[Dubstep] – Rezonate – Lonely (feat. Bijou) [Monstercat Release]
Magic Sword – In The Face Of Evil
[Dubstep] – Protostar & MakO – No Fire (feat. Rachel Hirons) [Monstercat Release]
Entry Submitted by Sierra (NZ) at 7:55 PM EDT on September 3, 2018
Q post number 2066 spells out in code the fact that President Trump is going to DECLASSIFY documents tomorrow while the House and Senate are both in session….
Q post number 2066…
‘Both [C-3]h[A-5]mbers (House/Senate) in [S-6]ESSION tomorrow.
Where once there was [D-1]ARK
Th[E-2]re is now [L-4]IGHT.’
When you put the capital letters in number order from 1 – 6, it spells DECLAS.
An Anon says, ‘It is right before the “60 Day Rule”. It is a practice that no criminal charges be presented within 60 days of an election to avoid a police state tyranny.’
And Q post number 2068 is a brilliant Q proof – one of the best yet…
‘…(Link to news article with headline: ‘Syria Blasts At Mezzeh Military Airport “Not Israeli Strikes”)
Q is telling us that the ‘Magic Sword’ Special Operation was in fact an air strike on Syria to destroy a cabal ammunition site. Go Seals, you are true heroes.
We are still only in the first week of September and so much is happening. Remember for the sake of public safety most of the action is happening behind the scenes. Q is keeping us informed in code for those with ears to hear and eyes to see.
We must be prepared to calm the people when the tsunami of Truth breaks over humanity – starting TOMORROW.
We have trained for this moment over countless lifetimes. Go well!
Where We Go One We Go All.
Love and Light
[D-1] [E-2] [C-3] [L-4] [A-5] [S-6] = D E C L A S
Something’s apparently being declassified tomorrow, when the US Congress returns to session. Possibly the FISA deal, etc., etc.
[BTW, if you know the post number and want to find it directly (without scrolling down the whole Q pages), just put “#postnumber” after https://qanon.app/ and you go straight there. E.g., for today’s 2066, https://qanon.app/#2066. Easy!]
The US MINT GOT AUDITED! – The GOLD RESERVES GOT AUDITED!
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Date: Monday, 3-Sep-2018 11:56:02
OIG Audit Results That You Never Knew Occurred
OIG Semi-Annual Audit Results That You NEVER Knew Occurred.
This article is a series compiled by Lisa Evans Rockwell into the OIG Audits into a large variety of departments. Each is broken down by individual audits and highlights of findings are provided. Each comprehensive audit is included in link at end of each section.
Between October 1, 2017–March 31, 2018 something very interesting was happening.
The IG was AUDITING THE TREASURY!
This was a SEMI ANNUAL audit. There’s another one going on right now.
In the first audit, the work by the Office of Investigations resulted in 33 arrests, 35 indictments, and 21 convictions. What else was in the Report the IG handed to Congress?
🚨The United States MINT GOT AUDITED!😲
👉Financial Management: Audit of the United States Mint’s Schedules of Custodial Deep Storage Gold and Silver Reserves as of September 30, 2017 and 2016 (OIG-18-003, 10/24/2017
🚨The GOLD RESERVES GOT AUDITED!😲
👉Financial Management: Audit of the Department of the Treasury’s Schedules of United States Gold Reserves Held by Federal Reserve Banks as of September 30, 2017 and 2016 (OIG-18-007, 10/31/2017)
That’s not all this Report tells us.
THE IG CAUGHT A LEAKER TOO.
“The complainant alleged that a senior staff member at a Treasury bureau may have released information regarding the existence of a DOJ and Treasury OIG investigation.”
💥Substantiated and Referred to DOJ for Prosecution💥
WHO instructed all these Audits to take place?
THIS GUY! Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin👊
All this was going on AND NO ONE KNEW ABOUT IT.
The Swamp IS being drained! First you have to discover the crime, then you deal the punishment.
It’s ALL getting cleaned up, one Department at a time.
Just like Candidate Trump said…’EVERY DEPARTMENT WILL BE AUDITED’.👊
Source – Lisa Evans Rockwell
READ THE WHOLE 87 PAGE REPORT HERE
Semiannual Report to Congress, October 1, 2017 – March 31, 2018, Office of Inspector General, Department of the Treasury
During this semiannual reporting period, the Office of Audit issued 56 products. The office also identified $130,668 in monetary benefits. Work by the Office of Investigations resulted in 33 arrests, 35 indictments, and 21 convictions. Some of our more significant results for the period are described below:
- Independent public accounting firms, working under contracts with and supervised by of our Office of Audit, issued unmodified opinions on the Department of the Treasury’s (Treasury) consolidated financial statements and the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council’s financial statements for fiscal year 2017.
- Treasury’s Office of Budget and Travel potentially violated the Antideficiency Act by disbursing more than the Departmental Office’s available fund balance with Treasury; incurring obligations and expenditures prior to the respective reimbursable agreements being signed; and using fiscal year 2016 funds for fiscal year 2015 costs related to reimbursable services provided to Departmental Office customers.
- Two funds in Arkansas’ Seed and Angel Capital Network venture capital program, New Road Ventures, LLC and Virtual Incubation Company Investor Network, misused a total of $130,668 of State Small Business Credit Initiative funds on four investments because the investments were in violation of conflict of interest rules in place at the time they were made.
- Our joint investigation with Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigations, revealed a repeat offender involved in a sovereign citizen scheme who opened a bank account and attempted to deposit a fictitious $300 million “Indemnity Bond” purported to be a valid instrument issued by Treasury. The suspect was indicted for Fictitious Obligations.
- Our investigation revealed the theft of $37 million in Treasury checks from the U.S. Postal Service. The checks were stolen by contract employees, hired by the post office. To date, the investigation has identified 24 subjects. Two arrest warrants and a search warrant have been executed.
- Our investigation determined that a former Office of the Comptroller of the Currency Bank Examiner and two co-conspirators engaged in a scheme to defraud a movie financing company. The Vice President of a bank, a former Bank Examiner, used his position to assist two subjects with stealing $2.5 million from the company by depositing funds into escrow accounts. The three subjects were sentenced from 30 weekends to 30 months in prison, 12 to 36 months of probation, and to a total of more than $1.5 million in restitution, forfeiture, and fines.
With Trump talking about FARMING so much lately, and with the new Trade deal w/ Mexico, let’s see what Sec. Sonny Perdue has been doing to clean up corruption over at the Dept. of Agriculture.
Now, I am ONLY POSTING ONE EXAMPLE OF FRAUD AND THEFT FOR EA Agriculture DEPT THE IG AUDITED!
I will post the whole 144 page report you can read at the bottom of this post.
The Dept. of Agriculture went through their Semi Annual Audit.
From Oct. 1, 2017 – March 31, 2018, The IG found the following:
The Office of Audit issued 23 final and interim reports that resulted in 105 recommendations and $14.5 million in questioned/unsupported costs or funds to be put to better use.
Our Office of Investigations reported 217 arrests, 280 indictments, and 272 convictions, as well as $84.9 million in recoveries and restitutions. IN A 6 MONTH PERIOD!👊
First up, The SNAP Program
The first example of FRAUD the IG reported was 1 Convenience store trafficked MORE THAN 3.4 MILLION in SNAP Benefits in one year. 1 STORE!!😲
👉In U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida, the owners of a convenience store in Orlando, Florida, were sentenced in December 2017 for trafficking SNAP benefits.
