Florida Governor and presumptive 2024 presidential candidate Ron DeSantis was denied access to Guantanamo Bay after a spokesperson at his bequest informed Vice Adm. Crandall that DeSantis wanted to witness Ron Klain’s military tribunal, which is scheduled for Friday, February 3, an adjunct to Admiral Crandall told Real Raw News.
DeSantis’ spokesperson Christina Pushaw Wednesday afternoon informed JAG that DeSantis would arrive at GITMO early Friday morning to view the tribunal and, if time permitted, conduct a routine inspection of the base to ensure security protocols met his expectations. But JAG’s special assistant for strategic planning denied the request, saying GITMO was not currently accepting tourists or politicians, including State governors.
The snub reportedly angered Pushaw because DeSantis had been allowed to tour the base during an unannounced visit last August. DeSantis walked the base on that visit with Admirals Crandall and David Wilson, who listened to DeSantis reminisce about his days as a Navy JAG officer at GITMO in 2006. Neither Vice Adm. Crandall nor base commander General Lance A. Okamura objected to DeSantis’ presence at the time.
Afterward, Gen. David H. Berger spoke to Adm. Crandall and said allowing DeSantis to visit GITMO was like “letting a fox in the coop.” Berger, who has largely recovered from wounds sustained at the hands of his abductors, had long voiced a palpable dislike for DeSantis, and on more than one occasion labeled him a Deep State sympathizer.
According to our source, Berger and Crandall had a tiff last September when the latter said he and his staff, not Camp Pendleton, governed access to Guantanamo Bay. “We each have unique responsibilities,” Crandall said, to which Berger replied, “We have a symbiotic relationship, you and I. I’m not trying to step on your toes—just giving friendly advice.” A few days later, Crandall received a call from none other than President Trump, who encouraged him to forbid unauthorized personnel from setting foot on GITMO but stopped short of issuing a direct order. Trump, who this week called DeSantis a globalist RINO, warned Crandall that DeSantis had questionable allegiances.
“President Trump apparently feels GITMO may have been infiltrated. I think he communicated that to Adm. Crandall. I think when Adm. Crandall entertained Gov. DeSantis in August, it was a courtesy, one Navy officer to another. DeSantis was displeased at hearing he wouldn’t be allowed back. He could be heard in the background muttering unkind words while the admiral’s assistant was talking to Ms. Pushaw,” our source said.
Asked whether Adm. Crandall conferred with Trump before refusing DeSantis’ request, our source added, “I don’t know. But he’s persona non-gratis around here right now.”
As an aside, Ron Klain’s military tribunal will begin at 10:00 a.m. Friday. Real Raw News will supply a report as speedily as possible.
United States Marines on Tuesday arrested CDC Deputy Director Tom Shimabukuro on treason charges after obtaining a military arrest warrant attesting that U.S. Army Cyber Command had intercepted a phone call on which he admitted Covid-19 vaccines were still sickening and killing American citizens.
A source in Gen. Eric M. Smith’s office told Real Raw News that Cyber Command tapped Shimabukuro’s phones last November after CDC Director Rochelle Walensky avoided arrest by fleeing the U.S. for Brussels. White Hats, he added, were confident a despotic Walensky would assert control over the agency from afar and keep in touch with her right-hand man.
“She’s an authoritarian. She wasn’t about to cede control of a criminal agency she helped build into what it is today. To do that, she’d have to stay in contact with Atlanta,” our source said of Walensky.
Cyber Command used “unconventional” means to tap lines in the CDC’s Atlanta headquarters and three personal telephone numbers registered to Shimabukuro. They also “trapped” his known email addresses.
The digital surveillance, however, was meant to monitor Walensky, not Shimabukuro—White Hats had hoped to learn whether Walensky was slipping in and out of the U.S. undetected and, if so, devise a plan to catch her. Until last week, the most damning evidence against Shimabukuro, who heads the Immunization Safety Office, was his part in the ubiquitous censoring of medical professionals who challenged the CDC narrative.
According to our source, Cyber Command intercepted several coded emails and voice calls between the despicable pair. They communicated in indecipherable, unintelligent gibberish, often discussing favorite pets, the weather, preferred soft drinks and candy bars, and other nonsensical topics, ostensibly to hide the true nature of their dialogues.
