A military tribunal on Friday convicted former FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn on charges of treason and accessory to murder after he admitted that he and other members of Trump’s Coronavirus Task Force had deceived their president into believing untested Covid-19 vaccines were safe and effective, pushing Trump to launch Operation Warp Speed.
Hahn’s confession came as a surprise, for he had until that time professed his innocence. Immediately after his arrest on 29 December, Hahn told JAG investigators he had served President Trump with faith, honor, and loyalty, insisting he was being set up for crimes of which he had no knowledge. He denied being on Moderna and Pfizer’s payroll. He denied allegations that he had data proving inoculations had killed or gravely sickened Covid-19 trial participants. Any incriminating evidence, Hahn had said, had been manufactured or falsified to inculpate him for someone else’s crimes. Moreover, he said to investigators that he could not have betrayed President Trump because betrayal wasn’t “in his character.”
General Berger MIA
USMC General David H. Berger, who relinquished command of the White Hat partition of the U.S. military on 1 January, has gone missing and hasn’t been seen since January 6, sources in Gen. Eric M. Smith’s office told Real Raw News.
Before stepping down, Gen. Berger said he would remain for the near future at Camp Pendleton as an advisor, which made sense because he had spent the last few years planning counterinsurgency operations against Deep State operatives and was familiar with servicemembers under his command. He had said, however, that he had grown weary of the fight, and handpicked Smith to carry the torch.
Sources told RRN that Gen. Berger left Camp Pendleton in a personal vehicle at 6:30 p.m. on January 6. Unlike some military installations, Camp Pendleton is a closed base; only credentialed persons stationed there or visitors on official business can pass through its eight access points, which are manned 24/7 by Marine guards who log the entry and exit times of high-ranking personnel. There is no record of him returning to Camp Pendleton following his 6:30 p.m. departure.
Meet the New House Speaker: President Donald J. Trump…Running Congress Direct From Maralago
I told you so. My plan worked. It just worked in a way I never imagined.
Like Martin Luther King, I had a dream. My dream was Trump as House Speaker. I was the first in America to propose the idea in a commentary on 1/30/21. Then I talked about it nonstop for months on my nationally-syndicated radio show. I personally lobbied President Trump in numerous appearances on my radio and TV shows.
But Trump made it clear he never really wanted it. Trump is always number one. The Chairman of the Board. The 5 Star General. He doesn’t take orders from anyone. I think he always looked at Nancy Pelosi, Paul Ryan and John Boehner (the last 3 House Speakers) as errand boys and girls. Order takers. So, Trump never wanted the job. Not enough star power for him.