The investigation disclosed that the two owners gave customers cash, alcoholic beverages, and tobacco products in exchange for SNAP benefits. The owners pled guilty to wire fraud and were sentenced to 33 months in prison, followed by 24 months of supervised release. They were also ordered to pay joint restitution totaling $3.4 million.
To see ALL the Prosecutions the Dept of Agriculture has racked up over at the DOJ with AG Session’s, GO HERE👇
Next up, The RMA Crop Insurance Program
👉We reviewed the adequacy of a pilot program that delivers crop insurance for pistachios based on actual production history. We found that four of the five producer claim files from one approved insurance provider (AIP) did not contain the required evidence to support the paid insurance indemnities. As a result, we found that nearly $7.7 million of indemnity payments paid to these four producers were questionable. 😲
Next up, The USDA
👉An investigation into construction contracts issued under programs designed to create set-aside Federal contracts for small businesses uncovered a massive fraud scheme in South Carolina.
Using nominee owners, the subjects of this investigation conspired to create seemingly eligible contractors that actually operated under the control of a few ineligible businesses. They received more than $165 million in set-aside contracts to which they were not entitled from USDA, the Department of Defense, and other Federal agencies.
In total, seven individuals and two companies were indicted for varying offenses including misprision of felony, wire fraud, conspiracy, false statements, and major fraud against the Government. 😲
To date, six individuals have pled guilty and been sentenced in U.S. District Court, District of South Carolina, to terms ranging from 36 months of probation to 24 months in prison. Additionally, 29 individuals and entities have been suspended from doing business with the Government, pending the final outcome, and one corporation has paid a $500,000 fine👊
So a quick recap: In a 6 MONTH period, there were:
Number of people referred to DOJ criminal:
170 Number of people referred for prosecution federally in FY 2018 first half👊
Number of people referred to DOJ criminal
170 Number of people referred for prosecution federally in FY 2018 first half👊
Number of people referred to State/ local authorities
116 Number of people referred to State/local authorities in FY 2018 first half👊
Secretary Sonny Perdue and the OIG are doing a FABULOUS JOB Cleaning up the Dept of Agriculture!!
There is SO much happening that the Media WILL NEVER TELL YOU ABOUT.
IF the media told the truth about what Trump’s Administration IS accomplishing, there would be NO ‘FENCE SITTER’S’, Trump would be at a 95% Approval rating and the [main stream] media would be delegated to the Trash Heap. Where they belong.
Department of Agriculture Office of Inspector General Semi-Annual Report to Congress First Half October 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018
Message from the INSPECTOR GENERAL This Semiannual Report to Congress covers the 6-month period ending March 31, 2018, and summarizes the most significant accomplishments of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Office of Inspector General (OIG). During this period, our office has worked extensively with the Department, Congress, and other Federal agencies to safeguard the integrity and efficiency of USDA programs and investigate those who allegedly abuse them.
During this 6-month period, our Office of Audit issued 23 final and interim reports that resulted in 105 recommendations and $14.5 million in questioned/unsupported costs or funds to be put to better use. Our Office of Investigations reported 217 arrests, 280 indictments, and 272 convictions, as well as $84.9 million in recoveries and restitutions. We also received 7,353 complaints through our OIG Hotline during this period.
Let’s SEE what the Semi Annual Audit of the Dept of Energy uncovered.
The Audit covers the time period of October 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018.
The Audit uncovered $718,579,950 in missing/unaccounted for funds!
The Audit resulted in the opening of 196 Investigations.
Because of those Investigations the IG was able to RECOVER $83,863,696!!
15 people TO DATE have been prosecuted because of this Audit.
Some Highlight’s of the Audit:
👉Guilty Pleas in Theft of Government Property Investigation 👉Two former Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) contractor employees pleaded guilty in the U.S. District Court, Northern District of California to a one-count Information charging Theft of Government Property. Both former LBNL contractor employees entered into Post-Plea Diversion Agreements and each agreed to pay restitution separately in the amounts of $11,109 and $28,855. As reported in the September 30, 2017, Semiannual Report to Congress, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California filed an Information charging the two former LBNL contractor employees with one count of Theft of Government Property. The investigation determined both of the former LBNL contractor employees stole scrap copper wire from LBNL valued at approximately $39,000 and sold the copper wire for personal gain. The OIG took possession of $21,381 in cash after one of the former LBNL contractor employees admitted that the money..
👉 Indictment, Arrest and Guilty Plea in Major Fraud, Wire Fraud and Money Laundering Investigation
👉A Federal Grand Jury in the District of New Mexico indicted a former Sandia National Laboratories contractor procurement officer on one count of Major Fraud against the United States, three counts of Wire Fraud, and seven counts of Money Laundering. Subsequently, the former procurement officer was arrested by OIG agents and pleaded guilty in the U.S. District Court, District of New Mexico to one count of Wire Fraud and one count of Money Laundering. The investigation determined the former procurement officer engaged in a scheme to direct a $2.3 million Sandia contract to a company surreptitiously created and controlled by the
👉Guilty Plea and Notices of Suspension and Proposals for Debarment in Conspiracy to Defraud the Government Investigation
👉The president of a prospective Department contractor pleaded guilty in the U.S. District Court, Northern District of California to a violation of Conspiracy to Defraud the Government. As reported in the September 30, 2017, Semiannual Report to Congress, a Federal Grand Jury returned an eight-count Indictment against eight individuals for engaging in a contract bid-rigging scheme at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), Berkeley, California. The Indictment included charges of Receiving a Bribe, False Statements, Conspiracy to Receive a Bribe, and Conspiracy to Defraud the United States. The investigation determined multiple individuals representing multiple companies conspired to manipulate a contract award through bid-rigging for the renovation of a building at the LBNL to ensure a specific developer was awarded the contract in exchange for financial reward or construction work from that developer. The eight indicted individuals and five or their respective companies
👉Guilty Pleas in Theft of Government Property Investigation 👉Two former Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) contractor employees pleaded guilty in the U.S. District Court, Northern District of California to a one-count Information charging Theft of Government Property. Both former LBNL contractor employees entered into Post-Plea Diversion Agreements and each agreed to pay restitution separately in the amounts of $11,109 and $28,855. As reported in the September 30, 2017, Semiannual Report to Congress, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California filed an Information charging the two former LBNL contractor employees with one count of Theft of Government Property. The investigation determined both of the former LBNL contractor employees stole scrap copper wire from LBNL valued at approximately $39,000 and sold the copper wire for personal gain. The OIG took possession of $21,381 in cash after one of the former LBNL contractor employees admitted that the money.
More BEHIND THE SCENES SWAMP DRAINING!
WHO Instructed this Audit take place?
Sec Rick Perry!
Thanks to the Leadership of Secretary Rick Perry the Dept of Energy is being CLEANED UP!!!
Source – Lisa Evans Rockwell
READ THE WHOLE 64 PAGE REPORT HERE
Energy Inspector General – Semi-Annual Report to Congress Oct 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018
MESSAGE FROM PRINCIPAL DEPUTY INSPECTOR GENERAL The Semiannual Report to Congress highlights activities and accomplishments of the Office of the Inspector General. I am pleased to present our results which reflect a continued commitment to focus on the issues and concerns most critical to the United States Department of Energy, the Congress, and the taxpayer.
