The subject was only recently declassified and now a handful of legislators in the U.S. and Canada have begun to propose legislation
Because of the test ban treaties signed by JFK in the 1960s, there is much about EMP we still do not know; more research is required
Russia has performed an EMP attack in the past and it appears in their recent strategic writings
North Korea may already have the capability to perform an attack
The U.S. and Canada remain completely vulnerable to an attack due to a lack of surge protectors in the electricity grid
5:00 P.M. EST - Olivia Nuzzi, the Washington Correspondent for New York Magazine has had numerous Twitter spats with Sean in the past...she’s here today to debate him on the news of the day.
5:30 P.M. EST - Raheem Kassam, Breitbart London Editor and author of the new book (out on Monday), No Go Zones: How Sharia Law Is Coming to a Neighborhood Near You will discuss his shocking research with Sean:
20 percent of Muslims in England are reported to have been okay with the London terror attacks on the network transport in 2016, when 52 people were killed.
26 percent of young Americans can justify suicide bombings.
40 percent of British Muslims want Sharia law in the West.
When it came to women and homosexuals being terrorized in East London, heavily populated by Muslims, Breitbart was the only media outlet who would report on the subject.
With the massive immigration of Saudi Arabians into Germany, the rape and pillage of thousands of German citizens was almost completely neglected by the mainstream media.
Europe’s no-go-zones increase not only for civilians but also for police enforcement. In Marseille, France, police were shot at while preparing for a visit with the prime minister. Unless heavily armed in France, police don’t go near regularly terrorized neighborhoods
18 percent of young British Muslims said they would not report details of a planned terror attack to the police
Nearly 10 percent of prison inmates in America are Muslims, despite adherents of Islam making up around just 1 percent of the total country’s population
A 2015 poll discovered that 51 percent of Muslims in America believed they “should have the choice of being governed according to Sharia [law].”