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We regret to inform you that our intel community and the media are at it again, trying to convince us that there’s a “Dr. Evil” type of bad guy just chilling in Russia with a secret way to infiltrate brainwaves and neutralize our top-performing intel agents. Maybe Putin has a massive laser he’s using to brainwash the top five percent of our CIA and FBI agents. Sure, this sounds like a bad joke, right? But, nope, this is for real. They’re calling it the latest “debilitating syndrome” hitting the elite in top intel circles, all thanks to villainous types like Putin and their phantom sci-fi gadgets. You might think this is a new low for our intel and media folks. Think again. It’s definitely low, but sadly, it’s not a new storyline. Remember “Havana Syndrome”? If you read Revolver, you’ll know what we’re talking about. We’ve been on this beat for a while now, highlighting just how insane our “experts” have become.

Revolver has been on top of this wild “syndrome” saga for a while now. In fact, two years ago, we put the spotlight on this so-called phantom syndrome. It’s like a badge of honor for the left-wing fanatics navigating the Trump era with “Havana Syndrome.” Honestly, it’s pretty much the last straw for the intel community’s credibility, which was already on thin ice.


Havana Syndrome has no cause, and its list of symptoms is impossibly long: Fatigue, vertigo, migraines, dizziness, memory loss, ear pain, tinnitus, visual impairment, “brain fog,” anxiety, and so on. Some people experience only brief symptoms, while others have reported debilitating, life-altering disability.

In other words, Havana Syndrome is whatever people want to believe it is. Its symptoms overlap with those of sleep deprivation, stroke, chronic anxiety, aging, drunkenness, and literally just getting older.

Since it has no definitive symptoms and no known cause, what actually sets Havana Syndrome apart is who it afflicts: America’s elite class of globetrotting diplomats and intelligence agents.

From the AP:

The blaring, grinding noise jolted the American diplomat from his bed in a Havana hotel. He moved just a few feet, and there was silence. He climbed back into bed. Inexplicably, the agonizing sound hit him again. It was as if he’d walked through some invisible wall cutting straight through his room.

Soon came the hearing loss, and the speech problems, symptoms both similar and altogether different from others among at least 21 US victims in an astonishing international mystery still unfolding in Cuba. The top US diplomat has called them “health attacks”.


“None of this has a reasonable explanation,” said Fulton Armstrong, a former CIA official who served in Havana long before America re-opened an embassy there. “It’s just mystery after mystery after mystery.”

How Psychosomatic “Havana Syndrome” Backfired on the CIA and Destroyed Their Last Shred of Global Credibility

And they’re still at it, fussing and fretting over Putin and his Russian brain beam aimed right at their elitist intel noggins. To make matters worse, this goofy Havana Syndrome theory was just served up by the hacks from 60 Minutes. Remember when they were the go-to for serious journalism? Now, they’ve shamelessly morphed into a drooling mouthpiece for the Biden regime, turning out propaganda like that delirious Ray Epps puff piece. This latest move from 60 Minutes is right on par—shameful and yet another attempt to cover for the intel community, the Biden regime’s trusty sidekick.

Digging into this CBS News story on the phantom syndrome, it’s hard not to notice that many of the “victims” mentioned are women. It makes you think, right? Maybe we’re just looking at menopause being mistaken for something way more mysterious.

CBS News:

Carrie: And bam, inside my right ear, it was like a dentist drilling on steroids. That feeling when it gets too close to your eardrum? It’s like that, you know, times ten. It was like a high pitched, metallic drilling noise, and it knocked me forward at, like, a 45 degree angle this way.

She says she was by a window in her laundry room.

Carrie: My right ear was line-of-sight to that window while this thing was happening in my ear. And when I leaned forward it kind a—it didn’t knock me over, but it knocked me forward. I immediately felt pressure, and pressure and pain started coursing from inside my right ear, down my jaw, down my neck and into my chest.


Olivia Troye: It was like this piercing feeling on the side of my head. It was like, I remember it was on the right side of my head and I, I got like vertigo.

Olivia Troye was Homeland Security adviser to Vice President Mike Pence. In our 2022 report, she told us she was hit outside the White House.

Anonymous: And then severe ear pain started. So I liken it to if you put a Q-tip too far and you bounce it off your eardrum. Well, imagine takin’ a sharp pencil and just kinda pokin’ that.

It’s downright scary to consider that these are the same crackpots who are supposedly on the lookout for threats against our nation, meanwhile, they’re actually targeting us, but that’s a whole ‘nother story. But when you think about it, maybe all this three-letter-agency craziness is starting to make perfect sense. And speaking of common sense, Mike Cernovich raises a good question. If Putin really has these high-tech gadgets and gizmos that are capable of causing major brain havoc and “neutralizing” his enemies, why hasn’t he used one on Zelensky yet?

As we hear our loony-toon intel gurus blathering on about their ghost stories and phantom syndromes, we’ve got something genuinely intriguing for you—a blast from the past that sheds light on the true face of our nation’s intelligence community. This piece of gold from 1983 just might be the most critical intel clip you’ll ever see. And who do we have to thank for bringing this to light? None other than Edward Snowden.

These days, it feels like the intel community has taken a really weird and dangerous turn. Yes, they’re still sinister and evil, but now they’re like overly-paid paranoid schizophrenics and hypochondriacs. They have this wild obsession with Putin and paint him as the big bad wolf, which actually is reminiscent of the ’80s Cold War era when everyone was on edge thinking the Russians were about to show up at our doorstep. It’s the ’80s all over again, but with a modern twist of even wilder and more outlandish conspiracy vibes.

This is shameless regime propaganda at its lowest.

Isn’t it ironic? The left often paints the right as this wild bunch of conspiracy theorists. Take how they’ve treated Marjorie Taylor Greene, for example. They’ve gone so far as to accuse her of talking about “Jewish Space Lasers,” something she never even said, as Revolver pointed out in a recent post on X:

So, the left often ends up doing exactly what they accuse others of, don’t they? They label Trump a “crook,” yet those leading the charge against him could give Bonnie and Clyde a run for their money. In reality, it’s the left that looks a lot like this:

Martyr Made on X: "The standard tinfoil hat crack about Alex Jones is to bring up chemtrails, but given his record on Moloch-worship at Bohemian Grove, the military turning frogs gay, and