Welcome to the “Hidden Truth Show with Jim Breslo,” a podcast series which dives deeply into controversial and unresolved issues of our time in order to discover the “hidden truth,” irrespective of politics, religion, or political correctness. We take on subjects with no fear, seeking to expose hypocrisy, lies, hidden agendas, crimes, and conspiracies. We do this through long-form interviews with those with inside knowledge of the truth and often devote multiple episodes to the same subject.
The media’s obsession with everything Trump is crowding out important, real stories which need to be investigated and told. The host, former civil rights attorney Jim Breslo, utilizes his skills as a pit bull litigator to cut through the noise and get to the truth. Individual show topics touch on politics, culture, science, finance, spirituality, law, and more.
Host, Jim Breslo
Jim is a former civil rights attorney, public company president, and radio broadcaster. He hosted the Jim Breslo Show late nights on KRLA 870 AM in Los Angeles and Casino Talk with Louie Anderson weekends on 97.1 Free FM in Los Angeles. Currently, he is host of the Hidden Truth Show and founder of RealKast, a new media company. He has appeared as a legal expert on CNN, Fox, CRTV, KNX, KABC, KFI, and KRLA. He recently gained acclaim for landing the first ever sit down interviews with Bruce Paddock, brother of the Las Vegas shooter, and Sophia Hutchins, the transgender partner of Caitlyn Jenner, and Malik Obama, half brother of President Barak Obama on his Hidden Truth Show. Jim is also an Opinion writer for FoxNews.com
He was a partner at the international law firm Seyfarth Shaw, defending companies and individuals against alleged civil rights violations. He left the firm to become President of Diamond Game, a publicly traded gaming company that provides lottery machines and tickets to numerous state lotteries in the US and Canada. Jim is the author of 12 patented inventions in the gaming space.
Jim graduated cum laude from the University of California, Irvine (where he was the voice of the Anteater basketball team and host of Freedom of Voice talk show on KUCI-FM), and received his law degree from Northwestern University, serving as an editor of the Law Review.