CDC Deputy Director Arrested for Covid Crimes
By Michael Baxter
February 2, 2023
United States Marines on Tuesday arrested CDC Deputy Director Tom Shimabukuro on treason charges after obtaining a military arrest warrant attesting that U.S. Army Cyber Command had intercepted a phone call on which he admitted Covid-19 vaccines were still sickening and killing American citizens.
A source in Gen. Eric M. Smith’s office told Real Raw News that Cyber Command tapped Shimabukuro’s phones last November after CDC Director Rochelle Walensky avoided arrest by fleeing the U.S. for Brussels. White Hats, he added, were confident a despotic Walensky would assert control over the agency from afar and keep in touch with her right-hand man.
“She’s an authoritarian. She wasn’t about to cede control of a criminal agency she helped build into what it is today. To do that, she’d have to stay in contact with Atlanta,” our source said of Walensky.
Cyber Command used “unconventional” means to tap lines in the CDC’s Atlanta headquarters and three personal telephone numbers registered to Shimabukuro. They also “trapped” his known email addresses.
The digital surveillance, however, was meant to monitor Walensky, not Shimabukuro—White Hats had hoped to learn whether Walensky was slipping in and out of the U.S. undetected and, if so, devise a plan to catch her. Until last week, the most damning evidence against Shimabukuro, who heads the Immunization Safety Office, was his part in the ubiquitous censoring of medical professionals who challenged the CDC narrative.
According to our source, Cyber Command intercepted several coded emails and voice calls between the despicable pair. They communicated in indecipherable, unintelligent gibberish, often discussing favorite pets, the weather, preferred soft drinks and candy bars, and other nonsensical topics, ostensibly to hide the true nature of their dialogues.
“The guys at Cyber Command are damn good at cracking ciphers, but in this case, they were stymied. In January, their calls got a bit more frequent. And Shimabukuro sounded more and more nervous. Something was off. No one sounds frightened talking about how they like Coca-Cola and not Pepsi,” our source said.
On a January 8 call, a noticeably agitated Shimabukuro seemed to have difficulty comprehending whatever Walensky, speaking in code, was trying to convey to him and at one point in the call forwent the coded gibberish.
“Why can’t I come to you? It’s getting warm here,” he said, prompting Walensky to end the call.
“He was having problems understanding her gobbledygook, like he forgot how to interpret it or they hadn’t rehearsed it enough,” our source said.
On a January 18 call, Shimabukuro went full meltdown, saying in English, “…The House is going to know that we know vaccines have caused irreparable harm to over 500,000 people. When they find out, I’m fu**** while you’re safe. You promised we’d be protected, that I’d be protected.”
“You idiot,” Walensky replied and hung up.
Cyber Command sent Shimabukuro’s admission of guilt to both Gen. Smith and Vice Adm. Darse E. Crandall, who agreed the confession constituted an act of treason, for it contradicted the regime’s claims that vaccines cause side effects in only 0.0028% of vaccinated people. Moreover, it proved that Walensky and Shimabukuro partook in a robust conspiracy to deceive the American public into believing vaccines were safe and effective.
Vice Adm. Crandall signed an arrest warrant, and Marines under Gen. Smith’s command began shadowing Shimabukuro, learning his habits and daily routines.
On January 31, Marines arrested Shimabukuro near his Atlanta home, as he was driving to CDC headquarters.
“Shimabukuro didn’t resist, didn’t protest. In fact, he almost seemed relieved. I don’t know what he told investigators, but he seems the kind of guy who’ll try to strike a deal, if one is offered to him. We want Walensky, but he’s a good start,” our source said.