During this reporting period, we released our annual report on Management Challenges at the Department of Energy – FY 2018, which focuses attention on significant issues with the objective of working with Department officials to enhance the effectiveness of agency programs and operations. The management challenges in the latest report were largely consistent with those identified in previous years with the addition of subcontract management as a component of contract oversight. The work of the Office of Inspector General has shown subcontract management is an increasing challenge for the Department. In one instance during the reporting period, we investigated a former Sandia National Laboratories contractor procurement officer who pled guilty to one count of Major Fraud against the United States, three counts of Wire Fraud, and seven counts of Money Laundering. We determined the former contractor procurement officer engaged in a scheme to direct $2.3 million Sandia contract to a surreptitiously created and controlled by the former contract procurement officer.
Next up, we’ll take a look at the GSA.
The IG audited the GSA and returned it’s Semi Annual Report to Congress for the period of October 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018.
This audit found $329 Million in WASTE AND FRAUD OVER A 2 YEAR PERIOD.
✅During this Audit period, the IG opened 54 investigative cases, closed 83 investigative cases, referred 97 subjects for criminal prosecution, and helped obtain 35 convictions. Civil, criminal, and other monetary recoveries resulting from our investigations totaled over $97 million.
In it’s finding’s over a 6 MONTH Period the audit also found:
- 16 contractors did not submit accurate, current, and complete information.
- 13 contractors overcharged GSA customers.
- 4 contractors did not adequately accumulate and report schedule sales for Industrial Funding Fee payment purposes and/or did not correctly calculate and submit their Industrial Funding Fee payments.
- 4 contractors assigned employees who were unqualified for their billable positions to work on GSA schedule task orders.
- 2 contractors did not comply with price reduction provisions. • 2 contractors failed to comply with other contract terms and conditions.
- 1 contractor did not adequately segregate and accumulate labor hours, material costs, and other direct costs on time-and-material task orders.
🚨SETTLEMENTS BECAUSE OF THE IG AUDIT🚨
👉TOYOBO CO. LTD. AGREED TO PAY $66 MILLION TO RESOLVE FALSE CLAIMS RELATED TO DEFECTIVE BULLETPROOF VESTS 👉On March 15, 2018, Toyobo Co., Ltd. (Toyobo) agreed to pay $66 million to resolve allegations under the False Claims Act that Toyobo sold defective Zylon fiber used in bulletproof vests that the United States purchased for federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement agencies. The settlement resolves allegations that between at least 2001 and 2005, Toyobo knew that Zylon degraded quickly in normal conditions, and that the degradation of the material made the ballistic vests unfit for use, placing the lives of law enforcement officers at risk. A 2005 study of Zylon-containing vests found that more than 50 percent of used vests could not stop bullets that they had been certified to stop. GSA OIG investigated this case with the Department of Commerce (Commerce) OIG, Defense Criminal Investigative Service (DCIS), U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI), U.S. Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA), U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command (CID), Department of Energy (DOE) OIG, and Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA).
KNOWN FAULTY AND DEFECTIVE BULLET PROOF VESTS SOLD TO OUR GOVERNMENT.
WHY do we allow foreign countries to supply VITAL thing’s like BULLET PROOF VESTS?
👉W.W. GRAINGER, INC. AGREED TO PAY $14 MILLION TO RESOLVE OVERCHARGES
👉On March 19, 2018, W.W. Grainger, Inc. (Grainger) agreed to pay $14 million to resolve allegations that Grainger overcharged GSA customers for tax charges, freight costs, and billing errors. The settlement resolves allegations that between 2004 through 2017, Grainger overcharged government customers for purchases of tools, equipment, and maintenance and janitorial supplies made under Grainger’s GSA Multiple Award Schedule contract.
👉FORMER GSA EMPLOYEE PLEADED GUILTY TO POSSESSION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY
👉The OIG investigation determined that Oscar Galvez, a former GSA project manager, had a large amount of child pornography on his home computers and that he used external storage devices to view anime child pornography on his GSA computer while at his GSA workspace. On October 18, 2017, the former employee was indicted, and on October 20, 2017, he was arrested. On February 8, 2018, Galvez pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography. GSA OIG investigated this case with HSI, USMS, and the Bismarck (ND) Police Department.
👉SIX INDIVIDUALS PLEADED GUILTY TO COMMITTING FRAUD AGAINST THE U.S. GOVERNMENT FOR INVOLVEMENT IN A “MADE IN THE USA” MARKETING SCHEME
👉A OIG investigation determined that from December 2008 to August 2012, six executives from Wellco Enterprises, Inc. (Wellco) conspired to import military-style boots that were made in China into the United States and then deceptively market and sell those boots to federal agencies and the general public as “Made in the USA” and as compliant with the Berry Amendment and the Trade Agreements Act. In February 2018, all six Wellco executives pleaded guilty in the Eastern District of Tennessee to fraud charges stemming from their involvement in the conspiracy. Vincent Lee Ferguson, former President and Chief Executive Officer, Matthew Lee Ferguson, former Senior Vice President of Sales, and Kerry Joseph Ferguson, former Director of Marketing and Communications, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud. Neil Streeter, former Vice President of Government Contracting, and Stephanie Lynn Kaemmerer, former Operations Manager, pleaded guilty to smuggling goods into the United States. Matthew Harrison Martland, former Director of Distribution and Logistics, pleaded guilty to intentional defacing, removing, altering, and obscuring of the country of origin markings. In total, Wellco sold at least $8.1 million of fraudulent boots. GSA OIG investigated this case with AFOSI, DCIS, and Homeland Security Investigations (HSI)
WHO recommended the GSA be audited?
SECRETARY WILBUR ROSS👊
Source – Lisa Evans Rockwell
READ THE HOLE 66 PAGE REPORT HERE
OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL U.S. GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION October 1, 2017 – March 31, 2018
MESSAGE FROM THE IG I am pleased to submit the Semiannual Report to Congress for the period of October 1, 2017 through March 31, 2018. During this reporting period, the Office of Inspector General continued to deliver exceptional value to the taxpayer: our contract audits identified nearly $329 million in cost savings and our investigative work yielded $97 million in monetary recoveries. Highlights of our work include our partnership with the Department of Justice to secure a $66 million dollar settlement of a qui tam investigation of a company that sold defective material for bullet proof vests used by law enforcement officers, multiple convictions of criminals masquerading as Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses to obtain government contracts, and an evaluation that prompted the agency to include whistleblower protection language in its congressional communication policy.
Let’s SEE what has been going on at the EPA.
The IG finished it’s Semi Annual Report on the EPA from the Period of Oct 1, 2017 – March 31, 2018.The Audit found $374,664,113 in WASTE AND FRAUD OVER A 2 YEAR PERIOD!
✅The IG found the EPA ILLEGALLY Paid $1.5 Million for Subsidized and Unoccupied Parking Spaces Over a 2-Year Period in MULTIPLE CITIES.
YES, you read that right. The EPA WAS PAYING FOR PARKING SPACES IT NEVER USED.
✅The IG found the EPA WAS NOT REQUIRING CONTRACTORS TO CARRY INSURANCE!
So, if a contractor has ANY kind of a spill, it could simply default and walk away, leaving the TAXPAYERS TO FOOT THE CLEAN UP BILL.
✅ The IG recommended 367 people for Federal Prosecution.
