2nd retired general calls on Trump to crush coup plotters: ‘This is more dangerous than the civil war’
2nd retired general calls on Trump to crush coup plotters: ‘This is more dangerous than the civil war’ by LeoHohmann.com
The next 7 to 14 days bring grave dangers in which America will either succumb to a Chinese-influenced communist takeover or defend its constitutional republic
A second retired general has come out and said publicly that President Trump is all that stands between the American people and the onset of Chinese-style communism and that Trump must invoke the Insurrection Act of 1807, declare martial law and arrest the perpetrators of a coup in progress.
“This is treason,” Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely, [U.S. Army retired], told Brannon Howse of Worldview Weekend TV in a Dec. 12 interview. “We have an enemy who, with China, has created an America that I don’t understand.”
He also addressed China’s infiltration of America’s business, higher-education, political and cultural institutions.
“They [China] have taken Hong Kong, and Taiwan is their next target,” Vallely said. “That’s why we have to keep President Trump. He understands this.”
Trump signed Executive Order 13848 on Sept. 12, 2018, that allows him to take action if a foreign power is determined to have interfered in the U.S. elections process. Under this order, the director of national intelligence, John Ratcliffe, has 45 days from the date of the election to submit a report determining that the election has been compromised by a foreign entity. That deadline is coming up on Friday, Dec. 18.
Trump also sidelined the CIA by invoking National Security Action Memorandum 57 on Nov. 18, right after he fired Defense Secretary Mark Esper and put all special operations forces directly under the new acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller. CIA Director Gina Haspel has reportedly not been seen attending daily or weekly intelligence briefings at the White House and the CIA’s new role has it relegated to intelligence gathering, meaning it has been banned from conducting major covert military operations, exactly the role that President Kennedy envisioned for the spy agency before he was assassinated in 1963.
Trump invoked Kennedy’s memorandum #57 just a couple of days before the 57th anniversary of Kennedy’s assassination.
Some see these moves as possibly part of a strategy to block Joe Biden from taking over the White House in the wake of a highly controversial election that includes claims of widespread fraud.