“They guys at Cyber Command are damn good at cracking ciphers, but in this case, they were stymied. In January, their calls got a bit more frequent. And Shimabukuro sounded more and more nervous. Something was off. No one sounds frightened talking about how they like Coca-Cola and not Pepsi,” our source said.
On a January 8 call, a noticeably agitated Shimabukuro seemed to have difficulty comprehending whatever Walensky, speaking in code, was trying to convey to him and at one point in the call forwent the coded gibberish.
“Why can’t I come to you? It’s getting warm here,” he said, prompting Walensky to end the call.
“He was having problems understanding her gobbledygook, like he forgot how to interpret it or they hadn’t rehearsed it enough,” our source said.
On a January 18 call, Shimabukuro went full meltdown, saying in English, “…The House is going to know that we know vaccines have caused irreparable harm to over 500,000 people. When they find out, I’m fu**** while you’re safe. You promised we’d be protected, that I’d be protected.”
“You idiot,” Walensky replied and hung up.
Cyber Command sent Shimabukuro’s admission of guilt to both Gen. Smith and Vice Adm. Darse E. Crandall, who agreed the confession constituted an act of treason, for it contradicted the regime’s claims that vaccines cause side effects in only 0.0028% of vaccinated people. Moreover, it proved that Walensky and Shimabukuro partook in a robust conspiracy to deceive the American public into believing vaccines were safe and effective.
Vice Adm. Crandall signed an arrest warrant, and Marines under Gen. Smith’s command began shadowing Shimabukuro, learning his habits and daily routines.
On January 31, Marines arrested Shimabukuro near his Atlanta home, as he was driving to CDC headquarters.
“Shimabukuro didn’t resist, didn’t protest. In fact, he almost seemed relieved. I don’t know what he told investigators, but he seems the kind of guy who’ll try to strike a deal, if one is offered to him. We want Walensky, but he’s a good start,” our source said.
Mattis Eludes Military Arrest
United States Marines looking to arrest former Defense Secretary and Marine Corps General Jim Mattis on charges of treason discovered that he had fled the U.S. for Ukraine, a source in Gen. Eric M. Smith’s office told Real Raw News.
Mattis, a retired four-star general, spent 44 years in the Corps, during which time he commanded troops in the Persian Gulf War, the War in Afghanistan, and Iraq War. He was later nominated as secretary of defense by President-elect Donald Trump and confirmed by the Senate on January 20, 2017. Their relationship eroded in late 2018 when Trump, against Mattis’ advice, pulled U.S. armed forces from Syria, prompting Mattis to speak poorly of Trump and submit a resignation letter. Trump has since called Mattis “the most overrated general in history” and a “not-so-good guy.”
White Hats now say Mattis was either a Deep State plant from the start or joined the Deep State after Trump rebuffed him. They allege that Mattis helped the criminal Biden regime militarize federal agencies such as the FBI, the ATF, and the IRS. Worse, they claim to have evidence linking Mattis to the Deep State’s Christmas Day assault on Guantanamo Bay.
“Two prisoners of war namedropped Jim Mattis. We don’t just take the word of traitors, but their breadcrumbs led us to an administration insider who’s willing to testify that Mattis, Gen. Mark Milley, and the bastard Lloyd Austin discussed how to tactically rescue Pelosi, may she rot in hell, and ‘retake’ GITMO. There’s other intel I can’t openly discuss, but we had enough to issue a military arrest warrant for Mattis. What Mattis did is unconscionable and treasonous,” our source said.
But Mattis could not be found. He had, as they say, flown the coop.
Under Gen. Smith’s orders, U.S. Marines staked out his home in Richland, Washington, as well as General Electric’s headquarters in Reston, Virginia. Our source said that Mattis had served on GE’s board of directors and spent considerable time there. Friends of Mattis reportedly told Marines that he and his wife Christina had left the country for a two-week overseas vacation, a belated honeymoon, in early January but never returned. Mattis married Christina Lomasney in June 2022.
White Hats later learned that Mattis boarded a commercial flight to Warsaw, Poland, on January 10, 2023.
“Deep Staters go to Poland only to get to Ukraine for safety. It might seem an odd place to stay safe, given what’s going on there, but in this case, it’s really less than meets the eye. Zelensky is shielding them because, well, the Deep State is giving him money hand over fist,” our source said.
In closing, our source said if Mattis reenters the U.S., he’ll find himself on the first flight to Guantanamo Bay. He also noted that Gen. Smith informed Trump of Mattis’ betrayal.
