Judge Jeanine tonight said there are only 13 people with name Nikolas Cruz in this country
Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein on Feb. 16 announced the indictment of 13 Russians this is only 2 days after the shooting in Parkland Florida
The first iteration of Soviet military intelligence was founded in November 1918, but it was not until April 1921 that the body which would become the GRU was formed. Known as the Razvedupr, short for intelligence directorate, or the Fourth Directorate, it was not officially called the GRU until February 16, 1942, a name it carries till this day. Tasked with primarily gathering military-related intelligence, the GRU has often defined this in the broadest sense, gathering political, strategic, economic, and technological information. In addition to running networks of agents, GRU also controls military and naval attaches at Russian embassies, and has extensive paramilitary capabilities.
The Shooting at the NSA headquarters happened on February 14th
The shooting at the high school in Parkland Florida happened on February 14 the 45th day of the year
Trump is the 45th President🤔
A hearing on Russian sanctions took place on February 14, 2018
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says he will, “in the near future,” issue new sanctions against wealthy Russians in retaliation for Moscow’s meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
We are actively working on those sanctions,” Mnuchin told the Senate Finance Committee during a hearing on February 14, 2018 “You should expect them in the near future.”
Senator Bill Nelson of Florida is a senior member of the finance committee
Comey wrote a memo for his files describing the meeting with Trump, which took place on Feb. 14, according to the article. That would be the day after Trump fired Flynn from his White House job. Two people who had read the memo described its contents, the newspaper said.
“I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go,” Trump told Comey, according to the article. “He is a good guy. I hope you can let this go.”
April 20, 2018 Parkland students will protest
April 20, 1999 Columbine 13 deaths plus the 2 gunmen
Vladimir Lenin was born on April 20, 1870 Adolf Hitler was also born on April 20th
Harriman, Marshall, Truman, Acheson
Averell Harriman, George Marshall, Harry Truman, Dean Acheson
On April 17, four days after Roosevelt’s death, Harriman set out from Moscow in a Liberator bomber which had been modified for VIP travel. Harriman proceeded via southern Europe, the Mediterranean, North Africa, and the Azores. On this trip Harriman literally established a new record for flight time between Moscow and Washington – he made the trip in a little more than 48 hours. On the morning of April 20, Harriman briefed a staff conference at the State Department. He called for the United States “to eliminate fear in our dealings with the Soviet Union and to show we are determined to maintain our position.”
One way to present a stronger front to the USSR, Harriman suggested, was quickly to settle any American disputes with Britain and France. For him, this meant selling out to British demands all along the line.
Harriman now had to brief Truman. As one of the most thorough chroniclers of the Cold War put it, “No one did more to shape Truman’s views than Harriman himself.” Later on April 20, Harriman rushed to the White House for his meeting with Truman. The meeting was attended by Truman, Harriman, Secretary of State Stettinius, and Undersecretary of State Joseph C. Grew. Harriman’s briefing pursued a double line of attack. The first was the repeated theme that Stalin was violating the Yalta accords. “Some of Stalin’s advisers,” Harriman later said he had told Truman, “…had persuaded him that he could do pretty much as he pleased in Eastern Europe without challenge from the United States.” [Harriman, Special Envoy,
the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims.