Jerome Corsi received a Ph.D. from Harvard University in political science in 1972. He is an investigative journalist and senior staff writer for several conservative websites. He is currently under investigation by the government legal team led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, looking into possible foreign interference in the 2016 presidential election. Corsi said that as a journalist, he decided at first to cooperate with the investigation because he "had nothing to hide." He now believes that the official inquiry is "criminalizing politics" and has "decided to go public" to tell his side of the story.
He stated that the Special Prosecutor’s office is trying to reveal connections between WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, political strategist Roger Stone, former Trump advisor Steve Bannon and elements of the Russian government, and they believe that he has in his possession information that would bear this out. He says that he does not, and thinks that the investigation is operating with foregone conclusions. Corsi believes he is being forced to agree and admit to a narrative he says is false, and he will "not tell a lie to stay out of prison." He reported that he is now suing the government for $350 million for harassment, unwarranted surveillance, and wiretapping.
Wayne Walker is a professional speaker & trainer, known for creating innovative programs on varied topics including stress management and sales and management training for leading businesses and corporations. A certified hypnotherapist, Wayne has also impacted the lives of many people with his in-depth knowledge about different personality types and the ability to bring about self-improvement. He joined the program in the second half to discuss the value and practice of hypnotism. Walker said that the subconscious is something that anyone "can tap into to solve problems we have every day." He noted that hypnosis could be as effective as psychotherapy, and "you can do it without medication."
Walker also addressed the issue of mind-controlled assassins and said that people can be hypnotized to perform acts and not remember, but the propensity to commit the action must be present. In other words, he said, you can’t hypnotize someone to do something which they find morally wrong. He added that hypnosis can be used to cure depression and also as a pain management tool. When going in for a biopsy, Walker’s wife asked him to use hypnosis rather than agree to anesthesia. The physician allowed it, and later said its effectiveness was "the damnedest thing I’ve ever seen." Walker cautioned against using hypnosis for recovering buried memories, asking "at what cost?" The subconscious mind may be blocking certain memories to protect the conscious mind, he added.