Bob Woodward: General James Mattis Plotted Overthrow of U.S. Government…

According to a pre-release excerpt from the Washington Post Bob Woodward writes about a discussion between General James Mattis and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats about a plot to overthrow the elected government of the United States.

[…] “Mattis quietly went to Washington National Cathedral to pray about his concern for the nation’s fate under Trump’s command and, according to Woodward, told Coats, “There may come a time when we have to take collective action” since Trump is “dangerous. He’s unfit.” (read more)

What do you call a conversation between the Defense Secretary and the head of the U.S. intelligence apparatus where they are talking about taking “collective action” to remove an elected President?  That’s called sedition…. A seditious conspiracy.

As alarming as that sounds on its face, this actually aligns with our own previous research into key military leadership, the joint chiefs, and their corrupt intent to overthrow the elected government.  Readers will remember when we noted this very issue after Lt. Col  Alexander Vindman compromised his position yet was not removed by his command structure within the Pentagon.

NOVEMBER 2019 – […] For emphasis let me repeat a current fact that is being entirely overlooked.  Despite his admitted usurpation of President Trump policy, Vindman was sent back to his post in the NSC with the full support of the United States Department of Defense.

The onus of action to remove Vindman from the NSC does not just lay simply at the feet of the White House and National Security advisor Robert O’Brien; and upon whose action the removal of Vindman could be positioned as political; the necessary, albeit difficult or perhaps challenging, obligation to remove Lt. Col Vindman also resides purposefully with the Dept. of Defense.

The Pentagon could easily withdraw Vindman from his position at the National Security Council; yet, it does not…. and it has not.   WHY?

There is a code within the military whereby you never put your leadership into a position of compromise; ie. “never compromise your leadership”.  In this example, President Trump cannot remove Vindman from the White House NSC advisory group due to political ramifications and appearances…

The Joint Chiefs certainly recognize this issue; it is the very type of compromise they are trained to remove.  Yet they do nothing to remove the compromise.  They do nothing to assist.

Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman was the majority (#1) source for the material CIA operative Eric Ciaramella used in a collaborative effort to remove President Trump from office.  Let me make this implication crystal clear:

The United States Military is collaborating with the CIA to remove a U.S. President from office.

Do you see the issue now?

The Pentagon has done nothing, absolutely nothing, to countermand this implication/reality.

The Joint Chiefs of Staff have done nothing, absolutely nothing, to diminish the appearance of, nor deconstruct the agenda toward, the removal of President Trump.

Mr. President, do I have your attention?

(Full Outline)

Additionally, Bob Woodward points to Vice President Mike Pence as the whisperer who made sure President Trump blindly nominated officials who could facilitate his removal.  Remember, Dan Coats came into the ODNI position from his role within the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI).

The SSCI was at the center of the legislative effort to remove President Trump.  It was from the SSCI that Security Director James Wolfe was instructed to deliver a series of intelligence leaks against President Trump.  The same SSCI who retained the fraudulent premise of the Trump-Russia collusion narrative.

[…] “Woodward describes Coats’s experience as especially tortured. Coats, a former senator from Indiana, was recruited into the administration by Vice President Pence, and his wife is quoted as recalling a dinner at the White House when she interacted with Pence.

“I just looked at him, like, how are you stomaching this?” Marsha Coats said, according to Woodward. “I just looked at him like, this is horrible. I mean, we made eye contact. I think he understood. And he just whispered in my ear, ‘Stay the course.’ ” (link)

Donald John Trump is the first DC outsider we have ever elected to become President of the United States.  The scale of what has been revealed merely by his presence is rather jaw-dropping….

Trump 2020,… he’s saving our Republic and we still don’t know all of it.

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851 Responses to Bob Woodward: General James Mattis Plotted Overthrow of U.S. Government…

  1. jasonn13 says:

    Good thing for America that it was up to God and not ‘Mad Dog Mattis.’

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    • Marsha Frey says:

      We were warned much earlier by the highest of generals, Dwight D. Eisenhower — “beware of the Industrial complex”. In that same farewell speech as president he also said… “”In holding scientific research and discovery in respect, as we should, we must also be alert to the equal and opposite danger that public policy could itself become the captive of a scientific-technological elite.” We now see and find ourselves living the nightmare of both of these warnings. Unless Gen. Mattis comes out swinging, denies this action — he should be court martialed for treason. At 81 years old – I NEVER thought I would see the day our generals and scientists betrayed the Nation, never! But I am finding out it is a fact. May God make judgment on both.

