Trump Admin Prepares To Send ‘High Profile’ Traitors To Gitmo

Donald Trump's swamp draining is about to begin in earnest, with political crooks around the country concealing ankle monitors, house fires attempting to destroy evidence at an array of high-profile people's houses, and Guantanamo Bay being prepared for the influx of high-profile prisoners.

Donald Trump’s swamp draining is about to begin in earnest, with political crooks around the country concealing ankle monitors, house fires attempting to destroy evidence at an array of high-profile people’s houses, and Guantanamo Bay being prepared for the influx of American high-profile prisoners.

There is plenty of evidence out there for those who know what to look for. Feast your eyes on these fine examples:

As reported by Fox in Phoenix, President Trump just sent the Arizona Army National Guard to watch over prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Why? There are currently only 41 prisoners there. Obviously, there will soon be many more prisoners in Gitmo and since the National Guard was sent in, these will most likely be high-profile prisoners.

The National Guard has been sent there for the next nine months, so we can expect this influx of high-profile prisoners to take place during this time period.

Do not forget that newly-elected Trump fought hard to keep Guantanamo Bay open. As the Miami Herald report, fresh from his promise to drain the swamp and lock up Hillary Clinton, Trump hinted at a future role for Gitmo. Did he have it all planned back then?

After Trump’s whirlwind start to 2018, and the curious events being quietly reported on the fringe of the news, it is beginning to look that way.

A couple months ago, we reported that John McCain and Hillary Clinton were likely wearing surgical boots to hide ankle monitors. A famously corrupt California Congresswoman is now also wearing one and Huma Abedin has started wearing 70s style bell bottom jeans to hide her ankle monitor (see picture).


Also recently, we had the Trump executive order that allowed for the freezing of assets of those involved in human rights violations and corruption. This order allows for what just took place with the royal family in Saudi Arabia. The question is why now? Why do you need to freeze assets now?

Interestingly, the executive order has a list of about 10 people subject to this order. These people are foreign individuals but all are tied to the Clintons in some way. It is becoming clear that the listing of foreign individuals is a smoke screen for what is happening behind the scenes.


NPR also let some very interesting information out of the bag recently. As they report, attorneys will now be allowed to visit their clients at Guantanamo Bay. This has never been allowed. A military judge recently ordered the change of rules. Why? We are talking about a prison that has tortured its inmates, set dogs on them, taken naked pictures of them, etc. Why are they now suddenly concerned with human rights? I suspect the kind of prisoners held there will soon be changing… There will be American prisoners of the high-profile variety, who sections of the public will demand have more rights than your average Gitmo detainee.

Next, we have defense secretary Mattis visit Guantanamo Bay on December 21st, as reported by the New York Post, to “Offer holiday greetings to the troops there”. No Defense Secretary has visited Guantanamo Bay in 16 years. Mattis didn’t go there to visit the troops who are guarding only 41 prisoners. The wishing of holiday greetings to the troops is a cover story for the real purpose of his visit, which was to ensure that Guantanamo Bay is ready for a new influx of prisoners.

Still not convinced something strange is happening at Guantanamo Bay? There have also been many recent reports of frequent and secret flights to Guantanamo Bay, which have either left for Guantanamo Bay from the Washington D.C. area or returned to the Washington D.C. area after leaving Guantanamo Bay. You can read the details about these flights at a discussion on Reddit here.


And we have this gem. Just before the turn of the new year, Trump declared January 2018 The National Anti Slavery and Human Trafficking Month. Huh? When I read this I couldn’t believe it. To the vast majority of people, slavery ended in the 1860s and human trafficking isn’t something that takes place in the U.S. Dedicating the first month of 2018 to abolishing modern slavery and human trafficking is a clear attempt by Trump to get people to wake up, educate themselves, and not be shocked by what is about to go down.

Lastly, there are currently almost 10,000 sealed indictments in federal courts throughout the US. This number is extremely high. This has already been heavily discussed and indicates one thing and one thing only: mass arrests will soon take place.

Anyone who can put 2 and 2 and 2 and 2 and 2 and 2 together can read the lay of the land and figure out what’s about to happen.

A huge bust of many high profile people involved in human rights abuses is about to take place – most likely this month and definitely in the next 9 months. These high profile people are going to be sent to Guantanamo Bay and face military tribunals. Smaller players will be dealt with in the federal court system.

The work has been going on behind the scenes during most of 2017. No amount of “destroying evidence” in house fires, BleachBit-destroyed hardware, or dead people, including attorneys, will save them from facing justice this time.

Baxter Dmitry

Baxter Dmitry

Baxter Dmitry is a writer at Your News Wire. He covers politics, business and entertainment. Speaking truth to power since he learned to talk, Baxter has travelled in over 80 countries and won arguments in every single one. Live without fear.
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