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INCREDIBLE: Ex-CIA Agent Claims Obama Had Breitbart and Clancy Killed


Dr. Jim Garrow

Dr. Jim Garrow
 
Here’s a good Conspiracy Theory I wish some corroboration would emerge to confirm. Dr. Jim Garrow (Here’s a good bio but disquieting photo – And HERE) claims he was a covert CIA agent and has knowledge that Obama ordered the stealth assassination of Andrew Breitbart and author Tom Clancy. The Tea Party Crusaders posted a story on this accusation by Dr. Garrow on February 22, 2015 but after doing some checking I discovered the Garrow accusation has been going on since at least 2013. I found the 2013 date on a skeptical Free Republic post. If you look at some of the headline titles from the Examiner.com Dr. Garrow does have the appearance of a way-way-out-there-in-left-field kind of guy. On the other hand Dr. Garrow was the runner-up to President Barack Hussein Obama in the Nobel Peace Prize in 2009. Dr. Garrow’s nomination is related to his book “THE PINK PAGODA: ONE MAN’S QUEST TO END GENDERCIDE IN CHINA” (Book Review – The Canadian). In relation to that book here is a 2011 book interview:
 
 
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Published: Dec 15, 2011
 
Hon. James David Manning, PhD interviews Dr. Jim Garrow on his new book “The Pink Pagoda.” Recorded on 13 December 2011. Go to http://atlah.org for more information.
 
At any rate Dr. Garrow is vilified by the Left and still is appreciated by Christian leaders and far as Conservatives go, I suspect the appreciation or lack thereof is related to the believability scale on Conspiracy Theory.
 
Without further ado here is the Tea Party Crusaders article doing what I do enjoy – vilifying the Liar-in-Chief.
 
JRH 2/25/15 (Hat Tip: Lilliane Parker)

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INCREDIBLE: Ex-CIA Agent Claims Obama Had Breitbart and Clancy Killed
 
February 22nd, 2015 at 12:22 AM
 
 Dr. J. Garrow, A. Breitbart & Tom Clancy
 
He has been featured on several media outlets throughout the world. Last Sunday, as a guest of Now the End Begins internet radio program however, he dropped a bombshell on the world. Dr. Garrow claims that up to a week ago he was covert CIA. To top it off on the program, he states he knows that President Obama ordered the hits that killed Tom Clancy and Andrew Breitbart!
 
According to Garrow …
 
Andrew Breitbart died under mysterious circumstances. The autopsy said that he died with no prescription drugs in his system and only a .04 blood alcohol content not days after taping an interview with the now also deceased “alleged” gay lover of President Barack H. Obama. So why if he died of natural causes did the FBI go after his widow for potential homicide?
 
Well according to Dr. Jim Garrow, Andrew Breitbart was not dead of natural causes. According to the interview, he was killed directly by the Obama Administration. Andrew Breitbart was known for his controversy against the administration and the news media. Several people believed he was killed including some of the main founders of http://www.breitbart.com in his memory.
 
Then there was Tom Clancy. Tom Clancy died last week at the age of 66. Although they say “natural causes”, the actual list of cause of death on his autopsy, cause of death unknown.
 
Tom Clancy once said:
 
I hang my hat on getting as many things right as I can. I’ve made up stuff that’s turned out to be real — that’s the spooky part.”-Tom Clancy to the New York Times

It is no secret when he wrote The Hunt for the Red October that he was met at the door by Pentagon officials and FBI agents demanding to know where he got top-secret documents.
 
Dr. Garrow states that after the incident, the CIA “spoon fed” him classified information and scenarios to write his novels in a manner that was entertaining but contained that ever needed element of truth. Dr. Garrow says that is why he was killed because he was getting to close to a secret they don’t want the world to know. In fact Dr. Garrow attributes the statement quoted above as “a little too late”.
 
Dr. Garrow states President Obama had Tom Clancy killed as well and noted that it takes 5 days for plant toxins and most poisons to break down and leave no traces in the human body. Amazingly enough, or coincidentally, the doctors did not perform an autopsy on Tom Clancy’s body for 5 days.
 
Finally he revealed a revelation so shocking to the radio program that can be best described in their own words:
 
Lastly, he revealed that Obama’s administration was made up of Marxist Muslims who all take their orders from Senior Adviser to the President, Iranian-born Valerie Jarrett.
 
