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WE ASK THAT YOU LISTEN AND DECIDE FOR YOURSELF

What if… almost everything you’ve been told (by the government and news media) over the past 55 years was a LIE…or at the very least, part of an elaborate coverup?

Professor Jim Fetzer joins us to talk about the shootings at Mandalay Bay and at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Some things don’t add up.

Also in this interview, who actually stood on stage and debated candidate Donald Trump… was it Hillary Rodham Clinton or a body double? What role did Hillary play in the events at the Branch Davidian Ranch in Waco, Texas?  Is the story about a lone gunman on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel simply bogus? Was Sandy Hook Elementary a functioning school, or a book depository?  Finally for those us us here in Central Florida, the professor will leave you shaking your head with a dose of reality when it comes to the Pulse Nightclub.

We are NOT making any pronouncements of whether the Professor’s suggestions are true nor are we discounting them.  We simply gave him the forum to speak, and we ask that you listen to the  information and make your own decisions.

About Michael Serio

Being on-air wasn't Michael Serio's passion, at least initially, but rather he was happy serving in a off-air capacity as a radio gypsy. Fast forward nearly forty years (through a lot of call letters and formats) now it's difficult to get this producer-turned host to be quiet especially when it comes to food and politics, Blame it on Elizabeth Dougherty. Michael heard Ms. Dougherty as a guest on another show talking about food, and reached out to her about hosting her own show. Turns out, Elizabeth had dreamed of hosting her own show for years so it was inevitable that these two should meet and work together. Michael gave her the technical platform to talk, and Elizabeth demanded that he keep up with her. Michael and Elizabeth married in 2013 and through hard work and perseverance, both "The Dougherty Report" and "Food Nation Radio" have been heard on radio stations across the country and reaching listeners around the world.