Israel Accused of Spying on The Trump White House And The U.S. Army Intelligence Analyst Training Base At Fort Huachuca
Last Updated on November 28, 2023
Israel has been repeatedly accused of spying on the United States. Israel has been accused of spying on the Donald Trump White House and also spying on the U.S. army’s intelligence analyst training base at Fort Huachuca in Arizona. These disturbing allegations should make American politicians think twice before approving more billions of dollars in wartime aid to Israel. Republican Speaker Mike Johnson and the GOP caucus recently signed off on more than $14 billion in new funding for Israel but Biden hasn’t signed off on either Israel or Ukraine funding.
Current Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu stood accused of spying on President Donald Trump. That’s right. When U.S. senior officials told Politico back in 2019 that the Israelis planted “StingRay” cell phone surveillance gadgets in the general area of the White House (the kind of gadgets that pretend to be fake cell phone towers to steal cell phone user data) Netanyahu denied the claim. But Netanyahu was a White House guest during the time parameters of the Politico report. I remember the incident well.
An ex-U.S. Army intelligence analyst and Afghanistan War veteran named Cody R. told me the following story, with the promise that he was telling the hand-on-Bible truth.
Whistleblower Cody R. told me: “In early 2012 I did my basic training at Fort Jackson, SC. After finishing Basic Combat Training (BCT) I was sent to Fort Huachuca, AZ to begin training as an intelligence analyst (35F at the time).
Every Army base has a town next to it, this one is called Sierra Vista and it has a crappy little mall. Well after enough time in training you’re allowed to leave the base during the weekend as long as your back for evening and Sunday counts. Lots of soldiers hang out at the mall. All malls have those little kiosks that sell sunglasses and cheap jewelry and stuff.
Well at some point a laptop kiosk became a thing at the Sierra Vista mall. These laptops were the real expensive for the time. Somewhere between $800 and $1700. These laptops were however being sold at “deals” to service members for hundreds of dollars less the retail value. (It’s pretty easy to pick out service members, the hair, glasses, tan lines on wrists and age).
Well at some point it became knowledge on base about these laptops and that set off some bells and whistles in senior leadership. CID was dispatched to investigate. What did they find? These computer kiosk salesmen were Mossad Operatives and the laptops had software and hardware installed to spy. You could reinstall the software but the chips hardwired reinstalled and still gave them access to the keyboard, microphone, webcam and screen. Think about it, soldiers often take their laptops on deployment and OPSEC is often preached but isn’t always followed. There is the Israel I know.”
(Whistleblower Cody R.’s statement concludes)