Skip to comments.It's over and NATO is finished | Redacted with Clayton Morris
Posted on 04/22/2023 4:41:51 PM PDT by Kazan
NATO is looking for a way out of Ukraine according to recent reports. These claims come on the heals of mysteriously timed document leaks showing the war in Ukraine is unwinnable for NATO unless it wants to launch WW3.
The news also follows recent independent reports showing that Russia just destroyed a heavily fortified underground bunker that housed over 300 top NATO and Ukrainian leaders. Why is the media silent on this story?
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How many times are you going to post this ridiculous garbage?
You sure know how to pick these guys.
Why isn’t anyone posting Macgregor anymore, or Scott Ritter for that matter?
If Clayton Morris says so it must be true!
Oh, he also predicted Russia would capture Kiev in two weeks.
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Clayton Morris (born December 31, 1976) is an American real estate investor and former television news anchor. He is also host of the Investing in Real Estate podcast along with YouTube channel Redacted.
After co-hosting The Daily Buzz and Good Day Philadelphia on Fox’s WTXF-TV, he was a co-host of Fox & Friends Weekend on Fox News Channel from 2008 to 2017. He covered consumer technology for Fox and hosted weekly technology segments for Fox News Radio and Fox News. On September 4, 2017, he left Fox News. His real estate ventures have been the subject of several lawsuits, including one filed by the state of Indiana.
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In March 2019, investors filed more than two dozen lawsuits in Indiana and New Jersey, claiming that Morris was running a Ponzi scheme involving the sales of some houses in C- and D-class neighborhoods that were marketed through his investment company, Morris Invest, in Indianapolis. The investors claimed they were sold rental properties which Morris Invest promised to rehabilitate and rent out, earning them rental income. These properties belonged to Bert Whalen. Some investors claimed that they later discovered the properties they received rental income from for several months were boarded up and vacant, and they began receiving city code and country health department violations. Others found they had purchased vacant lots, small shacks or buildings that were falling down.
Morris denied responsibility, asserting he referred investors to Whalen and that Whalen was responsible for managing the properties, even though many investors believed they were dealing directly with Morris. In November 2019, Whalen was indicted by a federal grand jury for defrauding investors; the indictment did not name Morris. Whalen pleaded guilty in March 2022.
Morris sued HoltonWiseTV in federal court in October 2019 for $7.2 million, alleging copyright infringement; the case stemmed from HoltonWiseTV’s production of a three-hour documentary investigating the alleged involvement of Morris in various real estate scams. In March 2020, Morris lost the suit.
In May 2020, the state of Indiana filed a civil lawsuit against Clayton Morris, among others, for violating Indiana’s deceptive sales and home loan acts in real estate deals involving more than 150 properties in Marion County.
His family initially planned to move to Pennsylvania in early 2019 but moved to Portugal later that year, with Natali Morris citing the “collective soul challenge” in their business as a reason to leave the country.
The family at the time had moved to the country on temporary visas to allow their children to attend schools overseas. The move to Portugal drew criticism from investors suing Morris at the time, who worried that his relocation could make it harder for them to retrieve damages if courts found in their favor
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Always Johnny at the rat hole with bad news and worse propaganda. Thanks for maintaining my ongoing expectations.
By next week: That killed over 3 billion American generals!
Come on folks: If even the Russians can’t even imagine you’re gullible enough to try to push the propaganda, it didn’t happen.
“The news also follows recent independent reports showing that Russia just destroyed a heavily fortified underground bunker that housed over 300 top NATO and Ukrainian leaders. Why is the media silent on this story?”
Because it didn’t happen. If so many NATO leaders were killed it would be HUGE news all over; and even the pro-Russia countries and news agencies would be reporting this 24/7.
LOL There are a lot more signs Russia is looking for a way out.
A real estate invester; a possible Ponzi scheme, and Fox & Friends, a definite background designed for expertise in secret military matters.
Is that a reference to the early January articles about that claim?
I don’t think NATO is going anywhere. I sincerely believe this has very little to do with Ukraine. Ukraine was just an opportune way for the globalists to bring their war to traditionalist Russia. Russia was not going to be as easily overthrown from within as traditional America was. The Russians understand this, as do the traditional societies flocking to BRICS+ for protection from the globalist threat. If we are fortunate enough to avoid globalist escalation into WWIII, we are locked into this new proxified Cold War for the duration. The alternative to generational Cold War or nuclear annihilation is Trump.
Here is some debunking of the “Russian forces used a Khinzal hypersonic missile to strike an underground NATO command center, killing up to 300 people including at least 40 high level foreign advisors” story.
“the war in Ukraine is unwinnable for NATO unless it wants to launch WW3.-
Putin would Nuke Ukraine before letting NATO on his doorstep. And y’all stop with “NATO is already there!”.
A NATO/West aligned Ukraine would be orders of magnitude more dangerous for Putin’s criminal enterprise than any tiny spots on the North Sea
NATO has got to be disbanded.
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