Shocking! Area 51 Family Describes Bombings, Machine Gun Attacks, Nuclear Testing by Feds


Government plans to finalize takeover of family’s private property on September 11

by Adan Salazar

The Sheahans, a mining family that has owned about 400 acres of land in Nevada since the 1800s, are being threatened with eminent domain seizure by the U.S. Air Force, which seeks to expand testing capabilities around the clandestine Area 51 military base.

Benjamin, Joseph and Lisa Sheahan joined David Knight on the Infowars Nightly News Thursday to break down the Air Force’s attempts to bully and intimidate the family in efforts to kick them off the coveted land, which overlooks the notorious military installation at Groom Lake.

The Sheahan’s described how the military bought up land gradually encircling their silver and lead mining property, and even launched aerial assaults in the 1940s strafing the property with 50 caliber rounds – even while people were present.

“The big, big problem started in 1951 with the first above-ground nuclear test, a test they did not even inform our family of,” Benjamin said, adding that the family incurred significant health and financial consequences as a result.

“Those above ground tests really started the demise of the fortune that our grandfather had built.”


The Sheahans also recounted how the Air Force likely bombed one of their ore mills in 1954, and then refused to reimburse the family thereafter.

In the late 70s, the Sheahans said, the military also set up a guard post checkpoint on a road going out to their property and began searching family members, demanding identification and holding residents at gunpoint.

“In 1978, the Air Force and the federal government in particular stuck a guard shack on a road that our grandparents and our parents built and started basically telling us that they owned this land, even though Congress had not authorized any such withdrawal.”

The Sheahans have until today, Friday, September 11, to accept the Air Force’s “last best offer” of $5.2 million, which the family says is a lowball figure, or face litigation in court over eminent domain provisions.

“So isn’t it ironic that on September 11 the United States government is going to finish the last act of what can only be described as a criminal act to take our property?” Benjamin told CBS affiliate KLAS.

The Sheahan’s mines have been in their family since the 1800s, starting with applications for mineral rights patents back in May 1876, which the family shows were signed by 18th US President Ulysses S. Grant.

Three of their relatives are buried on the property.

The Groom Mine owners have set up a Facebook page dedicated to saving Groom Mine.

Senate advances Export-Import Bank lifeline *Bi-Partisanship: Both parties get together in perfect harmony to screw the American people.

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Lawmakers voted overwhelmingly in favor of bringing back to life the now-expired Export-Import Bank. An amendment to revive the bank, which saw its authorization come to an end in June thanks in part to staunch opposition from conservative lawmakers, was attached to another measure that passed 67-26.

The Senate has now extended a potential lifeline to the bank via legislation that would fund federal road and bridge projects for the next six years.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., kept a promise made to Democrats earlier this year that in exchange for their support on an important trade deal, he would allow a vote on a measure to extend the bank.

Conservative Republican lawmakers oppose the bank and have called it a form of “corporate welfare” and “crony capitalism,” but GOP leaders noted Sunday that many Republican and Democrat lawmakers want the bank to survive.

“I don’t see any reason they should not be able to debate and then vote on this to sort it all out,” McConnell said after noting there was “overwhelming bipartisan support” for the bank.

The amendment is now part of the “must-pass” highway funding measure but that does not guarantee Ex-Im will be brought back to life.

Even if the Senate passes the highway bill this week, House Republican leaders say they do not intend to take it up, in part because they don’t want to deal with the Ex-Im amendment that many among conservative rank and file oppose.

House Republicans instead want the Senate to take up a five-month highway funding extension the lower chamber passed weeks ago. It does not include an extension of the bank.

Conservative Republican and libertarian-minded lawmakers and outside conservative groups have increasingly called for an end to the bank, saying that the bank is welfare to corporations like General Electric and Boeing while the burden is shouldered by taxpayers. The bank has also been mired in corruption scandals.

But backers believe the bank supports thousands of U.S. jobs that would be lost if the bank is extinguished.

Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., said Sunday the bank supports 165,000 U.S. jobs.

“A vote for that bank is a vote for jobs, a healthy economy and the prosperity of American families,” Reid said.

Who Wants to Crackdown on Immigration Freeloaders?

Published on Jul 10, 2015

Presidential candidate Donald Trump has been hit in the pocketbook for daring to exercising his freedom of speech. He has lost tens of millions of dollars in response to his politically incorrect yet factually correct comments about illegal immigration.

The establishment media is notorious for ignoring important political issues by concentrating on individual takedowns, but they’d also like you to forget that some pretty powerful democrats used to agree with Donald Trump.

BREAKING: New Pictures Show What’s Really Happening in Closed WALMARTS

One of our readers just sent us new pictures – Jade Helm in Tennessee:
“Arriving at Wal-Mart in lookout valley Chattanooga Tennessee, please post these pictures to share with the rest of the country.





Jade Helm is a challenging eight-week joint military and Interagency (IA) Unconventional Warfare (UW) exercise conducted throughout Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah and Colorado,” according to an unclassified military document announcing the training drill, which is set to take place from July to September this summer.

