Port of Charleston
"secret moth-balled weapons that weren't even supposed to be on the base" were "loaded on trucks and the police said where are these going? Nobody's signing for it. The base commander simply gave orders and everybody knew that this was completely irregular and there had been a big controversy a few years before when this happened in Minot, North Dakota with cruise missiles..." "The truck drivers said all we're told is, this is going to South Carolina and we don't know where it goes from there."
The InfoWars video is below. What do you think about this? One of my thoughts is how desperately creepy Lindsey Graham is, trying to stay relevant in light of valid challenges to his senate seat.
Graham told reporters in Goose Creek on Tuesday that taking action against Syria in response to the situation is not a question of yes or no, but rather a question of bad or worse choices.
He says if there is no U.S. response, Iran will not believe America’s resolve to block Iran from developing nuclear weapons. Graham also says those nuclear weapons in the hands of terrorists could result in a bomb coming to Charleston Harbor.No surprise, you'll hear talk of "false flags" and "martial law" in the video below.
He says he’s working to convince South Carolinians weary of war that the situations in Syria and Iran are linked. Graham says Syria could destabilize the entire Middle East.