Dr. Garrow said that it is well known to intelligence agencies all over the world that Obama is a foreign plant who was placed on the path to the presidency by ultra-rich Saudi nationals. This is why, Garrow said, that all of Obama’s education records have been permanently sealed.
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‘Smoking gun’ in Breitbart mystery video


BHO hugging Leftist Derrick Bell 1991

 

Some of the videos Andrew Breitbart spoke of at CPAC are now being made public. This is significant because there is a blogosphere thought that perhaps Breitbart was assassinated because the videos expose President Barack Hussein Obama as a liar in his 2008 campaign when he expressed there was no direct ties between himself and the radical Left.

 

WND has a report on the Breitbart videos that include a link to Sean Hannity discussing with Breitbart.com people about a media coverup. Later in that show Juan Williams (FOX News Liberal) and Michelle Malkin (FOX News Conservative) talk about the significance of the Breitbart videos. Malkin blasts Williams for pooh-poohing the video exposé.

 

VIDEO: Obama’s Mentor: ‘We Hid This Throughout 2008 Campaign’

 

 

VIDEO: (FOX News) Exclusive: Unedited Obama race video unveiled

 

 

JRH 3/8/12

Was Breitbart Assassinated to Cover-up Obama Exposé?


Andrew Breitbart CPAC 2012

 

 

John R. Houk

© March 2, 2012

 

Now here’s a Conspiracy Theory that if more conspiracy than theory should be enough for an impeachment and even a Senate conviction if the Dem Party continues in the majority.

 

 

Michael Savage is suggesting that Andrew Breitbart’s CPAC pronouncement that there are videos showing a closer tie to the Weather Underground couple of Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn.

 

Big deal, right? It is a free country and Obama is free to associate with whoever he chooses. Except maybe it would expose BHO as the liar that we Conservatives are well aware of. Exposing BHO as a liar of his past should be a problem in reelection and also open up the can of worms of validity of the Birther Movement.

 

Still if you are a Leftist Dem you might ask yourself: So what if Obama and the Weather Underground couple were more BFFs than Obama claimed?

 

Well here is Michael Savage’s suggestion is that Andrew Breitbart may have been clandestinely assassinated to prevent the release of videos that could damage BHO’s reelection.

 

Here is the WND report on Michael Savage’s radio broadcast that brings up the Conspiracy Theory.

 

Watch Andrew Breitbart’s Fiery CPAC Speech: I Have ‘College Days’

 

 

JRH 3/2/12

Conservative commentator Andrew Breitbart is dead at 43


Andrew Breitbart dead at 43

Andrew Breitbart has died. I am stunned!

 

JRH 3/1/12

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Conservative commentator Andrew Breitbart is dead at 43


By
FoxNews.com

Published March 01, 2012

 

Widely read conservative Internet publisher Andrew Breitbart, whose flare for battle with politicians and the mainstream media earned him a reputation as one of the nation’s most influential commentators, died Thursday.

 

The websites he founded ran a statement Thursday morning announcing that Breitbart, 43, died “unexpectedly from natural causes” in Los Angeles shortly after midnight. His attorney and editor-in-chief of those sites confirmed his death to Fox News.

“We have lost a husband, a father, a son, a brother, a dear friend, a patriot and a happy warrior,” the statement said. “Andrew lived boldly, so that we more timid souls would dare to live freely and fully, and fight for the fragile liberty he showed us how to love.”

 

·         Full Coverage: Andrew Breitbart

 

Breitbart was a prolific commentator who founded several websites devoted to covering politics, entertainment and everything in-between. Earlier in his career, he worked for the Drudge Report before breaking off to start his own outlets — including Big Government, Big Hollywood and Breitbart.tv.

 

The statement on his sites quoted the concluding passage from his book, Righteous Indignation.

 

“I love my job. I love fighting for what I believe in. I love having fun while doing it. I love reporting stories that the Complex refuses to report. I love fighting back, I love finding allies, and — famously — I enjoy making enemies. Three years ago, I was mostly a behind-the-scenes guy who linked to stuff on a very popular website. I always wondered what it would be like to enter the public realm to fight for what I believe in. I’ve lost friends, perhaps dozens. But I’ve gained hundreds, thousands — who knows? — of allies. At the end of the day, I can look at myself in the mirror, and I sleep very well at night,” Breitbart wrote.

