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Jordan, DeSantis demand answers from DOJ regarding Obama’s shutdown of the Hezbollah drug ring to protect #IranDeal

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Two members of the House Freedom Caucus fired off a letter Thursday to Attorney General Jefferson B. “Jeff” Session III requesting the details regarding President Barack Obama’s obstruction of a Drug Enforcement Agency investigations into Hezbollah drug trading in order to preserve his diplomatic rapprochement with the Islamic Republic of Iran.

“Hezbollah is a brutal terrorist group and it would be unconscionable for American policy to deliberately empower such a nefarious organization,” Rep. Ronald D. DeSantis (R.-Fla.), the chairman of the House Foreign Relations Committee’s subcommitteee on National Security.

“Allegations that the Obama administration purposefully undermined law enforcement efforts against Hezbollah in order to save the disastrous Iran Deal need to be swiftly and fully investigated by Congress,” said DeSantis, a drilling Navy Reserve lawyer and a graduate of the Yale University Law School.

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Rep. James D. Jordan (R.-Ohio), the founding chairman of the House Freedom Caucus, said, “The allegations that Obama’s DOJ possibly halted the wheels of justice for the sake of an illegal deal cementing his political legacy is both unnerving and unacceptable. We need answers.”

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Read the letter here.

The letter comes on the heels of the outrage on Capitol Hill at the latest piece of evidence of how the Obama administration placed its fledging alliance with Iran above all other considerations and national priorities.

Although pieces of this story had been floating around the capital, it was all put together in a narrative Sunday by Politico reporter Josh Meyer.

The campaign, dubbed Project Cassandra, was launched in 2008 after the Drug Enforcement Administration amassed evidence that Hezbollah had transformed itself from a Middle East-focused military and political organization into an international crime syndicate that some investigators believed was collecting $1 billion a year from drug and weapons trafficking, money laundering and other criminal activities.

Over the next eight years, agents working out of a top-secret DEA facility in Chantilly, Virginia, used wiretaps, undercover operations and informants to map Hezbollah’s illicit networks, with the help of 30 U.S. and foreign security agencies.

They followed cocaine shipments, some from Latin America to West Africa and on to Europe and the Middle East, and others through Venezuela and Mexico to the United States. They tracked the river of dirty cash as it was laundered by, among other tactics, buying American used cars and shipping them to Africa. And with the help of some key cooperating witnesses, the agents traced the conspiracy, they believed, to the innermost circle of Hezbollah and its state sponsors in Iran.

Eventually, DEA investigators would develop a dossier on Hezbollah that would include its money laundering operations through a massive used car operation in Africa and the tracked movements of Hezbollah agents conducting site inspections of military, national security and significant private targets inside the United States, Meyer reported.

Armed with this dossier, DEA official requested that the administration designate Hezbollah as a Transnational Criminal Organization, such as Brothers’ Circle, the Yamaguchi-gumi Syndicate and MS-13, but Meyer reported that the Obama administration shuffled the request through the bureaucracy, so that it was never approved.

More critically, Meyer quoted sources that detailed how the DEA leadership deliberately went public with its investigation with the public message that the Obama administration was getting tough on Hezbollah, but with practical effect ending the inquest and alerting Hezbollah to the undercover investigation and its vulnerabilities.

One of the people central to the story, Derek Maltz, who led Project Cassandra for the nine years before his 2014 retirement told Meyer he was upset about how everything went down.

“Turf battles, especially the institutional conflict between law enforcement and intelligence agencies, contributed to the demise of Project Cassandra,” he told Meyer. “But many Project Cassandra agents insist the main reason was a political choice to prioritize the Iranian nuclear agreement over efforts to crack down on Hezbollah.”

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Left-Wing Extremist Charged in Alleged Florida Capitol Attack Identified Soros as “Sponsor”

Daniel Alan Baker had bragged of a Soros sponsorship.

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A left-wing extremist arrested and charged with a terrorist plot to confront and kidnap protestors at the Florida Capitol identified billionaire George Soros as his “sponsor” in a YouTube video. Daniel Alan Baker, 33, has been federally charged with transmitting a threat to kidnap or injure.

Baker appears to have fought overseas with a Kurdish militia group identified as a terrorist organization by the State Department, the Marxist PKK. He’s an Army veteran who appears to have been discharged after going AWOL before a deployment.

Baker has been charged for an alleged plot involving a group of armed leftists surrounding pro-Trump protestors at the Florida Capitol in Tallahassee on the day of Joe Biden’s inauguration. It’s unclear if right-wing protestors even intend to demonstrate at the site, and Baker’s dangerous attempt to incite an armed confrontation may never have advanced beyond speculative stages.

A “call to arms” flier seen on Baker’s YouTube channel calls for Florida residents to surround supposed “racists” and to “trap them inside” the State Capitol, advocating for the kidnapping of supposed Inauguration demonstrators.

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In a YouTube video calling for doxxing attempts on individuals present at the raucous US Capitol riot, Baker brags of having acquired the globalist oligarch as a “sponsor,” implying that the megabillionaire had provided him with an “antifa card.”

Baker’s remarks may have been hyperbole, intentionally seeking to draw attention from critics of the Hungarian-born liberal kingpin.

A charging affidavit also alleges that Baker advocated for the assassination of United States military officers on his YouTube channel, a threat that could potentially incur even more serious criminal charges.

The FBI believes that Baker intended to assassinate Turkish military personnel training in the United States, and that he was on the scene during Seattle’s Capital Hill Autonomous Zone anarchist rebellion. Baker identified himself as a “hardcore leftist” on his personal social media, as well, urging his followers to “prepare for war” after the November 3rd election.


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