Jordan Schachtel Digs Into Andrew Huff's "Tales"
Chaos Agents, Part 19
Jordan Schachtel just dropped an investigative piece on Andrew Huff (campfire.wiki profile of Andrew Huff). It's not a full character profile, but it's not pretty.
The article concludes,
Yet the videos, photos, screenshots and the like do not show any evidence of what he has insisted. There’s no evidence of a “fixed-wing” military drone or Black Hawk helicopters hovering over his property. There’s no evidence of a shootout with a CIA and FBI deep state gang. There’s no evidence of his apparent nuclear football keys to America’s critical infrastructure being stolen from his home. There’s no evidence for any of it whatsoever.
What is the common theme for all of these Jason Bourne-like fantasy tales? None have even a kernel of evidence attached to the fantastical stories.
As Carl Sagan once said, “extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.” Andrew Huff has made lots of extraordinary claims, but has never even provided a smidgen of evidence to back up his endless series of assertions.
If it seems like Andrew Huff’s stories belong in the movies and not real life, that’s because in all likelihood, he is a serial fabulist. We can only imagine what else he’s been not telling the truth about. Perhaps they should title his upcoming film, The Lab Leak Liver King.
There’s a lesson in all of this: don’t trust, verify.
Basic Questions People Should Ask About Andrew Huff
Isn't it time for everyone to ask some basic questions, like
Why didn't this guy step forward to tell the world that EcoHealth Alliance was working with the CIA while engineering a pandemic-capable virus back in 2016, when the information could have stopped a global disaster?
Why is Twitter his tool for documentation?! (Andrew fears engaging with me, or my documentation of him, so I'm not blocked there…but he has nothing to hide.)
(Why is he worried about whether I saved our communications?)
Why does Andrew continue to promote Dr. Theresa Long's continuation of the DMED narrative that is clearly false, despite the fact that he agreed with my findings when we signed sworn affidavits sent to Congress?
Why is Andrew working with an attorney with no background in whistleblower law or cases prior to the pandemic, and had barely any experience at all in courtrooms?
Housatonic Live reports that both Andrew Huff and Robert Malone worked at the e-cigarette manufacturer Juul (Edit: Andrew Huff has said that he worked at Juuly, while Housatonic Live reported that Malone had contracts with e-cigarette manufacturers with no further specification. RTE apologizes for the misunderstanding). Given that Andrew brags about past experience as an expert in poisoning supply chains, might this be the right time to review exactly what happened with the EVALI illness just prior to the pandemic?
I've spent months trying to warn others in the Medical Freedom Movement (MFM) or near that sphere to be wary of Andrew since I worked with him on the military health database project. His behavior was that of somebody playing a role more than trying to help. Am I wrong, or is the following claimed information not the sort that would also be part of a legitimate whistleblower claim?
How much stock do we want to take in the words of Andrew Huff?
What We Know About Andrew Huff
It may be relevant to note that Andrew Huff is a graduate of the University of Minnesota School of Public Health.
It is interesting to note each of the following,
The Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) created the Discovery of Medical Countermeasures Against Novel Entities (DOMANE) program that supposedly used artificial intelligence (I doubt this is possible) to identify remdesivir as a potential agent. Robert Malone was involved in the early stages of the DOMANE program.
Minnesota is where the first hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) studies took place (partially funded by Steve Kirsch, though his foundation no longer lists the studies) that sank HCQ. While not mentioned in the study design, the trials used folic acid (a potentially reactive agent, as already noted by March 2020 in a preprint) instead of an inert agent, and were stopped short with treated patients outperforming the "placebo" arm to a degree independent researchers felt was statistically significant when modeled correctly.
The lead researcher conducting those studies, David Boulware, failed to mention pharmaceutical giant Gilead among his conflict of interests. Gilead is the maker of remdesivir.
Andrew displays an over-the-top level of distrust for all things Chinese.
Andrew may be the first man to ever claim to end a shootout with the forceful assertion that he was writing a book. (Pro tip: listen specifically to what Andrew's saying any time you see him shuffle his feet.)
Andrew got into the public health surveillance business at the outset of the pandemic.
Huff and The Malone Gang
It is worth revisiting Andrew Huff's discussion with Robert Malone.
Andrew states "intentional or accidental release" here. However, his more recent appearances have focused on the "lab leak" hypothesis, despite no evidence ruling out SARS-CoV-2 as a bioweapon.
I refer to Huff as part of "The Malone Gang" because he is on my list of people whom I do not think could have gathered much attention without the support of Malone. Malone also left me twisting while the incorrect and propagandized DMED story was pushed while Andrew's attorney, Thomas Renz (himself fired as an attorney by the DMED whistleblowers), gained fame from his moment presenting absurd statistics in Senator Johnson's spotlight before pushing Huff's case (if he is doing that anywhere aside from Twitter and his voluminous podcast…like a courtroom).
Andrew Huff was foisted on me by Renz during the DMED post-glitch research project before I had any understanding of who he was. I was told that he was an "analyst", but his writeup on that project was basically 1.5 pages of wordy data gibberish that I had to reread four times trying to see what I could tease out of it, and eventually abandoned completely in my documentation.
It is unclear what exactly we can trust coming from Andrew. But maybe he is being honest when he claims first hand knowledge of intelligence agents knowing how to manipulate people?