#2 US Nuke Commander Suspended On Same Day Lindsey Graham Announced Nuclear Attack Threat Upon America

Saturday, September 28, 2013 18:43

The #2 Military Commander for the United States Navy was suspended three weeks ago, a suspension we are just learning about. Adm. Tim Giardina was #2 in charge of the United States nuclear weapons. The suspension suspiciously fell upon the 3rd of September, the same day that South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham warned of a possible nuclear strike in a South Carolina city or other city across America. Navy Vice Adm. Tim Giardina was relieved from his duties on Sept. 3, according to the commandís top spokeswoman, Navy Capt. Pamela Kunze. With warnings from a John Moore insider of a false flag nuclear strike in America and FEMA Region 3 preparing for disaster, what does the suspension of Vice Admiral Giardina on the same day as Lindsey Grahamís warning say to us?

Published on Sep 28, 2013
The No. 2 officer at the military command in charge of all U.S. nuclear war-fighting forces has been suspended and is under investigation by the Naval Criminal Investigation Command, officials said Saturday.

The highly unusual action against a high-ranking officer at U.S. Strategic Command was made more than three weeks ago but not publicly announced.

Air Force Gen. Robert Kehler, the commander of Strategic Command, suspended the deputy commander, Navy Vice Adm. Tim Giardina, from his duties on Sept. 3, according to the command's top spokeswoman, Navy Capt. Pamela Kunze. He is still assigned to the command but is prohibited from performing duties related to nuclear weapons and other issues requiring a security clearance, she said.

Kehler has recommended to Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel that Giardina be reassigned, Kunze said. Giardina has been the deputy commander of Strategic Command since December 2011. He is a career submarine officer and prior to starting his assignment there was the deputy commander and chief of staff at U.S. Pacific Fleet.

Strategic Command oversees the military's nuclear fighter units, including the Navy's nuclear-armed submarines and the Air Force's nuclear bombers and nuclear land-based missiles. It is based at Omaha, Neb.

Kunze said Strategic Command did not announce the Sept. 3 suspension because Giardina remains under investigation and action on Kehler's recommendation that Giardina be reassigned is pending. The suspension was first reported by the Omaha World-Herald.

The spokeswoman said a law enforcement agency, which she would not identify, began an investigation of Giardina on June 16. Kehler became aware of this on July 16, and the following day he asked the Naval Criminal Investigation Service to begin a probe.