EJ Kimball is the Director of the Israel Victory Project at the Middle East Forum and serves as the President of EJK Strategies, a national security and government relations firm in Washington, DC. EJ is a foreign policy and national security consultant with over 10 years’ experience working in Washington, DC.
Kimball clarifies some things about the political and theological conflicts in the Middle East. They talk about the perception of Trump vs. Obama in Israel. They discuss the way liberals talk about Muslims and Jews, and Kimball brings some truth to the concept of peace in Palestine – and how the conflict hasn’t gone away, even if the news has ignored it.
Also on the podcast, Chuck and Mark compare the Democratic party to a cult. They talk about North Korea and their very strange, controlled culture, in terms of the way our media seems to approach the country. Is it treasonous?
They talk about the Dan Bongino interview on the Mark Levin podcast (listen here) discussing the conspiracy against Trump.
About the guest:
EJ was the key coordinator and leader on Capitol Hill for all issues related to Islamic terrorism and ideology. He served as Foreign Policy Counsel to US Congresswoman Sue Myrick (NC) and was Staff Director of the Congressional Anti-Terrorism Caucus. Following his time on the Hill, EJ was Director of Government Relations for Jorge Scientific Corporation. EJ most recently served as the Director of US Operations for the Israel Allies Foundation where he built a niche pro-Israel organization into the “go-to” resource on Capitol Hill for pro-Israel and Middle East policy.
EJ is also a national security consultant providing training to law enforcement professionals, national security organizations, business groups and religious communities on the nature of the extremist threat and engagement techniques.
He graduated from Boston University, earned his Juris Doctor from Western New England College, and received a Master’s degree in International Affairs from the American University School of International Service. He also has a diploma in Islamic Studies from the Fanar, Qatar Islamic Cultural Center, focused on Islamic Law as understood by Salafists. Visit the Middle East Forum here.