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Part II-Obama worried about second White House term


California Senator Dianne Feinstein (D) before speaking to audience Photo by Joseph Earnest


by Joseph Earnest  November 22, 2012  


Newscast Media WASHINGTON, D.C.The psychological warfare being waged by the military is something beyond what the Chicago machine had ever imagined.  Military operatives live by certain codes—they value honor, duty, country and will protect the Constitution at any cost. There is no such thing as a former Marine or former Navy SEAL, once a Marine, always a Marine.  The same is true for SEALs.


Before we tackle the military's role in what observers perceive as a clandestine operation in the making, the lead role that Senator Dianne Feinstein has undertaken to expose the truth about Benghazi has to be addressed.


Both Feinstein and Obama have been at odds since he assumed the presidency in 2008. One of Dianne Feinstein's adivisors Hank Morris was investigated for fraud and had over 120 charges thrown at him by New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, and is eventually locked up in jail. (pop-up)


Meanwhile Dianne Feinstein who is the most powerful senator in California was also facing investigations about ethics violations relating to fraud. (pop-up)


At the time, Kam Kuwata, an advisor and political strategist for Dianne Feinstein, who played a key role in helping Obama ascend to the presidency, begins to question what he perceived to be illegal donations to the Obama campaign. He would later on switch sides in the race for California's Attorney General in 2010, and support a candidate Rocky Delgadillo, who opposed Obama's choice candidate Kamala Harris.(pop-up)


Kuwata apparently wants to support a candidate, who upon winning the AG position, would investigate the illegal donations that bothered Kuwata. Hank Morris who had been arrested was also a business partner with Kam Kuwata, and a friend, since they both were advisors to Senator Feinstein as detailed in this chart by the New York Daily News. (pop-up)


Kam Kuwata's candidate loses the race to Kamala Harris, and several months later, Kuwata disappears, then is later reported dead. The mysterious circumstances of his death have never been discovered. (pop-up)


Feinstein begins to put two and two together. First her advisor Hank Morris is thrown in jail.  She is investigated for ethics violations. Her longtime friend and advisor Kam Kuwata who worked so hard to oppose Obama's candidate disappears for two weeks and is found dead. She realizes it's on!  At a memorial service for her friend Kam, Feinstein makes a profound statement: "No one knows when. No one knows who. No one know why, " Feinstein says. She meant the death was a mystery and nobody knows when, who or why.  Yet her following statement is a revelation that she might know "why" it happened.


In a show of defiance, meant to out-alpha Barack Obama, Dianne Feinstein tells the group of friends in Santa Monica who attended the memorial, that she had to keep a lot of secrets as the chairwoman of the Intelligence Committee, but she added, she was going to share one secret: "At 7:30 PM tonight," she said, "the president is going to come on television to announce Osama Bin Laden had been killed," she said. The conversation was reported by the LA Times. (pop-up)


It was no coincidence that Feinstein chose to hold the memorial of her friend on the same day she knew Obama would make the Bin Laden announcement.  Many believe it was no mistake that she also chose to bypass Obama, and was the first to announce the Bin Laden news.  Observers have concluded that her deliberate act was a message-job to the White House to back off.  Feinstein of course knows a lot more since she handles intelligence files everyday, and because Obama wanted to look like the hero who captured Bin Laden, he did not want to pick a fight with a senior senator.


Incidentally, FOX News announced over a decade ago on December 26, 2001 that Bin Laden had died of kidney failure and was buried. (pop-up)


A month later Pakistani's Musharraf confirms the FOX announcement then goes on CNN and says, "I think now, frankly, he is dead for the reason he is a ... kidney patient." (pop-up)


In early 2002, the New York Times also asserted that Bin Laden had died in 2001, in an article that read in part: "Osama bin Laden is dead. The news first came from sources in Afghanistan and Pakistan almost six months ago: the fugitive died in December and was buried in the mountains of southeast Afghanistan." (pop-up)


With all major news agencies announcing that OBL died over a decade ago, it would be in order to deduce that Feinstein does have access to the truth and source of this information about Osama bin Laden's first death.


Feinstein then took the offensive, and exposed an operative who was a treasurer for a group in California called "Californians for Obama". Kinde Durkee a former California campaign treasurer was subsequently arrested by the FBI for theft of up to $700,000 of Feinstein's money, and was charged with fraud for embezzling $7,000,000 million. The arrest came only four months after Kuwata's memorial. (pop-up)


This was a victory for not only Feinstein, but other clients who had been embezzled by Ms. Durkee. *Click here to view or download the FBI federal lawsuit. (pop-up)


With a history of being at loggerheads with the Obama administration, Feinstein, joined forces with military agents, John McCain being the most visible, and launched an investigation on the Benghazi murder of Christopher Stevens. What worries Obama? Why did he cry on election night? Find out in PART III-Obama worries>>


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Part III-Barack Obama worried about military operatives' plan







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