The FBI has been too busy targeting Trump and his supporters to do anything meaningful.
Around 200 U.S. diplomats, officials and family members overseas have suffered from what are a series of “anomalous health incidents.”
The FBI is still yet to identify the cause but says it is a “top priority.”
The FBI on Wednesday called Havana Syndrome a “top priority” as around 200 U.S. diplomats, officials and family members overseas have suffered from the series of “anomalous health incidents.”
U.S. officials reported the first cases of the syndrome â€“ best understood as a series of symptoms including migraines, nausea, memory lapses and dizziness without cause â€“ in 2016 in Cuba. Cases of the syndrome continued to pop up in locations around the world, including in China, Europe and Washington, D.C.
An FBI statement to Reuters noted the issue is “a top priority for the FBI, as the protection, health and well-being of our employees and colleagues across the federal government is paramount.”
The agency still hasnâ€™t identified the cause of the symptoms, but noted the intelligence community will continue to work to “determine how we can best protect our personnel.” Theories range from a nerve agent to microwave or sonic weapons.
Maybe the FBI should focus on keeping our diplomats safe!
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