The entity masquerading as the administration’s surgeon general, Vivek Murthy, is not a man but computer-generated imagery (CGI) superimposed on a dynamic algorithm that pushes a fictitious Covid narrative from some hidden crevice in Washington, D.C., said Lt. David Hoffer, a program analyst at U.S. Army Cyber Command Headquarters at Fort Gordon.

In October, the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps launched an investigation into Murthy’s past; the goal was to accumulate evidence proving he had conspired with federal health agencies to promote Covid-19 propaganda. With such evidence in hand, JAG and the OMC could have charged him with treason and compelled him to face a military tribunal.

But the month-long probe yielded perplexing results. JAG found no proof that Vivek Murthy, an uncommon name for someone living in the United States, actually exists, despite his having a rich biographical history on Wikipedia, an online encyclopedia written and maintained by a community of volunteers.

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On paper, Murthy is an American physician and a vice admiral (in this case, a ceremonial title) in the United States Public Health Service Commissioned Corps who has served as the 19th and 21st surgeon general of the United States under President Obama and President Biden. Wiki claims he earned an MD from Yale School of Medicine and an MBA from Yale School of Management. It says Murthy is a family man, with a wife and two children, living in a luxurious home, in an affluent D.C. neighborhood.

JAG, to start, could not verify Murthy’s educational background. Investigators obtained Yale’s enrollment records for the years Murthy had purportedly attended school, but his name—nor any similar name—appeared nowhere, not on paper, not in Yale’s administrative database. There was no evidence Murthy had written or filed a thesis, and later research papers bearing Murthy’s name seemed plagiarized. Investigators discretely interviewed professors who taught classes Murthy had allegedly been enrolled in, but none of them recalled a student named Vivek Murthy. In short, his educational accolades and subsequent internships were fabricated of whole cloth.

So too was his personal life, a JAG source told RRN.

Investigators had done surveillance on Murthy’s home, which, although purchased in his name, showed no signs of occupancy. Inside lights ran 24/7. No one was seen entering or leaving the home during the 10-day surveillance period. The household received no mail, despite it being listed as the primary residence. They checked if anyone claiming to be Vivek Murthy had rented a post office box—nothing. Nonetheless, an assessment of district records showed that both utilities and taxes had been paid with debit and credit cards in Murthy’s name.

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“We covered so many bases. No school records for his children. No real history for his wife. We questioned neighbors who all said the house is always empty and they’ve never seen anyone living there. We checked out a vacation rental in Cape Cod—still nothing. It was as if someone had gone to great lengths to manufacture his and his family’s identities. One thing we did notice, a Chase Bank credit card was issued in Murthy’s name only 3 days before Obama appointed him. We became suspicious whether this guy was a real living, breathing human being, and that’s when we asked our contacts at Cyber Command to look into his digital footprint,” our JAG source said.

Lt. Hoffer at Cyber Command said he and other experts had meticulously analyzed 50 publicly available videos of Murthy.

Source: realrawnews.com

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