“This Mattis did some treasonous acts; these are terrible acts being committed by terrible people. It’s a huge injustice. You’re catching them, keep catching them, “Trump said.
United States Special Forces on Thursday seized an enemy cloning laboratory near Fort Yukon, Alaska, which held dozens of Deep State clones, a source in General Eric M. Smith’s office told Real Raw News.
The find marks the second time White Hats located carbon copies of Deep State politicians. As reported last month, Special Forces on Dec 22 found and destroyed a concealed cloning center in the Missouri Ozarks that held replicas of Joseph Biden, Chuck Schumer, and Anthony Fauci. Evidence taken from the lab later led Special Forces to a German-born “cloning scientist” living in Boston. That individual, whose name remains a mystery, was reportedly arrested and brought to a Marine Corps base for interrogation.
Real Raw News asked our source if the scientist divulged the existence and location of the Alaska lab, but he answered nebulously, “We got credible information that was reviewed by Gen. Smith and his council. It was enough to act on.”
He admitted, though, that the council at first rejected the “credible information,” for the remote mountainous terrain of interior Alaska seemed an unlikely place to hide and run a Deep State sanctum. Fort Yukon is located on the north bank of the Yukon River at its confluence with the Porcupine River, north of the Arctic circle, and has a bipolar climate with severe winters and mild summers. Its inhabitants—583 according to the last Census—are Gwich’in natives who live in log buildings. Fort Yukon is disconnected from the Alaska roadways and is accessible only by air; the city’s airfield has only a gravel runway that is unable to handle large aircraft needed to transport construction materials for something as grand as a cloning laboratory. And, our source said, the laboratory was 25 miles north of Fort Yukon.
When the council opined on the impossibility of clandestinely erecting a bastion in a realm that was frozen solid eight months a year and largely off grid, Gen. Smith assuaged their doubts by showing them aerial surveillance footage of a rectangular, steel building nestled amid clusters of white spruce. Around the building were several snow mobiles and a large snowplow. And beside the building were concrete pads sizable enough to land a big helicopter, and whoever controlled the facility had recently plowed fresh snow from the helipads. The drone had watched the building like a vulture circling carrion.
Dual-rotary helicopters like the Ch-57 Chinook, which can lift 20,000lbs, could have ferried equipment between Fairbanks and the lab.
After conferring with 19th Special Forces Group commander, Gen. Smith picked that unit’s soldiers—they underwent Arctic warfare training during Operation Arctic Fox in May 2022—to affect a search and destroy mission, if warranted. Ahead of a blistering gunfight that could imperil soldiers’ lives, however, he wanted “boots on the ground” intelligence to supplement the aerial recon, and thus sent a small team—posing as National Geographic photographers studying the Aurora Borealis—and a Gwich’in translator to Fort Yukon.
Gen. Smith, our source said, wanted to capture the lab intact, so White Hats could learn how the Deep State was powering them off grid.
On January 20, plainclothes Special Forces operators landed in Fort Yukon aboard a Cessna Caravan. They hired a Gwich’in guide under the pretense of needing a local to point out propitious spots to photograph the Northern Lights. The guide chuckled, cautioning them to either sleep in their heated plane or get their affairs in order, for the ice had claimed many intrepid adventurers.
They asked whether Fort Yukon received many non-native visitors, and the guide said outsiders had been coming for as long as he’d been alive, 57 years. He must have had a sixth sense, for he penetrated the Special Forces cover story, deducing they had an ulterior motive for coming to Fort Yukon, even though they carried bags laden with cameras, lenses, and tripods. “You’re here about them; I hope you are not with them,” the guide said, pointing north into a sudden squall of blinding snow.
The Special Forces lead assured the guide that neither he nor his men had knowledge of “them,” but he pressed the guide for more information.
Their sherpa said he would introduce them to a Fort Yukon elder, who would decide if they were worthy of hearing lore. When the Special Forces lead asked what determined worthiness, the guide said, “He will look at you and know. That and it’s customary to bring a gift. Information itself is a gift. Since you’re not carrying whale meat, I’m sure a few hundred dollars will do. I am guessing you didn’t travel here without cash.”
