Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

January 17, 2021 by

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Picture a flying saucer.[00:00:07]

It might be piloted by tiny gray men with bulbous heads or covered in mysterious hieroglyphics, all of these tropes come in part from Roswell, New Mexico. They sound corny now, but in 1947, it wasn’t a joke. A rancher named Mac Brazel found strange looking debris strewn about his field. And after looking at the wreckage, local military officials confirmed it came from a flying saucer.[00:00:38]

Some 80 years later, the Roswell crash is still the most famous UFO event in history.[00:00:45]

And it might be the most compelling evidence we have that aliens exist.[00:01:06]

This is Supernatural, a podcast original, I’m your host, Ashleigh Flowers.[00:01:12]

Every Wednesday, I’ll be taking a deep dive into a real unexplained occurrence to try and figure out the truth. You can find all episodes of Supernatural and all other originals from podcast for free on Spotify this week. I’m talking about the Roswell incident, which is the granddaddy of all UFO conspiracy theories and with good reason. Not only did people believe an alien spaceship crashed in New Mexico, they literally saw little green men at the Roswell Army Airfield.[00:01:45]

And in the years since, the Air Force has admitted that their official story about Roswell was a cover up, which means the U.S. government might know a whole lot more about extraterrestrials than they’ve ever let on. I’ll talk about all of that in just a bit. Stay with us. On June 14th, 1947, this ranch foreman named Mac Brazel and his eight year old son Vernon were out surveying their land in Corona, New Mexico. Now the day starts off pretty normal.[00:02:30]

Mac and Vernon are driving around checking that the sheep are all healthy and the fences are in good condition.[00:02:37]

And then this metallic glimmer catches MAXXI. He pulls over to investigate. He probably figures someone maybe, you know, throughout an empty tin can or something. But as Mack walks towards it, he realizes this isn’t ordinary trash for one. This stuff is everywhere.[00:03:00]

There’s not much of it, but it’s strewn all across the field, almost like it rained down from above.[00:03:08]

It seems like scraps of tinfoil, maybe some shredded rubber. And this special material that looks like paper, except it can’t be paper, because when Matt tries to shred it, it’s impossible to tear. But the weirdest part is that all of these bits and pieces are held together by an adhesive. Mac later says it might be Scotch tape, but it doesn’t sound like any Scotch tape I’ve ever seen.[00:03:35]

I mean, first of all, it’s purple and it’s covered in these bizarre symbols.[00:03:39]

They kind of look like flowers mixed with hieroglyphics.[00:03:44]

Mac is definitely confused, but his number one concern isn’t even figuring out where the debris came from.[00:03:53]

It’s making sure his sheep don’t ingest it because sheep eat basically anything you put in front of them. But strangely, the sheep almost seem afraid of the debris. I mean, they won’t go anywhere near it, which again, is totally bizarre.[00:04:09]

But Mac is relieved that whatever this stuff is, it probably isn’t going to hurt his animal. So he leaves it all there and decides he’ll just come back another time for a closer look.[00:04:23]

At the end of the day, Mac tells his wife and daughter about what he saw, none of them really know what to make of it, and they don’t know where to turn to get a second opinion. I mean, this is the 1940s and Mac apparently doesn’t have a phone or a TV or even a radio. So over the next few days, he visits a few of his neighbors and sees what they know.[00:04:45]

One by one, all these other ranchers and farmers come over to see what’s in his field. Some of them even take bits and pieces home with them. And they do these impromptu test to see if they can figure out what the debris is. They try hitting the scraps with a hammer and even throwing it into a fire. But no matter what they do, the stuff won’t bend, it won’t break, and it won’t even burn. It is literally indestructible.[00:05:13]

So this mystery is getting bigger by the day. And Mac still hasn’t figured it out three weeks later when he has to go 75 miles southeast to this sleepy little town called Roswell, Max there to sell some wool and run errands.[00:05:29]

But as he’s going about his business, he hears some pretty shocking gossip. Turns out he isn’t the only one in the area to witness some strange phenomena. In fact, for over a month now, the country has been buzzing with stories about flying saucers. At least 16 people have spotted UFOs in the sky.[00:05:53]

