Lt. Gen. McInerney: There Were Casualties in Special Forces Raid to Get Servers From CIA Facility
By Luis Miguel November 29,2020
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Retired Air Force Lt. General Thomas McInerney, who served an illustrious career in top military positions and is a friend of Lt. General Mike Flynn, said during a bombshell interview that U.S. Special Forces were, in fact, involved in an operation to secure servers that contains crucial information to prove the reality of voter fraud in the 2020 election.
Speaking to WVW Broadcast Network on Saturday, right after the outlet heard from Flynn, McInerney said his sources told him the group of Special Forces raided the CIA-run server farm in Frankfurt, Germany.
“Special operations forces seized that facility, so they have those servers,” said McInerney, who is known for his high leadership positions under the secretary of defense and the vice president of the United States. “And they know all this data they are provided.”
“Did that go down without incident, by the way? Did that seizure go down without incident?” the WVW interviewer asked.
McInerney replied that “I’ve heard it didn’t go down without incident…. It’s just coming out, but I understand, my initial report is there were U.S. soldiers killed in that operation.