What They Didn’t Tell Us in 2023

As 2023 drew to a close and 2024 dawned, it’s interesting to reflect on some of the mysteries we might have thought would be solved during the year. We were led to believe that information would be forthcoming, but it was either released in tiny dribs and drabs or not at all.

Here are a few of the top mysteries I had hoped would be revealed before 2023 came to a close.

  • Who placed the pipe bombs at the RNC and DNC headquarters in Washington DC on Jan. 5, 2021, the day before the Capitol protest/riot? We saw video images of the suspect who seemed to be at the right place and time for the planting of the pipe bombs. We heard later that his/her vehicle had been identified. At a time when many hundreds of Capitol protesters had been identified with face recognition technology and cell phone location, why have we never found this person? Odd, isn’t it?
  • Who left the cocaine in the White House library? We were informed pretty quickly that there was no DNA on the little baggie containing the cocaine. And despite having video surveillance saturating the White House, there was no evidence as to who left the drugs behind. I’m guessing we will not learn anything new in 2024.
  • What does the government know that its not telling us about extraterrestrial life? When Donald Trump was president, he promised to de-classify reams of data about UFOs, including information about life forms. Some data was released, but nothing spectacular. Since then we’ve had other sightings that have been recorded on video, such as the ‘tic tac’ craft and, more recently, the ‘squid’ craft. But no little green men. This year, perhaps?
  • Who was Ray Epps? Just recently, Mr. Epps received a one-year probation sentence for his participation in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot where he appeared on tape to be a ringleader and provocateur. Other, passive members of the crowd have since been convicted and sentenced to months in prison. Why the leniency for Mr. Epps? Was he a federal operative as some have asserted? Will we ever know the full story?
  • Who killed Jeffrey Epstein and who are his clients? There is compelling evidence that Mr. Epstein was murdered in his jail cell and did not commit suicide. There doesn’t appear to be any further investigation underway. Mr. Epstein’s brother – his only living blood relative – has not been provided with documentation he has requested regarding Mr. Epstein’s state when he was discovered (evidence suggests he was dead upon discovery); how he was transported off prison grounds; what happened at the hospital; and the nature of the autopsy. So many valid questions. And then there are the lists of clients. Some details have been released in dribs and drabs recently, but where is the comprehensive list? Witnesses have stated on the record that ‘clients’ were videotaped in St. Thomas and Manhattan. Should we assume that the FBI has those tapes and knows exactly who was involved in child trafficking? Will we ever know?
  • And finally – for now at least – is the whole story about Jan. 6 and how federal agents might have been involved in turning a peaceful protest into a riot. It seems clear the DOJ is withholding information that might affect criminal cases against protesters. They are hiding the facts ‘for our own good.’ And since there is no longer an aggressive mainstream media to investigate and report potential wrongdoing by the government, we will probably never know the truth.

All of the above begs the question: What empowers the government to hide information from the American people, whom the government is supposed to serve? When and how did we allow the government to seize such power and treat citizens like subjects? Will Americans do anything to reverse this trend? Let’s see what 2024 brings.

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