To be fair, a lot of these sightings have been like really quick glimpses, flashes of light, not really much to go off of, but at least one person has had a closer look, apparently on June 24th. So this is about a week after Mack first found the debris on his farm. This pilot named Kenneth Arnold was flying over rural Washington State. Kenneth was looking for a plane that went down when a flash of glimmering metal caught his eye.[00:06:24]

And, you know, his first thought is probably like, OK, great, I found the wreck. Except when Kenneth gets a better look, he realizes the gleam isn’t coming from something on the ground. It’s in the air. And there’s a bunch of them. There is this line of what looks like nine flying saucers darting through the mountain range beneath him, one after the other. Kenneth does some quick mental calculations and he figures this formation stretches across about five miles of airspace and it’s moving in perfect synchronicity.[00:07:04]

Occasionally the saucers will bank or turn, but they do it without ever breaking formation. He keeps watching the saucers and he’s kind of timing them as they go. He realizes they’re flying at seventeen hundred miles per hour. That’s three times faster than the fastest airplane that exists in nineteen forty seven. So this is truly unlike anything Kenneth has ever seen before. His first thought is that, you know, he might have stumbled on some new military technology. So when he lands, can it ask some friends who work at an airfield if they’ve ever heard of anything like it, but they don’t know about any planes that match his description.[00:07:47]

One guy even calls a friend down in Pendleton, Oregon, who also doesn’t know what Kenneth saw. But somehow the details of this particular conversation get out, because the very next day, Kenneth is asked to give a statement to Pendleton’s paper, The East Oregonian. He accepts the offer. And just like that, his sighting is in the news. Other papers pick it up.[00:08:11]

And overnight, the whole thing becomes a media sensation. All across the country, people are talking about this UFO sighting. Not so much because it’s exciting as that. It’s pretty terrifying. I mean, in 1947, the concept of oblong hovering alien ships was literally unheard of. Papers actually coined the term flying saucers specifically to describe what Kenneth saw. That’s how little frame of reference anyone had for what he witnessed.[00:08:46]

It’s such a big deal that military personnel are on high alert 24/7. Officials are legitimately worried that something might be preparing to invade the United States, probably Soviet planes instead of aliens.[00:09:01]

But it’s still concerning. There’s even a minister in Texas who gives an entire sermon on how the flying saucers are the sign of end times. So over in Roswell, when Mac Brazel hears these stories, he immediately thinks of the mysterious wreck on his property. He goes and finds the sheriff, a guy named George Wilcox and Max, trying to be a little sneaky, like if there is a literal alien spaceship on his ranch, he wants to handle this the right way.[00:09:30]

So he walks up to George and whispers in his ear that he’s got a flying saucer on his property, which again, seems kind of like a bananas thing to do. But given everything else in the news, George actually takes Mac seriously. Allegedly, he calls a contact at the Roswell Army Airfield, or RAAF.[00:09:54]

It’s just south of town.[00:09:56]

And the Air Force seems like the perfect people to handle the situation.[00:10:00]

But for whatever reason, RAAF does nothing with George’s phone call, which in itself is just really weird.[00:10:10]

Like if the government is so concerned about the UFO sightings, why wouldn’t they at least follow up on this tip? Still, Mac can’t just let this go. So two days later, on July 7th, he goes out to the crash site again. This time he brings his wife and daughter. The three of them gather as much of the material as they can. Mack loads it onto the truck and drives over to the county sheriff’s office to meet with George, the same guy he talked to in Roswell.[00:10:43]

Mack shows George some of the scraps he’s gathered, and George is dumbfounded. The material is unlike anything he’s ever seen.[00:10:52]

So he decides to call the Air Force One more time. And this time he’s in luck.[00:11:02]

George is run all the way up the chain until he speaks to an Air Force general named Roger and Ramie.[00:11:09]

Now, General Raymi doesn’t operate out of the RAAF. He’s almost 500 miles away in Fort Worth, Texas. But he says he’ll fly over to New Mexico to investigate.[00:11:20]

In the meantime, the RAAF dispatches an intelligence officer named Major Jesse Marcel, Major Marcel eCompanies, George and Mack back to the ranch. And sure enough, he’s just as baffled as everyone else.[00:11:37]

Marcel has never seen anything like this stuff before. Now, I’m not clear on what the thinking is here, but for whatever reason, Marcel immediately decides to notify the press. And given everything else that’s been going on, the papers just eat up the story. The next day, on July 8th, a reporter shows up at the Fort Worth base for an interview. The journalist talks to General Raymi and they even snap a few photos of him holding up the debris.[00:12:08]