 

The statement ended: “Andrew is at rest, yet the happy warrior lives on, in each of us.”

 

The Los Angeles coroner’s office said the preliminary evidence suggests a “cardiac event” led to his death. An autopsy is set for Friday.

 

Breitbart was walking near his house in the Brentwood neighborhood shortly after midnight Thursday when he collapsed, his father-in-law Orson Bean said.

 

Someone saw him fall and called paramedics, who tried to revive him. They rushed him to the emergency room at UCLA Medical Center, Bean said. Breitbart had suffered heart problems a year earlier, but Bean said he could not pinpoint what happened.

 

“I don’t know what to say. It’s devastating,” Bean told The Associated Press.

 

Those who knew and worked with him described Breitbart almost uniformly as “fearless,” sharply intelligent, witty and devoted to his work.

 

“He was the modern conservative iteration of a 1960’s radical,” conservative commentator Jonah Goldberg told Fox News, minutes after Breitbart’s death was reported.

 

“When I say he was the most fearless guy I ever knew, it really is true. I mean, he truly loved the fight,” he said.

 

Breitbart considered his charge to expose corruption, hypocrisy and media bias, and leveraged his network of websites to reach for that goal.

 

He was on the forefront of reporting several controversies, notably the salacious tweets former Rep. Anthony Weiner had sent to young women before his resignation.

 

Breitbart became embroiled in a controversy of his own, though, for his reporting on a web video of Agriculture Department employee Shirley Sherrod. The edited video appeared to show Sherrod making a racist comment, but the full tape later put the remark in context and made clear that Sherrod was actually talking about bridging racial differences. Sherrod was fired after the edited video surfaced, and later filed suit against Breitbart.

 

Breitbart, though, went on to report on one of the biggest congressional scandals of 2011 — the tweets sent by Weiner to young women he met online. The former New York congressman, who is married, adamantly denied the reports at first, before admitting to them in a tearful press conference and resigning.

 

One of Breitbart’s most memorable moments came when he commandeered the podium before Weiner’s final New York conference, holding court with reporters and demanding an apology from Weiner — while Weiner waited to attend his own press conference.

 

Goldberg recalled how one of Breitbart’s favorite pastimes was to retweet the nasty things other people said about him. “He considered it a badge of honor,” Goldberg said.

 

Breitbart’s final tweet, posted shortly before he was reported to have died, typified the combative and blunt tone he took with his online debaters. “I called you a putz cause I thought you were being intentionally disingenuous. If not I apologize,” he wrote to the individual he had been arguing with.

 

That individual, Lamar White, told FoxNews.com in an email that Breitbart was committed to the First Amendment and the “open and free exchange of ideas.”

 

“Although I disagreed with him profoundly on politics and policy, I will always respect and admire his tenacious wit and his willingness to engage others in provocative conversation,” White said.

 

News of Breitbart’s death reverberated on Capitol Hill and on the presidential campaign trail. Rick Santorum said he was “crestfallen.”

 

“What a powerful force,” Santorum said. “What a huge loss, in my opinion, for our country and certainly for the conservative movement.”

 

Breitbart is survived by his wife Susannah Bean Breitbart, 41, and four children.

 

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Conservative activist Andrew Breitbart dead at 43

 

By Alex Dobuzinskis

LOS ANGELES | Thu Mar 1, 2012 1:58pm EST

Reuters

 

(Reuters) – Conservative activist Andrew Breitbart, an influential voice in U.S. Republican politics known for his attacks on liberals and Democrats, died unexpectedly of natural causes in Los Angeles early on Thursday, his family said. He was 43.

 

Breitbart was walking last night near his Los Angeles home when he collapsed, said his father-in-law, actor Orson Bean.

 

“He collapsed on the sidewalk and the paramedics were there very quickly and they couldn’t revive him,” Bean told Reuters in a phone interview.

 

A friend of Breitbart told Reuters he had a history of heart problems and is believed to have suffered a heart attack.

 

The brash and outspoken blogger and commentator, who published politically inspired photos and undercover videos, was the center of several major news websites, including http://www.Breitbart.tv, http://www.breitbart.com and www.biggovernment.com.

 

Breitbart was a lightning rod who relished a role he cast for himself as an embattled conservative on the margins of the mainstream media he called “the Complex.” Even so, he gained fans as a frequent guest on television news shows.

