Confessions of a Former KBG Spy

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Charlie sits down with Jack Philip Barsky, a German-American author, IT specialist and former sleeper agent of the KGB who actively spied on the United States from 1978 to 1988. Exposed after the Cold War, Barsky became a resource for U.S. counterintelligence agencies and was allowed to remain in the United States. Hear Barsky’s unbelievable true story of how he was recruited by the KGB, how he entered America in the first place, how he got his American name, and how he embarked on a decade long career spying on the United States of America. Through his journey, Charlie and Barsky discuss how he ultimately faked his own death to his German family, fell in love with America, and found faith in Jesus Christ. In one of the most fascinating and incredible interviews ever on The Charlie Kirk Show, Barsky issues a stark warning about communism, modern spy craft, and describes what it will take to pull the country out of its own death spiral. 

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