Nord Stream Sabotage Was CIA, US Navy Covert Op: Seymour Hersh Bombshell Prompts White House Response
Famed journalist and Pulitzer prize winner Seymour Hersh, who for decades was a star reporter writing for The New York Times and New Yorker, on Wednesday published a new bombshell as his first Substack post, prompting a quick White House response

After conducting his own investigation into who sabotaged the Nord Stream pipelines via a series of underwater blasts on Sept. 26, Hersh has concluded the United States blew up the Russia-to-Germany natural gas pipeline as part of a covert operation under the guise of the BALTOPS 22 NATO exercise.

Famous investigative journalist Seymour Hersh, Image: Institute for Policy Studies

Hersh, relying on unnamed national security sources, describes months of discussions and back-and-forth involving the Biden White House, CIA, and Pentagon. The report says planning was in the works all the way back to December 2021, with a special task force formed under the aegis of US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan.

“The Navy proposed using a newly commissioned submarine to assault the pipeline directly. The Air Force discussed dropping bombs with delayed fuses that could be set off remotely. The CIA argued that whatever was done, it would have to be covert. Everyone involved understood the stakes,” the report, entitled How America Took Out The Nord Stream Pipeline reads.

“The Biden Administration was doing everything possible to avoid leaks as the planning took place late in 2021 and into the first months of 2022,” it continues.

As momentum gained to proceed with a covert sabotage attack, “Over the next few weeks, members of the CIA’s working group began to craft a plan for a covert operation that would use deep-sea divers to trigger an explosion along the pipeline,” Hersh writes.

But there was significant push back within the intelligence community, but any reservations were overcome in the lead-up and aftermath of the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February 2022. According to the investigative report:

Throughout “all of this scheming,” the source said, “some working guys in the CIA and the State Department were saying, ‘Don’t do this. It’s stupid and will be a political nightmare if it comes out.’”

Nevertheless, in early 2022, the CIA working group reported back to Sullivan’s interagency group: “We have a way to blow up the pipelines.”

What came next was stunning. On February 7, less than three weeks before the seemingly inevitable Russian invasion of Ukraine, Biden met in his White House office with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, who, after some wobbling, was now firmly on the American team. At the press briefing that followed, Biden defiantly said, “If Russia invades . . . there will be no longer a Nord Stream 2. We will bring an end to it.”

Twenty days earlier, Undersecretary Nuland had delivered essentially the same message at a State Department briefing, with little press coverage. “I want to be very clear to you today,” she said in response to a question. “If Russia invades Ukraine, one way or another Nord Stream 2 will not move forward.”

If false, slander. If true, war.

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As for Washington motives in such a risky covert sabotage mission, Hersh writes, “As long as Europe remained dependent on the pipelines for cheap natural gas, Washington was afraid that countries like Germany would be reluctant to supply Ukraine with the money and weapons it needed to defeat Russia.”

Biden in February of last year: “There will be no longer a Nord Stream 2, we will bring an end to it.”

Norway played a significant logistics and intelligence role in assisting an elite US Navy deep-diving team of divers based out of Panama City to carry out the operation:

Sometime in March, a few members of the team flew to Norway to meet with the Norwegian Secret Service and Navy. One of the key questions was where exactly in the Baltic Sea was the best place to plant the explosives. Nord Stream 1 and 2, each with two sets of pipelines, were separated much of the way by little more than a mile as they made their run to the port of Greifswald in the far northeast of Germany.

The Norwegian navy was quick to find the right spot, in the shallow waters of the Baltic sea a few miles off Denmark’s Bornholm Island. The pipelines ran more than a mile apart along a seafloor that was only 260 feet deep. That would be well within the range of the divers, who, operating from a Norwegian Alta class mine hunter, would dive with a mixture of oxygen, nitrogen and helium streaming from their tanks, and plant shaped C4 charges on the four pipelines with concrete protective covers. It would be tedious, time consuming and dangerous work, but the waters off Bornholm had another advantage: there were no major tidal currents, which would have made the task of diving much more difficult.

Hersh’s sources underscore that the order came directly from President Biden’s office:

The C4 attached to the pipelines would be triggered by a sonar buoy dropped by a plane on short notice, but the procedure involved the most advanced signal processing technology. Once in place, the delayed timing devices attached to any of the four pipelines could be accidentally triggered by the complex mix of ocean background noises throughout the heavily trafficked Baltic Sea—from near and distant ships, underwater drilling, seismic events, waves and even sea creatures. To avoid this, the sonar buoy, once in place, would emit a sequence of unique low frequency tonal sounds—much like those emitted by a flute or a piano—that would be recognized by the timing device and, after a pre-set hours of delay, trigger the explosives.

…On September 26, 2022, a Norwegian Navy P8 surveillance plane made a seemingly routine flight and dropped a sonar buoy. The signal spread underwater, initially to Nord Stream 2 and then on to Nord Stream 1. A few hours later, the high-powered C4 explosives were triggered and three of the four pipelines were put out of commission. Within a few minutes, pools of methane gas that remained in the shuttered pipelines could be seen spreading on the water’s surface and the world learned that something irreversible had taken place.

Given that it was Hersh – who broke such well-known stories as the My Lai massacre and Abu Ghraib scandal and has long been known for impeccable insider sources – behind the new bombshell ‘whodunnit’ report, mainstream media couldn’t ignore it this time (in the way MSM ignored Jeffrey Sachs and others).

The mainstream news media is the main source of disinformation today

— Michael Shellenberger (@ShellenbergerMD) February 8, 2023
The allegations were quickly picked up by The Times (UK), Reuters, and others – including Russian state media, prompting the White House to swiftly issue a rebuttal:

The White House said on Wednesday that a blog post by a U.S. investigative journalist alleging the United States was behind explosions of the Nord Stream pipelines “is utterly false and complete fiction.”

Russia’s Foreign Ministry says the Hersh report reveals new facts that must be answered to, however, with spokeswoman Maria Zakharova stressing, “We have repeatedly stated Russia’s position on the involvement of the United States and NATO, noting that they did not hide it, bragging to the whole world about their intention to destroy the civilian infrastructure through which Europe received Russian energy resources.”

She added: “We have also regularly underscored the reluctance of Denmark, Germany and Sweden to conduct an open investigation and the opposition to Russia’s participation in it. And this is despite the fact that our country has suffered huge costs. Now, the White House should comment on all these facts.”

( – The latest aircraft carrier to join the United States Navy (USN) is the USS George H. W. Bush (CVN 77), which carries a crew of approximately 3,200 (roughly 2,500 of whom support the air wings on board). When a Carrier Strike Group (CSG) is at sea, it has to maintain self-sufficiency, which takes a lot of supplies, including food, water, and other day-to-day needs. When ships finally make port, they spend a lot of money restocking everything, which led to the “Fat Leonard scandal” and the sentencing of a former American Navy Captain on bribery charges.

Long-Running Drama

Retired Captain David Haas served aboard the USS Blue Ridge (the flagship of the USN 7th Fleet) as the Operations Officer between the dates of August 2011 and July 2013. He was one of many US naval officers and officials who helped steer contracts with nearly $35 million in overcharges to Glenn Defense Marine Asia Ltd., which resupplied vessels throughout Southeast Asia.

“Fat Leonard” Francis was the owner of the supply company, and when Haas and other commanders ordered their ships into ports he controlled for resupply, he would reward them with expensive cigars, Kobe beef, and prostitutes, according to an indictment against Haas.

Haas pled guilty to one count of “Conspiracy to Commit Bribery,” and according to the indictment, he and a co-conspirator “provided Francis with classified US Navy ship schedules” and used their positions to push others to pay “inflated invoices… [and] suppress competition in contract awards.”