Some MORE Highlight’s in WHAT the audit found.👇
👉Tribal Administrator Sentenced for Embezzling EPA Grant Funds
👉On January 22, 2018, Delia Commander, former Tribal Administrator of the Skagway Traditional Council in Skagway, Alaska, was sentenced to prison for embezzling funds from the council. Commander was sentenced to 18 months in prison and 3 years of supervised release. She was ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $297,731 to the Skagway Traditional Council. The council had been awarded two EPA Indian General Assistance Program grants totaling over $900,000, both of which were subject to the fraudulent activity.
👉Man Sentenced for Fraud Scheme to Collect Stimulus Funds
👉On February 27, 2018, Heon Seok Lee received a 12-month prison sentence, was fined $20,000, and will be deported upon the completion of his term related to a fraud scheme to collect stimulus funds. In addition, restitution in the amount of $180,392 will be divided between two municipalities that were victims of his scheme. A criminal forfeiture determination is pending.
Heon Seok Lee served as President of KTurbo Inc. in South Korea and President of its subsidiary, KTurbo USA Inc., which has an office and warehouse in Illinois. From January 2010 to February 2011, Lee directed others to procure contracts for KTurbo to provide centrifugal turbo blowers to municipal wastewater treatment facilities in the United States receiving American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 stimulus funds from the EPA. Lee and others sent at least five email communications to U.S. municipal wastewater treatment facilities falsely representing that KTurbo would manufacture and deliver turbo blowers in compliance with the “Buy American” provision of the Recovery Act. Lee had nine turbo blowers sent to the KTurbo facility in Illinois from South Korea. The turbo blowers were largely assembled in South Korea but had “Assembled in USA” placards. Lee and others did not intend to perform substantial transformation of the turbo blowers. In total, Lee and others intended to fraudulently obtain over $1.3 million in Recovery Act funds. Lee was convicted on multiple fraud charges for deceiving U.S. municipalities into spending federal stimulus money on foreign-made products.
👉 Contractor Debarred From Participating in Federal Grants and Contracts
👉On October 11, 2017, an EPA contractor was debarred from participating in federal contracts and assistance activities for a period of 3 years. Nirilla Allen-Kearney, a contract employee at the EPA, was arrested at an EPA facility by Internal Revenue Service and Federal Bureau of Investigation investigators, with assistance from EPA OIG investigators. The arrest was conducted in conjunction with the arrests of several other individuals not associated with the EPA for various alleged narcotics charges, none of which were alleged to have occurred at an EPA facility. Allen-Kearney and several co-subjects were indicted on various charges by a federal grand jury in the Eastern District of North Carolina. Allen-Kearney pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit money laundering and was sentenced to 24 months in prison. Allen-Kearney was also barred from accessing all EPA facilities and debarred by the EPA’s Office of Suspension and Debarment from participating in government contracts for 3 years.
👉Man Sentenced for Providing False Asbestos Training Certifications
👉On November 15, 2017, the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut sentenced Guido Cortes-Rodriguez, an employee of an EPA grantee, to 2 years of probation, with the first 6 months served in home confinement, for making a false statement to the federal government. He also was ordered to perform 160 hours of community service. Cortes Rodriguez was the training director for a nonprofit organization that received EPA grant funds to conduct asbestos training for contractors handling lead abatement and asbestos removal. In that role, Cortes-Rodriguez was responsible for conducting training classes and notifying the Connecticut Department of Public Health about who had attended and successfully completed asbestos and lead abatement training. The investigation supported that, in exchange for money, Cortes-Rodriguez provided false training certifications for certain individuals who, in reality, had not taken the training.
💥This investigation is ongoing and is being conducted jointly with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the EPA Criminal Investigation Division. 💥
Even though Scott Pruitt is no longer the head of the EPA, HE is responsible for uncovering all this waste and fraud.
It was under HIS DIRECTION THE IG AUDIT THE EPA👊
Source – Lisa Evans Rockwell
READ THE WHOLE 71 PAGE REPORT HERE
OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL Environmental Protection Agency — October 1, 2017 – March 31, 2018
Highlights from our investigative work include the completion of our investigation into the August 2015 release of over 3 million gallons of contaminated mine water from the Gold King Mine. Rivers and streams in four western states were affected by the release. The U.S. Attorney’s Office declined prosecution under any criminal offenses, and the EPA did not take administrative action against any employees. Another important investigation involved a former Tribal Administrator receiving an 18-month prison sentence and a restitution fine of $297,731 for embezzling funds. We also investigated a company president who was later ordered to serve a 12-month prison sentence, faces deportation, and has to repay $180,392 for his role in deceiving U.S. municipalities into spending federal stimulus money on his company’s foreign-made products.
Tribal Administrator Sentenced for Embezzling EPA Grant Funds
On January 22, 2018, Delia Commander, former Tribal Administrator of the Skagway Traditional Council in Skagway, Alaska, was sentenced to prison for embezzling funds from the council. Commander was sentenced to 18 months in prison and 3 years of supervised release. She was ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $297,731 to the Skagway Traditional Council. The council had been awarded two EPA Indian General Assistance Program grants totaling over $900,000, both of which were subject to the fraudulent activity.
This investigation was conducted jointly with the U.S. Department of the Interior Office of Inspector General.
AND AS AN ADDED BONUS… THE USPS…
This post is about ELECTION’S. Election fraud can encompass many aspects, from voting Illegally, to ‘losing’ votes mailed in, to ‘suddenly finding votes, etc.
I bet the USPS NEVER expected to be scrutinized SO CLOSELY by IG Horowitz.
Horowitz, responding to Session’s request to investigate HOW THE USPS HANDLES….ELECTION MAIL
Horowitz chose six mail processing facilities that were processing election and political mail for five special elections held on January 16 and January 23, 2018.
The sites we selected were the Milwaukee, WI, Pittsburgh, PA, and St. Paul, MN, Processing and Distribution Centers (P&DC); the Charleston, SC, Processing and Distribution Facility (P&DF); and the St. Paul, MN, and Pittsburgh, PA, Network Distribution Centers (NDC). We also observed Business Mail Entry Unit (BMEU) operations at the Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, and St. Paul P&DCs and the Charleston P&DF.
Ready to be Horrified?
Here’s an example how Election Mail is handled:
We found election and political mail processing errors at three of the six sites we visited:
■ St. Paul NDC employees moved political mail to the P&DC staging area without telling P&DC management about the transfer. Other mail was staged in front of it, which could have caused the political mail not to be seen and expedited. 😲
■ There was a sort plan error at the Charleston P&DF that caused additional manual sorting of election mail at the delivery station.
■ An employee at the Milwaukee P&DC removed ballots from automated mail processing because he believed the equipment would damage the mail. We brought these issues to the attention of local management, who immediately corrected them during our site visits.
It get’s worse. The Managers ADMIT they don’t know when Special Election’s are being held!
👉Finding #1: Lack of Readiness for the January 2018 Special Elections
We found that communication between headquarters and the mail processing facilities needed improvement. Specifically, plant managers at the six mail processing facilities we visited and seven of the eight election and political mail coordinators we interviewed said that headquarters did not notify them of the special elections in their processing service areas.
👉The managers and coordinators indicated that they first learned of these elections from our auditors. 😲WHAT??
👉The Manager, Operations and Integration Support, notified mail processing facilities about the special elections by email on January 18, 2018, after the start of our field work and the special elections.
EXPECT HUGE CHANGES AT USPS!!!
Source – Lisa Evans Rockwell
Read the whole nauseating report HERE
Facebook’s ‘family’ is getting smaller, as several executives head for the exits in a turbulent year
- At least seven senior Facebook executives have announced their departures this year.
