Moore, a journalist who has worked for intel agencies such as the FBI and DEA as well as the White House and private clients, said that the information he got from the unnamed congressman had been delivered to the FBI in the late 1990s or early 2000s, but they did nothing about it – which he believes is because other high-ranking people profited from it.
A lot of the information he discusses was touched upon in The Cox Report, also known as the Report of the Select Committee on U.S. National Security and Military/Commercial Concerns with the People’s Republic of China, a classified government document that outlines China's covert operations in the U.S. during the ‘80s and ‘90s.
It contained several serious allegations about nuclear weapons and China that dovetail with what Moore shared. It said that China stole the design information related to the seven most advanced thermonuclear weapons in the U.S. arsenal, and that this helped them to accelerate their own nuclear weapon development.
It also said that their upcoming nuclear weapons would use design elements stolen from the U.S. and could have comparable efficacy. According to the report, “PRC penetration of our national nuclear weapons laboratories spans at least the past several decades and almost certainly continues today. The PRC has stolen or otherwise illegally obtained U.S. missile and space technology that improves PRC military and intelligence capabilities.”
Moore said that the impassioned speech given by Republican Senator James Inhofe of Oklahoma on the Senate floor in March 1999 in which he talked about Clinton’s responsibility for the scandal was a type of front game, placing pressure on the FBI and DOJ to see if they would act, knowing that the media would be reporting on what he said in his speech.
Inhofe stated that the Clinton Administration undermined U.S. national security in pursuit of its “misguided foreign policies and self-serving domestic political agendas.”
He said that the theft of the W-88 nuclear warhead was “a story with life and death implications for millions of Americans,” and he explained how Clinton was directly responsible for covering it up.
The W-88 design information was stolen in the late 1980s, but the theft was discovered in 1995 under the Clinton administration, who covered it up from Congress and the population.
He also said that Clinton signed waivers that allowed the aerospace company of his top campaign fundraiser to transfer American missile guidance technology to China.
Perhaps most disturbingly, he said that Clinton “single-handedly” put a halt to the deployment of a national missile defense system, thereby exposing everyone in the country to a missile attack and leaving us with no defense to an intercontinental ballistic missile.
He also talked about how Clinton approved changing the licensing authority for high technology like satellites from the State Department to the Commerce Department, going against advice from his Secretaries of Defense and State at the time. This made it easier for China to get its hands on U.S. missile technology.
As an interesting aside, Moore points out that this put the responsibility under the control of Clinton’s then-Secretary of Commerce Ron Brown, who was investigated for corruption and had been threatening to testify against Clinton when he was killed in a mysterious 1996 plane crash in Croatia. He believes he was probably about to talk about what he knew or was already doing so when the convenient accident took place.
Inhofe also spoke a few months later in a second speech about topics that coincide with some of the other intel Moore has received. Inhofe continued pressing his case to the public and the media since they were still not getting anywhere with the FBI and DOJ.
In that speech, he talked about how Clinton and Gore helped China to enhance its nuclear payload delivery systems by transferring legacy codes to China with data on 50 years of our nuclear weapon testing and development. He also talked about the theft of some “classified” information relating to thermonuclear weapons that the Clinton administration determined can’t even be made public. It is scary to imagine what that could be about considering what has been made public.
Of course, by helping China, Clinton was also helping North Korea and Iran as China duplicated the technology and weapons and sold it to these rogue nations. In other words, Moore says, we have the Clinton administration to thank for the threats we face from these countries today.
You can hear more details about the FBI protection racket and the involvement of Robert Mueller, Louis Freeh and James Comey in episode 28 of the Thomas Paine podcast here.
While the media continues to act like Russia is such a big threat to our nation, Moore maintains that China is the real threat. Clinton essentially sold the U.S. out to China, he says, allowing a major enemy of America to acquire missile and nuclear technology that could well be used against us by China or one of the countries they shared it with, and no one has ever been truly held accountable for it.
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