White Hats on Monday arrested former Attorney General Jeff Sessions on the charge of treason for furthering the long-debunked Russian collusion scandal and, more recently, advising Merrick Garland on which Proud Boys and Oath Keepers to target for visiting the Capitol on January 6.
Sessions is an infamous figure in Trump world. He was among Trump’s most vocal supporters before his appointment on February 19, 2017. In his confirmation hearings, Sessions stated under oath that he did not have contact with Russian officials during the 2016 presidential campaign and was unaware of any communication between Trump campaign members and Russian officials. As the collusion witch hunt kicked into gear, Sessions inexplicably recused himself from the investigation, essentially abandoning Trump.
“A” Antony Blinken was executed by the People’s Liberation Army during an unannounced visit to Beijing last week, but White Hats are uncertain whether the deceased is the authentic Blinken or a body double or clone, a Marine Corps Forces Cyberspace Command source told Real Raw News.
On Monday, Cyberspace Command intercepted correspondence between Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Daniel Kritenbrink and Lloyd Austin detailing the circumstances of Blinken’s death.
The White Hat partition of the United States military thwarted the Deep State’s attempt to cripple the U.S. power grid and cause mass chaos over Memorial Day Weekend, sources in General Eric M. Smith’s office told Real Raw News.
Ahead of the holiday, the general’s office received “credible intelligence” that the Deep State was planning a multi-pronged attack against two of the country’s synchronous grids, the Eastern and the Western Interconnections, which collectively power tens of millions of homes.
White Hats have deployed to Miami in case the Deep State tries to unlawfully detain or disappear President Donald J. Trump on Tuesday, when he is expected to plead not guilty to fabricated federal charges that he kept classified documents at Mar-a-Lago, as well as other baseless allegations.
On Thursday, a “secret” grand jury of Biden loyalists indicted President Trump at the bequest of special counsel Jack Smith, who was appointed by Merrick Garland to stop Trump from assuming his rightful place in the Oval Office by any means necessary. The actual list of charges has yet to be revealed, but media outlets have speculated they run the gamut from obstructing a federal investigation to violating the Espionage Act of 1917—groundless claims.