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      • 1nikao says:

        And, also the Vice President by the sound of it. But then again, I am not surprised.

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      • TexanForever Thompson says:

        At 89+ years old I fully agree. … Marxist’s getting control of our education system has been our downfall.

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        • Marsha Frey says:

          I respect your comment even more – you have experienced America at its best and now we are experiencing the very worst. We know truth and find some peace in that truth — it is the last three generations I pray for — they have been “gaslighted and groomed” to follow/accept disaster. We have posterity that falls into this group, and it is painful.

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    • JiminCO says:

      Also up to US. We elected an outsider president for the large reason that regular folks saw federal government was a club and nobody listened to the voters anymore.

      The gall of some D.C. people who think their granted power gives them the right to supplant their own commander in chief. Would Mad Dog Mattis tolerate a lance corporal’s failure to solute him?

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  2. jasonn13 says:

    Good thing for America that it was up to God and not ‘Mad Dog Mattis.’

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    • jnr2d2 says:

      I gave Mattis till this morning to come out with a heart felt: “No, all those quotes are not true. Not a single one. I had no such discussion with Coats.”
      Silence is violence – so says the left. When a person takes so long, it means he is checking with his PR guy, lawyer, publicist, etc.
      If this is the case, watch for the non-denial denial :” I didn’t say that.”
      No follow-up allowed. Bill Clinton school of words meanings — depends on what the word “that” relates to!!!

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      • Snellvillebob says:

        “It depends on what your definition of ‘it’ is. Bill Clinton after being caught lying to Congress.

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      • Janus says:

        Perhaps Mattis did not respond because his silence is fully intentional. He’s a Marine and whatever his loyalties (or lack thereof) are to the Constitution and We the People, he’s not a coward. Mattis is not afraid of Trump or anyone else as he knows the Deep State has his back.

        A few years ago, I read an interesting comment a presidential historian, who said that every successful president has to at some point in his tenure (in order to save either his administration or the country–or both) must display utter ruthlessness. If God willing, Trump wins re-election, I hope he is utterly ruthless in punishing his (and our) enemies.

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        • nuthinmuffin says:

          I think he will invoke the insurrection act almost immediately. did you know that gitmo facilities have been quietly EXPANDED under president Trump? things that make you go “hmmm”…

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        • Marsha Frey says:

          Mattis may have Deep State at his back — but he’s got millions of patriotic Americans who don’t like nasty feral generals messing with their president.

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  3. Mr e-man says:

    Why is there this collective agreement that Trump is somehow dangerous, or incompetent, or insane. He has never been any of that. He built large successful business’s in multiple industries. He took risks, some he won, some he lost, just like every businessman.

    What did I miss that says Trump is bad? Because he doesn’t want us in foreign wars? That he wants to have peace in North Korea, and the middle east? That he recognizes the danger Iran poses and Obama giving them the nuclear bomb in just the next few years was a fools errand? That he wants the US to be energy independent? That he wants fair trade, not unfair trade like Nafta and TPP? That he understands we can’t outsource key competencies, and national security issue products like steel, and medicines? That manufacturing is a key for any society? That the best public policy is policy that is good for all Americans, regardless of race, not just for select individuals? That the African American community has been hit hard by the criminal justice system and that it needs reform? That funding Historical Black Colleges and Universities and funding opportunity zones helps those communities which need additional help? That Law and order are the foundations of a just society? That he loves our veterans and wants a strong military to deter aggression against us? That he wants other countries to pay up on their obligations for things such as NATO? That he wants to lower taxes and give the money back to the people that earned it? That he understands jobs mean less unemployment and therefore more givers than takers? That he knows America is a great country, the best in the world? That we can stand proud of our country on the world stage and not have to bow to dictators and apologize to despots? That God is an important aspect of Americans lives? That socialism doesn’t work anywhere and that Marxism and Communism led to millions of people murdered worldwide? That freedom and liberty are the pillars of a fair and just society? And much much more.

    Which of those do they think is dangerous? Or is it just that he is a brash talker and responds in kind to those who try to trash his character? I must be missing something if half the country, 99% of the media, many in his own party, and 100% of the Democratic Party are willing to burn their cities down, close the economy, destroy small businesses, attack fellow citizens, and destroy freedom and liberty just to stop him?

