Episode #269 – Epic Battle Between Alex Jones & Glenn Beck Over Agenda 21 Advertisement

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Tuesday November 13, 2012

On this episode of the Pete Santilli Show:

Pete welcomes back to the show Donna Taylor, the Mother of Mark Taylor the first victim shot at the Columbine High Massacre. Mark Survived the shooting to become an activist for truth about what he saw and experienced that day. Mark sued Big-Pharma and won a settlement claiming anti-depressants were responsible for the actions of the shooters that day. Mark came forward with the fact that Dylan Kleibold and Eric Harris were arrested long before the shootings took place and raped by Deputy Sheriffs and then placed on medications to keep them quiet about the incident. He also claims that he witnessed SWAT team on the roof of the school firing randomly into the buildings and that some of the students died as a result of their actions.

Mark has been placed in a mental facility against his will and is now dependent upon the very drugs he fought so hard against.

In the second hour Pete covers the controversy brewing between Alex Jones and Glen Beck sighting they are both using their positions in the media to mind plug their listeners. It is the ultimate betrayal of those who depend on these two men for their news.

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