 

His work helped spark a number of prominent news stories in recent years. Those included undercover videos posted on his website about ACORN, a grass-roots group that offered housing assistance and other aid to the poor, and his role in bringing to public attention a sexually suggestive photo that Democratic U.S. Representative Anthony Weiner of New York posted through his Twitter page. That scandal eventually led to Weiner’s resignation last year.

 

BROUGHT DOWN ACORN

 

In targeting ACORN, or the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, Breitbart posted videos in 2009 by conservative activists who secretly taped employees of the group giving tax advice to a couple posing as a pimp and a prostitute. The controversy led Congress to deny federal housing funds to ACORN, which disbanded in 2010. The former head of ACORN did not respond to an email seeking comment on Breitbart’s death.

 

Breitbart faced widespread criticism when in 2010 his website posted a heavily edited version of a speech by U.S. Department of Agriculture official Shirley Sherrod that led to her forced resignation.

 

Sherrod, who is black, said her bosses at USDA pushed her to resign after Breitbart posted portions of a video in which she seemed to say she had discriminated against a white farmer. But in the full video of the speech that Sherrod gave, she had in fact said race should not matter.

 

Breitbart mentioned the Sherrod controversy last night in one of his last Twitter messages, in response to a back-and-forth discussion with Web users in which one person suggested he should apologize to Sherrod. “Apologize for WHAT?” Breitbart wrote back.

 

Breitbart cut his teeth in the freewheeling world of online media as an editor of the Drudge Report, working in Los Angeles far from the Beltway of Washington, D.C. He also worked with blogger Arianna Huffington, playing an early role at the Huffington Post, which was founded in 2005.

 

Matt Drudge, founder of the Drudge Report, said in a message on his website on Thursday that he remembered Breitbart as “a constant source of energy, passion and commitment.”

 

“I still see him in my mind’s eye in Venice Beach (in Los Angeles), the sunny day I met him. He was in his mid 20s. It was all there. He had a wonderful, loving family and we all feel great sadness for them today,” Drudge wrote.

 

MEDICAL ISSUES

 

Amid suggestions that Breitbart had suffered a heart attack, Bean said he did not know Breitbart had any cardiac problems and the editor-in-chief of Breitbart.com declined to discuss any details about his health.

 

Breitbart was transported to a hospital where he was pronounced dead at 12:19 a.m. on Thursday, said Ed Winter, a spokesman for the Los Angeles Department of Coroner. An autopsy is tentatively scheduled for Friday. Winter declined to discuss any possible heart problems Breitbart might have suffered. “He had some medical issues, hadn’t seen a doctor in over a year and we don’t have his medical history yet,” Winter said.

 

“We have lost a husband, a father, a son, a brother, a dear friend, a patriot and a happy warrior. Andrew lived boldly, so that we more timid souls would dare to live freely and fully, and fight for the fragile liberty he showed us how to love,” a memorial page on Breitbart’s websites said. The message said Breitbart “passed away unexpectedly from natural causes.”

 

The leading Republican presidential candidates, conservative commentators and some liberals quickly reacted with sadness to Breitbart’s death.

 

“Ann and I are deeply saddened by the passing of @AndrewBreitbart: brilliant entrepreneur, fearless conservative, loving husband and father,” Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney said on his Twitter page.

 

A message from former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin posted on her Facebook page also praised Breitbart. “We are all stunned and saddened by the news of Andrew Breitbart’s passing,” she wrote. “Andrew was a warrior who stood on the side of what was right.”

 

Even ideological opponents praised Breitbart.

 

“Andrew Breitbart was a conservative political combatant who was unafraid of his critics,” tweeted Donna Brazile, Democratic Party strategist and former presidential campaign manager for Al Gore. “We battled on and off air, but he was a genius.”

 

In his book “Righteous Indignation,” Breitbart wrote: “I love my job. I love fighting for what I believe in. I love having fun while doing it. I love reporting stories that the Complex refuses to report. I love fighting back, I love finding allies, and – famously – I enjoy making enemies.”

 

“At the end of the day, I can look at myself in the mirror, and I sleep very well at night,” Breitbart wrote in the book.

 

(Additional reporting by Susan Heavey, Tim Gaynor and Mark Hosenball; Editing by Anthony Boadle)

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Conservative commentator Andrew Breitbart is dead at 43

 

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Conservative activist Andrew Breitbart dead at 43

 

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