The plea agreement reached by Haas and his attorneys allowed him to plead guilty to the one count of “Conspiracy to Commit Bribery” while the Department of Justice (DOJ) dismissed other charges such as “Bribery [and] Conspiracy to Commit Honest Services Fraud.”

Haas was sentenced to 30 months in prison and three years of supervised release. Besides his sentence, he was ordered to pay almost $91,000 in restitution and assessed a $30,000 fine.

Fat Leonard Gets Away

Francis pled guilty to charges in 2015, but as of January 4, 2023, he had not yet been sentenced, which could be attributed to the fact that he cut off his ankle bracelet while under house arrest (on Labor Day weekend 2022), fleeing the country, and is now in Venezuela seeking asylum to stave off American authorities.

Even after pleading guilty, Francis was living in a luxurious house being guarded by private security rather than police, which came to the attention of Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA). He sent a letter dated November 1 to Roslynn Mauskopf, Director of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts, seeking some answers.

Grassley asked why there was a delay in notifying authorities that his ankle bracelet had been removed and that his neighbors had reported seeing “U-Haul moving trucks” at Francis’s house in the days before he left. In her response, Mauskopf spent many words essentially saying, thanks for asking, but we aren’t telling.

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Thursday, 2 February 2023

‘Bond villain’ oligarch who ‘kept SHARKS in his office’ with links to Zelensky has his home raided

A ‘James Bond villain’ oligarch who is said to keep sharks in his office to intimidate his enemies has had his mansion raided in Ukraine as part of a sweeping anti-corruption clampdown.

Ihor Kolomoisky, a warlord who helped Volodymyr Zelensky‘s rise to power, was targeted by the SBU, Ukraine‘s security service yesterday.

The 59-year-old tycoon was pictured standing in his hunting lodge residence near Dnipro wearing tracksuits and slippers as he was confronted by the agents.

Investigators are probing claims Kolomoisky embezzled around £1billion from two oil companies where he was previously the majority shareholder, Ukrainian media says.

The Ukrainian government seized stakes in the energy companies, oil producer Ukrnafta and refiner Ukrtatnafta, as part of moves to consolidate the war effort. 

Ihor Kolomoisky is pictured during the raid by Ukrainian security services at his Dnipro lodge yesterday

The oil baron, who was named in the Panama Papers, is accused of dodging customs duties to rack up his huge fortune, which included owning the TV channel that launched Zelensky’s comedy career. 

He backed the then-actor during his 2019 presidential bid with his media empire, although Zelensky has distanced himself from the billionaire businessman.

The mogul, who has been sanctioned by the US, also ‘laundered $5.5billion through a tangle of shell companies, purchasing factories and commercial properties across the U.S. heartland,’ the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists claims.

He is accused of heading up one of the biggest ever Ponzi schemes in the US and is one of the biggest real estate landlords in the US midwest.

Kolomoisky was born into a Jewish family in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine, when it was part of the Soviet Union.

After the collapse of the USSR, he started making a fortune importing foreign goods, and trading local metals on the international market.

Investigators are probing claims Kolomoisky embezzled around £1billion from two oil companies where he was previously the majority shareholder, Ukrainian media says
Kolomoisky, a warlord who helped Volodymyr Zelensky's rise to power, was targeted by the SBU, Ukraine's security service yesterday

He allegedly seized former state-held assets and paid off judges and magistrates as Russia struggled to control its burgeoning kleptocracy.

The ruthless leader soon started to cultivate a fearsome persona.

According to Forbes, he once deployed ‘hundreds of hired rowdies armed with baseball bats, iron bars, gas and rubber bullet pistols and chainsaws’ to forcibly take over a steel plant. 

He once lined the lobby of an oil company he wanted to push out with a row of coffins, and filled his shark tank with bloodied chum when he wanted to intimidate opponents. 

He was one of the most powerful figures in Ukraine by the 2010s and oversaw one of the country’s biggest banks PrivatBank.

Following the 2014 EuroMaidan Revolution when Russia first started trying to seize Ukraine, Kolomoisky started to bankroll the neo-Nazi Azov regiment and refashioned himself as a fierce defender of the motherland.

Investigators are probing claims Kolomoisky embezzled around £1billion from two oil companies where he was previously the majority shareholder

A US diplomat said, according to the Spectator: ‘I think Kolomoisky is super-dangerous. He was one of the first oligarchs who began to act like a warlord.’

But doubts crept in about the reality of his finances and government officials found billions missing from his empire.

The government was forced to give a mammoth £4.5billion bailout to PrivatBank to stop it collapsing, and soon found money hidden in faraway places such as Cleveland, Ohio. 

Investigators say he oversaw a laundering scheme that stole billions from unknowing Ukrainian depositors.

Loans that were publicly stated by PrivatBank were actually being redirected to to overseas entities using shell companies and offshore accounts.  

Kolomoisky vowed that he would turn around the fortunes of the steel heartlands of the US Midwest, but predictably it never happened, instead using the unsuspecting regions as the ideal place to hide his fortune. 

Despite his history of corruption, he remained largely untouched by the government until recently, because of his power and his influence over the militia. 

The 59-year-old tycoon was pictured standing in his hunting lodge residence near Dnipro wearing tracksuits and slippers as he was confronted by the agents
Despite his history of corruption, he remained largely untouched by the government until recently

But now, authorities have clamped down on him as part of Zelensky’s widening probe into corruption.

The search came ahead of a key summit with the EU and appeared to be part of a push by Kyiv to reassure key military and financial donors in European capitals and Washington that Ukraine is tackling systemic graft.

‘We are carrying out the task set by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and simultaneously delivering a global blow to the internal enemy,’ announced Vasyl Maliuk, the head of Ukraine’s security service, the SBU.

‘Every criminal who has the audacity to harm Ukraine, especially in the conditions of war, must clearly understand that we will put handcuffs on him.’

The raids also targeted former interior minister Arsen Avakov, said the head of Zelensky’s party David Arakhamia.

Law enforcement also raided tax offices in the capital and senior customs officials were fired, Arakhamia said.

Authorities have clamped down on him as part of Zelensky's widening probe into corruption (pictured in 2019)

In the biggest political shakeup since the launch of Moscow’s assault on Ukraine, authorities last week fired around a dozen senior figures, including defence officials and a top aide to the president’s office.

The raids on Wednesday came two days before Zelensky was expected to host a summit with the European Union, which has urged reforms to facilitate deeper integration.

The SBU also said it had uncovered a scheme by the head of the Kyiv tax office over ‘multimillion-dollar’ fraud schemes, accusing the official of abusing a position of authority.

In an address to the nation on Tuesday, Zelensky vowed officials would take further measures to sweep away graft, saying ‘all the necessary steps have already been taken.’

‘People in the government who do not meet the basic requirements of the state and society should not occupy their seats,’ he said.

Zelensky vowed officials would take further measures to sweep away graft, saying 'all the necessary steps have already been taken'

The State Bureau of Investigation and the Prosecutor General’s Office said on Wednesday that they had informed a number of senior officials they were being investigated for crimes including misappropriation of state funds and misuse of state property.

Last week the defence ministry announced the resignation of deputy minister Vyacheslav Shapovalov, who was involved in logistical support for the army.

That resignation came after the ministry was accused of signing food contracts at prices two to three times higher that market rates for basics.

Despite being vocal about fighting corruption, Zelensky himself has been embroiled in corruption scandals in the past.

