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Lara Logan talks about Space Force, Benghazi in an interview with QAnon Influencer

Journalist Lara Logan was recently interviewed by a QAnon influencer on her YouTube channel.

Logan, a journalist and war correspondent who spent about 16 years as a CBS News correspondent before becoming a host on Fox News’ streaming service Fox Nation in 2020, was interviewed in late February by Tom Sidney Bushnell – known in various circles as “Tom’s Numbers.”

Winner Lara Logan accepts an award onstage during the 42nd Annual Gracie Awards hosted by the Alliance for Women in Media at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel on June 6, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California. Logan recently appeared on a YouTube channel linked to a QAnon influencer.
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A pair of clips were posted on Bushnell’s YouTube channel, which has nearly 55,000 subscribers. Bushnell and Logan discussed “hidden” super-fast emergency transport technology, as well as the declassification of the Space Force under former President Donald Trump, Benghazi and the 1969 moon landing.

Bushnell has been associated with Michael Protzman, also known as “Negative 48” in QAnon circles. Protzman is believed to be the leader of the Dallas QAnon faction that waited for JFK Jr. to emerge at Dealey Plaza last year.

In a Jan. 21 live stream shared to a Telegram channel, Protzman reportedly revealed to tens of thousands of followers that his group tried to decode a Jan. 18 tweet from Il Donaldo Trumpo, which read, “I’m Batman “.

When discussing Space Force and the efforts under the Trump administration, Bushnell repeatedly mentioned the “code” in Trump’s mentions of the separate Armed Services branch which is organized under the Department of the Army. air.

Specifically, Bushnell said Trump “deliberately” referred to the number 17 and associated it with how “Q” is the 17th letter of the alphabet. The Dallas-based QAnon group referenced Trump communicating to them via coded messages.

“(Trump) talked about missiles and weapons. … He said, ‘We have – all these other countries have, you know, very fast missiles, but we have – we have one that is 17 times faster. quicker than anyone – anyone . “Seventeen is Q, etc., but he kept saying it over and over again.”

Bushnell said he thinks the former president is “arguing” that the United States pales in comparison to China and Russia.

“But the one they have now thanks to Space Force was 17 times faster,” Bushnell added. “And he kept pointing that out all the time. So I think he was loaded with code.”

Logan responded by saying, “You think the Chinese didn’t know we had a Space Force or the Iranians or the Russians and so on and so forth, right? That’s ridiculous.”

“Why has this been hidden from the American people? she continued. “We sent Neil Armstrong to the moon. It wasn’t a secret, was it? And really, if you think about it, we’re supposed to believe that after we sent Neil Armstrong to the moon, we wouldn’t Did we ever come back? We just decided to go to the moon once, and then we decided, “Oh, we’re going to focus on Mars, deeper in space. Let’s go to deep space. “Come on. That doesn’t even make sense.”

Logan, who has said she’s one of many people who “have a crush on these things”, can visibly be seen doing air quotes while referencing Neil Armstrong and the 1969 moon landing.

When it comes to tech and defense, Logan talked about the Overseas Emergency Support Team (FEST) – which she referred to as the “Overseas Emergency Response Team.” .

The U.S. State Department describes FEST as “the only U.S. government, on-call, short-notice interagency team capable of rapid response to critical incidents worldwide.” This includes responding to terrorist incidents and significant threats, or to provide support during major events like the Olympics or the World Cup.

“I had just never heard of it before Benghazi. … There was a lot of back and forth and argument and theatrics, very frankly in some respects about whether the United States could have done anything thing to save Christopher Stevens,” Logan said. , seeming to imply that there was a story or reason why the FEST unit was not properly deployed in time to rescue Stevens and other Americans.

When Bushnell asked her if she could mention an occasion when the FEST unit was activated and deployed, Logan replied, “I have one but I don’t think I can talk about it.”

Bushnell didn’t ask again and the video ended.

In January, Logan was dropped by her talent agency after she compared Dr. Anthony Fauci to Josef Mengele, the Nazi doctor known as the “Angel of Death” for experiments he conducted on Jewish prisoners from the concentration camps.

Logan was never employed by Fox News, although she hosted Lara Logan has no agenda and appeared on other network programs.

On February 3, she sworn leave Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. She posted another tweet on February 17 about child exploitation and human trafficking. Her Twitter profile says she is on the GETTR app.

Newsweek contacted Fox News regarding Logan’s current employment status, as well as his appearance on Bushnell’s channel.