He introduced Special Forces to Fort Yukon’s oldest living resident, an 89-year-old man named Tom Ericwas, whose home was little more than a 16X20’ pitched-roof built of logs and tar and heated by a wood stove with a single cooking plate. The guide began to translate, but Ericwas encouraged him to speak English. “These men don’t speak our language but we speak theirs,” Ericwas said, and lamented that fewer than 300 Alaskan Gwich’in spoke their native tongue anymore.
Ericwas entrusted Special Forces with the city’s folklore. In the summer of 2013, an unusually warm season, swarms of helicopters, sometimes as thick as a cloud of mosquitoes, appeared in the skies north of Fort Yukon. Tow cables hanging from their fuselage held concrete and steel walls, I-beams, and enormous wooden crates. They came and went night and day, only pausing in the heaviest rains, and men from the helicopters desecrated the forest by felling sacred trees that had stood for hundreds of years. The flights stopped when the snow began to fall, but the choppers returned the following spring. Ericwas said the Gwich’in dared not venture to the area, as it was deemed a den of evil. He recalled hearing cacophonous roars, as if the earth were split asunder. After two springs and two summers, the flights became less frequent, but on some nights the sky glowed blue, and not from the Aurora Borealis.
He then told Special Forces a tale most people would consider ludicrous. In the spring of 2017, just after first thaw, a man who looked like and claimed to be President William Jefferson Clinton emerged from the woods on an ATV. He insisted he was Bill Clinton but had no idea where he was. He said he’d escaped imprisonment and had to notify both his wife and Al Gore that he was alive.
The Gwich’in people, Ericwas said, believed an evil, shapeshifting spirit had haunted Fort Yukon. In 2017, Clinton was 71, with a pitted face and skin like worn leather; the Clinton in Fort Yukon, though, had the visage of a significantly younger man, as he looked during his presidency in the 90s. The Fort Yukon Clinton demanded an immediate flight to D.C. but was told the next scheduled supply drop, which could bring him to Fairbanks, wouldn’t arrive for two days. Ericwas told Special Forces Clinton got back on the ATV and headed east toward the Northwest Territories.
“If it was a man, he could not survive. If spirit, it’s somewhere else,” Ericwas said.
Special Forces flew back to Fairbanks to relay their findings to Gen. Smith at Camp Pendleton.
The general, our source said, found the revelations too disquieting to ignore. If the story was true, it meant a Clinton clone had escaped from a cloning lab, and that cloning technology had existed for quite some time.
On Thursday, two 12-man Special Forces detachments arrived at Eielson Air Force Base in Fairbanks, from where they were flown on Blackhawks to an LZ a few kilometers east of the alleged cloning lab. Burdened by heavy rucksacks, and donned in Arctic gear, they trudged the distance until reaching a vantage point that gave them an unhindered view of a 200X160’ windowless building surrounded by a chain fence and a half dozen sentries armed with automatic rifles. Dressed in black amid a white backdrop, the sentinels made easy targets; Special Forces snipers shot them center mass or made their heads explode in a pink mist. With the sentries dispatched, they cut through the fence and breached the entrances with explosives, hurling flashbang grenades inside to stun any occupants within. They shot dead a half dozen people in white lab coats and another five armed sentries, although some rounds ricocheted and shattered cloning cylinders identical to those discovered in the Missouri Ozarks.
Although the cylinders housed no Clinton clones, they did contain clones of several Deep Staters who had only recently risen to prominence: Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, Ilhan Omar and, Cori Bush. Other maturation chambers held facsimiles of Nancy Pelosi and Gavin Newsom. Republicans hadn’t been excluded: a section of the building had clones of William Barr, General Michael Flynn, Supreme Court Justice John Roberts, and, yes Mitch McConnell.
“We have control of it and are examining the technology,” our source said. “Needless to say, there are probably more of these places in the country and maybe abroad. I won’t lie, we have our work cut out. They [the Deep State] have been at this for a damn long time.”
Edit: This story was written several days ago, and posted 1/24/2023. It seems the school district in question did lift it’s mandate on 01/23/2023, a day before the article was posted. Therefore, there is currently no mandate. Thank you to the commenters who pointed this out, even if rudely. Yes, we should have checked the district website this a.m. before running the story. However, they did indeed have a mandate in place previously. We appologize for the error and are keeping the story up along with this correction.
The Passaic School District in New Jersey added revisionist history to classroom curriculums when students returned to class after winter recess in early January, with liberal educators scapegoating Donald Trump as the reason kids were once again forced to wear bacteria-ridden facemasks eight to ten hours a day.