- None are leaving on bad terms, a company spokesperson told CNBC, and some will remain on in advisory positions.
- It’s a major shake-up for a company that prides itself on keeping executives around — and that’s pretty consistently been answering to scandal and public scrutiny in recent months.
Facebook executives have long called the company’s top ranks a “family,” but after a series of high-profile exits, the family is about to get a lot of new faces.
At least seven senior Facebook executives have announced their departures this year. None are leaving on bad terms, a company spokesperson told CNBC, and some will remain on in advisory positions.
The company is looking at the planned exits in part as an opportunity to improve diversity among leadership, the spokesperson said.
It’s not entirely shocking — on-lookers have often speculated that Facebook’s many “could-be-CEOs” would eventually move on.
Still, it’s a major shake-up for a company that prides itself on keeping executives around — and that’s pretty consistently been answering to scandal and public scrutiny in recent months.
Here are all the executives who have said they’re leaving Facebook so far in 2018:
“I’ve been blessed to work with such an incredibly small team,” Koum said in a statement at the time. “The team is stronger than ever and it’ll continue to do amazing things. I’m taking some time off to do things I enjoy outside of technology, such as collecting rare air-cooled Porsches, working on my cars and playing ultimate frisbee.”
Koum led WhatsApp for nearly a decade and joined Facebook’s leadership team in 2014 when the social media giant bought WhatsApp for $19 billion.
Elliot Schrage, head of communications and public policy, said in June he was leaving Facebook after more than 10 years.
“I’ve decided it’s time to start a new chapter in my life,” Schrage said in a post to his Facebook page. “Leading policy and communications for hyper growth technology companies is a joy — but it’s also intense and leaves little room for much else.”
In July, Colin Stretch, Facebook’s top lawyer, announced he’d be leaving the company after more than eight years.
“When my wife Alyse and I made the decision a few years ago to move back to DC from California, we knew it would be difficult for me to remain in this role indefinitely,” he said in a Facebook post. “As Facebook embraces the broader responsibility Mark has discussed in recent months, I’ve concluded that the company and the Legal team need sustained leadership in Menlo Park.”
As general counsel, Stretch represented Facebook before Congressto address Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
“I often stop myself and ask how I got so lucky to be a part of this,” Stretch said in the post announcing his exit.
In the memo — reported by Buzzfeed news — Stamos said a re-organization of his team left him eyeing a transition:
I initiated the discussion of changing the structure of the InfoSec team just before Thanksgiving 2017. This was due to my concerns that organizational issues impaired our election security work in 2016. While the outcome of this discussion was not one I proposed, at the time I committed myself to making the transition as smooth as possible and trying to set the new teams up for success. I am genuinely proud of the capable, diverse security teams we have built and I truly want my colleagues to continue to be successful in their vital work.
The re-org, did, however, leave me with a challenge, in that it created a big mismatch between the responsibilities I felt carrying the Chief Security Officer title and the potential for big impact I could have from my redefined role. This conundrum was pretty obvious to many, and when people internally asked if I was leaving I rather openly told them that I was committed to staying through August.
Stamos had been at Facebook since 2015. He’s now teaching at Stanford University.
“For the last three years, I have been proud to work with some of the most skilled and dedicated security professionals in the world in one of the most difficult threat environments faced by any technology company,” Stamos said in a Facebook post confirming his departure.
Also in August, Dan Rose, one of Facebook’s earliest executives and VP of partnerships, said he was leaving. Rose joined Facebook in 2006, and is leaving to join his family in Hawaii.
“Over the past 12 years, this company has become my second family. When people ask me why I’m still at Facebook after so long, my answer is always simple — I love the people I work with and I believe deeply in our mission,” Rose said in a Facebook post.
“Mark and Sheryl changed my life and my career. I would walk through fire for them, or fly across the ocean on a regular basis. But they deserve someone in my role who is present and fully engaged every day in the many opportunities and challenges that lie ahead,” he said.
Earlier this week, Netflix announced it had poached Rachel Whetstone, a top communications executive at Facebook.
National Preparedness Month is a time to focus our attention on the importance of preparing our families, homes, businesses, and communities for disasters that threaten our lives, property, and homeland. During this time, we also honor the brave men and women who selflessly respond to crises and disasters, rendering aid to those in need. These first responders, who work tirelessly to safeguard our Nation and protect our citizens, deserve our utmost gratitude and appreciation.
Over the past year, communities nationwide and across the Territories have witnessed and endured damage from multiple hurricanes, wildfires, tornadoes, floods, volcanic eruptions, and other natural disasters. The historic hurricane season of 2017 included three catastrophic storms that made landfall within a month, and was followed by a destructive series of wildfires in California. Combined, these natural disasters affected 47 million people and tens of thousands were mobilized to provide aid, comfort, and assistance. We are also especially mindful of those currently affected by ongoing wildfires in California, Oregon, and Colorado. In spite of tremendous challenges, the resilience of the American people continues to prevail.
Tragedies are somber reminders that preparedness is a shared responsibility and that it is critical to maintain readiness. All Americans can prepare for potential disasters by developing and practicing a family emergency response plan, assembling a disaster supply kit, signing up for alerts on mobile devices, setting aside emergency savings, and maintaining adequate insurance policies for their homes and businesses. The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Ready Campaign outlines other important steps to best prepare for a major disaster.
This month, I encourage all Americans to take the opportunity to ensure they have an emergency response plan in place and ready to be properly executed. Emergencies and disasters test the resilience and strength of families, communities, and our Nation. It is impossible to avoid every challenge and threat, but we can and must prepare for them. By doing so, we can help protect our communities and save lives.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, DONALD J. TRUMP, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim September 2018 as National Preparedness Month. I encourage all Americans, including Federal, State, and local officials, to take action to be prepared for disaster or emergency by making and practicing their emergency response plans. Each step we take to become better prepared makes a real difference in how our families and communities will respond and persevere when faced with the unexpected.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this thirty-first day of August, in the year of our Lord two thousand eighteen, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and forty-third.
DONALD J. TRUMP
With Breanne Deppisch and Joanie Greve
THE BIG IDEA: The spooks have come in from the cold, and they’re running for Congress.
Alarmed by President Trump and galvanized by Russian interference in the 2016 election, Democratic alumni of the Central Intelligence Agency are challenging Republican incumbents from Virginia to Michigan and New York.
Abigail Spanberger spent eight years as an operations officer for the CIA, recruiting and developing spies, with a focus on counterterrorism. Before joining the agency, she worked in law enforcement for the U.S. Postal Inspection Service — targeting drug dealers and money laundering. In 2014, Spanberger left the agency and moved home to the Richmond suburb of Glen Allen, near where she and her husband grew up, to raise their three kids. The 38-year-old is now challenging Rep. Dave Brat (R-Va.), the Freedom Caucus leader who toppled then-House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in a 2014 primary.
“There is a lot of concern among people living in our district about where we find ourselves on the international stage,” Spanberger said in an interview. “I believe very firmly that the United States of America is the world’s superpower, and we have a responsibility to be a stabilizing force.”
The Sept. 11, 2001, attacks happened during Elissa Slotkin’s first week living in New York City. She had just started her graduate studies at Columbia University. Because she was fluent in Arabic, the CIA recruited her to be a Middle East analyst and then deployed her to Baghdad. She served three tours in Iraq over five years. She left to become the director for Iraq policy on the National Security Council, moved to the State Department and finally the Pentagon. When Barack Obama left office in January, she was the acting assistant secretary of defense for international security. Now 41, she’s moved home to Michigan and is running against GOP Rep. Mike Bishop. She outraised him last quarter.
