After the sabotaged midterms, 3 white hat officers deflected to the deep state. This happened back on Nov 8th. (Very late, sorry but ties into this nicely). General Berger received emails from USAF Lt. General Lori Jean Robinson, vice commander, Langley Air Force Base; Gen. David D. Thompson, vice chief of Space Operations, United States Space Force; and U.S. Navy Admiral Joey B. Dodgen, commander, Navy Reserve Forces Command, Norfolk, Virginia. Dodgen’s letter stated, “I made an error in judgement. I am bound by oath to support the commander-in-chief, President Joseph R. Biden, and to defend our nation against all enemies, foreign and domestic. I have already notified Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin of my lapse in judgement; may he forgive me…”
The other emails all held a similar tone. General Robinson wrote that neither she, nor persons under her command, had authority to question the 2020 election results or Bidens’ rightful leadership of the nation. She said she’d been “coerced” into supporting a “dissident” military and that she would throw herself at the mercy of the administration, adding that she stood ready to accept whatever punishment comes her way. “I was deceived by a lie, your and Trump’s lies, into believing the election was stolen. I made a grave mistake, and I’ll atone for it,” Robinson wrote.
Likewise, Admiral Dodgen had harsh words for Gen. Berger: “General Berger, this morning I spoke with Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, informing him that I am in criminal violation of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, specifically Article 94, committing mutiny or treason. I realize this will result in a court martial but have explained how you and your cadre made convincing arguments that Trump is still the lawfully elected President of the United States.” Gen. Berger, in turn, branded all three traitors whose nonchalance will ultimately bring about their own military tribunals at Guantanamo Bay.
Due to this deflection, I am assuming the Deep State was able to get some inside info on the white hat movement. These 3 have not been seen or heard from, since these emails. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin sent letters to the white hats with an ominous ultimatum: relinquish command, in exchange for possible amnesty, or prepare to face the music.
At least 65 officers across all branches of the armed forces received these letters accusing them of “treason,” and demanding they “voluntarily terminate command and surrender to proper authority.” The proper authority that he is referring to, in the letters, is himself. Austin sent Gen. Berger a personalized note with instructions to publicly condemn President Donald J. Trump, to overtly recognize Joseph R. Biden as the lawfully elected president of the United States, to order his forces to at once “cease and desist all unconstitutional paramilitary action against elected and appointed officials,” and to surrender no later than December 22, 2022.
Members of General Berger’s council, including Major Gen. Richard E. Angle and Col. J.D. Keirsey, got similar correspondence, with a twist. The letters demanded they renounce Gen. Berger and hinted at possible exoneration if they stated in writing that Gen. Berger had coerced, wheedled, or tricked them into acting in contravention of the U.S. Constitution. The letters also required they write a statement of contrition, admitting that their “lawless and unconstitutional malfeasance” had grievously fractured the country and was harmful to the tenets of the Constitution.
Third tier officers (primarily warrant officers, lieutenants, and captains) were told to author a formal apology stating imprudent behavior and poor judgment had led them astray. “We understand General Berger and his ‘council’ may have inveigled your cooperation in his scheme to destabilize the United States. His transgressions against the United States and President Joseph R. Biden are unforgivable, however, we also understand extenuating circumstances may have caused unblemished officers to follow his lead…While we cannot guarantee your continued service in the United States military, and you will likely receive a dishonorable discharge, you will not face a court martial if you stipulate to the terms of this official document,” part of a letter read.
General Berger knew immediately that this was a trap. “Gen. Berger shredded his letter and encouraged his men to do likewise. He thinks it’s a snare. As far as he knows, everyone who got Austin’s letter tore it up. Their desperate to put us out of business, willing to do anything, and I’m surprised they haven’t threatened our families,” a source in Gen Berger’s office confided.
“They’re probably dead,” our source said (referring to the 3 defectors). “Their apologies to Lloyd Austin didn’t make a difference and emboldened him to start his letter writing campaign, I’d guess. If they come for us, we’re more than ready,” he said in closing.
Vice Admiral Darse E. Crandall of the United States Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps also received a threatening letter written by Austin. The letter ordered Adm. Crandall to immediately free GITMO detainees, cease all unlawful prosecutions, and turn himself in. In response, Adm. Crandall wrote back, “I have a better idea. You turn yourself in, Lloyd. We have a seat reserved for you.”