Sunday, May 24, 2020
Tracy Beanz

Tracy Beanz
Editor-in-Chief

Tracy Beanz is an investigative journalist who places a strong focus on politics. While writing for UncoverDC, she has brought the intricate details of several major stories to light, including corruption between Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Andrew McCabe, who threatened the NY Office of the FBI during the Clinton Email investigation. Tracy was one of the first journalists to conduct an hour long face to face interview with George and Simona Papadopoulos the day after his release from prison, and is known for her unbiased in depth coverage of the spying scandal surrounding the candidacy of President Donald Trump, and beyond.

Tracy has also worked at a high level on several grassroots political campaigns, including Ron Paul’s Presidential run in 2012, and most recently, the campaign for Donald Trump for President in 2016. Tracy is a frequent guest on radio and television and is a sought after speaker for rallies and conferences. In 2019, she moderated a panel on alleged Russian interference for a national conference. In addition to being the founder and editor at UncoverDC.com, she also sits on the board of the #WalkAway Foundation.

Twitter: @TracyBeanz / @UncoverDC

Brian Cates

Brian Cates entered the political arena in March 2012, following the death of Andrew Breitbart. He is currently a political columnist for The Epoch Times and UncoverDC. Brian is based in South Texas and is the author of: “Nobody Asked For My Opinion … But Here It Is Anyway!”

Twitter: @drawandstrike
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Epoch Times: Brian Cates

Celia Farber

Celia Farber is half Swedish, raised there, so she knows “socialism” from the inside. She has focused her writings on freedom and tyranny, with an early focus on the pharmaceutical industry and media abuses on human liberties. She has been under ferocious attack for her writings on HIV/AIDS, where she has worked to document the topic as a psychological operation, and rooted in fake science. She is a contributor to UncoverDC and The Epoch Times, and has in the past written for Harper’s, Esquire, Rolling Stone and more. Having been gravely injured in legacy media, she never wants to go back. She is the recipient of the Semmelweis International Society Clean Hands Award For Investigative Journalism, and was under such attack for her work, she briefly sought protection from the FBI and NYPD. She is the author of “Serious Adverse Events: An Uncensored History of AIDS,” and the editor of The Truth Barrier, an investigative and literary website. She co-hosts “The Whistleblower Newsroom” with Kristina Borjesson on PRN, Fridays at 10am.

Twitter: @CeliaFarber
Web: www.truthbarrier.com
FB: Celia Ingrid Farber

Daniel Bobinski

Daniel Bobinski, M.Ed. is a certified behavioral analyst, best-selling author, columnist, corporate trainer, and a popular speaker at conferences and retreats. In addition to working with teams and individuals to help them achieve workplace excellence through improving their emotional intelligence and improving the way they do training, he’s also a veteran and a Christian Libertarian who believes in the principles of free market capitalism, while standing firmly against crony capitalism. Daniel writes on both workplace issues and political issues for multiple publications.

Twitter: @NewBookofDaniel

Web: MyWorkplaceExcellence.com

Anna Timmer

Anna Timmer is a Michigan-based writer, business owner, political activist and host of the “Called to Liberty” podcast.

Twitter: @VeritasSola

YouTube: Anna Timmer

Podcast: Called to Liberty

Carol King

Carol King received a first class BA (honors) in History and Politics from Stirling University, along with an exceptional commendation for a study on US public opinion and Foreign Policy. She also completed a year of study at University of London before taking up a Graduate Proctor Fellowship at Princeton University. She further completed a MPhil in American Politics at Dundee University. Aspiring to be a writer/commentator on American politics, she now writes for UncoverDC.

Twitter: @CarolKing561

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John Fitzpatrick

John Fitzpatrick is a Freelance Writer and Consultant with a focus on border and immigration related issues, personal security and leadership development/mentoring.
John retired from and draws on 29 years of experience with the United States Border Patrol where he held various positions during his career to include:

Associate Chief, Unmanned Aerial Systems, Headquarters Border Patrol
(A) Deputy Chief, El Paso, Texas
Division Chief Operations, Tucson, Arizona
Assistant Chief, Tucson, Arizona
Agent in Charge, Nogales, Arizona,
Spec Ops Supervisor, Prosecution Supervisor, BORTAC Tactical Team

John has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Maine and completed an Advanced Management Program at the University of Chicago Booth.John has been on various church boards, been involved with community event planning and enjoys traveling and engaging in consensus building, leadership development and mentoring.

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Dr. Karlyn Borysenko

Dr. Karlyn Borysenko is an organizational psychologist, keynote speaker, and executive coach that became an accidental political commentator when an article she wrote about attending a Trump rally and calling for an end to the political divisiveness went massively viral, garnering 3 million views in less than one week. She has been featured on Fox News, Glenn Beck, Harvard Business Review and NPR among others. In addition to contributing to UncoverDC she is also a contributor to Forbes.com.

Twitter: @DrKarlynB

Web: zenworkplace.com

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Anthony Freda

Based in Long Island NY, Anthony Freda works as an editorial illustrator, visual political activist and as part of the adjunct faculty of the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. In addition to many mainstream clients, such as Time, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone and The New York Times, he also contributes to many alternative news websites and publication, such as Activist Post, Washington’s Blog, and The Trends Journal. 

In 2006 The Village Voice commissioned Freda to illustrate a story about people who challenge the official 9/11 narrative, the artwork has since become part of the permanent collection of the US National September 11th Museum in New York. Freda is also on the advisory board of Visual-Voices.org.

Web: www.AnthonyFreda.com

Web: Visual-Voices.org