Kurt Nimmo
Infowars Nightly News
October 20, 2011

No guests are scheduled for the Thursday, October 20th, 2011, edition of Infowars Nightly News. On tonight’s show, Alex confronts important news stories of the day, including:

The alleged murder today of Libya’s embattled former leader, Muammar Gaddafi, by NATO’s al-Qaeda rebels in the captured city of Sirte, which was Gaddafi’s hometown. Alex talks about the political implications of the alleged assassination and also if in fact he was killed as al-Qaeda claims.

The TSA’s brazen expansion of its Gestapo operation into the state of Tennessee. TSA will deploy Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response, or VIPR, teams on the state’s roadways to “fight terrorism” and acclimate citizens to the presence of armed paramilitary troops and a further erosion of the Fourth Amendment.

Alex will also cover the rapidly deteriorating economy and a Bank of America scheme to have the Federal Reserve backstop $75 trillion in derivatives and thus seriously endanger FDIC-insured bank deposits in the process.

Alex also features his latest video recorded earlier in the week at an internal checkpoint in southern Texas. He informed Border Patrol agents that they risked being sued if they violated his Fourth Amendment right by demanding he allow them to search his vehicle without probable cause or a warrant.

Finally, Infowars reporter Darrin McBreen reports on subliminal messaging in commercial and political television broadcasts.

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