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Frank J. Gaffney Jr. is Executive Chairman of the Center for Security Policy, a not-for-profit, non-partisan educational corporation established in 1988. He is here to discuss China and the coming invasion of Taiwan.
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Frank Gaffney, founder and executive chairman of Center for Security Policy is here to discuss North Korea and their missile capability
Frank J. Gaffney Jr. is Executive Chairman of the Center for Security Policy, a not-for-profit, non-partisan educational corporation established in 1988.
Under President Ronald Reagan, he acted as the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy. He served as chairman of the High Level Group (NATO’s senior politico-military committee) and as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of defense for Nuclear Forces and Arms Control Policy under Assistant Secretary Richard Perle. He was also a Professional Staff Member on the Senate Armed Services Committee.
Gaffney is the lead author of “War Footing: Ten Steps America Must Take to Prevail in the War for the Free World” and co-author of “Sharia: The Threat to America” and “See No Sharia: ‘Countering Violent Extremism’ and the Disarming of America’s First Lines of Defense.” He hosts Secure Freedom Radio, an hour-long, nationally syndicated program that airs every weeknight. His daily “Secure Freedom Minute” commentaries are heard on 200 stations coast-to-coast. He is a featured contributor to Breitbart Radio and a columnist for Breitbart.com. He appears often on national and international television networks such as Fox News, CNN and BBC. Over the years, his op-ed articles have appeared in such publications as: The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The New Republic, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor, The Los Angeles Times, National Review, Newsday, American Legion Magazine and Commentary.
Gaffney’s leadership has been recognized by numerous organizations including: the Department of Defense Distinguished Public Service Award (1987), the U.S. Business and Industry Council’s Defender of the National Interest Award (1994), the Navy League of the United States’ “Alfred Thayer Mahan Literary Achievement Award” (1999), and the Zionist Organization of America’s “Louis Brandeis Award” (2003). He received a B.S. in Foreign Service from Georgetown University and an M.A. from Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.
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How Does North Korea Have Hypersonics We Don’t?
This is Frank Gaffney with the Secure Freedom Minute.
North Korea just demonstrated a missile capability for which the United States has no counterpart. Worse yet, we have no defense against Kim Jong-un’s hypersonic weapon—or for that matter, similar systems now being introduced into the Russian and Chinese arsenals.
How could a Communist regime so poor it can’t feed its people obtain the world’s most advanced missile technology? The answer is that North Korea’s tyrannical government gets by, as it always has, with the help of its friends in Beijing and Moscow.
And they, in turn, have benefitted from help from us—notably, the transfer of hypersonic missile-related technology to the Russians pursuant to one of then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s pay-to-play schemes. There must be accountability for such dangerous misconduct and urgent steps taken to field credible in-kind deterrents to, and defenses against, the burgeoning hypersonic threat.