400+ ex-intelligence officers to investigate voting irregularities

More than 400 professionals from the Intelligence Community (IC), operatives, analysts, military, and law enforcement from the FBI, CIA, Military Intelligence, DIA, and National Security Agency (NSA)–including those from other countries–have established a network to examine 2020 election anomalies.



One of the network organizers is Robert Caron who formerly worked for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) as well as the Special Situation Group, an organization created by President George H. W. Bush.


Caron, recruited by the network in 2014, told The Epoch Times that the network is made up of "way over 400" individuals, each of whom "sees obvious election fraud based on their own observations."


“The fraud was so massive and so blatant, despite what the mainstream media said, that we need to get this information out to the public,” Caron said. “That’s why more and more people from the intelligence community and law enforcement are coming out, which is unheard of.”


Caron confirms that the mainstream media (MSM) controls the dissemination of information to the public, citing his firsthand experience with the phenomena in McAllen, Texas when President Trump toured the border wall back in January 2019.


Referring to a large crowd that had assembled in the street, Caron said that MSM tried to portray the group as anti-Trump. "A lot of people, because of what was told in the mainstream media, thought that all the people in the big crowd were the ones against the president," said Caron. "But no, they were the ones that were for the president."


According to Epoch Times, Caron said he personally asked the crowd what they thought and learned that the border wall "made their families feel safer," and was told that without the wall, various Mexican criminal organizations would cross the border and force their children to sell drugs.


One of the IC network’s current investigations focuses on foreign interference during the Nov. 3 election, with the Chinese Communist Party being a significant player, reports Epoch Times.

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