    Fortunately, about half the country stands with him. They do not see any of the above as bad. They see it as great. They may not be as vocal or active but hopefully they see that they need to stand against the mob and get out and vote in person for civility, and reality, and sanity to come back.

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    • Psycho Monkee says:

      Cuz there’$ trillion$ @ $take.
      That’$ why

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      • siriuslyhadit says:

        It is about money, but there is clearly way more to it than that. As Sundance implies, this is a battle for the soul of this country, for what this country, and the rest of the world, will be like going forward. There are so many more layers of this than meets the eye, and the depth of pure evil that President Trump and his allies face every day is indescribable, and will likely grow worse between now and the election. We all need to pray for him, but that is not enough anymore. We must become digital warriors, seeking out the truth and spreading it to those who are in the dark about what is happening. It’s go time.

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      • Dwayne Diesel says:

        This^^^

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      • Dwayne Diesel says:

        This^^^

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    • bayoukiki says:

      They know he’s dangerous — he isn’t playing their game. He isn’t doing things they way they’ve been done in the past. He doesn’t believe in starting unwinnable wars

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    • Jim Raclawski says:

      you have the “right stuff” here…. if you don’t mind – I’m saving your points… they go with the “failed Trump foreign policy” initiatives that will earn him a well deserved Nobel…. Semper Fi

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      • Pokey says:

        I doubt they will ever give PDJT a Nobel Prize, even though he deserves one. I think they are just setting him up for a pre-election embarrassment. Best he just keep joking about the Nobel that Obama received when he had never done anything but get himself elected by beating an old man who had a cancerous tumor on his face.

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        • JiminCO says:

          agree. If I were DJT, I would make the following announcement for evening news:

          “My fellow Americans, I have learned of efforts to nominate me for a Nobel Peace Prize. However, I have found from recent history that such peace prizes have been awarded to U.S. presidents just for being elected. I did not come to Washington just to be elected. That is no “peace”. I came to Washington to fight a WAR against entrenched, seditious power brokers who are cheating America out of its birthright. In this time of spiritual and cultural war for the nation’s soul, I ask that my name be removed.”

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        • rah says:

          I really don’t know why people make a big deal about the Nobel Peace Prize. A look at the lists of those nominated verses those who were awarded makes it clear that prize is worse than worthless as a true gage of those that work to bring peace.

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      • Snellvillebob says:

        Obviously, after giving obama a prize his second week in office shows that the Nobel Committee is either Socialist or can be purchased.

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      • Signreader says:

        Isn’t VSGPDJT much larger than a Nobel! He needs to decline it after all!

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    • amazed treetop downlooker says:

      EXEMPLARY post, e-man, thanks !

      55%overtly for MAGA/KAG+ 10-15%more, quietly/silently so.
      ~35% Black American patriots for MAGA/KAG + ~15-25% more, quietly/silently so.
      What am I missing ?

      MAGAKAGSlide2020!!!
      🙏🇺🇸🙏🇺🇸🙏🇺🇸

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    • Right to reply says:

      “Why is Trump dangerous?”

      1, He’s an outsider. He doesn’t play by their rules, and he doesn’t need their money.

      2, Not only is there nothing to blackmail him on, but when Comey met him with the dossier, Trump didn’t say bury it, he said investigate it. Imagine Comey’s reaction!

      3,Trump now has an interior view. Did the CIA take down JFK? Is Obama really American? Did the intelligence agencies know of 9/11 before it happened? Does all that money really fight wars, or does it fill the pockets of generals who invest in technology minerals, and thereby putting Kalashnikovs into the hands of African children? Will Trump question why the opium fields still bloom in Afghanistan etc

      4, Cheap and illegal labor. The backbone of every elite household. From the cook to the gardener to the meat packer, and even the grape pickers on Pelosi’s vineyard in California.

      5, Big pharma who make sure there aren’t hundreds of different policies, but would have preferred one policy (Obama Care) in which they could ply the taxpayer with a months supply of pills costing a $1000 while Europe get them for 3 cents per pill.

      6, Oil where war and threats are made and Boeing and Lockheed make billions in equipment. Trump just wants the oil pumped here.

