Yesterday GIZMODOÂ posted an article about anÂ FAA warning about GPS disruptions that are expected on the west coast. These disruptions are expected to go on over the next month.
it appears the US military will be testing a device or devices that will potentially jam GPS signals for six hours each day. We say â€œappearsâ€ because officially the tests were announced by the FAA but are centered near the US Navyâ€™s largest installation in the Mojave Desert. And the Navy wonâ€™t tell us much about whatâ€™s going on.
The FAA issued an advisory warning pilots on Saturday that global positioning systems Â could be unreliable during six different days this month, primarily in the Southwestern United States. On June 7, 9, 21, 23, 28, and 30th the GPS interference testing will be taking place between 9:30am and 3:30pm Pacific time. But if youâ€™re on the ground, you probably wonâ€™t notice interference.
The testing will be centered on China Lake, Californiaâ€”home to the Navyâ€™s 1.1 million acre Naval Air Weapons Center in the Mojave Desert. The potentially lost signals will stretch hundreds of miles in each direction and will affect various types of GPS, reaching the furthest at higher altitudes. But the jamming will only affect aircraft above 50 feet. As you can see from the FAA map below, the jamming will almost reach the California-Oregon border at 4o,000 feet above sea level and 505 nautical miles at its greatest range.
FAA GPS WARNINGS
Why would the Navy be testing GPS disruption technology?
The answer to the question is quite clear actually. The greatest threat to the US Navy is China’s Global Positioning System guided missiles. These missiles are designed to be aircraft carrier killers that can defeat all existing anti-ship missile technology.
Perhaps one of the most damaging of all the Clinton scandals to our nation was the sale of Loralâ€™s GPS technology to the Chinese. That technology sale propelled the Chinese space and missile program to a level that rivals the USA. Perhaps most insidious product of the sale is the pride and joy of the Chinese military their â€œCarrier Killer Missilesâ€.
The largest edge our military has is the ability to project force very quickly all over the world. That is largely in part to our fleet of aircraft carriers. We have no defense against these missiles built with Loralâ€™s GPS technology. We have the Clinton’s to thank for this.
Q: Why did the Clintons sell our advanced military technology to the Chinese that puts our nation’s defenses at risk?
A. ILLEGAL RE-ELECTION CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS
Chinagate is the most serious scandal in U.S. history. It involves the transfer of America’s most sensitive nuclear missile and satellite technology, apparently in exchange for millions of dollars in contributions to the 1996 Clinton-Gore re-election effort and the Democratic National Committee.
The scandal was an apparent scheme by the Clinton administration to sell seats on taxpayer-funded trade missions in exchange for campaign contributions to the 1996 Clinton-Gore campaign.
Clinton administration officials deliberately concealed and destroyed records regarding the trade mission and testimony was falsified.
Nolanda Hill, a business partner and confidante of the Clinton then-Commerce Secretary Ron Brown testified in a court hearing during the litigation that the Clinton White House told Brown to â€œdelay the [Judicial Watch] case by withholding the production of documents prior to the 1996 elections and to devise a way not to comply with the courtâ€™s orders.â€
She also testified that Brown, whoÂ died in a plane crash during a trade mission to Bosnia, told her that Hillary conceived of the scheme to sell trade mission seats. Brown complained of Â being â€œHillaryâ€™s blankety-blank tour guide.â€
The case was so serious and so damaging that the Commerce Department asked for a judgment against itself to avoid any further revelations. The court refused and insisted the Commerce Department conduct a new search for trade mission records and authorized discovery into the illegal concealment and destruction of government records.
Congressional investigations, FEC investigations, a criminal inquiry by the Justice Department and the FBI followed. The DOC changed its trade mission policy which abandoned all political contributions affecting mission seats.
- Clinton friend Yah Lin â€œCharlieâ€ Trie pleaded guilty to charges of violating campaign finance rules in exchange for having pending indictments dropped against him in Washington and Arkansas.
- According to news reports in 1997, Democratic donor Johnny Chung received a $150,000 transfer from the Bank of China three days before he handed then-First Lady Hillary Clintonâ€™s chief of staff a $50,000 check.
- Then-Vice President Al Gore received political donations from Buddhist nuns who had taken a vow of poverty.
- President Clinton admitted in 1997 that he invited major campaign donors to spend the night in the White House. The Clintons hosted 404 overnight guests.
- During the investigation by the Department of Justice, about 120 people connected to â€œChinagateâ€ either fled the country or pleaded the Fifth Amendment to prevent testifying.
Judicial Watch brought theÂ caseÂ on behalf of shareholders of Loral Space & Communications Ltd. They transferred sensitive US missile technology to China in the 1990s. The CEO Bernard Schwartz gave $1.5 million to various Democratic Party entities including Bill Clintonâ€™s 1996 reelection campaign.
At the same time Schwartz and Loral convinced the Clinton Administration toÂ transfer technology export licensing authority from the State Department to the more politically-influenced Commerce Department. Schwartz and Loral then obtained licenses from the Commerce Department that were needed to launch Loral-manufactured communications satellites into orbit from China.
They ended up advancing Chinaâ€™s missile program which is a threat to US national security much asÂ the Clinton-Russian uranium deal is..
Federal racketeering charges were never brought.
Then there was the contribution scandal involving fugitive Norman Hsu during Hillaryâ€™s last presidential run. She kept most of the money he contributed even after she knew he admitted guilt in illegal bundling of the contributions. He had raised more than $1 million for then-Senator Clintonâ€™s presidential campaign.