He is now working to drum up political backing for Ukraine at a critical time in the conflict, with Russian forces claiming to have captured fresh ground in the eastern Donetsk region.

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Thursday, 2 February 2023

Zelensky’s Great Purge continues, launching police raid against oligarch who fell out of favor with Biden Admin
The Ukrainian president’s longtime political and financial patron is no longer in the good graces of the people in charge.

Jordan Schachtel

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Ukrainian President Volodomyr Zelensky just sicced his secret police (Ukraine’s SBU) on Igor Kolomoisky, a billionaire oligarch who was once wholly responsible for financing the Ukrainian president’s rise to power. The significance of the story — regarding Zelensky turning on his longtime patron and Kolomoisky’s other significant ties — was entirely buried by foreign and state media, with most merely referring to the situation as another in a series of “anti-corruption” actions.

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Sbu and State Investigation Bureau are searching oligarch Kolomoisky’s mansion in the Ukrnafta and Ukrtatnafta embezzlement case. What an interior.

A quick rundown on why Mr. Kolomoisky is significant:

He owned Burisma when it employed Hunter Biden.

He financed Zelensky’s entire television, business, and political career, including his rise to the presidency.

He once funded Ukrainian militias, but later argued that Kiev should engage in a detente with Russia. This part is critical, as Kolomoisky’s good standing with the West shifted dramatically after this decision.

Since then, he became the subject of an FBI probe and U.S. sanctions.

He has since had his assets seized and nationalized by the Ukrainian government, and he has been stripped of his Ukrainian citizenship, despite being born in Ukraine and living his entire life in Ukraine.

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Ukraine’s secret police is seizing not only Kolomoisky’s assets, but the property of several high-profile figures as part of Zelensky’s highly-publicized anti-corruption tour, through which the Ukrainian president has received endless praise in the western media. All of these raids and seizures are happening entirely outside of the bounds of any semblance of the rule of law. They are simply being ordered by Zelensky’s office, and justified under martial law rules.

The truth is that these are anything but anti-corruption raids.

Zelensky is running a blitzkrieg operation that is dissolving and disbanding all checks on the president’s authority, concentrating power into the hands of an increasingly authoritarian regime in Kiev, which has now embraced ethnic cleansing and punishes thought crimes.

A couple weeks ago, Zelensky’s three highest ranking Interior Ministry officials were killed in a “helicopter crash” over Kiev, which is hundreds of miles removed from the current battlefield.

Countless regional governors and deputy ministers have been stripped of authority, again, without any due process. Zelensky’s deputy minister of defense, the deputy head of Ukraine’s presidential office, and the deputy prosecutor general are but many of the high-ranking individuals who were recently removed due to “corruption” allegations.

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This is not so much an anti-corruption maneuver as it is a Stalinesque Great Purge, the difference being that the USSR-born Zelensky seems not to be the top dog in his own country.

The Kolomoisky raid highlights a Ukraine whose sovereignty has been sold to foreign actors, with the new regime in charge having tasked an actor, Volodomyr Zelensky, with the role of managing the day to day operations in Kiev. In the meantime, Ukraine continues devolving into a failed state, as its leadership remains committed to the abuse of realpolitik and maintaining its maximalist war-footing against a much more powerful neighbor. It all comes to the delight of the western defense industry, which continues to use Ukraine as a munitions laundering opportunity.

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Tuesday, 31 January 2023

West Point Reinstates Travel Ban on Unvaxxed Cadets AFTER Military Mandate Repealed

Catherine Salgado

12:37 PM on January 30, 2023

West Point Reinstates Travel Ban on Unvaxxed Cadets AFTER Military Mandate Repealed

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The U.S. military COVID-19 vaccine mandate has been lifted and Congress is considering legislation to compensate service members fired for vaccination status, but West Point refuses to acknowledge it. The U.S. Military Academy actually reinstated its travel ban on unvaccinated cadets after the military mandate was lifted, according to military attorney R. Davis Younts and Just the News. At this point, West Point is just playing power games.

The military has still not begun to treat unvaccinated service members equally, however. ”Despite the lifting of the vaccine mandate, unvaccinated military members are still facing repercussions, including denial of benefits, ineligibility for promotion and/or deployment, and potentially diminished employment prospects for those already discharged,” Just the News said. West Point’s reinstatement of restrictions after the vaccine mandate’s strike-down is particularly direct and open coercion.

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I reported here back on Nov. 11 that West Point’s Veterans’ Day present to unvaccinated cadets was to give them a 10-hour ultimatum the day before (Nov. 10) to decide to get the COVID-19 vaccine or leave campus. The West Point developmental counseling form threatened, “Failure to obey this order may result in punitive or adverse administrative action,” including being forced to leave the military with either an honorable or dishonorable discharge. The 10-hour ultimatum was a denial of an appeal of the original vaccine exemption requests from unvaccinated cadets. And although the appeals were officially denied Nov. 2, cadets were only informed Nov. 10 with the 10-hour deadline — just before a three-day weekend. This while all COVID-19 vaccines available to the military were only emergency use authorized, not FDA approved. All of which indicates that West Point isn’t interested in health; it’s interested in coercing cadets into following an unjust order regardless of how right or wrong it is.

West Point originally prohibited all cadets from travel at the beginning of the pandemic, then restricted only unvaccinated cadets, then dropped that restriction last semester for events and sports while the military vaccine mandate was still in force, Just the News said. But after the Pentagon dropped its vaccine mandate, West Point reinstated travel restrictions in what “feels like coercion” to get vaccinated, Younts said. The attorney wondered if the move came as there isn’t “anything left to coerce [the cadets] into compliance?”

This comes as there is increasing evidence of the COVID-19 vaccines’ serious side effects and as young people, including an Air Force Academy cadet, die suddenly in increasing numbers. For instance, a recent study found high levels of spike protein in COVID mRNA-vaccinated myocarditis patients, Epoch Times reported, and world-renowned cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough said in December that myocarditis cases went from 4 per million to 25,000 per million after the COVID vaccine rollout. A new video from Project Veritas also showed a Pfizer executive boasting that his company was planning on “mutating” the COVID virus to make more COVID vaccines, which he called a “cash cow.”

Just the News noted the amount of effort unvaccinated cadets put into their refusal to be coerced:

”While the vaccine mandate was still in effect, the unvaccinated cadets submitted Religious Accommodation Requests (RAR) for exemptions. After the requests were denied, they appealed the denials, which were also denied. After the denials of their RAR appeals, they requested medical exemptions, which were in turn denied, appealed and denied again.”

Following the 2023 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) repeal of the military vaccine mandate, legislation has been introduced in the House of Representatives and the Senate to prevent the Department of Defense (DOD) from ever issuing a COVID-19 vaccine mandate again without Congressional approval, Just the News noted. The legislation would also make the DOD reinstate unvaccinated military and give those service members forced out of the military for vaccination status retirement pay.

Let’s hope Congress also calls out West Point for its coercive tactics against unvaccinated cadets.


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Sunday, 29 January 2023

How Tyre Nichols was beaten to death in FIVE MINUTES

PUBLISHED: 02:13 EST, 28 January 2023 | UPDATED: 11:50 EST, 28 January 2023

Memphis cops on Friday night released footage showing the events leading up to the death of 29-year-old Tyre Nichols.

Horrific footage showed the moments he was stopped by police, him fleeing, then the vicious beating when they caught up and the lack of medical care.

Five officers involved in the January 7 incident have been charged with second-degree murder, and fired from the force.

CJ Davis, the well-respected Memphis police chief, said she had never witnessed anything so devastating in her policing career.

