Tag Archives: Passportgate

Revisiting the Passport Breach

It’s reported that an Inforwars reporter by the name of Millie Weaver has been arrested, allegedly because an Ohio grand jury referred her and her significant other on a burglary charge, about which the reporter herself seems to know nothing.

What’s of interest to this blog is that the reporter was on the verge of releasing a documentary about the Deep State “Shadow Government.”

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A Little Bird Tweets …

There has to be more to this story than meets the eye. Spidey senses tingle, but why remains to be seen. Twitter was allegedly “hacked” and the accounts of politicians, celebrities, philanthropists, and tech moguls, among others, were hijacked in an apparent cryptocurrency scam.

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Brennan’s Chickens Finally Coming Home?


John Brennan and James Comey are finally turning on each other, as expected. Each blames the other for including in the infamous intelligence community report the unverified, Hillary-Clinton-paid-for “dossier” of Russian-supplied slander against now-President Donald  J. Trump.

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CIA’s John O. Brennan Apologizes for Spying on Our Watchdogs

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An apology? Seriously? I wonder how Scooter Libby feels about this:

The director of the Central Intelligence Agency, John Brennan, issued an extraordinary apology to leaders of the US Senate intelligence committee on Thursday, conceding that the agency employees spied on committee staff and reversing months of furious and public denials. [emphasis added to quotes]

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Projection and Unconscious Confession

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There’s an interesting series of articles by Andrew G. Hodges, M.D., who is a forensic profiler. Hodges

works with words and analyzes the “see-all, tell-all unconscious mind” of people. He calls it the “super intelligence” and through psycholinguistics observes “how a person’s words reveal deeper unconscious messages.” …

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Passportgate – A History

© Miri WTPOTUS March 29, 2012

This month marks the fourth anniversary of what author Jack Cashill called

one of the great underreported stories of the 2008 campaign: the multiple breaches of the presidential candidates’ passport records in March of that year.

This will be a comprehensive overview of the story, so it is long and for that I apologize.  Read it or save it for future reference.  The revelations from Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Cold Case Posse are topical.  The vettings of Barack Obama by Breitbart’s successors are topical.  As the campaign revs up, the blogosphere and many conservative news websites are revisiting stories from 2008.   The security breach of the State Department passport files, in 2008, was among the very first signs of the scrubbing of any documentary evidence that might disprove what Obama wants Americans to believe about him. As hard as it may be for us to believe, there remain Americans who know little about these issues.  And so, we reprise … Continue reading