And when reporters talk to Major Marcel, he makes a statement that confirms everyone’s wildest suspicions. The U.S. government has recovered a flying saucer. Up next, the Roswell incident ballooned into a full on conspiracy.[00:12:31]

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Discover the governments that fell, the lives that were destroyed and evil at its highest level. Follow dictators free on Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the story. On July 8th, 1947, this exciting headline appeared in the Roswell Daily Record RAAF capturers Flying Saucer on ranch in Roswell region. The Air Force had confirmed in these exact words that whatever crashed on Mach Brazil’s ranch was indeed a flying saucer. Now they might not have meant alien spaceship.[00:15:20]

Remember, the term flying saucer was literally just coined a couple of weeks before this, so it didn’t have quite the same connotations it does today.[00:15:29]

But regardless, the story gets huge news papers from all over the world pick it up and reporters pour into the tiny town of Roswell.[00:15:39]

But the next day, the Air Force suddenly changes course. General Raymi relays a new message from the U.S. War Department.[00:15:47]

It states that the debris actually came from a weather balloon on its face.[00:15:54]

That definitely sounds like a more believable story than an alien spaceship.[00:15:59]

But if you think about it, Air Force personnel like General Raymi or Major Marcel should have definitely been able to recognize a weather balloon. And even Mack knows what a weather balloon looks like. Over the years, a bunch have crashed on his property, so he’s used to cleaning them up. This isn’t one. But as soon as the Air Force puts out the new statement, Mac goes eerily silent. Now, it could simply be that he doesn’t want to speculate, but a lot of people think that someone stopped him from talking.[00:16:34]

Apparently, at some point after Major Marcel’s first visit, all these other Air Force officers descended on Mac’s property. They wanted to check out the scene and gather any clues that might have been missed. And allegedly, while they were there, they took Mak into custody. Supposedly, they detained him for about four or five days the whole time.[00:16:56]

They’re threatening that, telling him he’ll be arrested if he tells anyone else about the wreckage, which, if that’s true, seems really extreme for a supposed weather balloon crash. For what it’s worth. The Air Force’s Lieutenant Colonel Sheridan, Dick Cavett, claims this detention never happened. But Mack’s neighbor swears Mack told her about being detained and her testimony isn’t the only evidence we have for a possible cover up.[00:17:27]

Apparently up to this point, Max, family had been scrimping and saving because their finances were so tight, but right after the government goes public with their weather balloon story, Matt comes into a lot of money. Nobody knows exactly how much or where it came from. But all of a sudden, Max buys a new truck, leaves Rosewell and opens his own business halfway across the state. Nobody really hears from him or his family again. So the idea of the U.S. government silencing Mac in some way, not so hard to believe, but even with their chief witness gone, people are still suspicious about what happened at Roswell because in the press frenzy, even more eyewitnesses start coming forward.[00:18:15]

And while Mack might have seen an alien spaceship, others saw actual aliens. The main eyewitness is this 27 year old woman named Miriam Bush. Miriam works as a hospital secretary at the Roswell Army Airfield. And on July eight, the same day the Roswell Daily Record reports on the captured flying saucer at Mach Brazil’s ranch, she has an experience that shakes her to her core.[00:18:45]

Miriam starts her shift like usual, making her rounds and checking up on patients, she’s been doing this kind of work for a while so she can recognize most of her co-workers at a glance. But today, the hospital is packed with strangers there in uniform. So they’re obviously military. But Miriam has never seen any of them before. She figures they must have come over from another base, which in itself is weird because Miriam hasn’t heard any news about a special operation.[00:19:16]

Her boss must see that she’s curious and he must also really trust her, because at some point that day, he lets her into one of the exam rooms to see what all the fuss is about.[00:19:29]

Miriam’s got to be excited, but as soon as she steps into the room, her anticipation turns to heartbreak because the entire room is full of dead bodies on gurneys. She can see that the corpses are really small. So Miriam’s first thought is that these are dead children. But before she can even imagine what sort of tragedy might have happened, she takes a better look at the bodies closest to her. And that’s when she realizes they’re not children at all.[00:20:02]

They’re not even human. They’re aliens.[00:20:09]