Meanwhile Benjamin Crump, an attorney representing the Nichols family, said Nichols was treated like ‘a human piñata’.

The four clips – three from body cameras, one from a surveillance camera attached to a post – have shocked and angered America.

Here breaks down the footage from start to finish – from the moment he was pulled over to him slumped next to a cop cruiser as EMTs watched on.


At 8:20pm on January 7, Nichols, who was born in Sacramento and moved to Memphis in February 2020, was driving home from a suburban park, where he had taken photos of the sunset.

He was driving along East Raines Road in south eastern Memphis when he encountered the police. One officer said he was ‘cutting through traffic’.

‘So we just try to get him to stop. He don’t stop,’ an officer told his colleagues, in the body camera footage. ‘Hit the siren. Stop stop stop.

‘Then he drove around, swerved like he gonna hit my car. ‘So then I’m like – goddamn.

‘He pull up to the red light. Stop at the red light. He put his turning signal on. ‘So we jump out the car. ‘S*** went from there.’

At 8:24pm, two officers are seen confronting Nichols in the driving seat of his car, at the intersection between East Raines Road and Ross Road.

Nichols's car is seen being pulled over at 8:24pm in south eastern Memphis on January 7

Bodycam shows Tyre Nichols being tazed by Memphis PD

One officer orders Nichols: ‘Get the f*** out of the f****** car,’ and wrestles him out.

Nichols can he heard protesting, telling the officer: ‘Damn, I didn’t do anything. Hey, I didn’t.’ The officer tells him: ‘Turn your a** around.’

The officers attempt to push Nichols, father of a four-year-old son, to the ground.

Nichols can be seen objecting, but, when one officer threatens to ‘tase your a**,’ Nichols replies: ‘Alright, I’m on the ground – I’m on the ground.’

He is sitting, and the officer instructs him: ‘Lay down. Get on the f****** ground. I’m going to tase you. ‘I’m going to break your s***.’

Nichols has the Taser prodded into his left thigh, and is told: ‘B****, put your hands behind your back.’

Nichols can be seen wrestling with the two officers, who demand he lies down

The officers attempt to put him in handcuffs, telling him: ‘I’m going to knock your hands the f*** out.’

Nichols replies: ‘OK, you guys are doing a lot right now.’ He tells them: ‘I’m just trying to go home.’

Nichols lived with his mother, RowVaughn Wells, and stepfather Rodney Wells. He worked for FedEx, and was a passionate skateboarder.

The officers continue trying to push him to lie down. Nichols replies, with growing frustration: ‘I am on the ground!’

‘On your stomach!’ an officer replies. ‘I can’t breathe,’ Nichols said. At 8:25pm, there is a commotion, and pepper spray is deployed.

Nichols scrambles to his feet and runs. One officer yells: 'Taser, taser!' Nichols continues running, taking his t-shirt partially off as he runs

‘What the f*** man?’ says one of the officers. Nichols scrambles to his feet and runs. One officer yells: ‘Taser, taser!’

Nichols continues running, taking his t-shirt partially off as he runs. ‘Oh s***,’ says one officer, and they both begin running after him, with pepper spray in their eyes.

At 8:26pm the officer radios for help: ‘2938, we’re at Raines and Ross. Taser was deployed. ‘Suspect is running down Ross.’


The two officers do not chase Nichols for long. Both have pepper spay in their faces – one in both eyes, the other missing his eyes but getting in his eyebrows.

The body camera footage shows the pair of them walking back to their two patrol cars at 8:27pm, with one having to guide the other, who is having trouble seeing.

He fetches water from his colleague’s patrol car, and begins pouring water into his eyes while he stands with his head tilted upwards, hands in his pockets.

The officer wearing the body camera tells him the taser shot caught Nichols. ‘One of the prongs hit the b******,’ he said.

The officer searches for his glasses, which have got knocked off in the chaos.

At 8:29pm, as they continue to catch their breath, and the officer repeatedly pours water into his colleague’s eyes, another officer drives up in an unmarked car.

The driver rolls down his window and asks: ‘Which way’d he run?’ ‘That way,’ he replies, and points.

The driver switches on his sirens, floors the accelerator and roars off.

The officer proceeds to find his glasses, then wind in his taser wires, while his colleague recovers, and pours more water in his face.

At 8:31pm, a sheriff’s patrol car arrives with its lights flashing. ‘That way,’ the officer tells him. ‘Thin male, black, blue jeans and a plaid jacket.’

The sheriff drives off at speed, with his sirens blaring. At 8:32pm, the officer announces to his colleague: ‘They found him.’


His colleague, not hearing, says at 8:33pm: ‘They got him.’ The body camera officer tells his colleague: ‘Martin and all them are over there chasing him.’

He appears to be referencing Emmitt Martin III, one of the five indicted officers. His colleague exclaims: ‘I sprayed myself.’

‘You sprayed me too! Luckily it didn’t get in my eyes, just on my eyebrow.’

He adds: ‘I hope they stomp his a**. I hope they stomp his a**. Smith has called for other cars because him and Martin are chasing him.’

Smith would appear to be Justin Smith, another of the five.

One minute before, at 8:33pm , other officers tell the Memphis Police dispatch that they are catching up with Nichols

At 8:34pm, the officer decides his eyes have recovered sufficiently, and puts his body armor back on. ‘Are you sure?’ his colleague asks.

He gets into the driving seat, telling the bodycam wearer: ‘Stay right with the car.’ ‘OK, I gotcha,’ he replies, and at 8:34pm the officer drivers away to catch up with Nichols.

One minute before, at 8:33pm, other officers tell the Memphis Police dispatch that they are catching up with Nichols.

‘2930 we can see him. We’re on foot pursuit southbound on Ross and Castlegate Lane,’ says one officer, as heard on the body camera footage.

As he comes round the corner, behind a parked car, two officers can be seen kneeling over Nichols, who appears to be on the floor.

‘I didn’t do anything!’ Nichols yells. The officer tells him: ‘Shut the f*** up. Give me your hands.’ The body camera officer says: ‘You wanna get sprayed again?’


Nichols is on the floor, with at least three officers now pinning him down.

At the mention of the pepper spray, one officer exclaims: ‘Woah, woah, woah!’

Nichols screams as pepper spray gets in his eyes, and writhes, trying to get away.

Body cam footage shows Memphis PD beating and macing Tyre Nichols

The officer walks away, after the pepper spray is deployed as the cops are forced to wash out their own eyes

One officer pushes him onto his back, yelling: ‘Get on your knees.’ Nichols is lying on his side, and yells: ‘Mom!’ The home he shares with his mother is nearby.

‘Give me your hands. Give me your f****** hands,’ the officer commands, and Nichols replies: ‘Alright, alright.’

Another officer runs into sight, and someone says: ‘Watch out. Spray’ Pepper spray is deployed again, getting into the face of at least one officer.

‘Ah, s***,’ he says, walking away. ‘Ah, s***.’ The other officers can be heard yelling at Nichols to give them his hands. Nichols yells for his mother.


Two officers are now trying to get Nichols’ hands behind his back. Nichols tries to push himself up on his right arm, leaning on his right side.

A third officer walks over, and, pausing to get full force, brings his right leg back and kicks him in the top half of his body. Nichols is now lying on his back.

The officer who kicked moves to the top of Nichols’s body, and again kicks him with his right leg, this time in the head.

A third officer walks over, and, pausing to get full force, brings his right leg back and kicks him in the top half of his body. Nichols is now lying on his back


At 8:34pm, an officer commands: ‘Give me your hands! Turn around! Lay back!’

