Did the acting DOD Secretary just let something slip?
Now this is just me thinking here, but we have not really had a war or anything too intense happen during this administration; it has definetly been a time of peace and prosperity.
I’m not saying absolutely nothing happened. I know there are always covert operations going on and things we will never know, but come on – “most complex military operations in history?”
Whats REALLY going on here?
This is just my speculation, but are the military and VP Pence about to get involved in taking the country back?
Are mass arrests coming soon? Martial law?
Is this the “Pence Card” everyone has been talking about?
Look through these reports and let us know what YOU think:
The Gateway Pundit had this to say:
Acting Secretary of the Department of Defense thanks Vice President Mike Pence for his efforts with complex military operation?
Acting Secretary of the Department of Defense, Chris Miller shared this:
I just want to personally thank you. We’ve been through some stuff. We’ve gone through some of the most complex military operations this country has ever conducted…
What does this mean?
Is Miller referring to the recent work by the military in obtaining a vaccine for the China coronavirus?
Is this the most complex military operation in the history of the country?
National File also reported:
Republicans in Pennsylvania and Arizona have asked the U.S. Congress not to accept the votes assigned by the state’s Secretary of State, suggesting they represent fraudulent election results.
Should Pence take this action, he is then instructed by the law to request these states immediately send accurate Electoral College Certificates before January 6.
Raiklin told National File that Pence will essentially force states to reclaim their Constitutional power to appoint Electoral College votes.
“That forces State Legislatures’ hand,” said Raiklin. “Pence can force the legislatures to reclaim their Constitutional power, hold a session, and appoint the Electoral College votes themselves as the Supreme Court did not address this issue.”