While President Trump has been furious lately about possible “moles” in the White House, maybe he needs to be just as concerned about mice!
In one of the lighter stories coming out of Washington in the past few days, a mouse fell into the lap of an NBC reporter while he was in the White House on Tuesday, causing quite a bit of a stir for him and his colleagues.
“A mouse literally fell out of the ceiling in our White House press booth and landed on my lap,” NBC reporter Peter Alexander announced on Twitter.
The tiny rodent then appeared to run behind electrical cords and eventually caused a commotion in the White House briefing room. Images posted to social media stories from the briefing room, show reporters gathering around and searching for the mouse after it landed on Alexander.
“The most excitement in the White House briefing room in months. Reporters attempt to capture a baby mouse that fell on @PeterAlexander lap moments ago,” NBC reporter Shannon Pettypiece tweeted.
The mouse incident came after several months of the White House refusing to hold press briefings, citing the reporters’ own behavior at the events.
The mouse was not captured and could not be reached for comment.
Fox News is reporting that the inspector general (IG) of intelligence has revealed a significant discrepancy in the now infamous whistleblower complaint.
The IG released a statement late Monday indicating that the whistleblower, whose complaint touched off the current impeachment inquiry of President Trump, claimed to have “firsthand knowledge” of misconduct — a claim that appears to starkly conflict with documents sent to Congress, the director of national intelligence, and recently released to the public.
The lengthy statement, which was posted on Sept. 30, was in response to questions raised in the media and by congressional Republicans about the disclosure form filed by the whistleblower. The IG said the whistleblower stated on an initial form Aug. 12 “that he or she possessed both first-hand and other information.”
According to the IG, the whistleblower “checked two relevant boxes” on the form, one stating, “I have personal and/or direct knowledge of events or records involved”; and the other box stating, “other employees have told me about events or records involved.”
However, the declassified whistleblower complaint sent to Congress last week stated, “I was not a direct witness to most of the events described. However, I found my colleagues’ accounts of these events to be credible because, in almost all cases, multiple officials recounted fact patterns that were consistent with one another.”
Additionally, Inspector General Michael Atkinson’s letter sent on Aug. 26 to the director of national intelligence asserted that “the Complainant’s letter acknowledges that the Complainant was not a direct witness to the President’s telephone call….Other information obtained during the ICIG’s preliminary review, however, supports the Complainant’s allegation that, among other things, during the call the President ‘sought to pressure the Ukrainian leader.'”
While the declassified complaint left open the possibility of having some firsthand knowledge — by saying he or she was not a direct witness to “most” events — the latest ICIG statement suggests the apparent direct knowledge composed a key part of the initial filing. This would be at odds as well with acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire’s testimony describing the claims as “hearsay.”
Fox has said that neither the IG, nor the Director of National Intelligence have responded to requests to comment on the apparent discrepancies.
Americans should be outraged at what is being forced down the throats of American citizens. Yeah, we all love technology. Technology is everywhere and is improving every day. At one time, a computer was as large as a city block. Now, our cell phones have more powerful computers in them than some of our past spacecraft. 5G stands for fifth-generation and can be used to push humanity forward but can it also be used as a weapon?
At the National Press Club on June 20, 2016, the Federal Communication Commission set the stage for the race to 5G. On the I triple E beam forming document it states that this EMF (electromagnetic frequency) made soldiers’ eyes cook like eggs in WWII. Microwave radiation warfare is what we are up against. On a daily basis Americans are bombarded with electromagnetic waves and frequencies as it is. 5G is a silent low-frequency military-grade weapons technology. Barrie Trower was in the Royal Navy in 1960 where he states that 5G is the perfect stealth weapon because it’s a low-level frequency that can cause cancers and neurological damage.
Mark Steele is a Weapons System Head of Display Expert in Britain. He studied the effects of LED street lights emitting 5G frequencies on humans. People in close proximity to the lights reported headaches and nose bleeds. Steele also mentioned that based on the hertz and frequency, 5G can be used in conjunction with chemtrails where nano particulates sprayed out into our atmosphere create a glow on humans causing one’s location to be easily triangulated.
