Posobiec Shares His Fight to Expose Globalism in PragerU Inteview

Human Events Senior Editor appeared in a video for the non-profit PragerU to discuss his background in the navy and how he ended up as a renowned political commentator and activist on the frontlines of the fight against globalism. 


“I decided that I'd like to do something for my country. And so flew home and walked into a Navy recruiting station. And I said, I want to join the US military, and I want to be in intelligence. And they said, Why? Why do you say that? And I said, because I wanted to do something about China before they do it to us. 

“There's a lot of great people in the military. And there's a lot of great people that are doing good work, but none of them are in Washington, DC, you know. We would go and collect information or have information from the field and send it back to Washington. And it felt like every time that we did that, it just got more and more sanitized. And more and more politicized, as it went up the food chain, you would meet these people that were always in the management track the Leadership track, and they were some of the most political, politicized people you would ever find.”

"So they would always have CNN on they would always be reading The Washington Post. And I remember raising my hand once and saying, hey, you know, we focus on China here. Shouldn't we have Chinese TV on? And they would say, What do you want to watch that for? That's propaganda. I said, Yes, exactly."


“You need to take a stand and you need to pick aside now. Because doing the Normie thing of sitting around and thinking things are gonna get better– They're not going to get better on their own. I don't want my kids to have to be dealing with this kind of stuff when they're my age. I want the country back. That was the one that I grew up in. And until we get to that point, we're going to consistently need more people coming out being vocal stop being the silent majority you got to speak out now.”


Posobiec went on to explain how an interest in Twitter led to him becoming a conservative media personality followed by millions of Americans.

“For the whole first half of 2016. I was on deployment as the Intel director of an expeditionary task force, but in the evening, I would go on Twitter, to find out what's going on. Find out about, you know what rallies were happening, get the real story out, and then blow that up and show people what was really happening on the ground at these different political rallies or events.”

 “And I remember actually, one of the big things we saw early on was Antifa. There would always be these headlines that would come out from CNN that would say, ‘violence breaks out at Trump rally.’ And I think my gosh, violence, that's terrible. And you zoom in, and it shows…Yeah, there was violence, but it was people coming up and attacking people leaving the rally. And you say, ‘Well, wait, well, that headline is wrong.’ It's not the violence is a breakout, its attendees were attacked. And yet they were attacked by someone. Who is that someone, right? And CNN is leaving that completely out of the story.”

“Woke people that work at these media agencies, they want to highlight stories that support them and they want to downplay or omit stories that would make their side look bad."

“And so you've gotten away from this idea of, hey, we report what's going on. And [now] we only report things that support our agenda. During 2020, that really almost became like some kind of argument or a debate between corporate media and independent media. Were protests peaceful, or were there riots? And I think the true answer was that there was both.”


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