Glenn Spencer — November 19, 2017
Now comes the hard part
Michelle Malkin spent one day with me last summer and got enough leads to confidently report failures in major government border security efforts. It took an investigative journalist to do this.
Michelle didn’t hesitate to extol the virtues of my border technology — but she knows something about such things — having written a book on American inventors — Who Built That: Awe-Inspiring Stories of American Tinkerpreneurs.
However, in a way, Michelle’s job was kind of easy. After all, Bob Ortega of the Arizona Republic exposed problems of government border technology some time ago — Border technology remains flawed.
And it didn’t take a genius to see that my technology works. Michelle simply stood by as, accompanied by her cameraman, two ABP people began walking toward the line of SEIDARM sensors. When they got within five hundred feet of the sensors, Michelle could hear an alarm — “people red”. She watched as HERMES the drone took off automatically, and within seconds had the “suspects” in camera view — after which it returned to base and landed automatically.
Michelle Malkin understood what she was looking at — and how important it was — and her report shows it.
I have no idea of the size of the audience of Conservative Review Television (CRTV) is, but it surely is not at the level of the major network and cable outlets.
It took courage for Michelle Malkin to come to my ranch and make her report. Now maybe she can convince the mainstream media to make that trip.
That will be the hard part.