In his first 48 hours in office, President Biden eviscerated many of Trump’s noted accomplishments: He suspended construction on the border wall; he rejoined the Paris Accords; he signed executive orders mandating that law-abiding American citizens wear potentially dangerous facemasks while on federal property and on public transportation.
And, among other things, he slashed America’s defense budget, which will likely cripple the nation’s defense readiness status.
And military generals are fuming mad.
Two—US Army General James Dickenson, Commander, US Space Force, and Air Force
General Glen VanHerck, Commander of NORAD—contacted Biden on Thursday to question his motives for drastically slashing their budgets.
A military source speaking under promise of anonymity told Real Raw News that Biden scolded the generals for challenging his authority.
“Give me a break. I’m president now and I make the decisions, not Trump. Get on board or get fired,” Biden reportedly said to General Dickenson. “The Space Force is going away. If you want to go away, too, just say the word.”
Biden also reproached General VanHerck, saying cash Trump had slated for the nation’s strategic nuclear arsenal would now go toward funding FEMA and expanding the national domestic terrorist watchlist. VanHerck received the same ultimatum—fall in line or fall out.
Biden was so enraged at the generals’ attitudes that he instructed Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley to admonish top military brass from expressing loyalty and obedience for Donald Trump. Any officer caught swearing fealty to Trump would be summarily fired and possibly indicted on charges of treason, Biden warned Gen. Milley.
Precedent for such fiendish house cleaning was set by Barack Hussein Obama, who fired 197 generals and admirals—including 40 in a single vindictive day—during his eight years in office. He replaced them with officers who pledged allegiance to the United Nations.
“Biden’s been in office only two days and already he’s trying to get going where Obama left off.
Make no mistake about it—Obama is back, and he’s behind the scenes, pulling the strings. It wouldn’t surprise me if he asked Biden to make that call to Gen. Milley.
That call floated all the way down some ethereal echelon and pissed off a lot of high-ranking officers. Dickenson and VanHerck got dressed down twice, first by Biden, then Milley. For Dickenson that was all it took,” our source said.
He claimed that Gen. Dickenson at once chartered a civilian airplane and flew to Mar-a-Lago, where he was greeted by none other than Stephen K. Bannon, who has been tirelessly aiding Trump to overturn fraudulent election results. Bannon escorted Dickenson to a secure conference room where Trump sat staring myopically at computer terminals that continuously computed simulated elections.
“Forty-five thousand simulations, and Biden hasn’t won a single one,” Bannon allegedly told Gen. Dickenson.
Gen. Dickenson informed Trump of Biden’s sinister plan to gut defense spending and fire anyone who disagreed with his obviously flawed logic.
Our source said Gen. Dickenson made a peace overture to Trump by calling him “Mr. President” and promising him the support of no less than six Army generals, two Navy admirals, one Air Force general, and the Commandant of the United States Marine Corps, all of whom stood ready to move against Biden’s regime at the “appointed time.”
“Don’t worry, Mr. President, we got your back,” Gen. Dickenson told Trump.
If all information is correct, Trump, though no longer in the White House, still has an excellent rapport with the military, and enough influence to bring the military’s power to bear against Biden’s criminal regime.