Frankfurt Server Shootout Story

Frankfurt Server Shootout Story — This might be the craziest story of the year. Yes, we know that’s saying a lot.

An alleged raid by US Army forces on a CIA server in Frankfurt, Germany was first brought up, Nov. 12, by Congressman Louie Gohmert (R-TX1) on Newsmax’s Chris Salcedo show. The raid allegedly occurred the weekend of Nov. 7. The servers contained data on the presidential election.

Attorney Sidney Powell cited hearing reports of the raid several times during the next week.

The first attempt at journalism concerning the alleged raid was by Adam Housley who tweeted on Nov. 21 that:

1/2 One of the claims by Powell I have looked into…the claim a location was raided in Germany with servers. I have 3 sources on this…all as solid as they come. Here is what I have found:

Frankfurt Server Shootout Story

2/2 1.There is/was a clandestine location in Frankfurt run by CIA used to monitor/manipulate elections around globe. 2.That location did have servers & a front company as cover. 3.I cannot confirm the location was tied to U.S. elections. 4. One source says raided, 2 don’t know

On Friday, the story fully swan-dived into the rabbit hole when Air Force Lt. Gen. (ret) Thomas McInerney declared on that not just the server farm existed, and the raid happened but there was a shootout between the military special operations forces and the CIA agents defending the server resulting in U.S. soldiers killed.

You can see it at the link below. The comments start at about the 43 minute mark.

By the way, McInerney says “kraken” referred to by Ms. Powell is not a mythological beast but the 305th Military Intelligence Battalion which uses it as its nickname.

Frankfurt Server Shootout Story

12 thoughts on “Frankfurt Server Shootout Story”

  1. I’m skeptical. “Alleged” is the key. There is still no confirmation that this actually happened.
    I’ve been searching German news sites (in German), and while I’ve found references to people mentioning this story, I haven’t yet found any primary source reporting the incident. Conversely, the US Army has denied that it took place.
    For example, searching at the Süddeutsche Zeitung’s website (southern Germany’s biggest daily, based in Munich), on keywords, “frankfurt” (the correct spelling; “Frankford” is a Philly neighborhood), “cia” and “server” returns 9 results, none of them about this story.
    DeutscheWelle, Germany’s biggest broadcaster to foreign audiences, has a story referencing this story, but again, not as a primary source, reporting the raid, but to report that people have brought it up.
    If this happened on German soil, I would expect that the Germans would have said something about such a violation of their sovereignty.
    Of course, a response to that is, “Do you think the Army and the CIA would admit it?” But without a confirmation, we’re sailing into George Noory/Clyde Lewis territory.
    Still looking for a primary source, in the meantime.

    1. Well, you really would have found nothing about it at SZ or DW. Virtually all media in Germany is anti-Trump and was staunchly so for the last 4 years.
      The coverage of the possible election fraud and Trump’s (&Co) efforts to prove ist is twisted either into vicious-laughable section (“mad king Trump”) or serious-contemplative section (“Trump is destroying the democracy”) – you really do not find anything else.
      The best example for the hypocrisy is the coverage of the “Russia collusion” where “serious” German media were highly excited about the Russian prostitutes and golden shower stories and yet refuse to see anything suspicious in Biden breaking nearly every pres. election rule of the last couple of decades…

    2. Word has it that the German gov’t green the operation a green light. If true, there’s no violation of sovereignty.

  2. Two thoughts on this. American news is not covering this. Germany may squelch it as well. Also a general would probably have the intell on an incident where soldiers died. Even a retired general. It’s a tight community.

  3. This could be true, but there is one big red flag for me. The 305th MI Battalion is a training unit for intel analysts. I was in that battalion for 9 months at Ft Huachuca straight after Basic Training.

    I think the Kraken thing was just a figure of speech by Powell.

  4. Seems unlikely that the U.S. Army would raid any site in Germany especially one run by the CIA. This just sounds like BS, as much as I would like to see real evidence of election fraud.

  5. Update: Col Phil Waldron in an interview with Patrick Byrne says he thinks the reports of a shootout were disinformation. He says, though, there was a Scytl server In Frankfurt, Germany, and that he reported it to Congressman Louis Gohmert after it raised a red flag with investigators. Gohmert brought the matter up with the White House after which the server went off line.

    Waldron says he has no idea what happened to it.

    You can see the interview here

    Note, that it is behind a pay wall.

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