The officer with the body camera returns to the tussling men and Nichols, and pulls his baton out of its holder, clasping it in his right hand.

‘Watch out – I’m going to baton the f*** out of you,’ he tells Nichols. He beats him, then walks away at 8:35pm, baton still in his right hand. 

The officer with the body camera returns to the tussling men and Nichols, and pulls his baton out of its holder, clasping it in his right hand


Blows begin raining down on Nichols.

A fourth officer is now seen arriving, with his right arm raised. Nichols is still pinned to the floor by three officers, struggling and kicking.

The officer with the raised arm careful, deliberately and powerfully punches Nichols in the head, taking his time to get enough force.

Horrific footage of Memphis PD punching Tyre Nichols

At 8:35pm , Nichols is punched by the same officer a second time, and then dragged to his feet

At 8:35pm, Nichols is punched by the same officer a second time, and then dragged to his feet.

He appears unable to stand, and is wobbling around. Officers are holding his wrists behind his back.

An officer then takes a huge swing, and punches him, while he is held up, arms behind his back.

Nichols is reeling – he is still on his feet, but unsteady, and being held by the officers.

The officers punch him again, in the stomach – then the same officer punches him a second and third time. He has now been punched six times.

Nichols slumps to the floor – his right leg outstretched, left leg bent at the knee. Three officers are on him now; he appears to be kneeling.

At 8:36pm, another officer runs into view. He kicks Nichols in the ribs – a third kick, to go with the six sucker punches.

Officers wrestle with Nichols, lying on the ground


The officers then seem to lose interest in Nichols. He is handcuffed, and at 8:38pm is dragged to sit up against the patrol car, his legs straight ahead of him.

Shattered, Nichols is unable to sit. He writhes and twitches, but the officers are uninterested. They seem pleased with themselves.

At 8:39pm, two of the officers fist-bump each other, by the hood of the patrol car. 

Nichols is seen propped up against the car, bloodied and barely conscious
Nichols is seem propped up against the car, with no one checking on him

At 8:40pm, a different set of officers with exchange a congratulatory fist-bump. 

As Nichols thrashes around – at times on the floor, at times propped up, writhing and flailing his legs – they ignore him. 

They are more concerned with locating their missing equipment lost during the tussle.

‘What the f*** is wrong with my radio, man?’ asks one, at 8:41pm. ‘You seen my flashlight?’ another asks at 8:46pm.

The officers – there are by now at least a dozen on the scene – seem relaxed. At 8:49pm, one lights a cigarette.

The officers - many of them wearing the uniform of the Scorpions unit - stand around and chat while Nichols moans
Nichols lies on the ground - slumped against the car. By now the officers have largely lost interest

A few minutes later, still milling around, they stop to exchange stories, and laugh. At 8:52pm a group of around four are seen in animated, chuckling conversation.

They excitedly recap the incident, with one telling his colleague: ‘You was running. You looking like Stevie Wonder, man.’

Nichols can occasionally be heard moaning in the background, when one of the officers passes by.

Two EMTs appear to be standing by, with bags of equipment, but chat among themselves, paying little attention to him.

The officers dismiss Nichols, repeatedly, as ‘high as a kite’. The EMTs do not seem concerned with investigating further.


Twenty four agonizing minutes after the police beating stopped, an ambulance finally arrives at 9pm precisely.

It is not clear why it took almost half an hour for medical aid to arrive. Nichols is put on a stretcher and taken to hospital. He will die three days later. 

Tyre Nichols, 29, was brutally beaten like a 'human piñata' by five Memphis, Tennessee, police officers , who were all African American, on January 7 and died three days later in the hospital from kidney failure and cardiac arrest

‘They’re just as guilty’: Tyre Nichols’ stepfather calls for charges against paramedics who failed to aid 29-year-old for 20 MINUTES before finally tending to him as he slumped on the ground – as two more cops suspended

The stepfather of Tyre Nichols has called for criminal charges against the paramedics who appeared to stand by after he was savagely beaten by police, while two deputies who responded after the altercation also face investigation.

Released on Friday, video of the January 7 incident in Memphis shows at least 10 cops and two paramedics milling about casually for nearly 20 minutes as Nichols lies on the ground critically injured. He died in hospital three days later.   

‘Everyone — the fire department, paramedics that came out that stood around and didn’t do anything — they’re just as guilty,’ Nichols’ stepfather Rodney Wells told ABC News following the release of the video.

‘Everyone that was active in the whole scene, the whole video, should be charged,’ he added. Five Memphis cops have already been charged with second-degree murder.

Meanwhile, the sheriff of Shelby County, which includes Memphis, said that after viewing the video, he is suspending two deputies who responded to the scene following the beating, which began with a traffic stop.

Tyre Nichols' stepfather Rodney Wells (above) has called for criminal charges against the paramedics who appeared to fail to render aid after he was savagely beaten by police
Two paramedics are seen standing over Nichols as he flops on the pavement, unable to speak or sit up, following the January 7 beating by police that began with a traffic stop

Timeline of medical aid for Nichols

8.36pm: The police beating concludes and Nichols is in handcuffs.

8.41pm: Paramedics arrive on the scene.

8.47pm: Paramedic asks Nichols what drugs he took. Nichols is unable to speak and gurgles in response.

For another 10 minutes they stand by as he twitches on the pavement. 

8.57pm: Paramedics begin rendering some kind of aid, appearing to bandage Nichols.

9pm: Ambulance arrives to transport Nichols 

Sheriff Floyd Bonner Jr. said in a statement: ‘Having watched the videotape for the first time tonight, I have concerns about two deputies who arrived on the scene following the physical confrontation between police and Tyre Nichols.’

Bonner said he had launched an internal investigation into the two deputies, adding that they had been relieved of duty pending the outcome of the probe. 

The video raises disturbing questions about the apparent lack of action from first responders to treat Nichols after he was kicked and punched in the head, struck three times with a metal baton, and twice sprayed with pepper spray in the face.

Paramedics arrived on the scene about five minutes after the assault on Nichols concluded, at which point he was handcuffed and slumped against the side of a car.

The video shows a paramedic leaning over Nichols asking: ‘What’d you have? We’re trying to get you straight, what’d you have?’

Nichols is heard making a gurgling noise, but appears unable to speak, although he had been heard speaking clearly and relatively calmly before the assault. 

Officers at the scene were heard remarking that Nichols was ‘on something’ and ‘high as a kite’ as they wisecracked after the assault.

Cops may have advised the paramedics that Nichols was on drugs, though no evidence that he was has emerged in the weeks following the assault. 

Paramedics arrive on the scene about five minutes after the beating, but do not seem to render immediate aid to Nichols, after cops claimed he was high on drugs
A paramedic is seen leaning over Nichols asking, 'What'd you have? We're trying to get you straight, what'd you have?' He is unable to respond and makes a gurgling noise
Police and paramedics stand by as Nichols is sprawled handcuffed on the pavement

Aside from these inquiries about drugs, paramedics appeared to offer little aid as Nichols sprawled unresponsive on the pavement, unable to sit up on his own, and unable to speak.

The video does not appear to show the paramedics checking vital signs such as blood pressure, and as they left Nichols flopping on the pavement, his head struck the hubcap of the car at least once.

Finally, about 20 minutes after the assault concluded, and about 15 minutes after they first arrived on the scene, the paramedics can be seen removing some kind of equipment from their kits and leaning over Nichols to treat him. 

About five later, an ambulance pulled up and removed a stretcher to transport Nichols.

Nichols died in intensive care on January 10 after suffering cardiac arrest and kidney failure as a result of his injuries. 

