Victim of the Swamp

See Something, Say Something; Do Nothing?

In my broadcast yesterday I discussed meeting with my congressman’s chief of staff, Elizabeth Hittos. She asked me to send her a copy of the email sent to me by her staff in response to my official request.

Since my original meeting with Elizabeth back in December of 2018 requesting a classified briefing with the congressional intelligence committee, I have not heard back from anyone. I’m not interested in playing their games. I hope you enjoy the broadcast below and my thoughts on how this, “see something, say something” public service announcement by our government is actually working out.

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In the past, “See Something, Say Something” was actually a thing. Today, not so much…

The one thing I believe everyone can support when it comes to our national security, if you see something, you should say something; hopefully, it’s nothing…

As someone that has held an above top-secret clearance for more than a decade, I don’t in any way condone the leaking of classified information – irrespective of ethical responsibility you may believe you have a any given moment. There is always another way, and if there isn’t, well sometimes you lose in life too.

Since first approaching my congressman, Gus Bilirakis, in late 2015 for help with my whistleblower denial by the I.G., I’ve watched one indictment after another by Mueller’s Special Council, as well as associations by WaPo, Dan Bongino and others, being directly tied to my work in both Iraq and Afghanistan on social media psychological warfare.

I discuss in more detail just a small portion of what I’ve gone thru in my responsibility as an American to, “see something, say something” on The American Awakening last night.

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