The Soviets Shot Down an American Congressman (Video)
In 1983, a commercial flight was alleged to have been shot down by Russia, but facts have shown that the plane landed safely, although President Ronald Reagan agreed with the Soviets that all aboard died in a crash landing. One of the men aboard was Congressman Larry MacDonald, one of the few Dr. No’s in Congress. MacDonald was not only the President of the John Birch Society, but he was also on his way to becoming President Of The United States. Yet, today, 99% of Americans don’t even know his name. In a recent interview, journalist Alex Newman interviews Bert Schlossberg, who had two family members on board that same plane and has put together a massive amount of evidence that the American people were lied to about the fate of KAL007 and the people on board.
First, McDonald demonstrated that he was a statesman. Just listen to this brief interaction.
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Forty years ago, the Soviet Union shot down civilian airliner KAL 007 carrying Congressman Larry McDonald, one of the most important leaders in the fight against Communism and the Deep State behind it, and yet even after 40 years, Americans still do not know the truth about it.
More and more evidence suggests that, contrary to what the public was told, McDonald and the other passengers and crew survived and were captured by the Soviet regime after making an emergency landing, potentially in the ocean.
McDonald was the leading anti-communist in Congress and chairman of the John Birch Society, and the establishment was getting concerned that he would become unstoppable if he decided to run for president.
Instead, the Soviets took him out of the game.
Forty years after this horrific crime, Americans need and deserve real answers.
I also interviewed Bert in September 2020. Check out that interview below.
Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media