Children questioning the necessity for renewed mandates were told to blame Trump because he had not acted quickly enough to stop the spread of Covid-19. Kids were told that Trump’s feckless leadership allowed the Covid-19 Beta and Omicron variants to mutate into the more transmissible XBB.1.5 variant, which, teachers said, was spreading like an uncontrolled wildfire sickening children across the country.
At Etta Gero School, one teacher encouraged 4th-grade students to remind their parents and older siblings not to vote for Trump in 2024, as another Trump presidency would “make covid worse,” and children would have to wear masks forever without reprieve.
Votes matter in Passaic County. Although it leans Democrat, 41% of registered voters voted Republican in the last presidential election, a 6% increase from 2016. Educators there seem bent on impugning Trump’s character and grooming malleable minds to demonize and vilify the 45th President of the United States.
Real Raw News spoke with the parents of an 11-year-old boy whose teacher, a particularly nasty creature, chastised him for momentarily lowering his mask to catch a normal breath of air.
“My son has asthma; the school knows this. He has trouble wearing a mask for too long without a break. What the school’s doing is cruel, inhumane. And on top of that, when he asked why he couldn’t take the mask off for just a few seconds, the teacher told him to ‘ask Trump’ and ridiculed him. It put my son in tears, and then Jenna [last name redacted] told him to go cry to Trump,” the boy’s father said.
Unethical teaching is endemic to the district.
A few miles away at Daniel F. Ryan Elementary School, teachers are telling children that if Trump wins in 2024, he’ll abolish mask mandates and proliferate the spread of disease. Kids opposing mandates are often sent to detention to write an essay on how Trump nearly tricked the country into drinking bleach to cure Covid-19 and why masks are necessary to keep society safe.
A math teacher speaking under promise of anonymity told RRN that liberal Leftists dominate the district and that teachers with conservative values must hide them or risk losing their jobs.
“There’s a concerted effort here to speak negatively about Trump at every opportunity. I voted for Trump twice, but if I espouse conservative principles, I’ll be ostracized and made very uncomfortable. Some of my colleagues are teaching students that Trump caused Covid,” he said.
If Fox News were authentic, it would tell viewers that Senior Vice President of News & Politics Alan Komissaroff, who died of a heart attack Friday at the age of 47, received Covid-19 booster shots in April 2022 and January 2023. A Fox source speaking under anonymity told Real Raw News that Komissaroff was a vaccine advocate who had worn a “Get the vax” lapel pin until other network personalities teased him, even though they, too, were vaccinated.
In August 2021, Kevin Lord, executive vice president of human resources at Fox News parent Fox Corp, required all employees to get vaccinated or submit to daily tests, and later said 90% of the workforce had chosen shots over painful nasal swabs. In the end, many on-air personalities that rightfully railed against vaccine mandates had taken a jab or three.
At least Komissaroff was forthright; nonetheless, he, like so many naïve sheeple, entrusted his life to the CDC, to the promises of the late Dr. Anthony Fauci, to flimsy, ungrounded science, and to an unproven vaccine that killed hundreds of trial participants and hundreds of thousands more after the FDA granted pharmaceutical manufacturers emergency-use authorization.
It’s impossible to know whether the vaccine killed Komissaroff, but he was in a high-risk pool—he had a near-fatal heart attack ten years ago. Vaccine lovers will indeed say that one heart attack amplifies the odds of having a second, more dangerous heart attack, regardless of vaccination status. However, doctors who treated patients with proven drugs like ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine proved through empirical research that vaccines killed a disproportionate number of the elderly and immunocompromised.
As for Komissaroff, could the time between his last booster and the moment of death be a coincidence? Anything’s possible. But even skeptical doctors have admitted to seeing an undeniable correlation between vaccines and excess fatalities. It wasn’t until vaccines came along that people in their 30s, 40s and 50s started dropping dead en masse, and physicians began noticing snake-like blood clots in corpses.
Fifteen hundred vaccinated amateur and professional athletes—people in prime health—have suffered cardiac arrest since the proliferation of Covid-19 vaccines; in prior years, the average was 29, a marked difference.
Komissaroff was neither an athlete nor an example of excellent health, but he could be another vaccine statistic, one of the millions.
Our source said Fox would not publicly comment on Komissarov’s vaccination status because HIPPA protects the individually identifiable health information about a decedent for 50 years following the date of death.
