Oh, boy, oh, boy, we get to talk about accusations of deviant sexual acts!
Cue the “Sodom and Gomorrah” accusations!
Inconsistency on “stolen” elections:
And now the not-so-current events:
Accusations of “Sodom and Gomorrah”:
Gohmert compares FBI to ‘Sodom and Gomorrah,’ cites sexual misconduct ‘whistleblowers’
by Emily Brooks – 09/30/22 10:50 AM ET
Rep. Louie Gohmert Compares FBI Office To Sin Cities ‘Sodom And Gomorrah’
Rightwing lawmaker claims he learned of “sexual improprieties” at bureau headquarters from mystery “whistleblowers.”
Oct 1, 2022, 01:20 AM EDT
“Sodom and Gomorrah”: Gohmert reveals alarming NEW FBI whistleblower claims
BonginoReport Published September 29, 2022
“Wait til you see the acts of sexual complicity that the 7th floor of the FBI was engaging (in) during this entire time… there’s a lot more coming.” 👀
@Kash @JanJekielek @EpochTV
Sep 30, 2022, 23:21
Privileged perverts related to positions of parasitic social dominance:
Florida Christian school asks girl to send photo doing homework in the bathtub
By Elizabeth Karpen
September 27, 2022 3:14pm Updated
A Florida school asked second-graders to submit a photo of themselves in a bathtub doing reading homework — and then kicked out one student whose parents complained.
The parasitic overclass commissars are gloating about their dominance of the lamestream mindspace:
This deserves to be revisited later.
First link: five dancing Israelis
Second link: security clearances are not cool
I am not familiar with the following site but it seems to be doing investigative journalism.
FDA Withholding COVID-19 Vaccine Safety Data is Illegal: Lawmakers
Rep. Gregory Steube (R-Fla.) and other U.S. lawmakers are asserting that the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) refusal to provide records to The Epoch Times is illegal.
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) states that, with exceptions, agencies that receive satisfactory records requests “shall make the records promptly available” to the requester. But the FDA recently refused to provide results of COVID-19 vaccine safety monitoring analysis to The Epoch Times, claiming that it could not separate the results from inter-agency and intra-agency communications, which are allowed to be withheld.
Steube and colleagues told FDA Commissioner Dr. Robert Califf, a Biden appointee, that they were concerned after reading the story about the refusal to provide the records, telling Califf that his agency “is obligated to disclose” the materials under FOIA.
The requested analysis was performed on reports to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). Anybody can submit reports to VAERS, but most reports are submitted by health care workers, who are required to report adverse events following COVID-19 vaccination.
“It is unacceptable that the FDA would withhold such important material from the public eye. Americans depend on the information provided in VAERS to be able to make conscious decisions about their health and well-being,” the lawmakers told Califf in a letter dated Sept. 23. “It is critical that the FDA be transparent and release important sets of data to the public.”
They described the FDA as being “noncompliant” in releasing COVID-19 vaccine safety data, referring to how the FDA denied a request to quickly produce all the data and information for Pfizer’s vaccine. The agency later said it would take 75 years to produce the information, but a judge ordered the agency to take no longer than eight months.
The FDA did not respond to a request for comment on the letter. The agency previously declined to comment on the decision not to provide the records, citing how The Epoch Times has appealed the decision.
It’s not clear why the agency cannot comment while an appeal is pending.
The lawmakers asked the agency for answers within 30 days.
Reps. Michael Cloud (R-Texas) and Tom Tiffany (R-Wis.) also signed the letter.
After the letter was sent, the FDA denied another FOIA request related to COVID-19 vaccine safety. The agency refused to provide the results of autopsies performed on people who received COVID-19 vaccines and whose deaths were reported to VAERS. The Epoch Times has also appealed that determination.
Jim Jordan: FBI Is Engaging in Purge of
Townhall, by Sarah Arnold
Posted By: Imright, 10/1/2022 12:51:28 PM
After recent FBI raids on conservative figures, including the former President of the United States, speculation has grown that the agency is in bed with Democrats. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) is alleging that the FBI is engaging in the “purge” of Republican employees who hold conservative viewpoints. In the past several weeks, they’ve raided the home of a former president, taking the phone of a sitting member of Congress, and we saw what they did to the pastor and his family and seven children: 20 agents, guns drawn, going to his house, when the local officials said there was no crime whatsoever,” Jordan said, criticizing the FBI.
CIA’s ‘unworthy’ spies in Iran left behind, just like elsewhere
In an investigative report by Reuters, the piece begins with a depicted moment of the spy being a few minutes away from leaving Iran when he was taken away.
In late 2010, Gholamreza Hosseini was at Imam Khomeini Airport in Tehran, preparing for a flight to Bangkok, where the Iranian industrial engineer would be introduced to his Central Intelligence Agency handlers. The airport ATM machine rejected his card as invalid before he could pay his exit tax to leave the country.
Moments later, a security officer asked to see Hosseini’s passport before escorting him away.
Hosseini stated, according to the report, that he was taken to an empty VIP lounge and told to sit on a couch facing a wall. Hosseini reached into his trouser pocket and pulled out a memory card containing state secrets that could land him in jail. He stuffed the card into his mouth, chewed it up, and swallowed it.
Ministry of Intelligence agents entered the room, according to Reuters, and the interrogation began. His denials and the destruction of the data were worthless; they seemed to know everything already.
“These are things I never told anyone in the world,” Hosseini told Reuters. As his mind raced, Hosseini even wondered whether the CIA itself had sold him out.
Hosseini, who had been imprisoned for nearly a decade and was speaking out for the first time, said he never heard from the CIA again after his release in 2019.
CIA ‘negligence’ or ‘indifference’?
Hosseini’s experience with carelessness and abandonment was not unusual. Interviews with six Iranian former CIA informants exposed the agency’s carelessness during its intense drive to gather intelligence in Iran, as reported by Reuters.
The CIA directed him to drop his information in Turkey, according to one informant, at a location known to the agency to be under Iranian surveillance. Another man, a former government employee who traveled to Abu Dhabi to apply for a US visa, claims a CIA officer there tried to persuade him to spy for the US, which led to his arrest when he returned to Iran.
Reuters stated that such aggressive CIA actions put Iranian spies in danger, with little chance of obtaining critical intelligence. Even years after these men were apprehended, the agency provided no assistance to the informants or their families, according to the six Iranians.
According to the report, former CIA counterintelligence chief James Olson said he was allegedly unaware of these specific cases. He argued that any unnecessary compromise of sources by the agency would be a “professional and ethical failure.”
The men were imprisoned as part of an Iranian counterintelligence operation that began in 2009, according to news reports and three former US national security officials. According to state media reports, Tehran’s spy hunt ended up with the capture of dozens of CIA informants.
“Soon, it became standard practice before release to issue announcements specifying diverse casting choices, coupled with pre-emptive declarations of solidarity with the cast whom they now counted on to receive disparaging and harassing comments…”
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