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Alert: Spy Plane Caught Circling Above AZ Audit, OMG, The Owner Of The Plane Is …

Posted by $ Olduglycarl 1 week, 2 days ago to Government
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‘A spy plane was identified flying over the Maricopa County audit. What information are they after?

Sunday morning we were alerted to the fact that a plane was circling around the Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum last week. [] We followed up and found more information on this plane and additional information on other events where a plane circled the sky in a similar fashion. One such incident was in San Bernadino after the shooting spree by Islamic terrorists Farook and Malik.

This is one of those stories that sounds strange at first, but when you dig into it and really think about it, it makes perfect sense.

The audit has the potential to disrupt what we believe was a defacto coup, via a stolen election. If you don’t think the Intelligence Community, which did EVERYTHING in its power to overthrow President Trump … even before he was elected, is monitoring communications and electronic devices of participants of this audit, you are wrong.

We could determine that the bird that circled Phoenix near the Coliseum was the Police bird because it took off from Deer Valley Airport, where the police air support is located.

We then found out that there appears to have been several days of activity in and near the Arizona Coliseum by the police department using multiple aircraft.

CD Media picked up on this story and published a piece Sunday evening: BREAKING: Intelligence Surveillance Aircraft Has Been Circling AZ Audit Location And Collecting Information On American Citizens Working For Election Integrity

The PC-12 aircraft has full motion video capability and can vacuum up cell phone transmissions and follow the connection to the other end of the call to find out intelligence on the other party involved.

SOURCE URL: https://thebeltwayreport.com/2021/05/alert-spy-plane-caught-circling-above-az-audit-omg-the-owner-of-the-plane-is/


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  • Posted by term2 1 week, 1 day ago
    our government is our ENEMY in fact. It is to be treated that way in the future
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    • Posted by rhfinle 1 week, 1 day ago
      Edward Snowden was accused of treason for what amounted to giving government information to the people of the United States. Treason is defined as working for, or giving information to, an enemy of the Government. If what Snowden did was treason, well, I'll let you work out that obvious relationship. Hopefully, in a hundred years, Snowden will be up on Mt. Rushmore along with Trump, Reagan, and the other four guys.
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      • Posted by term2 1 week, 1 day ago
        I didnt think Trump was right to NOT pardon Snowden. Made me lose some respect for trump actually, along with his claiming the chinese paid for the tariffs he put on chinese imports (this is totally and completely a lie unfortunately- and I have checks covering duties we paid to the US government.
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        • Posted by $ 1 week, 1 day ago
          Hmmm, maybe we are looking at it from the wrong perspective?...or maybe not? I never got into the workings of tariffs, so I can't say much about it.

          Your statement carries weight with us here, though.
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          • Posted by term2 1 week, 1 day ago
            Tariff is a charge based on the invoice amount charged the buyer by the seller and payable to the US government before the goods are permitted to enter the US. In the case of china, the tariff rate is 25%. Buy something for $100 from china, and pay ANOTHER $25 to the US government or you cant get the product you ordered INTO the US.
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            • Posted by $ 1 week ago
              Isn't that the way it was in the beginning to encourage buying American.

              Was the founders way: Taxing exports so that other countries paid more?
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              • Posted by term2 1 week ago
                But trump taxed imports from China, so the importers paid the taxes
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                • Posted by $ 1 week ago
                  That is what I was referring to in the first statement...taxing imports in order to encourage buying American, or encouraging America to make those products.

                  The second statement is preferred only if we are the only ones producing a product in great demand.
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                  • Posted by JohnWesley 1 week ago
                    At the beginning of the U.S., the Government was meant to operate on tariffs. We have not been a free country since the income tax was put on the people. Just imagine how much better off the people would be if the Government had to operate off tariffs from imports.
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  • Posted by $ 1 week, 2 days ago
    OoooKaaa, are they the good guys or the bad guys?
    What City Police Dept has a freaking spy plane!

    Didn't have this story when I did the memes this past Sat, but I did start out with: PANIC IN AZ!
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  • Posted by $ AJAshinoff 1 week, 1 day ago
    These drones are nothing new in Phoenix, or Arizona for that matter, Here we have a large illegal alien issue which ties into gangs, drugs and prostitution. Just the amount of land that needs to be covered in this state necessitates the drone. Maricopa county, in which Phoenix resides, is huge (9,200 square miles (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maricop....