Two infamous cases of tumors caused by cell phone radiation are John McCain and Lebron James. For keeping quiet about his salivatory tumor, LeBron was rewarded with becoming a spokesperson for Samsung. Currently, the radiation level of 5G is one quintillion times above natural background radiation levels according to Professor Ollie Johansen of Sweden. The United States and Canada have set the standard level of EMF 600-1000 times higher than levels known to cause cell degeneration on the microbial level. It only takes .0000000002 microwatts per centimeter squared for standard cell phone operation. At .000027 microwatts per centimeter, pine cone needles on trees begin to age. 6.0 microwatts per centimeter begins DNA damage in cells yet the U.S. has the standard set at 600-1000 microwatts per centimeter which is tens of thousands of times higher than hazardous emission levels. You are not safe.
Health risks associated with radiofrequency radiation are unknown to the general public. In fact, the industry and companies set to benefit from 5G technology have not invested much in finding out all of the health risks 5G poses to humans. Industry-funded testing positively supports 5G while independently funded testing shows this technology to be very harmful as mentioned in the previous paragraph. This is a checkmate move for those set out to destroy and control what’s left of humanity. Is it any wonder why most major insurance companies will not insure wireless companies. The insurance companies are fully aware of the liability of insuring a company promoting a product that can and will cause severe health issues.
We are apparently in the technological age but is all technology worth the risk to the health of humanity? Are major wireless companies nefariously pushing harmful tech on the public just to make a buck? Is this about money and market share or are we being set up by our government officials to be diminished and controlled? We are living in the last days so do your homework and be aware.
In the first of several bombshells that dropped as the first official day of the Democrat’s “Impeachment Inquiry” into President Donald J. Trump began on Monday, we have learned that Adam Schiff’s and his “hit squad” have subpoenaed Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani.
Just before 4PM in Washington DC on Monday, the Democratic chairmen of three House committees subpoenaed Giuliani for documents related to the President’s request for an investigation by Ukrainian officials into former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter.
Reps. Adam Schiff, Jerry Nadler and Elijah Cummings cited Giuliani’s cable news appearances, saying that the former New York City mayor admitted on national television that, while serving as the president’s personal attorney, he asked the government of Ukraine to “target Biden.”
In addition to this stark admission, the chairmen wrote, “you stated more recently that you are in possession of evidence — in the form of text messages, phone records, and other communications — indicating that you were not acting alone and that other Trump Administration officials may have been involved in this scheme.”
Then, just minutes later, a second bombshell. At 4:04 p.m., the Wall Street Journal reported that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was among those who listened in on Trump’s July 25 phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky which is the basis of the latest brouhaha.
Last week, when Pompeo was interviewed by ABC News, he denied having any firsthand knowledge about what Trump and Zelensky discussed.
Durham Probe Does Involve Ukraine and Other Countries
Meanwhile, as Democrats were salivating over this breaking news, at the behest of AG William Barr, John Durham’s probe into the unravelling origins of the Mueller Probe is continuing. Fox News has learned that as part of the investigation, Trump had directed Barr to contact other countries, including but not limited to Ukraine, to make them aware that the US was actively investigating the events surrounding the creation and acquisition of the so-called “Steele Dossier” that launched the Mueller Probe.
Barr described his communications with UK, Australia and Ukraine on the matter, as being at the behest of the President, but there was no pressure put on the dignitaries with whom he had contact.
A person familiar with the situation, agreed with Barr’s assessment, telling Fox News, that it would be wrong to say Trump “pressed” the Australian prime minister for information that could have discredited former Special Counsel Mueller’s now-completed probe, as The New York Times reported earlier Monday.
“The countries have been helpful,” the source said. “There was no pressing required.”
A senior Australian diplomat told Fox News, “After the President said what he said – we initiated the contact. There was no pressure — we acted in order to help.”
In issuing his directive, the President was letting the heads of other countries know that the attorney general would be contacting the appropriate law enforcement entities in each country, according to the DOJ official. When Barr was in Italy last week, he did talk to law enforcement officials there about Durham’s review, Fox News was told.