Stefan Halper, the alleged informant or “mole” in Trump’s campaign, received more that a million dollars from 2012 through 2016 from the Department of Defense. Instead of appointing a second Special Counsel to investigate the spy case against Trump, Rod Rosenstein referred the case to Inspector General Michael Horowitz who lacks the power to subpoena. Additionally, IG Horowitz is not authorized to press criminal charges, but may only turn the case back over to the Department of Justice if he finds wrongdoing.
Less than a week after Stefan Halper was outed as the FBI informant who infiltrated the Trump campaign, public records reveal that the 73-year-old Oxford University professor and former U.S. government official was paid handsomely by the Obama administration starting in 2012 for various research projects.
A longtime CIA and FBI asset who once reportedly ran a spy-operation on the Jimmy Carter administration, Halper was enlisted by the FBI to spy on several Trump campaign aides during the 2016 U.S. election. Meanwhile, a search of public records reveals that between 2012 and 2018, Halper received a total of $1,058,161 from the Department of Defense.
Paul Singer’s Elliott Management company has made billions by buying large stakes in American companies, then firing workers, driving up short-term share prices, and then selling out quickly before the companies collapse.
George Zimmerman shot and killed Trayvon Martin in a struggle in 2012. The documentary, The Trayvon Hoax, shows that an impostor was substituted for key witness, Diamond Eugene, who testified against Zimmerman. The false testimony could have led to his imprisonment or execution.
Stephen Prescott, the president of the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, said that scientists in many credible places have researched this drug for years. However, this information has not been widely shared with the public until Tippens started blogging about his recovery.
Ari Ben-Menashe says Epstein and Maxwell were Israeli spies who used child sex to blackmail politically powerful men, but there is no hard evidence. People pointing out the Epstein-Mossad connection have been banned from YouTube and Facebook. [Apparently, that is considered to be hate speech.]
The journalist was investigating secret bank accounts of some of Malta’s elite at the time of her murder. Top Maltese officials are accused of being complicit in her murder as her personal police protection had been suspiciously pulled just before her death.
In 2014, California passed Prop 47 that downgraded a long list of felonies to misdemeanors. Crime has surged, and violent crimes such as murders, assaults and rape have jumped by 115%! Soros contributed nearly $2 million to pass Prop 47.
Hector Moran-Espinoza was arrested by the Philadelphia Police Department on two separate occasions on charges relating to the sexual abuse of children, including rape and and aggravated indecent assault.
Usman Khan, 28, a convicted terrorist, was attending a University of Cambridge conference for a program that works to rehabilitate prisoners. He is accused of stabbing and killing two people and injuring three more. He was wearing a fake explosive suicide vest. The attack comes just two weeks before a major election.
A representative from the Oklahoma Fraternal Order of Police said that this is the first time in American history that a police officer or anybody has been charged with the crime of murder for firing at an active shooter in self defense.
Veterans Community Project is building tiny home neighborhoods for homeless veterans, and creating a healing network. Their first community includes 49 tiny home units built on five acres is in Kansas City, Missouri.
LeBraun Wallace, Jaquez Sweeney, Jason Iles, and Shamron Mitchell were arrested on accusations of murder. One investigator called it a “bloodbath” unlike anything he had ever seen and that many of those who attended the party were armed. Rival gangs were reported to be involved.
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After decades of waste, overpayments, trillions of missing dollars and, most recently, losing track of 44,000 soldiers, the Pentagon is about to undergo its first audit in history. In 2015 alone, a staggering $6.5 trillion was unaccounted for, with $2.8 trillion in ‘wrongful adjustments’ occurring in just one quarter. Corruption goes back to the 1980s when the Pentagon was buying $37 screws, $7,622 coffee makers, and $640 toilet seats.
The US Department of Defense has, indeed, been working on genetic-extinction technologies that could wipe out malarial mosquitoes, invasive rodents or other species, including humans. If they could advance the technology to the point where races and sub-species could be targeted, it could turn into a monstrous weapon. There is no oversight or ethical considerations for genetic experiments.
EarthNow is producing a network of satellites, funded by Bill Gates, that can spy-cam every corner of the globe from space. They claim their purpose is to help “smart cities” become more efficient, assisting (mainstream) media in “telling stories”, illegal fishing crime watch, helping humanity understand its impact on the planet and more. Initially, governments and enterprise customers will have access. [What could possibly go wrong with real-time monitoring of everything by governments and other power brokers?]