    Ducey denied Trumps request for security so maybe the drones are a discreet way for PhxPD to keep any eye on things with Ducey being seen as giving in to Trump.
    As for tech interference, I think this is about as low tech approach as you can get, which I approve of. hack UV lighting? Spy on phones of people coordinating a hand count?

    I have zero faith in government, politicians, and the large majority of sheeple (look for the muzzles) but I can't jump into this one knowing my state (even with the calif transplants).
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    • Posted by $ 1 week, 1 day ago
      Not surprised you have Drones but this one was a small Jet Plane...Ct, to date has neither but the State Police have Helicopters.
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      • Posted by rhfinle 1 week, 1 day ago
        A plane can stay in the area a lot longer than a drone or helicopter. I would guess it was running a Stingray which redirects cellphone activity through what amounts to an artificial cell tower. Wiretap warrants are not needed for those as it's radio, not phone lines. We ~should~ have been using this technology during the Portland, Seattle, Minneapolis riots to determining who was orchestrating them, but I suppose our government doesn't want that known. If they're eavesdropping on the audit, Biden & Co. are running scared and will go to any lengths to assure that it works out in their favor.
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      • Posted by $ AJAshinoff 1 week, 1 day ago
        We have non-commercial drones, larger and with more range. Remember, we have Luke Air force base nearby (about 20 miles from me) and Davis Monthan AFB down by Tucson (about 220 miles from me).
        I still wonder how you remotely hack a hand count?
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        • Posted by $ 1 week, 1 day ago
          I am sure their Little brains are workin on that in overtime!
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          • Posted by $ AJAshinoff 1 week ago
            I think you are missing what I'm saying, to my knowledge, and I'll admit its not complete, people are manually checking ballots with UV lights for watermarks and physically sorting them according to outcome, boxing them, and placing them, wrapped, in cages. Considering what occurred on election night, and the purpose of the company doing the audit, if there are computers they are not online or broadcasting/receiving WIFI.
            Being in IT nearly 30 years, and not claiming to know everything, its EXTRAORDINARILY unlikely that anything substantive could be gleaned electronically outside of listening in to progress reports made over cell phones or hacking video feeds (and I'm not even sure what they will get you).

            I think more is being read into this that what is actually occurring. AZ is not a blue state and I and literally EVERYONE I know is pissed beyond reason...and the large portion of us in Arizona are armed.
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            • Posted by $ 1 week ago
              I getcha...

              Actually, my thoughts were they will listen to phone calls from people inside the building that might let some cats out of the bag and then call in the antiF*cks and blms.
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  • Posted by Snakecane 1 week, 1 day ago
    Writing as an outsider, a Canadian, this incident doesn't seem to be a laughing matter although I do realize that sometimes we must laugh as a substitute for weeping in despair. Is domestic spying and surveillance legal in America? Surely these police officers, whether federal or local, would require a warrant and probably cause. What possibly could be probable cause to justify such a gross violation of privacy (and re-count security). Please help me on this, friends.
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    • Posted by $ Snezzy 1 week, 1 day ago
      My understanding of the Canadian bill of rights is that it is hollow. It applies unless Parliament says it does not. Furthermore, Provinces can apparently ignore it, as it applies only to Canada's Federal government.

      In earlier times the US Bill of Rights was regarded as absolute. For example, the words, "Congress shall make no law..." meant NO LAW. Now it seems possible for the President to make laws that the Congress cannot. Directive 10-289.
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      • Posted by Snakecane 1 week, 1 day ago
        You are correct, Snezzy. The Canadian bill of rights is hollow. It was designed to protect government from the people, and not so much to protect individuals from government. Ultimately, in Canada, there is little to protect Canadians from government predation.
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    • Posted by $ 1 week, 1 day ago
      You are correct, it seems it should be unlawful, The Az recount is Not a terrorist threat, it is an investigation as to whether or not terrorist or insurrectionist interfered in an election.

      This is why we are fighting the "Deep State"!
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