Making this a trend story: Jeff Beals, 40, spent four years as a CIA intelligence officer after graduating from Harvard in 1998. He moved to the State Department in 2002 and spent four years working on Middle East peace there. Now a high school history teacher in Woodstock, N.Y., he is one of several Democrats vying to take on GOP Rep. John Faso.
— A handful of other Democratic House candidates also have intelligence backgrounds, though not at the CIA. Patrick Ryan, one of the top-tier contenders to face Faso in New York’s Hudson Valley, served two combat tours in Iraq, including one as the lead intelligence officer for an infantry battalion in Mosul. After retiring as a captain, the West Point grad started a successful cybersecurity firm. “The thing being an intelligence officer taught me is that there is no simple answer that can be captured in 140 characters,” Ryan said in an interview. “I don’t think our commander in chief understands the complexity and the second- and third- order consequences of his decisions. … War has to be the last resort in all cases.”
— Trump has antagonized the intelligence community by questioning the expertise and professionalism of employees at the various spy agencies. He has never fully accepted their conclusion that Vladimir Putin ordered a comprehensive cyber campaign to boost his campaign and sabotage the presidential election. “The whole Russia thing was an excuse for the Democrats losing the election,” Trump said again Monday during a news conference in the Rose Garden.
Shortly before taking office, Trump memorably compared the intelligence community he now oversees to Nazi Germany. The day after being inaugurated, Trump visited CIA headquarters in Langley, Va., and drew criticism for delivering self-referential remarks before a wall of stars memorializing fallen officers. Visiting Poland in July, the president said U.S. intelligence analysts were wrong about Iraq having weapons of mass destruction — so they could also be wrong again about the Russians. In March, Trump asked two of the nation’s top intelligence officials to help him push back against an FBI investigation into possible coordination between his campaign and the Russian government. Both refused.
Across the “deep state,” there are pockets of concern about the president’s fitness for office. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) spoke for many who cannot go on the record when he expressed fear that Trump’s behavior is setting the nation “on the path to World War III.”
— But the CIA prides itself on being independent and nonpartisan. People from across the ideological spectrum work there. “It is wholly unfortunate that the president — at least through his actions and words — isn’t appreciating what they do,” said Spanberger, who is running in Virginia. “At the end of the day, it’s a nonpartisan institution. To be a professional intelligence officer is really a unique path. They have a job to do: to serve the American people. So they just continue to do their jobs.”
Spanberger said what’s frustrated her the most this year has been when Trump and congressional Republicans make hasty decisions without having all the facts. Her mission at the CIA was to collect as much intelligence as possible so that policymakers could make more informed choices. “We’d ask ourselves: what information do we not have? What information are the analysts looking for? Then on the operations side, we’d look to figure out how to get that information,” she explained. “My role was to encourage people to take great risks so that our government could act wisely and make decisions based on that information.”
That’s one of the reasons that the House health-care debate really got her goat. “As a former CIA officer, the idea that the legislative body would put through a bill without so much as a CBO score was shocking to me,” Spanberger explained. “It runs antithetical to everything I believe in.”
— The former CIA officials, seeking elected office for the first time, are full of wisdom about how to deal with global hotspots, but they also understand that voters are primarily motivated by breadbasket issues. On the stump, each puts the heaviest emphasis on the economy and health care. That said, they’ve also discovered that — because the world is such a tinderbox right now — people are remarkably engaged on national security.
Back in Michigan, Slotkin said that she routinely gets asked about global events people read about in that day’s newspaper: “Businessmen ask me, ‘I have a trip coming up in Seoul. Should I cancel?’ Or, ‘My kid is supposed to study abroad in Asia. Should they go?’ People are concerned about the instability.”
— Because both women are challenging Republican incumbents and Trump won each district by 7 points last year, they are running as pragmatic moderates who are eager to work across the aisle.
“I am out there every day talking with Trump voters,” Slotkin said. “For the first two minutes of the conversation … they think I am a Republican because of my CIA and DOD experience. Then they ask what I am running as. I say I am running as a Midwestern Democrat and that I have worked for Democrats and Republicans proudly. People will then say they consider themselves independent. That’s Michigan.”
Each could be well positioned to ride a wave of backlash in the midterms — if it materializes. “There’s no doubt that former CIA officers and national security experts have strong records of service to our country and authentic messages that appeal to Democrats, independents and Republican voters alike,” said Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee spokesman Tyler Law.
— Republicans note that all the Democratic candidates mentioned above need to make it through primaries, which could force them to the left. Spanberger, running against Brat, faces five other Democrats in a primary that won’t take place until next year.
GOP operatives expect they will probably wind up fielding a couple of candidates of their own who have intelligence backgrounds, though no one who has announced for 2018 yet has worked at the CIA. Andrew Grant, running against Rep. Ami Bera (D-Calif.), was a Marine Corps intelligence officer before working at the Department of Homeland Security and the State Department.
Rep. Will Hurd (R-Tex.), who is facing a tough reelection fight in a district carried by Hillary Clinton, is a former CIA agent who was stationed in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Two of his Democratic challengers have intel backgrounds. Gina Ortiz Jones is a former Air Force intelligence officer who deployed to Iraq and worked for the Defense Intelligence Agency. Jay Hulings was a staffer on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and worked as legislative director for retired Rep. Jane Harman (D-Calif.). Both of his parents were CIA agents.
— A cautionary tale: After nearly a decade in Langley as an analyst, Kevin Strouse was the Democratic nominee in 2014 against former congressman Mike Fitzpatrick (R-Pa.). But he lost. Shortly afterward, Strouse wrote a fascinating post for a blog called Overt Action about the pitfalls of running for office as a CIA alumnus:
“Many regarded my intelligence background with skepticism,” he recalled. “Some believed I had spent my time bombing people in Pakistan from unmanned aircraft, while others assumed that I had overthrown foreign governments. … In one instance I was presumed accountable for the Phoenix Program during the Vietnam War, an impressive feat since that effort preceded my birth by two decades. Also, I was constantly asked if I watched Homeland, if I liked Homeland, and if I was trying to ‘be’ Homeland …
“While very comfortable discussing foreign policy issues, I often knew things I could not discuss publicly,” he added. “Over the course of the campaign, media reporting surrounding the intelligence community often drove voter interest in the topic, and usually not in a good way. I was frequently asked about the Intelligence Community spying on American citizens after Edward Snowden began leaking classified information about NSA programs in June 2013. I also was often asked about the attack on the US diplomatic post in Benghazi…
“I also discovered very quickly that the skills required for being a top-notch Agency analyst are far different than what is necessary to be a successful Congressional candidate,” Strouse concluded. “CIA analytic briefings are usually dry and stuffy. They focus on data, nuance, and uncertain outcomes. Policy recommendations are a big no-no. Briefings are presented dispassionately. Suffice to say, the way CIA analysts are trained to give briefings and answer questions will not get people on their feet cheering. Voters expect their elected leaders to be definitive and show passion and convictions for their beliefs.”