“Not to mention, Fox News sure as hell isn’t going to announce to its viewers that 90% of them got vaxxed, and that includes me. Everyone here loved Alan [ Komissaroff]. He made us all laugh. He was a great guy and just did what we all had to do. He’ll be missed. I hope the vaccine didn’t kill him, but many of us here are silently wondering, including some big names you wouldn’t think got the shot,” our source said.
Komissaroff is survived by his wife Rachael, who was his high school sweetheart, along with his children Ben, 17, and Olivia, 13.
When USMC General David H. Berger declared President Donald J. Trump a protectorate of the U.S. military and, consequently, shored up security on several Trump-owned properties, officers on his council proffered a scathing rebuke of Gen. Berger’s motives and methods, saying, in fact, that Trump’s reluctance to apologize for heralding Operation Warp Speed constituted a “breach of trust” among soldiers and citizens across the nation.
As reported in June, a divide has formed between council members who are fiercely loyal to Trump and those who want Ron DeSantis to helm the country in 2024. Trump’s most outspoken critics, U.S. Army Major Gen. Richard E. Angle and Col. J.D. Keirsey, have said Trump must publicly apologize for creating and perpetuating Operation Warp Speed if he expects unified military support. At a White Hat meeting earlier this month, they argued that Warp Speed had sickened or killed more Americans than all combined wars our nation had fought.
The White Hat partition of the U.S. military has conducted several studies, some of which are still ongoing, on vaccine casualties. One study showed that 450 pregnant women—servicemembers and dependents—spontaneously aborted within 14 days of having received a Covid shot. Of the 450, 63 soon developed incurable neuropathies, 41 were stricken with myocarditis, 23 suffered partial paralysis, 4 were left quadriplegic, and 8 died of heart attacks. In short, 30% of those who lost their children also died or suffered fates worse than death.
The studies were not limited to only servicemembers and dependents. One examined how many Americans the CDC claimed died of Covid during the week of March 16, 2022. According to the criminal CDC, 1,292 persons perished from Covid that week. A military investigation, however, revealed that 850 of the 1,292 died within 10 days of getting a first or second booster shot. In all, the CDC claims that 1.05m Americans have died of Covid. The military attributes 90.3 percent of fatalities to vaccines, not the sickness.
Major Gen. Richard E. Angle and Col. J.D. Keirsey brought these studies to Gen. Berger’s attention at last week’s meeting.
“Trump to this day touts Warp Speed as one his greatest accomplishments,” Gen. Angle told Gen. Berger, “even as people are still lining up left and right to get jabbed in the arm. And the latest batch of boosters haven’t even been tested on humans. Trump has boasted about getting boosted, while the vaccines kill people every day. This must stop. He must abandon his prideful stance and come clean with America. If not, how can we support him?”
“Trump’s base is fractured,” Col. Keirsey chimed in, citing an informal military poll suggesting that 30% of MAGA that voted for Trump in 2016 and 2020 would not vote for him in 2024 owing to his refusing to admit he’d been tricked into supporting Warp Speed. “Our polls show most MAGA would forgive Trump if he admits he got duped, made a mistake, one he’d not make again. If he humbles himself, says that Fauci, Birx, Hahn, and Azar craftily fooled him, we, and MAGA, can forgive him. If he won’t, he’s damaged goods.”
Gen. Berger, who has been a feverish advocate of Donald Trump, reminded his council that the U.S. military was not a democracy, but said he would bring the matter to Trump’s attention.
The military aside, many media pundits and allies of President Trump have called on him to renounce Warp Speed. These people include Representatives Marjorie Taylor Greene, Lauren Boebert, Matt Gaetz, and Jim Jordan, as well as a few senators and states’ governors. Media personality Alex Jones has made fiery videos calling for Trump’s apology, and, according to Mar-a-Lago sources, Stephen K. Bannon has encouraged Trump to confess he’d been played “like a fiddle.”
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White Hats on Saturday arrested White House chief of Staff Ron Klain shortly after he announced he’d be leaving the illegitimate administration in a few weeks for personal reasons, a source in Gen. Eric M. Smith’s office told Real Raw News.
Klain, a high-value target, had worked under globalists Al Gore and Barack Hussein Obama before joining the Biden campaign in late 2019. Throughout 2020, he worked as a senior advisor to Biden’s presidential campaign and was given the chief of staff position after Biden had successfully stolen the 2020 election.
