Donald Trump’s Presidency was under assault from many Deep State actors.
Not even high-ranking military brass could be trusted.
And a disgraced General got caught red-handed lying to Trump about one radical group.
According to the book Peril by Watergate reporter Bob Woodward, General Mark Milley likely committed treason.
Milley went behind Donald Trump’s back and pledged to give China advanced warning of any nuclear attack.
He also implored other military officials to pledge their “oath” to him and circumvent any nuclear strike order from Trump.
The entire notion of Trump starting nuclear war with China was preposterous, especially considering he wanted to bring troops home and work out a peace deal with North Korea.
Now it appears that Milley lied to Trump about the true threat of Black Lives Matter and other far-left extremists during the 2020 summer riots.
National File reports:
“The excerpts [from ‘Peril’]…quote Milley as saying ‘Mr. President, they are not burning it down,’ in reference to the rioters who were burning down large sections of American cities. Milley’s claims, if he actually made them as stated in the book, would be completely false and wholly devoid of facts.”
During the 2020 riots, over two dozen people lost their lives, property damage surpassed $2 billion, courthouses and police stations were firebombed, statues were pulled down, and even churches were burned.
The “mostly peaceful” protests were some of the most destructive riots in American history.
National File continued:
“‘They used spray paint, Mr. President, that’s not an insurrection,’ the book also quotes Milley as saying, as well as, ‘We’re a country of 330 million people. You’ve got these penny packet protests.’ Milley reportedly went on to shill extremist black grievance talking points to the President, stating, ‘That’s pent up in communities that have been experiencing what they perceive to be police brutality.’”
If right-wing protesters had caused a fraction of the chaos, the entire narrative would’ve been different.
And the Capitol Hill riot of January 6 is the clear test case.
Milley had a completely different stance on that riot.
National File added:
“Later in the book, Milley reportedly took a much different stance on election integrity protests at the Capitol on Jan. 6, claiming the political protest that he personally disagreed with ‘was indeed a coup attempt and nothing less than “treason.”’ Milley infamously invoked ‘white rage’ as a description of American politics in testimony before Congress.”
General Milley’s actions show how there’s an entrenched establishment class in Washington, D.C. that does just about whatever it wants.
They’re allowed to get away with it because the corporate-controlled press refuses to hold them accountable.
Milley should be excoriated for his actions, but portions of the media will treat him as a noble figure.
Stay tuned to Conservative Underground News for any updates to this ongoing story.