      7, China and the factories where people go to die so that Elites like the Apple owners can charge $1500 for a phone that cost $30, and all other factories that do likewise while turning Americans into Zombies and giving options to flip burgers, or fry chicken for a living.

      The list is endless, and Trump has ruined it for them all.
      God bless and keep him safe.

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    • 1nikao says:

      All those things that you mentioned are the things that are making capital T $Trillions of dollars for all these old parastitic globalist bureaucrats.
      They will not go out without a fight.
      More likely, they believe they are entitiled to the money they have earned by selling the United States’ political equity. That equity which belongs to the people is being returned to the people & they, like Dan Coates, Mike Pence, Mattis, & Mark Milley believe it is theirs to spend & skim.
      In truth, they despise us, the American people. And, President Trump is the embodiment of our will.
      I pray to God they will fail in the efforts in November and that they fear us more now than they did four years ago.

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    • Madi says:

      Mr e-man : I enjoyed reading your comment. So true. I am still upset about « Iraq invasion because of WMD ». Where are the WMD?how many people died?
      « It does not require a majority to prevail , but rather an irate,tireless minoritykeen to set brush fires in people’s minds. » Samuel Adams

      Keep writing, talking .thank you

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    • Brenrod says:

      Excellent comment!

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    • sbostian says:

      If you accept that the deep state and self appointed elites are largely satanic and antihuman, the Trump virtues you listed are precisely the reason why he is hated and the prospect of his success is feared by his opponents.

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  4. Trillions of $$$$ at stake and compromising information as well.

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  5. NWGrassroots says:

    ‘UniParty Purple’ is telling . . .

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  6. Screaming Eagle says:

    Let me get this straight. These retired generals, sit on the boards of all of the major defense companies in this country, and make millions using their influence on top decision makers in the military. They SUPPOSEDLY have spent their entire careers fighting around the world against the forces of Tyranny, Communism, Socialism, Terrorism, and Totalitarianism. Yet today, right now, they are eagerly joining those very forces of the Democrat Deep State Socialist Party ??………..They’ve sold their country and its citizens out for their 30 pieces of silver. Judas’s – all of them. May God be with us. This really is Good vs. Evil fellow Treeps.

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    • Mr e-man says:

      I saw the Shadowgate movie by Millie Weaver. Are these Generals compromised, (nobody is perfect), or are they the compromisers gathering the dirt on people and then using/selling that information for personal profit?

      It is so hard to believe that someone who fought and watched people die in defense of our country would so easily give away their honor for the Golden Goose, or won’t stand up and continue to fight.

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    • Just Me says:

      Unfortunately it’s common for military contractors to put retired generals and admirals into high paying positions, I’ve personality seen it myself….. In my opinion there should be a law, with real teeth for violating, banning the practice due to the fact of undue influence and it’s kick back schemes.

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      • Raven says:

        I worked for the military 40 years ago, as a civilian in charge of what was at the time high-end technology. Just like every military member has to take an oath to protect the U.S. from all enemies — foreign and domestic — so do civilians who work for/with the military.

        To this day I have taken that oath seriously, and no one has ever said to me, ‘You’re relieved of the duty you swore to when you took that oath 40 years ago.’

        All these military members need to be rounded up and put in jail, put on Gitmo, for sedition.

        Did they ever take the oath they made seriously? Or are they leftist Democrats who, like the Islamic liars who have infiltrated our land, think it is OK to lie for their special causes?

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      • TexanForever Thompson says:

        I’ve seen it too, up front and personally. At Northrop back in the 1980’s a retired AF general had been made a corporate VP. He had been a “silk scarf” pilot. I wrote a paper to be presented at a NATO meeting on how AI would be a major factor in winning future air battles. The pompous ex-AF Vice President made me remove the artificial intelligence part and go with full pilot control before he would approve the paper for presentation.

        Now AI is a major factor in all forms of combat and civil everyday activities.

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  7. NJ Transplant says:

    Please – everyone – send this to the President. These people are really planning a coup to remove the President. They all have their reasons. The generals are working for defense contractors so they want eternal war.

    The democrats want the power so they can keep getting their kickbacks.

    President Trump is the only one who care about the people of the US who have been pushed down by all these people.

