Gabriel Custodiet speaks with Don Jeffries, a historian and investigator who does not shy away from looking into conspiracies and challenging the dominant interpretations of world events. They discuss disturbing little known facts about America’s past: from the Constitution to the twentieth century.
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0:00 – Beginning 4:23 – Why is it so important to study history? 10:04 – Was the American Constitution a good thing for privacy and decentralization? 14:21 – Abraham Lincoln role in centralization: the first American dictator? 22:09 – A pivotal period: 1900-1920 26:38 – Woodrow Wilson: government as mother and father 33:09 – Why do Court Historians exist? 40:50 – How can we know what is true in history? 47:20 – Why do so many historical figures not have autopsies? 51:06 – What happened to John McAfee 53:30 – Are you afraid of getting knocked off? 57:52 – Escaping cancel culture 51:05 – What happened to John McAfee 53:30 – Are you afraid of getting knocked off? 58:00 – Escaping cancel culture