That sounds wild, but according to Miriam, the corpses skin is gray and brown, they have these giant bulbous heads that are way out of proportion to their bodies, and they also have ridiculously large black eyes that are just wide open. I mean, as if they don’t even have eyelids.[00:20:31]

Miriam is stunned, but gradually reality sinks in and she realizes the Air Force has found actual physical aliens. When Miriam gets home that evening, she’s still upset.[00:20:46]

She can’t bring herself to chat with her parents or even eat dinner.[00:20:50]

And it’s not long before she fully burst into tears and tells her family about everything she’s just seen.[00:20:57]

Her parents are bewildered. They have no idea what to make of this story. So they just encourage Miriam to get some rest, like maybe this whole thing is some bad hallucination and she’ll feel better in the morning.[00:21:10]

But morning comes and Miriam is still deeply disturbed. She gets up, gets dressed and goes into work where her bosses are anxiously waiting for her.[00:21:21]

They tell her she shouldn’t have been allowed into the examination room the day before, and they warn her that there will be brutal consequences if she ever tells anyone about what she saw.[00:21:34]

Miriam never says what they threatened her with exactly. But it seems effective because she talks to her parents immediately afterwards and she swears them to absolute secrecy. They must not ever, ever repeat what they know. The next 40 years go by and Miriam doesn’t bring up the issue again. Then in December of 1989, Miriam dies at age 69. Officially, her cause of death is ruled a suicide, but her body is covered in bruises and scratches that don’t look like they’re self-inflicted.[00:22:14]

And according to authors Thomas Carey and Donald Schmitt, Miriam’s family noticed some other discrepancies about the way she died. They didn’t specify what those discrepancies are, just that her death seemed really suspicious.[00:22:29]

Obviously, we have to take a lot of this story with a grain of salt. It’s all reliant on the word of one person and her family with no outside evidence to back it up.[00:22:40]

But strangely enough, the detail that gives the story some credence is also the most ridiculous part, right? Like the alien bodies, because it turns out Miriam’s not the only one who saw them.[00:22:56]

Up next, a doctor gives his take on Rosewell now back to the story. In the late 1970s, an anonymous doctor told a UFO researcher named Len Stringfield that he knew aliens had crashed in Roswell because he was the one who performed the autopsies on their bodies at the Roswell Army Airfield, the same place where Miriam worked. Presumably, this doctor was sworn to secrecy, which is why he wanted to remain anonymous. But he described the alien bodies at length, and his account sounds a lot like Myriam’s.[00:23:36]

He says the corpses are all three and a half to four feet tall and they don’t weigh much more than 40 pounds. They have disproportionately large heads, massive black eyes and that bluish gray skin.[00:23:50]

And he goes on to say that when he cuts into their bodies, the doctors notice all these other weird details, like they’re missing a bunch of organs that humans should normally have. Their biology is unlike anything he’s ever seen.[00:24:07]

Now, it is also hard to take this testimony too seriously because it came from an anonymous source. For all we know, the doctor might have made it up or maybe the doctor never existed at all.[00:24:20]

But even so, there are other witnesses with the same story. Like this sergeant named Melvin E. Brown, he was also stationed at the Rosewell base and he says that he helped retrieve bodies from Mack Brazil’s ranch.[00:24:37]

Even Roswell’s mortician, this guy named Glen Dennis, knew about it. He says he wasn’t involved in the autopsy, but that he definitely heard about it from some of his colleagues.[00:24:47]

Maybe the most convincing witness, though, is Sheriff George Wilcox, who first called the Air Force about the debris on Mack, Brazil’s ranch.[00:24:56]

Jorge later said that when he went out to the ranch, he spotted, quote, four space beings and quote, He claimed that he couldn’t say much more because the U.S. military officials had threatened him. If that’s true, it matches up with the theory that Mack was detained by the government and threatened into keeping quiet.[00:25:16]

Quiet or not, though, a lot of the public never really believes the official story that the wreckage came from a weather balloon. In 1980, another paranormal researcher named Charles Berlitz published a book called The Roswell Incident.[00:25:31]