    This article gives me hope. https://www.lifesitenews.com/blogs/president-trump-will-lead-america-back-to-god-according-to-prediction-from-1980

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  8. Gary Lacey says:

    James Mattis is more attuned to keeping the status quo, after 44 years in the military, Mattis is reluctant to shift with the prevailing wind. Mattis didn’t take to heart Trump’s 2016 campaign speeches.

    President Donald J Trump got elected on change and he has kept his word to Americans. It seems anti-Trumpeters are anti because they want to keep the status quo, change isn’t in their lexicon.

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    • siriuslyhadit says:

      Mattis, and several other military brass, both active and retired, need to prepare to face military justice for their actions:
      18 U.S. Code § 2387. Activities affecting armed forces generally
      (a) Whoever, with intent to interfere with, impair, or influence the loyalty, morale, or discipline of the military or naval forces of the United States:
      (1) advises, counsels, urges, or in any manner causes or attempts to cause insubordination, disloyalty, mutiny, or refusal of duty by any member of the military or naval forces of the United States; or
      (2) distributes or attempts to distribute any written or printed matter which advises, counsels, or urges insubordination, disloyalty, mutiny, or refusal of duty by any member of the military or naval forces of the United States—
      Shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both, and shall be ineligible for employment by the United States or any department or agency thereof, for the five years next following his conviction.
      (b) For the purposes of this section, the term “military or naval forces of the United States” includes the Army of the United States, the Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Navy Reserve, Marine Corps Reserve, and Coast Guard Reserve of the United States; and, when any merchant vessel is commissioned in the Navy or is in the service of the Army or the Navy, includes the master, officers, and crew of such vessel.

      18 U.S. Code § 2384. Seditious conspiracy
      If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by force the Government of the United States, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the authority thereof, or by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or possess any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof, they shall each be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than twenty years, or both.

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      • Eileen McRae says:

        Add to that the Constitutional right that the President has to request a general court-martial and prosecute these generals for seditious conspiracy!
        3. General court-martial. This is the most serious level of military courts. These proceedings can only be convened by the president, secretary of defense, the commanding officer of a major military installation or by a general or flag officer. It’s often characterized as a felony court, and any punishment not prohibited by the UCMJ can be instilled, including dishonorable discharge or the death penalty.

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      • JohninMK says:

        I am not American, here in the UK when the military retire that’s it, they are gone with a pension. As I understand it, at least for some that is not the case in the US, where, rather than retire with a pension, they stay on in the Reserve, still on the payroll but at a reduced rate as their ‘pension’. If so, Clause a 2 above could apply.

        “shall be ineligible for employment by the United States” is the sting in the tail, bang goes their pay/pension.

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        • siriuslyhadit says:

          In the US the law stipulates that “retired members of a regular component of the armed forces who are entitled to pay” and “members of the Fleet Marine Corps Reserve” are subject to court-martial jurisdiction.
          The reasoning is that retirement is simply a change of military status and retired personnel are subject to recall should the need arise. The Supreme Court has upheld this law in a variety of individual cases.

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  9. Caius Lowell says:

    Mattis is not America’s friend, and — pro-tip — neither is John Allen…

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  10. Mr_Mayhem says:

    I suspect there is a risk for an attack from the right while we are all mesmerized about the left. Folks are discussing Penske here.

    One general’s comment in the coup-talk summary associated with Defense One, was that Trump was not a religious man, something to the effect that he used religion only when it served his political purposes.

    To me, that sounds like a message targeting the religious right within the military-Washington power set, essentially messaging via cocktail circles that Trump is a religious faker in ways which might resonate in the minds of other would-be coup participants. Is this possibly a whisper campaign tied to Pence?

    Because that is the form it would take, that “Trump is not one of us”, using a religious argument for consumption by those circles. It would be interesting to know if there are any echoes of this construct floating around. Usually In counterintelligence there is a left attack and a right attack going on. Left is critical race theory, right might be twisting Christian religion to build an anti-Trump consensus.
    If Pence was in on it, woah. Much more alignment studies needed in that area perhaps.

    The only thing that always got me about Pence was how he seems stiff as a board, like Pompeo, who apparently is an end-times Christian, and Romney, another stiff as a board kind of presense. It’s kind of ironic that this stiffness is exactly what Trump made fun of at his campaign rallies by imitating it. That’s all I got, just noticing the dissonance.

