Three high-ranking military officers who had renounced the criminal Biden regime in favor of standing alongside Marine Corps Gen. David H. Berger and the Constitutionalist faction of the U.S. Armed Forces performed an about-face after a Republican Red Wave did not materialize, a source in the general’s office told Real Raw News.
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On Wednesday morning General Berger received emails or text messages from the following officers: 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.
The latter wrote, “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 messages, our source said, held a similar tone. General Robinson wrote in a lengthy email 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.
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“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.