Filmmaker Trevor Loudon to Unveil Series of Mini-Documentaries Exposing Security Risks Within Federal Government
Washington, D.C.—The U.S. Congress has a serious internal security problem.
The Center for Security Policy (CSP) is sharing information about a new initiative from New Zealand author, speaker and filmmaker Trevor Loudon, who is unveiling a powerful new project that will expose subversive elected officials. Short 90- to 120-second documentaries will be released each Thursday at 8 p.m. ET beginning Aug. 16 and until the mid-term elections and beyond at TrevorLoudon.com.
Many Americans would be shocked to know that members of Congress are not required to undergo a background check in order to obtain a security clearance, even to serve on sensitive congressional committees such as the Intelligence Committee, the Armed Services Committee and the Foreign Affairs Committee.
The first mini-documentaries to be released will feature Indiana’s 7th District Rep. Andre Carson, who serves on the House Intelligence Committee, and Connecticut’s 3rd District Rep. Rosa DeLauro, the co-chair of the House Democratic Steering Committee. In the weeks to come, Loudon will release mini-docs on Sens. Tim Kaine and Chris Murphy, Rep. Keith Ellison and more.
The Hillary Clinton email scandal, constant leaks from both sides of the House, the Pakistani Awan brothers’ infiltration of Democratic congressional computers, and the Chinese spy who worked for decades for Sen. Dianne Feinstein are just some indicators that U.S. internal security is heavily compromised.
Read more online at the Center for Security Policy here.