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    • Lady Sid says:

      I’m seeing that in some of the top Repubs in my state. They’re kind of wearing their “Christianity” on their sleeves, hosting events like “Faith, Family and Freedom.” Yawn. Sort of lukewarm to Trump IMO. Don’t really trust this crew, but they do have the $$$. Almost no Dems in power here any more, but the Repubs aren’t any fun. No drinking, smoking or doing the hoochy-coo. Sad and boring times. Miss the bad old days.

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    • 1nikao says:

      There are those club-christians who believe “their” christianisty requires a rite of passage. You may be onto something. My inkling is the Mike Pence, Mitt Romney, Mike Pompeo, Paul Ryans are more bothered by the “immoral” Trump. They are holier-than-thou. And, while I cautiously refrain from questioning the trueness of their faith, I often see self-professing Christians who lack faith in God’s ability to use people for his own purposes, such as President Trump.
      President Trump is aligned with a different type of Christianity than theze mentioned. He grew up under Norman Vincent Peale, the Power of Positive Thinking.
      True Christianity is faith in the final work of Jesus Christ crucified to save a sinful world. The walk of the Chrisitian would recognize and submit to the authority of the government of the people, by the people, and for the people. While participating lawfully within the bounds of the law.
      Methinks the politicians don’t trust God as much as they think they do. And, the trust the voters in America even less.

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      • Madi says:

        1nikao- it is call Zionism …. Zionist mormon, Zionist evanligical Christians , Zionist jews : under disguised as socialist/communist/progressives. Before the rise of Hitler something was happening in Germany: read your history .
        Look for USS ship bombed in 06/1967 by Israel cover up? Why : Trunews.com
        I forgot to add Zionist Muslim Zionist secular …
        What do they all have in common

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  11. I’m floored by this accusation of Bob Woodward against James Mattis. If true, it is quite serious. But, how can we trust Bob Woodward?

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    • Has Mattis denied the Woodward allegations/quotes ?

      Nope !

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    • lokiscout says:

      “But, how can we trust Bob Woodward?”
      Now that right there is the question of the day! Truth is I don’t. He is an RCH better than Bernstein but they both deserve their place on the ash-heap of history and nothing more.
      There was something about both Mattis and Kelly that ran counter to President Trump and he fired their behinds. That’s the way it works. Maybe they were part of the plot but I’m not taking Woodward’s word for squat.

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  12. Kel nelson says:

    Magnificent article…your work is explosive and so important to those of us who seek truth.

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  13. These mutineers would have been hanged by the neck until dead during the George Washington Administration.

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  14. warrprin1 says:

    I opened the link, posted by anniesezso, from way back on the first page of these comments.

    Lacking the expertise myself to determine whether the email thread is real or phony, I’m certain there are many here who are able to determine yea or nay.

    IMHO we need to have all the puzzle pieces turned face-up. If the content of the email thread is real, several mysteries would be cleared up. *The 1st attempt to push VSGPDJT out of the arena was not launched by Dems.

    The web address on which the email thread is posted: americandigitalnews.com

    OCTOBER 2016. Post GOP Convention / Post Nomination Confirmation.

    The correspondents in the email chain are:
    Spkr P. Ryan
    Mike Pence
    Jim Atterholt, Pence’s Chief of Staff
    John D. Hoppe, GOP power broker (reporter’s description; not mine)
    “Chase” aka “Patrol Design”, site designer

    This is annie’s post from 1st page of this string: (Thank you, annie.)
    anniesezso says:
    September 9, 2020 at 10:03 pm
    Thank you for this. Either I never knew or else I had forgotten the Cleveland Deal. I didn’t find much, but this publication (never heard of it before so take with grain of salt plus they admit to rumor) states Rat Ryan planned to change first round voting by delegates to whomever they wanted, which I thought was protected by law. Also states PT wanted Flynn as VP. Does anyone have any info/comment on this?

    https://americandigitalnews.com/index.php/2017/08/19/pence-ryan-2016-emails-and-the-cleveland-deal/

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  15. Cole says:

    https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/2018-amendments-manual-courts-martial-united-states/

    January 1, 2019
    “Sec. 12. In accordance with Article 33 of the UCMJ, as amended by section 5204 of the MJA, the Secretary of Defense, in consultation with the Secretary of Homeland Security, will issue nonbinding guidance regarding factors that commanders, convening authorities, staff judge advocates, and judge advocates should take into account when exercising their duties with respect to the disposition of charges and specifications in the interest of justice and discipline under Articles 30 and 34 of the UCMJ. That guidance will take into account, with appropriate consideration of military requirements, the principles contained in official guidance of the Attorney General to attorneys for the Federal Government with respect to the disposition of Federal criminal cases in accordance with the principle of fair and evenhanded administration of Federal criminal law.”

