(1) So @LueElizondo was part of the J2 Intelligence team for General James Mattis' MEU Task Force-58 in Afghanistan. A 2016, a study by the Naval War College found that "The analysis and products produced by intelligence sections under Gen. Mattis were indispensable in
(2) driving TF-58 planning and operations." I previously spoke with someone from the IC who served TF58 J2 with Elizondo and just recently I spoke with someone who was part of the J3 staff. Both described Elizondo's intelligence prowess as "exceptional" and
(3) that he was one of Mattis' most trusted advisors. According to the recent book by Lacatski, Kelleher, and @g_knapp, some portion of this Elizondo's intelligence prowess was coming from remote viewing.
(4) To be clear, I'm not trying to make a case for or against the idea of remote viewing. Just pointing out the facts as laid out by recent and past testimony.

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