White Hats assert that Klain was a crucial player in masterminding the 2020 steal. They say Klain in early 2020 told Biden he had a foolproof plan to defeat President Trump even if Trump captured many electoral votes early on election night. Klain was a member of an advisory group that put forth the ideas of rigging voting machines and hiring “mules” to perform last-minute ballot dumps, our source said.
“If you’re winning, great. If you’re losing, we’ll make you win. Either way, you win, and Trump loses,” Klain reportedly said in a June 2020 text message to Biden.
Klain helped Biden seal the steal. Without Klain’s input, Trump would’ve crushed Biden just as he had battered the witch Hillary Clinton in 2016, our source added, saying, too, that although White Hats had been surveilling Klain, they opted to wait until he was alone and isolated before making an arrest.
His announced impetus for stepping down—personal reasons—was a smokescreen; Klain discovered White Hats were on his tail and, fearing for his life, prepared to flee the United States immediately. White Hats believe Klain was tipped off because he was holding a one-way ticket to Warsaw, Poland, when U.S. Special Forces disguised as Maryland State Police stopped Klain’s vehicle near his home in Chevy Chase, Maryland, a Deep State enclave.
When Klain demanded why he’d been pulled over, asking, “Do you know who I am?” the Special Forces lead replied, “I sure do,” and yanked him from the car. The airline ticket in his breast pocket had a departure date for the following day.
“We’re pretty sure Klain would’ve flown to Warsaw and headed to Ukraine for safety. That’s where many Deep Staters go these days, especially if they figure out they are targets of a military arrest. This guy was a major player, and we got him. We have a ton of evidence to use against him at a military tribunal,” our source said.
In closing, he said it was Klain’s ingenious idea to use Tyler Perry Studios White House facsimile after the U.S. military denied Biden entry to the actual White House in January 2021.
Former FDA Commissioner and convicted traitor Stephen K. Hahn took his last breath Monday morning while standing atop gallows near Leeward Point Airfield at Guantanamo Bay. Atop the platform with a noose coiled around his neck, he peered down at the cadre of military brass that had come to witness his execution. His glassy eyes seemed to fix momentarily on each of the six officers whose expressionless faces beheld the event dispassionately; if they harbored personal animosity toward Hahn, they did not show it. They were present because they had sworn an oath to uphold the Constitution and to protect the nation against all enemies, foreign and domestic.
Although the officers appeared to be devoid of emotion, President Donald J. Trump, who stood beside Vice Adm. Darse E. Crandall, shook his head solemnly, a gesture of disgust, as he exhaled a sigh of exasperation.
“Of all the people, Stephen, I trusted you,” Trump said. “I showed you a lot of trust, and you betrayed me. Not just me but this beautiful country. You’re a coward, the biggest kind of coward. Your lies killed a huge number of people.”
Hahn directed his last words at President Trump: “I made a mistake. You can stop this.”
Trump smirked. “This is outside my hands, and even if I could, I wouldn’t pardon you. You put yourself in big league trouble, tremendous trouble, and you’re a bigtime loser just like the others.”
When asked by Vice Adm. Crandall if he wanted Last Rites, Hahn said, “What’s the point?” and shut his eyes.
A moment later, Hahn’s neck snapped, and a Navy physician noted the time of death—1030 hours, Monday, January 16, 2023.
Former White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain was sentenced to 20 years in prison on Friday after a military tribunal at Guantanamo Bay found him guilty of seditious conspiracy, the lesser of two charges leveled against him. A portly Klain appeared alongside counsel—a veteran criminal defense attorney and senior partner of a prestigious New York City law firm–who identified himself as Jeremy Bartholomew and said he would speak for Klain for the duration of the tribunal. He immediately requested a mistrial, saying Klain could not be found guilty of treason or conspiracy to commit election fraud because his client, though chief of staff and a senior advisor to the Biden campaign, was a powerless, ineffectual puppet whose titles were ceremonial. Klain, he said, had “diminished intelligence” and was mentally incapable of hatching plots that could influence the outcome of a presidential election.
“First, I reject this tribunal, or commission, as you call it as unconstitutional. Any evidence against my client, which I haven’t seen since military court apparently doesn’t believe in discovery, is specious. I have prepared a proffer asking for a mistrial,” Bartholomew said.
