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On The September 30, 2013 Broadcast Of The Infowars Nightly News, Jakari Jackson Hosts. News Covered: If Republicans Want To Shut Down Washington, They'll Have To Ask China's Permission First. ‘Government Shut Down’ Won’t Actually Shut Down Government. Insurance Giants that Wrote And Lobbied For Healthcare Law Cash In. Obamacare Website Quietly Deletes Reference To 'Free Health Care.' Agenda 21 Leave Small Business Dead In The Water.

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    On this Monday, September 30, 2013 worldwide broadcast of the Alex Jones Show, Alex explains how the impending government shutdown isn't really a shutdown at all because the vast majority of federal services will continue as normal. House Republicans are attempting to delay the implementation of Obamacare for at least a year as the destructive nature of the "law" becomes even more obvious. Recently, the federal government quietly deleted references to "free health care" and "dental care" from the official Obamacare web site, mere days before the Obamacare health insurance exchanges are set to begin. New York Times best-selling author Dr. Jerome R. Corsi joins the show to break down these developments within the Washington beltway. Dr. Corsi is also the author ofWho Really Killed Kennedy? 50 Years Later: Stunning New Revelations About the JFK Assassination. - Watch now

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