| Bob Woodward |
Robert Upshur Woodward|
Geneva, Illinois, U.S.
|Alma mater||Yale University|
|Member of||Book and Snake|
Bob Woodward (Office of Naval Intelligence) together with fellow Washington Post journalist, Carl Bernstein was an important player in the Watergate coup. The official narrative celebrates him as a hero for exposing the "Watergate Scandal", but then the official history misses does not accept that that was a covert coup d'etat organised by the cabal.
While at Yale, Woodward joined the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity and was a member of the secret society Book and Snake.  He received his B.A. degree in 1965, and began a five-year tour of duty in the United States Navy. In his navy career Woodward served in the Office of Naval Intelligence, where he was a part of a group which briefed top intelligence officials; at one time he was close to Admiral Robert O. Welander, being communications officer on the USS Fox under Welander's command.
George W. Bush
Woodward was granted more time than any other journalist with George W. Bush, interviewing him six times for close to 11 hours total. He gave credence to the lies about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction. During an appearance on Larry King Live, he was asked by a telephone caller, "Suppose we go to war and go into Iraq and there are no weapons of mass destruction," Woodward responded "I think the chance of that happening is about zero. There's just too much there."
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- Peter Dale Scott, The Road to 9/11: Wealth, Empire, and the Future of America, University of California Press, 2007. p48
- Jack Williams, U-T San Diego, July 29, 2005, Adm. Robert O. Welander, 80; flotilla CO and Joint Chiefs aide
- "The War Within" page 443
- Mitchell, Greg (March 7, 2013). "Bob Woodward's Biggest Failure: Iraq". The Nation. Retrieved March 8, 2003.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>