Clintons Waco Slaughter April 19th, 1993 – 25th Anniversary


 

For today’s Saturday’s “whatever happened”  I will give you the 25th anniversary of the Waco slaughter this week.

On April 19, 1993, the F.B.I. finished off its siege of the Branch Davidians’ home just outside Waco, Texas, by pumping poisonous and flammable C.S. gas into a room filled with women and children, driving a tank through the wall, throwing incendiary devices at the survivors. Who and what started the fire has been in dispute.

Surly there was a better way than to slaughter men, women and children, more than 80. And the Clinton’s managed to get by without any MSM condemnation, blaming it all on his Attorney General who got by without a nick and later ran for Governor of Florida. Waco and Ruby Ridge are what were the sentinel moments in our nation’s conscience. A Government could turn on its people. The story of the shadowy figure called Hillary Clinton and her role in all of this is included.

 

 

 

 

 

The Waco siege was a siege of a compound belonging to the religious group Branch Davidians by American federal and Texas state law enforcement and military between February 28 and April 19, 1993. The group was suspected of weapons violations and a search and arrest warrant was obtained by the ATF. The incident began when the ATF attempted to raid the ranch. An intense gun battle erupted, resulting in the deaths of four agents and six Branch Davidians. Upon the ATF’s failure to raid the compound, a siege was initiated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the standoff lasting 51 days. Eventually, the FBI launched an assault and initiated a tear gas attack in an attempt to force the Branch Davidians out. During the attack, a fire engulfed Mount Carmel Center and 76 people.

According to Linda Tripp it was Hillary and not Bill Clinton who directed the final assault on Waco.

Mrs Clinton grew more and more impatient as the Waco stand-off came to dominate the headlines during the early months of the Clinton administration, said Bell. It was she, according to Bell’s sources, who pressured a reluctant Janet Reno to act.

“Give me a reason not to do this,” Reno is said to have begged aides shortly before orders were issued for the final assault.

During an interview in early February 2001 the former White House aide alleged that Hillary Clinton pressured the late Vincent Foster to resolve the Waco standoff. As a result more than eighty men, women and children were killed. Appearing on CNN’s “Larry King Live” Tripp suggested that Foster, at Mrs Clinton’s direction, transmitted the order to move on the Branch Davidian’s Waco compound, which culminated in a military style attack on the wooden building.

Her accusations lend weight to charges made previously by Special Forces expert and Waco investigator, Steve Barry. According to the former Special Forces member, Hillary set up a special “crises centre” in the White House to deal with Waco. Serving with her in the centre was Vincent Foster who, according to his widow was subsequently: “fuelled by horror at the carnage at Waco for which the White House had ultimately been responsible.”

Foster himself was found dead, from a gun-shot wound to the head, in a Virginia park three months later. Could he have known too much about Waco?

Journalist Ambrose Evans-Pritchard maintains that Foster had been “drafting a letter involving Waco” on the very day of his death. Moreover Evans-Pritchard says that Foster kept a Waco file in a locked cabinet that was off-limits to everyone, including his secretary.

Prior to Waco, Foster was “dignified, decent, caring, smart” says Linda Tripp; in its aftermath though, she said: “…Vince was falling apart.”

She was with the former White House deputy counsel when the news about Waco broke on television. “A special bulletin came on showing the atrocity at Waco and the children. And his face, his whole body slumped, and his face turned white, and he was absolutely crushed – knowing the part he had played.”

“And he had played the part at Mrs Clinton direction,” said Tripp.

Moreover there was a marked contrast between Foster’s heartfelt emotion at the Waco tragedy and Hillary Clinton’s, Tripp insists: “Her reaction was heartless”.

Her accusations give further weight to allegations first levelled in the 1999 documentary on the deadly confrontation, “Waco: A New Revelation.” The film featured the account of former House Waco investigator T. March Bell. “One of the interesting things that happens in an investigation is that you get anonymous phone calls,” Bell explained in the film. “And we in fact received anonymous phone calls from Justice Department managers and attorneys who believe that pressure was placed on Janet Reno by Webb Hubbel, pressure that came from the first lady of the United States.”

Mrs Clinton grew more and more impatient as the Waco stand-off came to dominate the headlines during the early months of the Clinton administration, said Bell. It was she, according to Bell’s sources, who pressured a reluctant Janet Reno to act.

“Give me a reason not to do this,” Reno is said to have begged aides shortly before orders were issued for the final assault.

