AMERICA: The Blog
AMERICA: The Blog
"Holy crap!" my husband exclaimed.
"What!? What's going on?" I responded, peering over his shoulder at the flight tracking map on his screen.
"Usually there are no more than three military refueling tankers flying over the United States on any given night. I got to ride on one when I was a teen in Civil Air Patrol," he said. "But look! Tonight there are eleven refueling tankers in the air simultaneously. What the hell is going on!?!"
If military air traffic gets your motor going, your go-to guy is "MonkeyWerx" aka "MilSpecOpsMonkey." His profile describes him as a "Christian, Prayer Warrior, For God and Country, USAF Spec Ops Veteran, Texan, Aerospace and Defense Guru" and more specifically, "third generation military veteran who has spent more than thirty years in the aerospace and defense industry working on advanced weapons programs." That's good enough for me.
For the past three years, MonkeyWerx has been following military air traffic above the US, writing about it and making YouTube videos once a week...until now. Now he makes videos almost daily because there's just so damn much going on!
Military air traffic above the continental United States has quadrupled (at least!) since MonkeyWerx started his YouTube channel and he's quick to remind us that's only the air traffic we're allowed to see. The increase can't be simply explained away by bringing our men and women in uniform home from overseas so the question on everyone's lips is, "What the *$&@%!$# is going on!?!"
MonkeyWerx writes, "What does it all mean? I am looking at this from three different possible scenarios:
His 152,700 Twitter followers are the "Digital Soldiers" General Flynn talks about with boots on the ground in every corner of this nation, providing info on what they're observing in their own backyards. Sometimes they even catch photos...when they're phones aren't suddenly and mysteriously disabled from taking pics!
Christy writes, "A flight of C130s is usually an operation, not an exercise."
D. E. Parrish wrote, "The C130s...if they didn't put boots on the ground, they sure pretended to."
Stillpoint Storm Watch wrote, "A friend in LA says there's hundreds of military vehicles along the LA River."
Arctic Blue chimed in with, "Never seen anything like it in twenty four years service. Not even in combat zone."
Suzy Qster reported that, "My daughter lives very close to Nellis [Air Force Base] called me freaking out this morning says there's so many huge planes landing there and shaking her house." So apparently not business as usual at Nellis assuming Suzy's daughter has lived there for awhile.
But others pooh-poohed it as merely the Air Force's Weapons School Integration training (WSINT) "simulating near-peer adversaries such as Russia and China." Drills, drills, drills. Everything can be explained away by drills, drills, drills. Robin Sage training for Special Forces Qualification began on December 4th. WSINT continues through December 10th. But as MonkeyWerx is quick to point out, they seem to have a real affinity to flying to-and-from locations known for being black sites and prisons. Places like "the spa" aka Guantanamo Bay. Michael and I also particularly noticed how thick the aircraft were above states where election fraud is being hotly contested: Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, Nevada.
But it gets even better. Supposedly multiple sources have confirmed that the CIA's Gina Haspel was on-site in Frankfurt during the raid and wounded in the fracas as were, reportedly, five of the good guys. Might be true, might not be true but patriot geeks who are addicted to the flight maps can confirm there was a flight out of Frankfurt to GITMO that day which jives with the rumor that Gina began "singing like a canary" on that flight. The same day, Sidney Powell is reported to have visited Gitmo for two hours via another flight.
See? Flight tracking can be fun! Downright addictive. Gives patriots a way to be personally invested in history as it unfolds.
But if you watch the military air traffic long enough, there are two unavoidable conclusions that keep pushing until your brain feels shoved.
Number One: There may need to be a brief period of Martial Law while the Swamp is drained under the 1807 Insurrection Act.
How do you catch shoplifters? First you let 'em steal, then you catch 'em. (Unless you're my rich Aunt Dotty, then you just let her steal all she wants, ring up what she steals and send the bill to her rich husband. True story!)
How do you catch election thieves? First you let 'em commit fraud, then you catch 'em.
Number Two: We may be preparing for war on our soil. Do you really think China shelled our $400,000,000 to purchase Dominion to ensureJoe Biden became President only to take a casual la-dee-da attitude about their investment when it all came to naught!?! I don't think so but I pray I'm wrong!
We've known for years the Chinese military were massing down in Mexico and up around Vancouver Island. They reportedly own seaports in California, thousands of acres in Texas as well as land in Florida and Arizona. Despite my deep-seated loathing for looking on the dark side and especially those intensely annoying know-it-all make-fire-with-a-toothpick-and-spotted-quail-feather preppers on YouTube, yeah, it may be time to lay in some flour, sugar, salt and yeast...and learn how to use them! Bread making is deceptively difficult but I've made every possible bread-making mistake so you don't have to! (Click here for how-to!)
Teddy Roosevelt said, "Keep your eyes on the stars and your feet on the ground." Good advice but let's update it. "Keep your eyes on the flight tracking map and your emergency radio handy." God forbid but you may need it.
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