Vice Adm. Darse E. Crandall glanced at the document. “Request denied. You can argue evidence after its presented.”
“This is improper, admiral. How can I possibly refute evidence I haven’t had an opportunity to review in depth?”
Adm. Crandall glossed over the question. “You say detainee Klain is intellectually handicapped, yet he’s a lawyer himself—from Harvard, no less, class of 1982. Graduated top of his High School class and was on the school’s Brain Game team. He coached Obama on how to debate in 2008 and 2012. He has a long list of intellectual accomplishments.”
“My client is ‘book smart,’ admiral, and he has a photographic memory. There’s a difference between being able to recite names, dates, and places and the ability to devise complex conspiratorial plots like you’re accusing him of,” Bartholomew argued.
“We’ll see,” the admiral said.
He called his only witness, Rufus Gifford, who from 2013 to 2017 served as the U.S. Ambassador to Denmark. Prior to that, he was on the senior leadership team of President Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign. He was also a senior staff member of the Democratic National Committee.
Under direct examination, Gifford testified that he had retired from politics when Klain in mid-2018 approached him with a proposition. Biden had appointed Klain senior campaign advisor, and Klain was seeking loyal underlings to help Biden unseat Trump by any means necessary.
“Ron Klain offered me $50,000 /month to join the team. He said, and these are his exact words, ‘Biden will be President in 2020 even though he doesn’t have a snowballs chance in hell of beating Trump.’ I declined, but he insisted I hear him out, and he told me a fantastical tale about how easy it was to exploit the voting system. How, if Biden was losing, he’d have people on standby to pump fraudulent ballots into the system at what he called ‘magic hour.’ Magic hour was a few hours, actually, between 2:00-5:00 a.m..”
Bartholomew interrupted the testimony, strenuously objecting that he hadn’t been given an chance to vet the witness.
“Relax, Mr. Bartholomew. You can cross if you want—when I’m finished,” Vice Admiral Crandall said.
Klain, Gifford continued, was so proud of his idea that he couldn’t contain his hubris and felt compelled to elaborate on how he planned to hire thousands of “mules”—to stuff drop boxes in swing states with fake absentee ballots.
“I told him thanks but no thanks,” Gifford said. “It was insane.”
“But that wasn’t the last time you saw him, was it, Mr. Gifford?”
“No, he called me two weeks afterward, asking to meet again. He wouldn’t say why over the phone.”
“And did you meet?” Vice Adm. Crandall asked.
“I did. Only because I feared he might try to implicate me in something for refusing him. This time I switched my phone on before we met for dinner. It was in my breast pocket and didn’t capture video, but the audio was recorded,” Gifford said.
Vice Adm. Crandall played the audio for the panel. On it, Klain discussed hiring thousands of ballot stuffers to alter the outcome of the election in Biden’s favor, if needed, saying, too, that the country was rife with “broke people” and “sympathizers” who would gladly accept five or ten dollars in exchange for each stuffed ballot. Klain said he wanted Gifford to set up non-profit organizations through which the mules would get paid, and Gifford could be heard politely refusing the offer, saying the risk was not worth the reward.
“Do you have any clue, Mr. Gifford, why he reached out to you instead of someone else?”
“I honestly don’t know. We knew each other in the Obama White House, but we were never good buddies or pals,” Gifford said.
“Maybe your client is a stupid as you say, Mr. Bartholomew,” Vice Adm. Crandall said. “You may question the witness if you wish.”
Bartholomew stood. “Where are these mules? Do you have any proof my client paid any one of them? Are they here to testify today? Mr. Gifford, did you witness my client pay anyone?”
“No further questions,” Bartholomew said.
“Mr. Gifford, prior to these proceedings we asked you to watch the film 2000 Mules. Have you reviewed it? And if so, does it accurately depict election fraud as described to you by the defendant?”
“I have, and it does,” Gifford said.
“Let the record reflect that the panel has also viewed the film. I submit burden of proof has been met, that detainee Klain not only conspired to commit election fraud but carried out his plan, which fits the definition of treason and is punishable by death,” the admiral said.
But the panel disagreed. They found Klain guilty of seditious conspiracy but not guilty on the count of treason, and sentenced him to 20 years imprisonment at GITMO’s Camp Delta. The admiral expressed disappointment with the verdict but said he’d abide the panel’s recommendation.
Bartholomew said he would appeal the verdict to the highest authority, without specifying an individual or a group.