Cyberwarfare

  • Peter Pry: December 29, 2020

    Russia apparently has executed the most sophisticated and potentially most dangerous cyber-attack in history on the U.S. Government and private sector, penetrating the defenses of even the Cyber and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)—that is supposed to be the chief guardian against such threats to U.S. critical infrastructures. For at least 9 months, cyber-spies roamed undetected through: the National Nuclear Security Administration (responsible for U.S. nuclear weapons); the Department of Energy and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (responsible for protecting national electric grids); defense contractors designing the nation’s most advanced weapons; and 18,000 other government and corporate victims. Still unknown is the scale and depth of the damage.
  • General Michael Flynn’s First Interview Since Pardon: “The President Has Clear Paths To Victory”; General McInerney: “Most Dangerous Situation Since The Civil War”

    Lieutenant General Michael Flynn (U.S. Army, Ret.) gave his first interview since receiving a pardon from President Trump during a special Friday evening broadcast of Worldview Weekend TV, hosted by Brannon Howse on November 27, 2020. The program also featured General Flynn’s friend Lt. Gen. Thomas Mcinerney (U.S. Air Force, Ret.) and investigative journalist and author Mary Fanning of The American Report.
  • Cyber-warfare, Team Trump, and the Unlawful Raid on Dennis Montgomery

    Brannon Howse: Welcome back. I want to clarify something, Gen. McInerney.  You said you just became aware of this last week, but what you're referring to is not the Hammer.  You've known about the Hammer a long time.  What was it you became aware of last week?

    Gen. Thomas McInerney:  I became aware that they were going to use it in the election.  I knew that they'd use it in the Russian hoax issues when I reported it in March of 2017, but that kind of drifted off my radar screen.  And then Mary let me know Sunday that they were going to use it, and then they talked about Scorecard, which I think Alan can discuss more in detail, but that they were going to use this and take the votes in the election.
  • Dennis Montgomery Deserves The Greatest Respect From The Whole Nation

    Gen. Thomas McInerney:  I became aware that they were going to use it in the election.  I knew that they'd use it in the Russian hoax issues when I reported it in March of 2017, but that kind of drifted off my radar screen.  And then Mary let me know Sunday that they were going to use it, and then they talked about Scorecard, which I think Alan can discuss more in detail, but that they were going to use this and take the votes in the election.

    It's just a cyberwarfare campaign, purely and simply.  They couldn't have won without it.  So they resurrected it, and that's what we're faced with today in alerting the system, 'cause the system didn't catch it.  Homeland Security did not catch this.  Dennis Montgomery caught this.  So that's very important.  Dennis is a world-class American statesman and deserves the greatest respect from the whole nation for what he has done.  Now we've just got to take it and implement it.