Up to this point, there were always rumors about what really happened at Roswell. But Charles is the first person to compile all of these witness statements into one place and to lay out arguments for why the wreckage came from an alien spaceship. The Roswell incident is a smash hit. It brings the mystery back into the public eye and all these books on conspiracy theories and government cover ups start jumping off the shelves. In fact, so many people demand answers to Roswell that a congressman named Steven Schiff decides to open an investigation.[00:26:08]

As part of that, the Air Force looks into their records and for the first time, they confirm everyone’s suspicions. The Roswell incident really was a government up and the wreckage did not come from a balloon. Well, at least not a weather balloon. It all centers around a top secret spy program called Project Mogel, which was declassified sometime in the 1970s.[00:26:40]

The goal was to create a balloon with listening devices that could pick up the sounds of nuclear tests from almost anywhere in the world.[00:26:48]

So it looks kind of like a weather balloon, but not quite as the story goes.[00:26:55]

In the summer of 1947, researchers were launching these out of the Alamogordo Army airfield in New Mexico, and a few of them drifted off course and crashed in the area near Roswell. The scientists are able to locate most of these balloons, but there are two that get lost. In June 1947, just a few weeks before Mac Brazel finds the wreckage in his field.[00:27:21]

Now, sure, all of this definitely sounds like a plausible explanation for what Black found on his ranch.[00:27:29]

It also explains why he was supposedly intimidated and paid off. The U.S. government didn’t want him squealing about their top secret program.[00:27:38]

But weirdly enough, even though Project Mogul was declassified in the 70s, the Air Force was really dragging their feet on putting together this review if they knew the project wasn’t even classified anymore. There’s no reason to spend years giving Congress the runaround. And I should point out that there’s nothing beyond circumstantial evidence to connect Roswell to Project Mogel.[00:28:05]

The Air Force report didn’t even try to prove that the wreckage was a mogul balloon.[00:28:10]

They basically just said, well, you know, here, this is a possibility. And it seems like this part of the debate should be easy to settle. Just look at the wreckage Mack brought to the RAAF. But there’s a problem. Nobody knows where that wreckage is. As soon as the officials finished talking to reporters back in July of 1947, General Ranie had all of the wreckage shipped off to Washington, D.C. for further study.[00:28:43]

Nobody knows what happened to it after that, which, if you ask me, is pretty stinking suspicious. The project mogul theory also doesn’t explain why General Ramie and Major Marcel were part of the media circus the very first day that the story broke. Like whether you think it was aliens or a spy balloon, the war department must have really messed up in containing their story fast enough. It also doesn’t tell us why Miriam Busch’s death was so suspicious. And it doesn’t even begin to hint at why so many people say they either knew about or witnessed alien autopsies.[00:29:26]

But all of these loose ends are what makes this story so interesting.[00:29:31]

Like even if you don’t care about UFOs or aliens, you’ve heard about Roswell, New Mexico. It’s a huge piece of American mythology precisely because we still don’t know what happened there, which is why most alien enthusiasts are still reading between the lines and trying to solve this mystery. And a lot of believers probably hope that one day the government is going to fess up and confirm that aliens really exist. For all we know, that pile of debris from New Mexico, wherever it disappeared to, could hold the key to one of the biggest questions in the universe, whether or not we’re alone.[00:30:14]

So as long as there’s still some ambiguity to this story, we can keep hoping. Thanks for listening, I’ll be back next week with another episode, you can find all episodes of Supernatural and all other originals from podcast for free on Spotify. And if you like the show, follow app podcast on Facebook and Instagram. An app podcast network on Twitter. Supernatural stars Ashley Flowers In is a Spotify original from podcast. It is executive produced by Max Cutler, Sound Design by Carrie Murphy with production assistance by Ron Shapiro, Carly Madden and Erin Larson.[00:31:13]

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EP 662- Pandemic: Activity In Wuhan (w/ Jack Posobiec, Rudy Giuliani, Dr. Yan, Michael Yon)

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It appears Ikonomakis is also listed as an inventor for eight of Dominion’s Patents.

January 13, 2021 by

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SUPPLEMENTAL AFFIDAVIT FROM MELISSA #CARONE

… which means one batch was counted over 8 times. This happened countless times while I was at the TCF Center. I confronted my manager, Nick #Ikonomakis …

The “supervisor,” Nick Ikonomakis, is also the Vice-President of Development with Dominion Voter Systems. It appears Ikonomakis is also listed as an inventor for eight of Dominion’s #Patents.

