Herbert Lom, as he hypnotises Anne Crawford in her role as the circus queen, so she can perform as a trapeze artist and tight-rope walker in the film 'The Dark Tower' The premise of the story is that she must always be hypnotised to perform 1943. (Photo by Daily Herald Archive/National Science & Media Museum/SSPL via Getty Images)
On this week’s episode of Liberty Nation Radio: From cultural Marxism to rising inflation, the spin from the Swamp is in overdrive. But what’s the real truth, and where will this experiment in progressivism ultimately lead?
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