A good History and the meaning and aftermath of this can be found at: Little Alex in Wonderland

written in 2010, this prescient statement is included for “whatever happened”:

It is again gauche to suggest that the U.S. government is a serious threat to our liberty. While the left at times appropriately condemned Bush’s warmaking, warrantless wiretapping, violations of habeas corpus and flouting of due process, the left has now become resigned to the precise policies being carried out by their hero Barack Obama. Just as important, they have forgotten what it meant to be more afraid of their government than of their fellow Americans upset about that government. All this Bush-era despotism continues unabated, but now it is seen as unseemly, unpatriotic, hateful, and even criminal to suggest that the U.S. government has authoritarian practices and totalitarian designs.

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17 Responses to “Clintons Waco Slaughter April 19th, 1993 – 25th Anniversary”

  1. MODERN HISTORY – THE BUNKER ZERO Says:

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  2. JCscuba Says:

    Hum, 50 years and the FBI still can’t get much right. Don’t blame the field agents, get rid of the entire management and ban them from working in any capacity with or for the federal government. That means no lobbying.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      It has become a political organization. No more no less. I can’t believe it was the AG that gave the order and responsible.

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  3. Steve Dennis Says:

    Thanks for remembering this! How Clinton ever got away with this is beyond me, but of course the media was in his poclet pushing his narrative and turned the American people against the people at Wako.

    Liked by 1 person

    • bunkerville Says:

      He and his little misses have been killing and corrupting since the day they were married and have not let up for one moment. Everyone giving them a pass.

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    • Mustang Says:

      Justice must not only be done, but it must be seen to be done … and whenever justice is delayed, it is also denied. If anyone in this country warrants summary judgment, it is the Clintons … if for no other reason than to be done with them.

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  4. Ed Bonderenka Says:

    ““Give me a reason not to do this,” Reno is said to have begged aides shortly before orders were issued for the final assault.”
    “what is truth” and then Pilate washed his hands.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      So it was…..evil itself Ed.

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  5. petermac3 Says:

    The Clinton’s are beyond indictable and with the left now writing the history books and the text books the nation’s children now have and will have at their disposal in the years to come the truth about their crimes will die with those of us who lived through them. It is still head scratching when considering how Bonnie and Clyde Clinton, the two trailer trash thugs from Arkansas, changed the politics and morals of this once great country.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      And to think that they still roam about freely here and around the world carrying on with their absolute evil. Will we ever be done with them.. Yes, this event no doubt has been removed from any history book if it was ever at all.

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  6. Adrienne Says:

    Having experienced Ruby Ridge up close and personal, my horror remains intact. Watching tanks plowing up a country dirt road was surreal. All for a lie.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I thought of you and your comments before when I posted on Ruby Ridge…We forget at our own danger…

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  7. Simply Linda Says:

    I remember that day and the overreach of the feds…it can and will happen again. Mark my words.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I agree and this nonsense needs to stop now….

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  8. Mustang Says:

    The sniper who murdered Vicki Weaver and wounded her husband Randy (along with Kevin Harris), and who is also thought to have fired the shot that ignited the fire at Waco, is Lon Horiuchi. Note: 14-year old Sam Weaver was killed by federal agents on the previous day. What I find interesting is that the government settled with Weaver and Harris (however begrudgingly), and Horiuchi was later charged with manslaughter arising from his actions at Ruby Ridge. These charges were dropped —a snafu between state and federal court jurisdiction. No doubt Horiuchi is drawing a nice federal pension these days (age now, 63). My suspicion is that Horiuchi was one of those federal prosecutorial hot dogs who strutted about doing “high fives” with his team mates whenever he blew the brains out of a fellow American. Ah, the Supremacy Clause, which grants immunity to federal officers acting “within the scope of their employment.” Should we even suggest that murdering American citizens is not within the scope of federal law enforcement?

    I did not imagine that Hillary had such an impact over these events … as first dragon, she should not have had any authority over anyone beyond her own administrative staff (I question the expense of that, as well), much less the Attorney General of the United States. And, of course, Vince Foster’s mysterious death makes sense to me now since the issue was Waco rather than Travel-Gate. I’m guessing that one day, a thorough investigation of Clinton Slime will result in a host of PhD’s … but that will only be possible once the demon seed has died out.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I was going include Ruby Ridge but the post was getting too long. I didn’t know it was possible the same sniper could have been involved. There was simply no reason for this. Koresh has been going into town every week it had been reported He could have been arrested that way. I note the cease fire, when the whole lot of the police could have been gunned down. Ran out of bullets??
      There are a lot of good videos out there now. But who cares anymore?

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      • Ed Bonderenka Says:

        I do.

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