Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Deep State’s Criminal Propensity: Assassinating Navy Seals

As with Benghazi, Deep State criminals appear to have a special challenge with Navy Seals. The reason for this is that Navy Seals are used for covert missions, some of which are bogus, like the killing of Osama bin Laden. Unlike their so-called “leadership,” these soldiers for the most part are intelligent and honorable. As such, they are confident enough to talk more openly about aspects that weren’t right about the Bin Laden mission.

I believe the members of involved in the Bin Laden operation represented a threat to the Deep State in terms of the possibility that one or more of them might expose of the truth about that mission. Dead men can’t talk. In fact the following “60 Minutes” interview is with the Navy Seal who is said to have shot “bin Laden.” The soldier said the man he shot didn’t look like Osama. This seal, named Matt Bissonnette, wrote a book about his experience called “No Easy Day.” He wrote it under the pen name pen name “Mark Owen.”

The 15 members of DEVGRU’s Gold Squadron, the special unit tasked with killing bin Laden on May 2, 2011, were among the 38 casualties (30 Americans) on Aug. 6, 2011, in the Maidan Wardak province of Afghanistan. Unfortunately for the Deep State, the parents and families of these men are not actors, such as those used at Sandy Hook and the Boston Marathon. When these families talk about their lost loved one, instead of spewing scripted-sounding, happy talk and psycho babble about heaven, Christmas, God and country, you see real people in real pain asking real questions. They have become dedicated critics of the mission that cost the lives of their sons.

In the following video, the father of one of these fallen seals is being gas-lighted, rushed and hardly permitted to speak to dinosaur, corporate faux media giant Fox News. [For an understanding of gaslighting methodology see  “Gaslighting: The Case of Benghazi.“]  The Washington Post also gaslighted him but allowed him to say,

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