United States Marines last Friday raided a warehouse in South Carolina where scientists contracted to the Deep State were building weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) to deploy against American citizens, sources in General Eric M. Smith’s office told Real Raw News.
Before Friday’s success, White Hats had, in the last two years, investigated seven leads about the Biden cabal manufacturing small-scale WMDs—low-yield nukes, chemical weapon delivery systems, and bio dispersal units. But those tips led to dead ends, red herrings, wild goose chases, and embarrassing moments for the White Hat leadership. Our source candidly recounted an incident that took place in June 2021. Acting on a supposedly credible lead, White Hats boarded a fishing trawler off the coast of Florida. The vessel purportedly held a biological agent that the Biden regime planned to release on Palm Beach, home to President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate. The trawler, however, was empty except for a typewritten note taped to a bridge console. “If we wanted it, you’d be dead now,” it taunted.
“Deep Staters have a morbid sense of humor. They get pleasure when we waste resources and manpower. We can’t risk not investigating NBC intel. If even one is credible, and we miss it, the consequences would be unspeakable,” our source said.
The South Carolina lead, he added, came from a federal “5th columnist” who claimed nuclear physicists sympathetic to the Deep State’s agenda were nearing completion on two radiological devices that used Californium-252.
The term “5th columnist” refers to a growing number of federal agents helping the White Hat effort.
Caliofrnium-252 is an artificial element, one of nine reactor-produced isotopes suitable for radiological terror, with a half-life of 898 years. It has military and commercial applications, particularly in the medical and petroleum industries. When used in WMDs, it contaminates the area around the dispersal agent/conventional explosion with radioactive material, serving primarily as an area denial device against civilians. It is not to be confused with a nuclear explosion, such as a fission bomb, which produces blast effects far more than what is achievable using conventional explosives.
The ”5th columnist” said the weapons were stored in a maritime warehouse near Charleston, South Carolina, and that FEMA was guarding the location. He also claimed that Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD) David Lasseter visited the warehouse on June 19 but then went “off the grid.” CWMD is a division of the DHS tasked with preventing attacks against the United States using a weapon of mass destruction.
“It seems they wanted to do the opposite of their job requirement,” our source said.
Our source added that the “5th columnist” consented to a polygraph exam to judge the veracity of his story.
“He had specific intel, didn’t show deception. A decision was made to get eyes on the building, a maritime supply and repair warehouse, eliminate threats, and recover those weapons before they vanished into thin air,” he said.
Undercover Marines and U.S. Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Specialists (CBRN) arrived in Charleston on the 21st and put surveillance on a commercial building whose empty gravel parking lot was rife with fresh tire impressions. They saw no FEMA patrolling the perimeter, and Geiger counters detected only normal background radiation. However, the Marines found it odd that sophisticated biometric security protected doors to a maritime supply company.
Several old fishing boats, some on trailers and others raised on cinder blocks, were scattered about the area.
The White Hats waited patiently.
On Friday morning, before sunrise, a procession of SUVs rolled into the parking lot. Three men and a woman wearing lab coats appeared from a Ford Expedition, while six conspicuous feds emerged from a pair of Toyota Highlanders. Two feds wore windbreakers with “FEMA” stenciled in bold yellow. All six carried automatic rifles.
From concealment, the Marines ordered FEMA to surrender, but two agents raised their rifles and fired bursts of ammunition at the rusted hull of an old fishing boat behind which three Marines had taken cover. The feds soon found themselves pincered, boxed in, covered in all directions. They stopped firing at Marines and instead trained their rifles on the technicians, killing three before they fell to Marine gunfire.
The surviving technician, the woman, was given an ultimatum: describe the building’s contents in detail and open the door or end up like her friends.
“Dead or alive, I’m guessing your thumbprint will open that door,” one Marine reportedly told her.
The CBRNs donned protective attire and entered first, sweeping the interior with dosimeters and hunting for the alleged dirty bombs, which they found under a table. The suitcase-size bombs had a lead lining as a radiation barrier.
Our source said the CBRNs safely removed the devices and later brought them to an undisclosed location for disposal.
“Besides the weapons, we got a lot of electronic devices, and we’re figuring out where they planned to set these things off. The woman’s been somewhat cooperative and confirmed Lasseter had been there. We’re not disclosing who she said paid her, but it appears she was hired only to help build the damn thing and didn’t know what it would be used for. We can call this one a win,” our source said.