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EP 645- Pandemic: The New Patriot Act (w/ FogCityMidge, Jack Maxey, Darren Beattie, John Eastman)

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Capital Hill False Flag? Is this “Six Days from Sunday” for Trump?

January 9, 2021 by

Capital Hill False Flag? Is this “Six Days from Sunday” for Trump?

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Capitol Hill Violence: America’s Reichstag Fire? — Global Research

Is This What Schumer Warned Trump About?

Stephen Lendman

A week before 1933 German general elections, a strategically timed Reichstag fire was falsely blamed on communists.

In response to what happened, President Paul von Hindenburg signed an emergency decree.

Civil liberties were suspended. Weimar Republic democracy died, and Hitler assumed power after enough Nazis were elected to assure it.

As the saying goes, the rest is history.

The fullness of time will tell what’s unclear now about Wednesday’s Capitol Hill violence while Congress was debating whether or not to certify November’s stolen election for Biden/Harris over Trump.

Make no mistake. The evidence showed that he won. Dem challengers lost, but things didn’t turn out that way.

Was what happened Wednesday an American Reichstag fire — a false flag — or an incident staged by over-the-top Trump supporters?

Note the unacceptable aftermath…

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Parking this here IDK ?

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  • Florida Non-Profit Issues Press Release Claiming Possession of “Potentially Fake” Affidavit From Lawyer of Individual Who Personally Switched Votes

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Florida Non-Profit Issues Press Release Claiming Possession of “Potentially Fake” Affidavit From Lawyer of Individual Who Personally Switched Votes

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Editors Note: This report exists on the basis of four events, A) the Dallas Texas based news program called “America Can We Talk?” with host Debbie Georgatos who speaks with a guest about election fraud on January 6, 2021, B) statements of the guest, a formally registered Georgia lobbyist named Maria Strollo Zack, Founder of ‘Nations in Action’, C) a press release published on January 6, 2021, by Zack’s Florida based non-profit which describes themselves as a government transparency organization, and D) the existence of a single unverified document – said to be a sworn affidavit from Attorney Prof Alfio d’ Urso who is representing a client, signed in Rome, Italy and dated January 6, 2021.

Items to call in question and should require more scrutiny:

  • Zack states the attorney “Prof Alfio d’ Urso,” who provided the affidavit is a “top lawyer” in Italy, however, typical searches reveal little information on his name.
  • The affidavit contains no typical markings, stamps or notarization.
  • The affidavit contains no physical address of any kind.
  • The affidavit eludes to the concern of safety for the individual, who is often referenced in the interview as ‘this person’ while fully named in the affidavit.
  • The claimed witness and provocateur, Arturo D’Elia, is one of two persons whom were arrested in December 2020 for an incident involving data theft at Leonardo, over alleged roles in hacking computers located at one of the defense contractors plants.

SARASOTA, FL – One day before Congress officially certified the victory of Joe Biden as the winner of the 2020 Presidential election, allegations continued to come forward in support of President Donald Trump’s repeated accusations of voter fraud that “robbed” him in his bid for reelection.

In a press release put out by Nations in Action, an employee of Leonardo SpA – a global defense contractor partially owned by the Italian government – delivered a signed self-titled “General Affidavit” outlining an alleged scheme to switch votes originally cast for Trump to Biden utilizing Leonardo computer systems and military satellites located in Pescara, Italy.


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An employee of the 8th largest global defense contractor, Leonardo SpA, provided a shocking deposition detailing his role in the most elaborate criminal act affecting a US election. Corroborating the DNI Ratcliff’s report of international intrusion, Arturo D’elio outlined the scheme that proved successful in using Leonardo computer systems and military satellites located in Pescara, Italy. Recent reports of a hack at Leonardo now appear to have been an orchestrated cover to mitigate blowback on the corporation which is partially owned by the Italian government.Press release put out by Nations in Action, January, 6, 2020

According to Nations in Action, who describe themselves as a government transparency organization, Arturo D’elio – a former head of Information Technology at Leonardo SpA – undertook an operation where he claimed that his employer was directed by individuals representing the United States to use their technological resources to interfere with the outcome of the 2020 election.