In addition to the paramedics, sworn police officers have a duty to render aid, and the five officers charged in the incident were fired from the Memphis police department for their failure to do so.

Finally, about 20 minutes after the assault concluded, and about 15 minutes after they first arrived on the scene, the paramedics can be seen removing some kind of equipment from their kits and leaning over Nichols to treat him
Finally at 9pm, an ambulance pulled up and removed a stretcher to transport Nichols

The five cops who were fired and charged are Tadarrius Bean, Demetrius Haley, Emmitt Martin III, Desmond Mills Jr, and Justin Smith. 

They are charged with second-degree murder, assault, aggravated kidnapping, official misconduct and official oppression. 

Memphis Police Director Cerelyn ‘CJ’ Davis has said other officers are under investigation for their part in the arrest.

Davis described the five officers’ actions as ‘heinous, reckless and inhumane.’

The video released on Friday night shows Nichols, 29, crying out for his mother multiple times during the brutal January 7 assault, which took place just a few blocks from his home.

‘Mom! Mom!’ screams Nichols as he is pinned to the ground by multiple officers, pepper sprayed in the face, kicked and punched in the head, and struck with a metal baton.

The video shows police rained at least nine blows down on the FedEx worker while screaming profanities throughout the nearly four-minute altercation.

Throughout the videos, officers make claims about Nichols that are not supported by the footage, or what the district attorney or other officials have said about the case. 

Charged with second degree murder are (top, left to right) Tadarrius Bean, Demetrius Haley, Emmitt Martin III, and (bottom, left to right) Desmond Mills Jr. and Justin Smith

In one of the videos, an officer claims that during the initial traffic stop Nichols wrestled for his gun before fleeing. The video does not depict such an incident.

After Nichols is in handcuffs and leaning against a police car, several officers claimed that he must have been high. 

Later, an officer says no drugs were found in his car, and another officer immediately counters that Nichols must have ditched something while he was running away.

The footage has been widely condemned by police departments and unions across the country. 

The national president of the Fraternal Order of Police issued a scathing statement in response to the video of police beating Nichols.

Patrick Yoes said the officers’ physical confrontation with Nichols ‘does not constitute legitimate police work or a traffic stop gone wrong.’ 

Instead, Yoes called it a ‘criminal assault under the pretext of law.’


Friday, 27 January 2023


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Wednesday, 25 January 2023

Treason in America – Again
Lawrence Kadish

As Benedict Arnold cynically realized centuries ago, treason may be the most threatening weapon our enemies can aim at the heart of a democracy, especially the one that leads the free world to keep it safe from tyranny. (Image source: MPI/Getty Images)
Benedict Arnold, move over.

Loathed as one of America’s most despised traitors, we are reminded that Arnold once was the hero of Saratoga during the Revolutionary War, only to become a turncoat prepared to hand over West Point to the British.

During the last century there was Aldrich Ames, a former Central Intelligence Agency officer turned KGB double agent. Now serving a life sentence without parole, he did enormous damage to our national security while sending many American intelligence assets to their deaths in the Soviet Union. You want an example of how one American can do incalculable damage to his country? Read the Ames file.

But wait. There is now a 21st Century indictment that, if proven in a court of law, is absolutely mind-numbing.

The FBI’s former top spy-hunter based in New York, Charles McGonigal, has been charged with violating U.S. sanctions and other criminal counts stemming from alleged ties to Russian oligarch billionaire Oleg Deripaska, a confident of Vladimir Putin.

The indictment also says McGonigal is accused of trying to get Deripaska removed from a U.S. sanctions list.

A second indictment accuses the G-man of hiding payments totaling $225,000 that he allegedly received from an individual considered an asset by an Albanian intelligence agency.

For those who believe that our nation, with all of its faults, remains mankind’s last best hope, this is stunning news. Not only does this indictment suggest that our country’s security can be purchased by our enemies, but also that those sworn to defend America can allegedly be bought and paid for – again.

How is this possible? How low can the human spirit sink that there would be those who would sell their souls, and their nation’s safety, for cash?

Ames once provided an answer to CNN during a 1998 interview.

He said his reasons were “personal, banal, and amounted really to greed and folly.” The “payout” for his betrayal was approximately $2.7 million. Tell that to the men and women buried at Arlington.

This most recent indictment of a former FBI spy hunter is a searing reminder that treason is not some distant crime found in lamented chapters of our history. Its poison is still found among individuals of authority within our national institutions, where it remains insidious, lethal, and malignant:

“Article III, Section 3, Clause 1: Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court.” (United States Constitution)

As Benedict Arnold cynically realized centuries ago, treason may be the most threatening weapon our enemies can aim at the heart of a democracy, especially the one that leads the free world to keep it safe from tyranny.

Lawrence Kadish serves on the Board of Governors of Gatestone Institute.

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Written by Steve Cannon for USSA News.

It’s an insult to injury, service members who were fired over refusing the Pentagon’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate are now being forced to repay signing bonuses after serving their country for years and putting their lives on the line.

One former Army service member who refused the jab last May and was kicked out of the military for it told Fox News Digital in an interview that he is now being forced to pay back his original signing bonus. The Pentagon is claiming it wants its money back because the service member failed to complete the commitment in his contract.

Members of the US military that were fired for not getting the Covid Vax are now being forced to repay their signing bonuses.

This is unacceptable to say the least.

The Biden administration is the biggest disgrace in our nation’s history.

— JohnGalt 🇺🇸🇮🇱 (@JohnJGaltrules) January 24, 2023

The soldier signed up for a six-year stretch with the Army and received a $7,000 signing bonus. Since he was discharged before the six years were up, the military notified him that he would have to pay back a prorated amount of just over $4,000. To cover the cost, he had to “sell” 60 of his unused vacation days to cover the amount owed. He was evidently one of the lucky ones who had that recourse. Many didn’t.

The service member contends that the whole situation has affected his mental health. He asserts that the way the military treated him was a “final kick in the face.”

“I’ve deployed multiple times, and I feel like the last thing I had was selling leave days that I earned and was never able to take due to me being deployed or needing that time to prepare for the training cycle. I was about to enter a new world with no income, and that extra bit would have been a nice buffer in my rainy day fund to keep me afloat until I was able to find new employment,” he commented.

“The Department of Defense continues to fall short on reestablishing trust for wrongdoings, and this is yet another example of that,” another service member told Fox News Digital in an interview. He stated that the recoupment of signing bonuses is the “icing on the cake” of the Pentagon’s deplorable treatment of military members.

There is a lot of anger and resentment out there and with this kind of treatment of the military, it will likely only get worse.

“The appalling treatment these individuals endured broke the trust that is owed to our citizens and our volunteers. America’s sons and daughters,” the Army member bitterly remarked in a statement.

“Until true efforts are made to establish trust, the recruiting and retention shortfalls will only continue. The individuals who make public statements that they are unsure what has contributed to the current recruiting and retention shortfalls need to take a look in the mirror, and perhaps they should resign for the betterment of our nation,” he added.

The claw-back of signing bonuses by the Pentagon from discharged service members follows Illegitimate Illegitimate President Biden’s signing of the fiscal year 2023 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which included a provision to repeal the administration’s military vaccine mandate.

The military should not be booting servicemembers for exercising the very same rights they swore to defend.

— Representative Brian Mast (@RepBrianMast) January 18, 2023

Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin also signed a memo updating records and removing letters of reprimand from troops whose exemption requests for the vaccine were denied.

In light of those developments, there appears to be no excuse for the Pentagon to take its pound of flesh from service members in retaliation for submitting to the vaccine mandate. Many agree it’s incredibly bad PR for the military.


