United States Marines sent to arrest Health and Human Services Director Xavier Becerra on Friday aborted the mission after spotting nearly three dozen federal goons guarding the inside and outside of his palatial home in northwest Washington, D.C., a source in General Eric M. Smith’s office told Real Raw News.
Becerra, he said, is wanted for “Covid crimes” against the people of the United States, which include misusing part of HHS’ $120 billion annual budget to payoff state officials for continuing lockdowns and mask mandates into 2021. Everyone from Andrew Cuomo to Gretchen Whitmer got a slice of the pie in exchange for frightening the public into believing masks and frequent boosters were necessary to protect lives, and that they persuaded the public to adopt the “new normal,” a state to which an economy, society, etc. settles following a crisis, natural or manufactured.
If all information is accurate, Becerra employed intermediaries to surreptitiously distribute $35 billion among 5,700 officials, medical professionals, and hospital administrators in the first half of 2021—a treasonous act for which he, our source said, must pay the ultimate price.
White Hats have sought Becerra’s arrest for nearly that long, but the sneaky HHS director had been hiding in Poland to avoid getting apprehended by the military.
Our source said that United States Army Cyber Command learned that Becerra had reentered the country via Andrews AFB on March 13 and was spotted near his D.C. home—one of five properties he owns–a day later. On March 15, General Smith assigned a recon squad to surveil the residence, but the Marines reported that the home was dark and empty, and that Becerra was nowhere to be found. A day later, Cyber Command told Gen. Smith it had intercepted messages suggesting that Becerra planned to host a St. Patrick’s Day party at the D.C. residence on the evening of March 17.
“The general was suspicious; the news sounded too good to be true. Becerra isn’t even Irish. Gen. Smith felt obliged to investigate, and the recon team was still in the area. He moved a platoon from North Carolina to Washington and put it on standby while the recon unit revisited Becerra’s house,” our source said.
When the recon team scoped out the residence Friday night, they heard music pulsing and saw lights flashing inside the house. They could see silhouettes of what looked like people dancing and drinking inside. They also saw a dozen armed federal thugs kneeling behind bushes and hedgerows and a sniper perched atop a tree in Becerra’s yard. As they watched, the front door opened, and three men in tactical gear with rifles slung across their shoulders stepped outside to smoke cigarettes.
“It’s a trap,” the recon lead radioed to the Quick Reaction Force (QRF). “It’s unlikely the target is here, and if he is, 30 feds are swarming the place. Please tell Eagle.” Eagle is General Smith’s codename.
The general, our source said, ordered the unit to stand down since it was pointless to risk a bloody firefight if Becerra wasn’t on the property.
“Only Cyber Command and the White Hat council knew of the operation. There’s a leak, a mole. General Smith has polygraphed and interviewed all council members several times and is confident they are trustworthy and loyal. He’s told USCYBERCOM commander Gen. Nakasone to do the same, since the leak must have originated there,” our source said.