“On 4 November 2020, under instruction and direction of US persons working from the US embassy in Rome, undertook the operation to switch data from the US elections of 3 November 2020 from significant margin of victory for Donald Trump to Joe Biden in a number of states where Joe Biden was losing the vote totals,” D’elio said in his affidavit.Attorney Prof Alfio d’ Urso  https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RQMxmbW8ujZmfTUl2D1jXWS996ZgmoHo/view

D’elio claims that he was working at the Pascara facility of Leonardo SpA and utilized “military grade cyber warfare encryption capabilities” to transmit switched votes by means of a military satellite – owned by Leonardo – to a location in Frankfurt Germany; from there, the data was transmitted to the United States.

He also claimed that the data in some cases may have been switched to “represent more than total voters registered.”

In their press release, Nations in Action made demands of U.S. elected officials on how they should respond to these allegations, including deposing State Department officials, “seizing assets” of Leonardo SpA, and even having “all congressional members” speak out against election interference “or face recalls and suspicion of involvement.”

According to Maria Zack, who says she helped expose fraud in the 2018 recount in Broward County, Florida, and formally a registered Georgia lobbyist, says she will supply the means for every state affected to “recall their slate of electors immediately or face lawsuits.” However, since Biden’s electoral votes have already been counted and ratified by Congress, it remains unclear if any actions could even be taken to challenge his win.

Zack’s accusations – not yet proven by any evidence provided in any court of law, any state or federal investigation, or even reported in any major media outlet – if true would be monumental. If not, she could be on the verge of forever ruining her reputation.

“This is the piece that Sidney Powell and Rudy Giuliani and everybody has been begging to have and to see because they knew something was wrong and I think voters in their hearts knew something was wrong, but what is amazing is that they were never quite able to get that missing little piece, that little nugget of who, where and how, and the why is certainly impossible to believe in some respects, but we must stand up for truth and do a full investigation. I know members of Congress are calling for that, but this now takes away the need for an investigation because we have the person who is admitting to the theft of the election.”

On the program, Zack stated that the document was given to Congressman Barry Loudermilk, from Georgia’s 11th congressional district, as well as the staff of Representative Devin Nunes, of California and Representative Louie Gohmert of Texas.

In late December, Dan Patrick, the lieutenant governor of Texas offered a $1m reward for proof of voter fraud. There was no mention on the program of whether the person coming forward is seeking that reward.

Items to call in question and should require more scrutiny:

  • Zack states the attorney “Prof Alfio d’ Urso,” who provided the affidavit is a “top lawyer” in Italy, however, typical searches reveal little information on his name.
  • The affidavit contains no typical markings, stamps or notarization.
  • The affidavit contains no physical address of any kind.
  • The affidavit eludes to the concern of safety for the individual, who is often referenced in the interview as ‘this person’ while fully named in the affidavit.
  • The claimed witness and provocateur, Arturo D’Elia, is one of two persons whom were arrested in December 2020 for an incident involving data theft at Leonardo, over alleged roles in hacking computers located at one of the defense contractors plants.

Editors Note: This report exists on the basis of four events, A) the Dallas Texas based news program called “America Can We Talk?” with host Debbie Georgatos who speaks with a guest about election fraud on January 6, 2021, B) statements of the guest, a formally registered Georgia lobbyist named Maria Strollo Zack, Founder of ‘Nations in Action’, C) a press release published on January 6, 2021, by Zack’s Florida based non-profit which describes themselves as a government transparency organization, and D) the existence of a single unverified document – said to be a sworn affidavit from Attorney Prof Alfio d’ Urso who is representing a client, signed in Rome, Italy and dated January 6, 2021.

UPDATE JANUARY 8, 2021 12:45 PM:

This morning additional information was sent in with an accompanying video from a retired cyber-intelligence expert which seems to touch on the background of this story including the U.S. embassy in Rome and the company Leonardo. The video, published on December 19, 2020, is an interview with Brad Johnson, President of Americans for Intelligence Reform located in Northern Virginia not far from Washington DC. Johnson retired as a Senior Operations Officer and Chief of Station with the Central Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Operations. Mr. Johnson is a certified senior expert in Counterintelligence and senior expert in surveillance and surveillance detection issues. Comment via Facebook ShareFacebookTwitterReddItWhatsAppPinterestEmailLinkedinTumblrTelegramStumbleUponVKDiggLINEBlackBerryViberPrintOK.ruJohn Colascione

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