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Friday, 20 January 2023


PUBLISHED: 16:21 EST, 20 January 2023 | UPDATED: 18:00 EST, 20 January 2023

Biden classified files were sent to ANOTHER D.C. location before they were stored at think tank

The long and winding document trail that leads classified documents from Joe Biden‘s vice presidential office to the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement in Washington, D.C. and now back into the hands of the government, includes yet another stopover: a temporary facility in the nation’s capital, a source tells

The documents were moved in the summer of 2017 after spending about six months at a government transition office near the White House once Biden left the vice presidency. 

The space, in DC‘s Chinatown neighborhood, was overseen by the Penn Biden Center while its prized location near the Capitol was being readied. The office had its formal opening, attended by Biden, in 2018.

‘Everything was just moved en masse to temporary space, then moved to Penn Biden,’ the person told 

President Joe Biden said Thursday he had no regrets when asked about classified documents discovered at his former office and Wilmington home. A person familiar says the documents were transferred from a transition office to temporary space in 2017 before making their way to the

The new location adds yet another layer to the confusing classified documents debacle in which the files ended up inside a locked cabinet at the Penn Biden Center where they got discovered in November 2022 – while raising new questions about the total universe of people who might have had access to the documents over a last six years.  

People involved in the process include Biden’s former staff members, General Services Administration personnel, and the staff at the think tank, an entity that would later have roles for senior aides that remain in Biden’s orbit, including now-Secretary of State Antony Blinken who served as the center’s managing director.

The woman who oversaw the packing and shipping of Biden’s documents in 2017 was former administrative assistant Kathy Chung, who secured the position with a well-placed recommendation from Hunter Biden, who touted her capabilities to his father.

‘Hunter Biden recommended it. They had worked together at Department of Commerce years ago,’ the person said. Hunter notified her of the opportunity, asked her if she was interested, and found out that she was. 

‘He spoke to her father about her,’ said the person. So did former Delaware Sen. Ted Kaufman, a longtime Biden associate who is among the trio of Democratic senators she had worked for in the past.

Hunter Biden did a stint at the agency under Secretary William Daley at the tail end of the Clinton Administration from 1998 to 2001, following a job at a bank at the start of a career in law and lobbying.

Then, as now, he had his father’s ear on a variety of matters. 

Hunter Biden recommended Cathy Chung to be his father's administrative assistant and helped oversee the packing and moving of Biden's file. There is no indication that she was aware of any classified documents.
A Biden lawyer discovered documents marked 'classified' while clearing out Biden's old office at the Penn Biden Center near the Capitol. The discovery would spark the events that led to the appointment of a special counsel
At least a few documents were found in Biden's garage at his Wilmington, Delaware home. Biden's sons, Beau and Hunter, rebuilt the car for him

Chung was the first person to be publicly identified as meeting with federal investigators in the matter. She spoke to US Attorney John Lausch’s office before AG Merrick Garland appointed Special Counsel Robert Hur to oversee the documents probe.

Officials working with Biden at the time who remain attached to him are senior aides Steve Richetti and Kate Bedingfield, and senior advisor Mike Donilon. 

The former assistant helped oversee the packing of files during the busy tail end of Biden’s second term as VP. That was a time that featured a flurry of activity by Biden himself even in his final days in office. It required keeping his office functioning even while things were being put away for safekeeping.

There is no indication that Chung knew that the boxes of documents also included documents marked classified that Biden lawyer Patrick Moore discovered while clearing out Biden’s former DC office in November. 

‘She helped pack up the contents of the vice president’s office, including documents, and was responsible for their being transferred to the transition office,’ said the person, who said Chung had ‘responsibility’ for the move. ‘She just didn’t know the contents of every box that was being moved.’

Mixed up with what have been reported to be 10 government documents, some marked ‘top secret,’ were the contents of desks and cabinets from Biden’s old office, papers related to late son Beau Biden’s funeral, and a document related to home repairs at Biden’s Wilmington home – a site that was itself revealed to contain additional classified material. 

GSA has previously confirmed that Biden’s team vacated their transition office in July 2017, which is when the documents began the next leg of their journey, heading southeast across the city. The Penn Biden Center did not respond to a request for comment about exactly how long the boxes of material remained at the Chinatown location, and who had access to it.

The discovery of the documents has presented an immediate political problem for Biden, who said Thursday he had ‘no regrets’ about the situation, and scolded reporters for asking him about it while he was touring devastation in California.

‘There’s no there there,’ he said. In addition to the special counsel, House GOP investigators have already begun sending out requests for information.

Hunter Biden’s role has previously been identified in emails found on his infamous laptop.  

‘Thanks for calling and thinking of me,’ Chung wrote to Hunter in May 2012, according to Fox News, after getting put forward for the job when predecessor Michelle Smith was leaving.

‘After the initial shock of taking in what you said… how could I pass up an opportunity to work for the Vice President of the United States!!!!’

As reported this week, a newly surfaced photo from the laptop appears to show the president’s son driving the classic Corvette Stingray outside the same Wilmington home where the car – and documents marked ‘classified’ – were being stored. 

At the White House Friday, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre again stressed that Biden and his team were cooperating with investigators, after alerting the National Archives following the discovery of classified material. She once again declined further comment, even to specify what Biden was referring to when he said he had no regrets, referring matters to the Justice Department.

Another set of documents spent time at Biden's Wilmington home. This weekend Biden is opting to make a winter trip to his beach house rather return to the scene where lawyers uncovered more documents days ago


Friday, 20 January 2023

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Collin Rugg January 20, 2023

According to a bombshell new report, the Biden White House and the Department of Justice made a secret agreement to hide the classified document scandal for as long as possible.

Instead of being transparent with the American people like they vowed to do, the Biden administration knew about the classified documents but stayed quiet.

According to the Washington Post: “Early on, Biden’s attorneys and Justice Department investigators both thought they had a shared understanding about keeping the matter quiet,” the Post said, adding that the Biden administration’s tried to hide the finding of the classified documents in Biden’s Delaware home.

“CBS News was the first news organization to learn of the matter, contacting the White House on Jan. 6 to ask about the Penn Biden Center documents,” the report added. “White House officials confirmed the scoop, but since the investigation was ongoing, they decided not to offer any additional details — including the critical information that a second batch of documents had been discovered at Biden’s home.”

Despite this news, Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre continues to falsely claim that Biden is being transparent.

“There was transparency in doing what you’re supposed to do when these items were discovered,” she said.

The classified document scandal continues to get worse for Joe Biden.

According to Fox News, an inside source revealed that the Secret Service does have logs of those who visited President Joe Biden’s Wilmington, Delaware home where classified documents were recently discovered.

The statement from Fox News’ source directly contradicts statements made by the Biden White House who claimed that no such logs exist.

Visitor logs are extremely important considering sensitive classified documents were found in Biden’s home and there could be national security threats if Biden’s visitors had access to these documents.

Fox News reports:

The U.S. Secret Service is prepared to offer names of individuals who visited President Biden’s Wilmington, Delaware, home if requested by Congress, Fox News has learned.

The White House continues to insist that there exists no formal visitor log for the personal residence where two troves of classified documents were found.

While the White House has not kept a formal list, the Secret Service does collect information on guests with regular access to the home.

Retention of the names of those vetted by the Secret Service depends on a variety of factors, including proximity to the president and the nature of the background check.

“The Secret Service does not maintain visitor logs at the private residences of protectees,” said U.S. Secret Service chief of communications Anthony Guglielmi. “While the Secret Service does generate law enforcement and criminal justice information records for various individuals who may come into contact with Secret Service protected sites, we are not able to comment further as this speaks to the means and methods of our protective operations.”

