Former CIA Officer Ron Hammond Pushes Back Against Far Left Censorship with New Platform OpsLens
Pushing Back Against Far Left And Big Tech Censorship
Ron Hammond is a former CIA Operations Officer and US Army Guard Officer. He has over 28 years in the Intelligence Community where he focused on the Middle East and South Asia, more specifically on combating terrorism and stopping the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.
Ron maintained professional involvement in the Defense Industry over the years, developing cutting edge technology and running related businesses. Today he is fully invested in his solution to censorship, the attack on free speech, and access to full and truthful news. His solution is in the form of a new platform operated by and featuring himself and numerous other highly qualified professionals from various areas of military, government, or first responder communities.
OpsLens is emerging as an innovative and interactive platform at the forefront of patriotism and current events.
Like many Americans, Ron grew increasingly frustrated at the biases of the mainstream media. This frustration was exponentially increased because of his firsthand knowledge of how things really work and what really happens behind the scenes. Seeing the influence of people like Rachel Maddow and others who have never served and have no idea what they are talking about beyond what they choose to research was not just frustrating, but dangerous.
“What has this person done beyond read some books and talk with some people? She hasn’t done the real work,” says Ron. This applies to all sides of the media, but the most lethal to this country’s core values is being projected from the Left.
That’s when he knew it was time for him to bring his experience to the table and serve his country in a new way.
Ron connected with former colleagues to create OpsLens
Wanted to create a platform that offers commentary and news through the lens of operational experience. Hence the name, OpsLens.
Contributors have served in some capacity, including the military, diplomatic Corps, law enforcement, first responders and of course the CIA. They have served in some way and have an experienced view that the average American does not have. Ron does not dictate what his writers publish other than requiring citations of facts and leaving off-color language at home.
OpsLens offers written articles and live broadcasts on information that is relevant to everyday life, from health and wellness to political commentary. Contributors hail from both sides of the political aisle.
The firsthand experience of Ron and his contributors sets OpsLens apart from other platforms, but that is not the only unique factor: The OpsLens app allows anyone to become an engaged community member, from connecting with other viewers to becoming a reporter themselves.
In this episode of American Snippets, Ron Hammond shares fascinating aspects of the intelligence community from his first person experience. He discusses how he was surprised to see identity equipment he developed for the intelligence community be brought into a feature film. He goes into detail about the world of intelligence, how the media is impacting current events, and how OpsLens community members can actively participate in a countermovement against media bias.
Here are some of the areas Ron Hammond discusses:
Here are some of the questions we asked Ron:
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