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  16. KaD says:

    Trump isn’t fit but somehow the dementia patient Biden, on-her-back Harris and homo muslim Obama are.

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    • Madi says:

      Yep it is remarkable to see who are those offended by Our President immoralities
      A very imperfect man that became the voice of his imperfect constituants who elected him and we will elect him again
      May our nation survive
      I believe God is in control, Pray

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  17. DeWalt says:

    All he has to do is go on National TV and call up the Militia. Those are words the military and corrupt politicians don’t want to hear. Then it’s game over.

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  18. Snellvillebob says:

    This explains just why the plane carrying absentee ballots for the troops might have crashed at Shindad Air Base, Afganistan in 2012.

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  19. useyourhead2 says:

    I would think that if these allegations regarding Jim Mattis are untrue, then he would be inclined to sue for slander and defamation given their serious nature. If however he remains silent and takes no action, then that should confirm that the allegations are true and that President Trump was correct to fire him, though the President did not relate his reason to these charges.

    So what is it going to be Jimbo??

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    • whoseyore says:

      For some reason, I am unable to ‘Like’ comments on this site, but want to say, that you are so right about this. Time will tell. Same with Pence, wonder what he will have to say?

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    • Eric Betz says:

      Or maybe he’s ignoring it because to dignify such slander with a response is to give it more credence than it deserves. Mattis was a General of high standing, the Marines as a rule loved him, and he chose to retire because he did not agree with the President, and as a General he was aware that if a General and a President disagree on fundamental policy, it’s the General who walks.

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  20. Do not forget that Bob Woodward played a major role in an earlier coup, one that succeeded in removing a duly elected president from office.

    This bombshell might be, likely is, disinformation.

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  21. TexanForever Thompson says:

    So “Mad Dog” Mattis really IS mad. (We once held him in high regard.) He betrayed his President, who trusted him. And Dan Coates is almost as bad. If this onfo is true, they both should be arrested charged, convicted, and given life sentences. In wartime it would easily be the death penalty.

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  22. Dragonfly says:

    I find the part about Mike Pence being in collusion with the coup and helping to employ “bad actors” to be seriously disturbing, yet nobody else commented on that. Donald Trump, the best president we’ve ever had, is completely alone, surrounded by literal assassins if there is any truth to the allegation. The next 4 years are going to be a REAL revelation of the swamp. Trump gives everyone enough rope to hang themselves and they all have so far, except Pence. I hope it isn’t true, but if it is, we need to know ASAP. It’s sickening the way they all just keep getting away with everything, and that the Clinton career criminal is still walking free, flapping her fetid mouth.

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  23. JC1974 says:

    I think every vice-president is picked by the Deep State. I also wouldn’t hesitate to think Pence was picked to put the brakes on Trump. But, why didn’t Trump then make a move to replace in this race? He could have picked Mark Meadows or someone and I don’t think it would have changed anything with the base.

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  24. USA Citizen says:

    Bob Woodward (the Democrat SNAKE) interviewed President Trump about the Corona-19. President Trump told him he didn’t want the country to panic, just like President Franklin Roosevelt did during the Great Depression, and President George Bush did after the 911 bombing in New York. President Trump did everything right. He stopped Travel from China right away, even though Joe Biden called President Trump a Racist for doing that. What President Trump did is protected thousands of people from getting the China virus. Also President Trump stopped people from Europe from coming into the USA, and that protected thousands of people from getting the virus, what President Trump did was smart and very brave. President Trump also closed down the country to control the virus, which was very smart, but it also hurt our economy, because businesses had to close down, a recommendation from the Scientists, now President Trump is bringing our country back to where it was before China deliberately sent the China virus to us. No other President has ever done so much for our country like President Trump did. He made our country the strongest ever in jobs for everybody, the biggest and strongest military and safety for our country. The Democrat Party is trying to hurt President Trump in every way they can, so they can take power and make Dementia Joe Biden the President of the USA and also incompetent Kamala Harris as his Vice President. Don’t let the Democrats take over the USA or our country will no longer be America, it will be a Socialist/Communist country like China. If that happens, our country is DOOMED! Vote for President Donald J. Trump November 3, 2020, the only candidate that can save our country.

