U.S. Marine Corps General David H. Berger on Monday kicked to the curb White Hat Councilmember Air Force Colonel Blaine L. Baker upon learning that he had, on September 15, authored a memorandum encouraging all airmen at Altus AFB to get boosted as soon as possible. The base, Baker wrote, had recently received a “fresh shipment” of Covid-19 vaccines, and airmen had a civic and patriotic duty to ensure both they and their dependents were up to date on vaccinations—so they could properly defend the nation.
Col. Blaine L. Baker, a decorated officer, is Commander, 97th Air Mobility Wing, Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma. As commander, he is responsible for the formal training of all KC-46 Pegasus, C-17 Globemaster III and KC-135 Stratotanker aircrews for active duty, Air National Guard, and Air Force Reserve units, as well as multiple partner air forces from across the world. Col. Baker was commissioned in 2000 from The Citadel’s Reserve Officer Training Corps in Charleston, S.C.
In April 2021, General Berger appointed Baker to his council when the latter admitted Biden had stolen the 2020 presidential election. Baker reportedly told the general he wanted to help expose the Deep State and its evil machinations to the world. It’s unclear how White Hats vetted Baker, or what role he played in ongoing White Hat operations, but General Berger now believes he’s a trojan horse, a source in Berger’s office told Real Raw News.
“He was a plant the whole time, or they got to him,” our source said. “One of our imperatives is to not endorse the vaccine, a fact Baker was certainly aware of. Altus is a small base, barely a blip on the map, of about 2,000 airmen. He had to know we’d find out, and what that discovery would mean for him.”
On Monday, October 3, General Berger rid himself of Baker in a five second telephone call. The general did not solicit an explanation; he merely told Baker, “You’re out,” and hung up the phone.
In closing, our source said that recently boosted servicemembers have begun presenting new, unpublished side effects: chickenpox or, worse, shingles, both non-lethal but debilitating illnesses. Fourteen Armed Forces members across five bases on opposite sides of the country developed chickenpox within a week of receiving booster shots, and of the 14, 12 had chickenpox as adolescents. Meanwhile, six national guardsmen at Fresno Air National Guard Base came down with severe cases of the shingles days after getting jabbed.
“Our physicians believe the vaccines are crippling immune systems. Naturally, some people are more vulnerable than others,” our source said.