The training exercise will involve troops “wearing civilian clothes and driving civilian vehicles” to blend in with “civilian populations.” The operation lists Utah and Texas as “hostile territory,” likely because these are two of the most conservative states in the country.

Conservatives Would Be Better Off If Harry Reid Still Ran The Senate

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The whole case for reelecting mediocre Republicans has been, “Sure, they stink, but do you want a Democrat in office? They’re the lesser of two evils.” That’s an argument I’ve used many times myself. However, what happens when it’s no longer true? What happens if conservatives realize that they would be better off RIGHT NOW if Harry Reid were still running the Senate?

Because we would be.

Instead of reflexively saying, “That’s ridiculous,” think about what happened during the last congressional cycle.

Democrats refused to compromise with Republicans on anything and the GOP was desperate to show its opposition to Barack Obama’s unpopular agenda; so Republicans had little incentive to vote for bad legislation. That led to complete gridlock. Now that might not be the ideal outcome, but conservatives believe that no legislation is preferable to bad legislation.

Instead we now have a situation in America where Democrats pass far left wing legislation when they’re in charge, nothing happens when Congress is split and Republicans pass moderately liberal legislation to show they can “get something done” when they’re in charge.

Just look at what has happened since Republicans took over the Senate after spending the entire campaign cycle promising that they would fight Obama tooth and nail.

* After swearing that they’d stop Obama’s illegal executive amnesty by blocking DHS funds, the GOP Leadership in the House and Senate caved and worked with the Democrats to fund Obama’s amnesty despite the fact that the majority of House Republicans opposed it. The promise to fight executive amnesty was as important as George W. Bush’s “Read my lips, no new taxes” pledge and the GOP didn’t even hold out for TWO MONTHS before it broke it.

* Despite the fact that they’ve PUBLICLY railed against Obama’s terrible nuke deal, Senate Republicans just voted to strip Congress of its ability to block Obama’s treaty with Iran. Publicly, they’re claiming that they’re holding Obama accountable, but in actuality, the bill they’re supporting will in effect allow him to do whatever he wants in Iran. Not only is it bad legislation that turns the Constitution on its ear, it’s insulting. They think everyone is so stupid that we can’t figure out what they’re doing.

* Even though Loretta Lynch said she agreed with Obama’s illegal executive orders, she couldn’t name any differences she had with Eric Holder, and she essentially said that she thought Obama had no limits under the law, she was confirmed as Attorney General with Republican votes.

* Republicans, including RAND PAUL – let me repeat that, RAND PAUL – are blocking an investigation that’s designed to kill fraudulent OBAMACARE subsidies to Congress. When even Rand Paul wants his fraudulent Obamacare subsidy more than he wants to protect the taxpayers, it doesn’t bode well for the country.

* The GOP is about to shove through a secret Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal. Not only have the details of the trade deal been withheld from the public (Remember how well it worked out the last time we had to “pass a bill to see what’s in it?”), but what we do know about it is disturbing. According to Jeff Sessions, it limits the power of Congress to amend all international trade agreements during the deal, it allows the President to change the deal after the fact without the approval of Congress and it is likely to massively increase the number of foreign workers coming into the U.S. Perhaps worst of all, it would provide a backdoor method to limit American sovereignty because a signed treaty supersedes American law. In effect, it gives the President the power to adopt certain foreign laws related to the trade agreement without getting the approval of Congress. This bill is a Frankenstein’s monster waiting to happen and the Republican Party is working with Obama in secret to bring it to life.

* If the Supreme Court kills the Obamacare subsidies (which is entirely possible), it will in effect kill Obamacare. Without the subsidies, the whole program will collapse. Instead of saying, “We didn’t vote for it and we told you it was unconstitutional from day 1,” Republicans are openly acknowledging that they plan to save Obamacare. After all these phony promises to repeal Obamacare, after all these votes, after all the polls showing that it’s unpopular, the GOP Leadership wants to buy into Obamacare so Americans can now blame BOTH PARTIES for the disastrous legislation.

Everything the Republicans have done since they won in November has been one long “Screw you” to the people who voted for them. They’re like a 0-16 football team that gets angry with their fans for failing to appreciate how wonderful they are despite the fact that they lose every game.

We live in a Bizarro world where the Republican politicians don’t work for the voters who put them in office. In the real world, the GOP Leadership in Congress along with most of the Republicans in the Senate work for whatever lobbyist is willing to give them the most money while the voters are treated like THEIR employees. They’re for sale and the voters have been sold out because our pockets aren’t deep enough to compete with the people giving them campaign contributions.

Well, in 2016 there will be an awful lot of Republican senators up for reelection and they’re certainly not going to have much of a record to brag about. Couple that with the fact that even the French in WWII put up a bigger fight than John Boehner, Mitch McConnell and the rest of the Republican “leadership” have so far and there’s really not going to be much of a reason for conservatives to vote for Republican senators. In fact, the only thing they ever seem to be able to offer is that, “Well, it’s better to have us in charge than the Democrats.” What happens if people realize that’s not even true anymore?