— The former CIA officers who will be on the ballot in 2018 are preparing for the Russians to once again wage an influence campaign — and they expect that they will be targets. At the Pentagon last year, Slotkin was the lead negotiator with Moscow on the memorandum of understanding related to Syria. The goal was to make sure that U.S. aircraft could fly over that country without being shot down by the Russians. She said they secretly filmed her during one negotiating session and put the video on YouTube until the U.S. government complained. She routinely receives spearfishing emails and other notifications of attempted hacks.
“It’s quite a big concern,” she added in a recent interview. “We will be, of course, watching the Facebook ads that are put out, and we’ll do our best to monitor how they’re going to try to sow chaos in my election and probably many, many others. … If the Russians are really doing what we believe them to be doing, then I would be a choice target. They already know me, and they don’t love me. So we’ve done a lot of work to make sure that anyone associated with the campaign has gone through proper training for cybersecurity. Even the interns.”
Do you believe actual ‘polls’ were conducted?
Pre-election polls: HRC favored 90-98%?
Reconcile against results.
Why is there emphasis put on polls?
Define ‘Human Nature’.
: the general psychological characteristics, feelings, and behavioral traits of humankind, regarded as shared by all humans?
[Point 1 – FAKE NEWS LOGIC]
If people believe the odds are hopeless their candidate will win…
Do they still make the effort to vote?
If people believe the odds are overwhelming their candidate will win….
Do they still make the effort to vote?
Does 1 cancel 2?
[Point 3 – FAKE NEWS LOGIC]
If people believe the ‘majority’ of people feel a certain way about something….
Do they ‘go with the majority’ to feel accepted?
If the ‘majority’ of people believe something does that imply it must be RIGHT?
Does this give rise to ‘we are the majority’ mindset?
Define ‘Echo Chamber’.
: a metaphorical description of a situation in which beliefs are amplified or reinforced by communication and repetition inside a closed system?
Prior to new platforms [networks] connecting people….
Did the OLD GUARD have FULL CONTROL?
Did the OLD GUARD ‘learn’ from this mistake (2016 election) and now tasking all new platforms [networks] to censor?
When you are awake you can see CLEARLY.
Two more prosecutors leave Mueller SC.
One a cyber crime expert. Spokesperson says not due to political bias or wrongdoing.
Two more prosecutors leave Mueller SC, one
specializing in cyber crimes. Per spokesperson,
not due to political bias or wrongdoing. kek
Think ‘Polls’ posted yesterday – [WAPO].
What are the odds of that?
Notice any similarities?
Do you believe in coincidences?
The US Department of Justice may charge a former NSA contractor with espionage after discovering top secret documents and enough highly sensitive data to fill 10,000 DVDs at his home in Maryland.
Retired US Navy officer Harold Thomas Martin III, 51, has been dubbed ‘the second Snowden’ by the press. He worked for Booz Allen Hamilton, the same firm that employed the famous whistleblower who revealed global surveillance programs run by the US.
Notice any similarities?
Notice any similarities?
It’s always been out in the open.
You just have to LOOK.
You MUST stay TOGETHER.
TOGETHER YOU ARE STRONG.
Symbolism = END.
Buy a history book published 20 years ago.
Buy a history book published 10 years ago.
Buy a history book published this year.
Focus on WWI/WWII
Something ALARMING will be discovered.
BREAKING: Santa Fe High School Killer Wore ANTIFA and Columbine Hammer-and-Sickle Pin (Updated)
Jim Hoft by Jim Hoft May 18, 2018Dimitrios Pagourtzis was wearing a jacket with the ANTIFA terrorist hammer-and-sickle emblem.
It’s always been out in the open.
You just have to LOOK.
You MUST stay TOGETHER.
TOGETHER YOU ARE STRONG.
Symbolism = END.
Do you believe in coincidences?
Nothing to See Here.
FISA (ABCs) v INSCOM
NSA INSCOM BRIDGE
FISA = FISC
Who is accountable to Congress (civilian body)?
Define ‘State Secrets’.
Process of obtaining a FISA warrant?
What must be DEMONSTRATED to be GRANTED?
Who must SIGN OFF?
Can ‘select’ individuals in senior positions of power be SHADOW BANNED from ACTIVE FISA WARRANTS / SURV?
Sufficient evidence shown to demonstrate rogue elements of intelligence apparatus illegally violated FISA law (tenets) in coordinated effort w/ d+foreign allies to impact/mod the outcome of the 2016 Presidential election & safeguard against future uncover / criminal prosecution?
Who must sign off on FISA warrants?
Who directs the signers?
Given magnitude of spy campaign (U.S. Presidential Election Republican Party Nominee Candidate + President Elect + President of the United States) would HUSSEIN be required to DIRECT ORDER?
How would updates occur?
Who has access to the PDB?
On-site CLAS briefings / SIT ROOM / OO / PEOC / N_C?
How often does a President use PEOC?
Could FISA warrants be issued/active for numerous ‘in-the-news now/future’ U.S. targets?
‘Foreign’ tangent req to obtain warrant to spy on U.S. ORIG?
What is Known?
Connections (them) to Russia/other F assets?
Who commands INSCOM?
Who commands No Such Agency?
Who has ULTIMATE command?
: the offense of attempting by overt acts to overthrow the government of the state to which the offender owes allegiance or to kill or personally injure the sovereign or the sovereign’s family
: the betrayal of a trust : treachery
What is the penalty for treason?
The act of subverting : the state of being subverted; especially : a systematic attempt to overthrow or undermine a government or political system by persons working secretly from within?
“The United States seeks to impose tangible and significant consequences on those who commit serious human rights abuse or engage in corruption, as well as to protect the financial system of the United States from abuse by these same persons.”
“I therefore determine that serious human rights abuse and corruption around the world constitute an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security, foreign policy, and economy of the United States, and I hereby declare a national emergency to deal with that threat.”
January 1, 2019
“Sec. 12. In accordance with Article 33 of the UCMJ, as amended by section 5204 of the MJA, the Secretary of Defense, in consultation with the Secretary of Homeland Security, will issue nonbinding guidance regarding factors that commanders, convening authorities, staff judge advocates, and judge advocates should take into account when exercising their duties with respect to the disposition of charges and specifications in the interest of justice and discipline under Articles 30 and 34 of the UCMJ. That guidance will take into account, with appropriate consideration of military requirements, the principles contained in official guidance of the Attorney General to attorneys for the Federal Government with respect to the disposition of Federal criminal cases in accordance with the principle of fair and evenhanded administration of Federal criminal law.”
+ FBI personnel removal
+ DOJ personnel removal
+ C_A personnel removal
+ State personnel removal
+ WH personnel removal
+ House personnel removal
+ Senate personnel removal
+ Chair/CEO/VP removal
+ MIL budget (largest in our history).
+ MIL presence around POTUS
+ 45,000 sealed indictments
Nothing to See Here.
Google’s true origin partly lies in CIA and NSA research grants for mass surveillance
By Jeff NesbitDecember 8, 2017
>>2621616 08/15/18 (Wed) 23:02:52 (PDT)
Nothing to see here.
Drops equate to reaction/action?
Anyone have problems w/ their ‘XBOX Live’ accounts shortly after the drop yesterday?
How many coincidences before mathematically impossible?
Nothing to see here.
Q-anon this evening (Monday): 50,000+ sealed indictments edition
Posted By: MrFusion [Send E-Mail]
Date: Monday, 3-Sep-2018 22:01:51
CIA field agents are clueless as to what happened to the satellite and communication networks. The entire CIA is in disarray. All of their field agents are terrified of what might be coming at them.
According to sources, Trump may bring partial 9/11 disclosure this month.
