The Shadow Gate saga keeps getting more bizarre. Now Alex Jones is distancing himself from Millie Weaver, the InfoWars free-lancer who served as executive producer, writer and host of the Deep State documentary. Jones hasn’t dropped the film, though, like YouTube did.
Here, Lift the Veil brings us up to date on the charges filed against Weaver. None involved the release of the film. All came about from a domestic dispute that occurred in April with her mother, Felicia McCarron, a California real estate agent, who came to live for a spell at the Portage County, Ohio, home that Weaver shares with her husband, Gavin Wince, and a brother, Charlie Weaver. Those two also were arrested. While the arrests supposedly had nothing to do with the film, they occurred on the day the film was scheduled to be released, leaving one to ponder.
And simultaneously, in North Dakota, state Attorney General’s charges also were being brought to bear against Tore Says, one of the whistleblowers interviewed in the film. Apparently, her full name is Terpsehore Maras Lindeman. Again, these charges were not related to Shadow Gate, except the timing.
Given the number of charges and their timing, you could reasonably conclude that the Deep State meant to silence these individuals. To compound the mysteries, Lift the Veil also found child sexual abuse charges being brought against Tore’s husband, Barry Mervyn Lindeman. This is quite the web. How much deeper will this story go?
Has Alex Jones left Millie Weaver for Roger Stone? Jason Bermas explores the rapidly-evolving Shadow Gate fallout. Hard to say how it will end or where it might lead.
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