Spike in Military Flights Suggests Activity to Apprehend Election Fraud Fellons

Posted by: P. LaViolette
November 30, 2020
Updated: December 2, 2020

Below, you can watch the Brighteon Conversations interview with a man who goes by the name “Monkey Werx” which discuses military air traffic activity of flights whose purpose presumably is to apprehend individuals involved in the 2020 election fraud.


Here are some highlights from the interview:

  • Monkey Werx knows the tail numbers of private charter CIA airplanes used to ferry prisoners and newly-arrested persons who are held for interrogation.
  • He confirms that “rendition flights” are continuing right now at a very rapid pace, indicating many potential traitors are being interrogated either during flights or at black sites services by those flights.
  • He says that the pattern of increased military traffic is largely focused on the East Coast (D.C., GITMO, Florida, Virginia, etc.)
  • Reveals that many military refueling planes with transponders are being spotted on the flight tracking apps, indicating a very large presence of military fighter jets and bombers which require in-air refueling.
  • Anticipates a large military event may be drawing near, as large numbers of military cargo planes are moving around the country, apparently supplying military forces for action readiness.
  • Says that before Epstein was killed, there was a flurry of “rendition flights” activity likely involving people that Epstein was naming, before he “killed himself.”
  • Says that there are many “white hat” CIA people who are working with Trump to defend America and take down its enemies.
  • Believes that HUNDREDS of domestic, treasonous actors are being extracted, put onto flights and interrogated until they turn. This would underscore how Trump’s people are gathering up all the information that matters, enough to expose the entire Democrat crime syndicate.

More on the election fraud sting operationt came out more recently in Alex Jones’ interview of former agent Steve Pieczenik:


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