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  25. vrajavala says:

    Harley Schlanger noted that Col Richard Black (former JAG officer) spoke at the Schillings Institute and also spoke about these generals plotting to remove the President https://larouchepac.com

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  26. LaBonBon says:

    I would love to know the consensus here on Pence. ????????

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  27. beefrank says:

    So we are to believe Woodward? Not!

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  28. beefrank says:

    So we are to believe Woodward? Not!

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  29. beefrank says:

    So we are to believe Woodward? Not!

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  30. beefrank says:

    So we are to believe Woodward? Not!

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  31. David R. Graham says:

    Source is WaPo and Woodward, so, beware at least. Still, someone wants this propaganda circulating. WaPo is CIA outlet. I suspect someone at CIA wants to keep Mattis out of the VP slot when Harris replaces Biden, or, out of DOD under Harris.

    News is what we do not hear. The rest is propaganda, which can be sussed out, but remains propaganda both as to first level content and absolute reason for appearance.

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  32. timetostandandfight says:

    I do not care what he served as. What he accomplished as a military person, NONE of it matters. Mattis IS Garbage 100% and deserves a Traitors Death.

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  33. Kulak69 says:

    Benedict Arnold was a rock-star, too. Until he wasn’t.

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  34. TexanForever Thompson says:

    Mattis did one GOOD thing: … His “Mad Dog” name helped get Trump elected President in 2016. (other than that, he’s nothing but seditious crap.)

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  35. Can anyone confirm my memory that Obama placed twenty some “Czars” in departments where Senate confirmation would have been public and would have taken time? If my memory is correct it would seem to me that the wide distribution of “Czars” would enable Obama to quickly run those departments.

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  36. whoseyore says:

    I have always said in this forum that VP Pence did not like, nor support our President. It was so obvious to me when you would see him in a meeting with the President, you never saw him nodding his head in agreement, smiling appropriately when he should be. Instead his eyes would be squinted and looking off in a distance or looking at the floor or at the table. Never supportive and his wife, Karen hates him. Just look at her expressions when the cameras were on her at the RNC event a couple of weeks ago. I made mention of that on here at the time. You can just tell from her demeanor any time she is around him that she is not only not friendly, but she cannot seem to tolerate him at all. I don’t think that President Trump should get a new VP right now, but as soon as the election is over, dump Pence and quit listening to his advice right away!
    I am from Indiana and have never liked or trusted Pence. He is supposed to be a Christian, but I think that he is in with the Deep State. Many people lose their souls when they become politicians, or professional actors, actresses, musicians, and athletes. The root of all evil is the love of money and if you are corrupt enough, you can become millionaires.

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    • Madi says:

      Yep they take a pledge to support a little country their allegiance too.i am against foreign and domestic enemy. I do not trust those « Christians » who have their Jesus in the pocket and $$$$ & Power in their heart and lied about it.
      Our President has Jesus in his heart and his money is in his pocket. He does not lied about it. He loves money, power and TV. Look at his children…

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    • sbostian says:

      Pence does have a “rap sheet” that would make anybody forever distrust him: 1) It is well known that his best friend is Jeff Flake. 2) He was instrumental in forcing General Flynn out of the White House staff. 3) He keeps his staff fully stocked with never Trumpers. 4. Often when Trump is attacked, Pence steps aside to preserve his “purity”. 5. He strongly supported Coats as Trump’s DNI. 6. He assembled and runs the White House Coronavirus Task Force and allows Fauci, Birx, Hahn and Redfield to undermine and lie to Trump without consequence. Remember that Birx & Fauci used the fake Imperial University pandemic model and its 2.2 million Americans dead fraud to bully Trump into following their disastrous recommendations.

      I have never trusted Pence since he came into the Trump orbit. As to his professions of Christianity, I do remember the words of Christ: “Not everyone who says to me Lord, Lord will enter the Kingdom of Heaven. I have known many convincing fake Christians in my 70 years and am sure that many of you have as well.

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  37. Mongoose1952 says:

    Mad dog wearing, of all things, the “Purple” tie, the color of rebellion, revolution that the Dems/Left want so much in this country. What a disgrace!

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