Dr. Corsi has begun a research project to expose the truth behind the run up to World War II, specifically, the events leading to the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearly Harbor by the military forces of Imperial Japan.
He immediately encountered a major obstacle: critical and irreplaceable primary source material gathered by Robert Stinnett is the property of the Hoover Institute on the campus of Stanford University in Palo Alto, California. Gaining access to that material is proving to be a major challenge.
Dr. Corsi recorded the first in a series of broadcasts on October 7,2020, laying the predicate for this work, and sharing details regarding the resistance he experienced as he began his research.
Robert B. Stinnett was a Research Fellow at the Independent Institute and author of Day of Deceit: The Truth about FDR and Pearl Harbor. Stinnett served on the light aircraft carrier USS San Jacinto with George H. W. Bush during World War II.
Following the war, Stinnett became deeply interested in the events that culminated in the attack on Pearl Harbor, and dedicated two decades to its research.
Stinnett learned that United States President Franklyn D. Roosevelt, not only knew in advance the attack was coming, but may have even allowed it to take place.
Dr. Corsi is committed to uncovering the truth and sharing the facts with the American public.
Even though Stinnett’s research was donated to the Hoover Institution, survivors of the Pearl Harbor attack and their families deserve to know the truth, and key components of that truth are contained within those 90 storage boxes, tucked away in off-site storage in Palo Alto, gathering dust.