The Pentagon’s Missing TRILLIONS: What You Need to Know


Dr. Mark Skidmore of Michigan State University joins us to discuss his research with Catherine Austin Fitts into the $21 trillion in unaccounted transactions on the books of the US Department of Defence and the US Department of Housing and Urban Development.

James Corbett and Dr. Skidmore discuss what they know and don’t know about the subject, the Pentagon’s nonsensical and inadequate excuses for the debacle, the new accounting guideline that legally allows every department of the federal government to create fake and altered books for public consumption, the recent failed Pentagon audit, the government’s refusal to provide any information about the problem, the failure of congress to pursue the issue, and the failure of the press to report on it.

This is a fantastic interview that should be shared with EVERY American. This information is what should be in the mainstream vs the political theatre that most are being sucked into watching….but that’s up to YOU whether or not you will share this or not!

“People go to jail for possession of a plant, but trillions go missing and nothing to see here. The matrix is alive and well.” – Martha Duncan

Solari Report: $21 Trillion dollars is missing from the US government. That is $65,000 per person – as much as the national debt!

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