Federal Authorities to Investigate Alleged Energy Weapon Attack near the White House

Federal authorities are investigating alleged energy weapons being used on US soil twice, including one incident near the White House last November.

The November incident allegedly made one National Security Council official sick while a White House official experienced the same in 2019 in a Washington, DC suburb.

In both cases, the victims reported similar symptoms to those experienced by CIA and State Department personnel who experienced the “Havana syndrome.” 

The “Havana syndrome” was first observed in US personnel deployed to Cuba in 2016 who experienced ear-popping, vertigo, pounding headaches, and nausea which was sometimes accompanied by an unidentified “piercing directional noise.”

Aside from Cuba, similar incidents involving US personnel in Russia, and China have been reported.

Both incidents could not be explained by the Pentagon and other agencies but caused alarm due to the proximity of the attacks to the White House. 

Pentagon spokesperson John Kirby announced that they are not ready to discuss reports about suspected attacks by alleged direct-energy weapons against the US military.

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