It has been 17 years since the 9/11 attacks. ‘No Name’ John McCain “passed” 17 days before the anniversary of 9/11.
There are no such thing as coincidences.
Russia and China will be hosting a massive military exercise of 300,000 troops, 36,000 pieces of equipment, 1,000 aircraft, and both Northern and Pacific Naval Fleets.
This is a show of force to the Cabal from BRICS.
Meanwhile, Alliance special operations (composed of U.S. Special Forces and Russian GRU Spetsnaz) are occurring worldwide seizing and eliminating all Cabal assets.
https://youtu.be/8xCBJNAXxcc HUGE ufo seen by plane
You may recall the original “Snow White” posts, all the way back in January:
The short of it is… Snow White is a series of supercomputers run by the CIA, with each one named for each of the seven dwarves. They combine machine learning, advanced AI, and natural language systems to basically shill boards and forums all day – creating voices that not only (usually) pass the Turing test, but which seed ideas, push the overton window, and create a consensus where none would otherwise exist.
Each of the “dwarves” has a different personality. For instance, Grumpy is exactly as he sounds. He’ll insult and berate you for “wrongthink,” and then maybe Dopey will swoop in after a minute or two and offer you a “nice” way to admit you were wrong. This is called “consensus cracking,” and it’s an advanced forum sliding mechanism.
The basic idea is to get more than one (but ideally more than five) “voices” agreeing with each other until real, living people start chiming in and agreeing. This helps crush dissent as well, and thus, it will move a forum’s conversation in the way the programmers want it to go. It’s how you radicalize and demoralize people.
Now this… this is a whopper of an image, clocking in at over 10 mb, so I hosted it over at catbox.moe. The full sized link is below, and I highly recommend you read through this all:
The basic gist is that one Anon started picking up on certain trends, and identifying certain “voices” on /CBTS/ – the board that was used after /pol/ but before /qresearch/.
Thinking these voices were human, he started to troll the voices over several days, across several threads, even going so far as to give them names like “Grumpy” and “Doc.”
PAPAL PEDOGATE: An Epic Scandal Consumes the Vatican and Incriminates Pope Francis
Is it any surprise that, because Donald Trump criticized the new land reform policy of South Africa, he’s being called a racist?
It’s just another example of the fact that Trump can do no right in the eyes of the left – even when, in this case, he is speaking out against a policy that essentially calls for the eradication/killing of white farmers in that beleaguered country, as well as the state confiscating their land.
When Trump learned of the proposed plan endorsed by South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, he tweeted that he has directed Mike Pompeo, Secretary of State, to “closely study the South Africa land and farm seizures and expropriations and the large-scale killing of farmers.”
That announcement and the outrage expressed by the left has resulted in the South African government withdrawing their plan – at least for now. It’s all politics.
As often is said, the devil is in the details.
On the surface, the South African proposal is for blacks in that country to “take back” the land that once was “stolen from them” by whites as the country was settled.
The government calls it “land expropriation” – taking farms and land from white owners without compensation and giving it to blacks. The call it “land reform” and, surprisingly to many, it gained the backing of UK Prime Minister Theresa May.
She was on her first trip to Africa, and after meetings with government officials, said that she backed such land seizures without compensation as long as the process is done in a “legal’ manner. She didn’t specify just how she defines “legal stealing.”
While Ramaphosa might have liked her support, it didn’t take long for her to be slammed by many in her country. The leader of UKIP, Gerard Batten, said just because countries take certain actions that doesn’t make them morally right, and it’s reprehensible for her to stand with a leader who supports “these racist policies.”
Racist? Consider the statements by Julius Malema, head of the leftist EFF (Economic Freedom Fighters) party in South Africa, the third-largest party in the country. Malema said on Turkish Radio and TV that “We have not called for the killing of white people. At least for now. I can’t guarantee the future.”
When he was called on that statement, he said the people who complain are “crybabies.” This is a man who considers all whites to be criminals.
At a rally, he told the crowd: “Go after a white man – we are cutting the throats of whiteness.”
A background to all this is the fact that the economy of South Africa under President Ramaposa is on the decline. Increasingly, people are jobless – in some places 90 percent – and facing the fact that the cost of living is increasing. When they’re lured by government to regard the possibility of being given farmland free – it’s more than tempting.
Zimbabwe faced the same situation when President Mugabe started similar land confiscation. Thousands of farmers were dispossessed and killed, land given to inexperienced people – and farmland went fallow. The country went into economic chaos, with massive famine and sky-high inflation. That country is a disaster on all levels.
There’s no doubt South Africa faces the same fate if the current land theft proposal takes place.
Regardless of that, attacks against white farmers continue at a regular pace. Latest figures from the Agri SA agricultural union in Pretoria show black criminal gangs have killed a white farmer every five days this year. For months, the government called these deaths “burglaries gone wrong,” but there are too many to continue to do that.
The government estimates there are 31 murders per 100,000 people annually – 50 a day. Estimates are, it’s more than double that.
Genocide Watch has concluded,”There is a coordinated campaign of genocide being conducted against white farmers.”
A parallel to this is the fact that the government has passed laws to confiscate weapons from the farmers. Many did turn in their weapons, which leaves them at the mercy of gangs and the government, which in many cases are the same.
The High Court recently overturned prior gun regulations, which essentially means that any firearms without a license renewal must be turned in –bad news for some 300,000 gun owners.
First, they take guns; then they take land; then they take lives.
People, remember that in 2012, then-President Zuma sang at a political rally: “We are going to shoot them with the machine gun, they are going to run/You are a Boer, we are going to hit them, and you are going to run/shoot the Boer.”
The Boers are the white descendants of the original Dutch settlers in South Africa.
The horror of the killing in South Africa is that they are not “just” killing someone. Deaths are the result of incredible torture of men, women and children, often with children killed in front of their parents. Virtually every white in the country is a target.
I was at an informal dinner in South Africa with about 14 area residents. They knew I was an American and didn’t mind when I asked if any of them had experienced any attacks or murders in their families.
Every single one of them said “yes.”
I admit, I was stunned. They spoke of it as though such atrocities were just a part of life – which in fact, for them, they were.
And apparently, they still are.
Author/blogger Ilana Mercer, whom I have interviewed on my radio program, recently wrote: “White men, women and children are being butchered like animals, their bodies often displayed like trophies by their proud black assassins. … An example among thousands are Kaalie Botha’s parents: ‘You can’t kill an animal like they killed my mom and dad. You can’t believe it.’
“The Achilles tendons of Kaalie’s 71-year old father had been severed by his assailants so he couldn’t flee. He was then hacked in the back until he died, his body dumped in the bush. The head of wife Joey had been bashed in by a brick, wielded with such force that the skull cracked like an egg.’ Just one horrific instance of farm torture and murders.”
Thousands of white South African farmers have applied for asylum in Australia and many have been granted. Some 15,000 have applied to Russia for assistance and that appears to be successful.
Why has the United States been silent about welcoming these desperate people? A blaring hint is that the liberals in this country consider them “racists” and so is anyone who supports them. They have no compunction about calling our president a racist just asking for an investigation into the South African land expropriation plans.
I only pray we do something to help before there is a widespread bloodbath. Remember, we ignored the genocide in Rwanda – that blood is on our hands.
We don’t need more.
Read more at https://www.wnd.com/2018/09/south-africa-politics-kill-whitey/#Y6M2YloQwjBHLddp.99
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