Wolf, Chad

Former DC lobbyist (2005-14) turned rogue Republican government official serving as the Acting Homeland Security Secretary who betrayed Trump by refusing to fire disgraced cybersecurity official Christopher Krebs, and betraying America by folding to the left-wing narrative to demonize white people, claiming that so-called “white supremacist extremists” are the real terrorist threat, and refusing to name ANTIFA and Black Lives Matter as the top domestic terror threats in the U.S.

“White supremacist extremists, from a lethality standpoint over the last two years, particularly when you look at 2018 and 2019, are certainly the most persistent and lethal threat when we talk about domestic violent extremists,” Wolf said while addressing senators – citing no figures to back his assertion up.

In addition to peddling deep state nonsense against white people, Wolf also parroted talking points about how the evil Rooskies are going to interfere in this election. He claimed that “Russia looks to denigrate former Vice President Biden” and that they are undermining U.S. elections. He seemed to give Iran and China a pass when addressing those hostile nations though…

The president’s administration has been subverted and is working to demonize white people for the globalists. The systemic hatred against white people is rising, and the Department of Homeland Security is fanning the flames of this hatred with nonsense.

Failure to Fire Krebs

Krebs effectively joined the Democrat vote steal by denying the extreme electoral irregularities that plagued the nation since the 2020 disputed election. Wolf refused to get rid of this man, showing where he stands during this crucial period.




The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) is a division of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) that, according their website, “invests in high-risk, high-payoff research programs to tackle some of the most difficult challenges of the agencies and disciplines in the Intelligence Community.” They collaborate across the intelligence community to ensure that research addresses relevant future needs. This cross-community focus ensures their ability to: (1) address cross-agency challenges, (2) leverage both operational and R&D expertise from across the IC, and (3) coordinate transition strategies with agency partners. IARPA does not have an operational mission and does not deploy technologies directly to the field. Instead, IARPA facilitates the transition of research results to IC customers for operational application.

IARPA is led by a distinguished group of accomplished scientists and researchers. It is modeled after the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), and was established in 2006 with the mandate to:

  • conduct cross-community research
  • target new opportunities and innovations
  • generate revolutionary capabilities

IARPA was tasked to accomplish these objectives by drawing upon the technical and operational expertise that resides within the intelligence agencies. This ensured IARPA’s programs will be uniquely designed to anticipate the long-term needs of, and provide research and technical capabilities for, the Intelligence Community.

Operation Vigilant Eagle

Described as a collaboration between the FBI and the Pentagon, it launched in February 2009, “two months before a memo giving a similar warning was issued on April 7 by the Department of Homeland Security.” Documents outlining the operation cite a surge in activity by white supremacists and “militia/sovereign-citizen extremist groups” as justification for listing veterans of the military as targeted ‘extremists’. As Infowars points out, the DHS document in question was originally created in 2007 under the Bush administration and dusted off and revised under the Obama administration. The Trojan horse operation could potentially provide means to confiscate or restrict guns from the most patriotic and highly trained potential resistance to tyranny. Continue Reading…