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Plausible Deniability Warfare



Plausible deniability is the ability to deny any involvement in an activity, because there is no clear evidence to prove involvement.


I'm going to suggest to you that many of the news events of the day are part of a war between the deep state and the White-hats.


It's an advanced and secretive style of warfare with both sides setting up operations that they can deny they had any involvement in.


A good example is the psychological operation of Qanon. This seems to be a positive operation from the White-hats, but one which they officially deny involvement in while giving plenty of hints that they are actually involved in it.


Mike Pence Claims He's Never Heard Of Qanon


Every time Trump talked about Qanon he said he doesn't know much about it.


Right...something that's been all over the news for the past few years that has millions of American supporters is something Trump and Pence are not aware of.


Give me a break!


Let's take a look at some recent events and then go into some breaking events that happened today to illustrate more examples of plausible deniability warfare.


Earthquakes just so happen to be destroying Iranian Nuclear facilities


The tandem earthquakes struck just hours after the country launched missiles at two U.S. military bases.


Cyber attack targets Critical US Pipeline infrastructure

The SolarWinds hack was 'the largest and most sophisticated attack the world has ever seen.'


The cyber raid identified in December exposed data from thousands of Wall Street's top companies and a handful of government agencies including the Treasury, Justice and Commerce departments.


That mysterious Beirut explosion probably targeted warheads depot.


One of the world's largest cargoships seems to have been remotely commandeered in a covert military op.


And now breaking news of how this covert warfare grabs the headlines.


Iran's Biggest Warship Mysteriously Catches Fire And Sinks

While there were no reports of casualties, the sinking of the Kharg marks the latest naval disaster for Iran following a 2020 incident that occurred during an Iranian military training exercise. At the time, a missile mistakenly struck a naval vessel near the port of Jask, killing 19 sailors and wounding 15.


Before that, in 2018, an Iranian navy destroyer sank in the Caspian Sea.


By the time I finished writing this article, hours after the ship sank, an oil refinery in Iran mysteriously went up in flames.


Just this week. Cyber Attack Targeting American Food Supply


So as you can see, there is a war happening. Enemies of the United States are seeking to shut down our critical infrastructure.


You can also see that the White-hats have been taking down Iranian warships, weapons depots, and nuclear facilities.


The elephant in the room is that COVID19 came from the only level 4 biolab in China and they refuse to let any investigators into the country. Sounds like they want to keep the conditions in place of plausible deniability.


I also believe mass shooters are usually false flag attacks coordinated by intelligence agencies worldwide. They also fit the description of plausible deniability warfare.


When the main stream media plays dumb or refuses to investigate something as obvious as the origin of COVID19 or election fraud, they always throw their hands in the air and say: "There's no way we could have known! There was no hard evidence! “


That's why they wont touch evidence such as the Hunter Biden laptop with a 10 ft pole. It ruins conditions for their warfare operation.


When you see a headline in the news, don't take it at face value. Consider using the mental model of plausible deniability warfare and things might start to make a lot more sense.


This is an excerpt of Sean Morgan's monologue from Episode 276 of Making Sense Of The Madness. Get more articles from Sean Morgan at http://SeanMorganReport.com

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