The source told Fox News that the Secret Service is prepared to cooperate with Congress.


Friday, 20 January 2023

Fetal Organ Harvesting Exposed! 

Thursday, 19 January 2023

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Thursday, 19 January 2023

Eric Lendrum January 18, 2023

On Tuesday, a watchdog report claimed that the Department of Defense (DOD) has still been unable to account for at least $220 billion worth of equipment that had been given to government contractors.

According to the Daily Caller, the report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) noted that auditors first noticed the Pentagon’s failure to keep track of such contractor-loaned equipment back in 2001. The report says that the DOD has not made any improvements to its accountability processes since then, which heightens the possibility of overlooking similar errors in the future.

“This long-standing issue affects the accounting and reporting of GFP and is one of the reasons DOD is unable to produce auditable financial statements,” the GAO report read in part.

The GAO went on to say that when it comes to attempting to identify the causes of such financial deficiencies, the DOD should create an entirely separate plan to address this issue, since “department-wide efforts have not been comprehensive and sufficiently detailed.”

“Without such a strategy, DOD is at an increased risk that its efforts to remediate the [government furnished property] material weakness will continue to be insufficient and that it will continue to miss or push back target remediation dates,” the report continued.

Even more alarming is the likelihood that the given total of $220 billion in unaccounted property may be lower than the actual amount. The GAO noted in its report that there had been past instances of the military admitting that it could not provide an estimate; in 2016, the Army told the GAO that it had an “unknown” number of assets, and that “quantities may be greatly different than the Army’s documented property records reflect.”

Since the DOD had its first audit in 2018, it failed its fifth consecutive audit in November of last year. Of the Pentagon’s roughly $3.5 trillion in assets, contractors were unable to provide expenditures for about 61 percent of the money spent.

“I would not say that we flunked,” said Pentagon Comptroller Mike McCord in response to the abysmal report. “The process is important for us to do, and it is making us get better. It is not making us get better as fast as we want.”


Wednesday, 18 January 2023

Where did that money come from?

Tuesday, 17 January 2023


Tuesday, 17 January 2023

by noah12 hours ago12 hours ago

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This makes me so mad I am shaking right now.

This girl who many comments suggest is about 12 years old has more brains and more courage than all the doctors and nurses (and parents) surrounding her.

She did NOT want that poison vaccine…

She was shouting and wailing to try and fend them off…

This video is going to haunt me for a long time.

Watch for yourself right here if you can handle it:

This is horrific! Crimes against humanity.

— (@DailyNoahNews) January 16, 2023

Now a simple question…

I know what some Poindexter is going to write in the comments, I can already hear it before your fingers even start pecking at those keys:

You’re wrong Noah, she’s a minor, she can’t make medical decisions for herself.

Annnnnd full stop.

The people who say THAT are probably the same people who are just fine letting a 10 year old boy chop his wang wang off, because “he knows best”.

So we’ll let young children decide they need to be on aggressive hormone therapies and even undergo multiple surgeries to change genders — we’ll celebrate that even — but won’t let them decide for themselves they doing want a poison vaccine?

The left gets so twisted and tied up in their lies even the can’t keep track of them all anymore.

Kind of like “My Body, My Choice”.

All I ever heard for decades was My Body, My Choice.

Until, that is….people said “My Body, My Choice and I choose to not jab myself with a poison, experimental, mRNA poison shot!”

No, you don’t get to choose that, the Elites said.

So much hypocrisy….

And since we’re on the topic, I hope this helps someone:

Alternate: Click on cursor…using right tab reload. There, click on “OPEN FRAME IN NEW TAB.” Then play.

Bonchie 7:40 AM on January 15, 2023

The Real Scandal Behind Joe Biden's Classified Documents Scandal
AP Photo/Susan Walsh

The discovery of classified documents at the Penn Biden Center on Monday set off a bomb in the political arena. Joe Biden, who had recently chastised Donald Trump’s handling of classified information, stating that he couldn’t understand how anyone could “be that irresponsible,” now suddenly had his own scandal to worry about.

Things only deteriorated from there. After initially framing the incident as a one-off resulting from hurried packing after Biden’s vice presidency, more documents were “found” in the president’s garage at his Delaware residence. Then, weeks later, yet another document was found in an adjacent room.

In reality, almost all of this had already taken place by the time the public was informed, with the second batch of documents being secretly reported to the DOJ on December 20th, 2022. The White House obviously wanted to give the opposite impression, though, choosing to brag about its supposed transparency in the matter, and on Thursday, Karine Jean-Pierre triumphantly announced that the search had been completed.

For a moment, the left breathed a sigh of relief. Perhaps it was all over? Surely, Biden could blame the illegal possession of all those classified documents on careless staffers who “accidentally” swept up SCI material into packing boxes. Of course, SCI material isn’t supposed to ever legally leave a SCIF, so how it even got to Biden’s vice presidential office is an issue, but hey, details, right? And yeah, the documents ended up separated out into three different unsecured locations, clearly having been moved multiple times. But is that really all that suspicious?

Of course, on Saturday, that narrative took another beating with the discoveryof a fourth trove of classified documents. This time, they were found in Biden’s filing cabinet at his home office. To say that it belabors belief that they ended up there without the president’s knowledge is to severely understate the situation. Clearly, with so many documents floating around in so many different locations, this wasn’t just some staffers haphazardly packing boxes in the final days of the Obama administration.

Yet, somehow, as big of a scandal as the possession of those classified documents is, they’ve actually served as a useful tool in revealing a possibly bigger scandal. Namely, how the Biden family garners and handles money. For example, isn’t it a little concerning that Joe Biden was paid nearly $1,000,000 as part of the Penn Biden Center, a university arm that allegedly received $61 million from the Chinese? Given he never actually taught a class, what exactly was he getting paid to do?

One of the more peculiar aspects of Biden’s political career has been his dogged subservience to the Chinese communists, and certainly, the circumstances of his entanglements warrant further investigation. There’s no doubt that would occur if we were dealing with a Republican president, and the proof of that lies in the ongoing hysteria over Donald Trump’s supposed foreign connections.

Still, his allies would dismiss Biden’s sudden enrichment as politics as usual, akin to the Clinton Foundation grift. Things get a lot worse when Hunter Biden enters the picture, and with this classified documents scandal, he has now entered the picture like the Kool-Aid man.

Just reading the top line there, things look really bad. Here, we have a probable criminal in Hunter Biden claiming on a background form that he owned Joe Biden’s house at the time when it was doubling as illegal storage for classified documents. But when you look at the form, things go from bad to worse.

For some reason, Hunter Biden claimed that he was paying $49,910 in rent for Joe Biden’s Delaware residence. The house itself is only worth $2,000,000 in today’s market (and was built for a fraction of that). Why was Hunter Biden paying $49,910 in rent to his father? Where did all that money go?

There’s been a lot of speculation about how Biden’s son, who is currently facing a criminal investigation for tax fraud, may have funneled cash to his father. That speculation picked up several years ago after a mention of “10 percent for the Big Guy” was found in one of Hunter Biden’s emails. Paying a comically large amount of “rent” to Joe Biden would seem to be a little suspicious, would it not?

On the other hand, perhaps Hunter Biden was lying on the form and didn’t actually pay nearly $600,000 a year in “rent” for his family home. That’s precisely why this stuff needs to be investigated. Yes, the classified documents scandal is a really big deal, but it feels like just the tip of the iceberg for the Biden family. Things are escalating, and none of this is going away just because CNN wills it.

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