A coup at the Pentagon. Chiefs overthrown

A shocking incident at the Pentagon, the headquarters of the U.S. military: A man who calls himself the president, Joseph R. Biden, visited the Pentagon on the pretext of conducting a presidential inspection. His real impulse was to find out if the rumor that Donald J. Trump was in a secret meeting with Marine General David H. Berger was true, which might explain why the Pentagon police denied him access to the property. While RRNews could not confirm Trump’s presence at the Pentagon, we can now verify previous reports that pointed to a dramatic transfer of power in the nation’s most secure structure.

On April 14, two days before the Pentagon’s defense forces turned their backs on a shocked and confused Biden, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark A. Milley — according to a confidential source involved in Trump’s mission to eliminate Deep State agents across the country — called seven more chiefs to the Pentagon.

General Milley, our source said, criticized his colleagues for allowing high-ranking officers from all parts of the U.S. armed forces to undermine Biden’s presidency. General Milley said that Biden was the Democratic president-elect of the United States, and that all personnel in the armed forces, from the lowest private to the top general, have a patriotic duty to support and protect democracy, Joseph Biden and Kamala Harris.

“For all we know, he was acting like a loose shot. It was a curse machine, cursing to high-ranking lifelong members of our military. He said he had heard that they were helping Trump with so-called “secret and illegal arrests” of prominent active and retired politicians. He kept getting into them and said he’d recommend that Biden and Harris fire them,” the source said.

General Milley reportedly offered the other joint chiefs of staff one last chance to renounce their allegiance to Donald J. Trump and swear allegiance to Joseph R. Biden and Kamala Harris.

Of all the chiefs, only one jumped to his feet in support of Biden. General Daniel R. Hokanson, head of the National Guard. He denounced Donald Trump and told General Milley that he and the National Guard would honor their oath to the Constitution. He said they were ready to defend Biden’s presidency with their lives if necessary.

Our source said that U.S. Marine Corps Commander David H. Berger, a longtime supporter of Donald Trump, handed General Milley an envelope. The envelope had an arrest warrant issued by the U.S. Navy’s General Counsel’s Office. She called General Milley a traitor to America and its people.

“Apart from you and this coward,” General Berger said, pointing to General Hokanson, “we all support this great nation and reject the forces of darkness that are destroying the codification that our founding fathers worked so hard for. (Codification is the process of creating a written right in the form of a code or order.) We stand with the nation, not one man. Why do you say Kamala Harris’ name along with Biden’s name in every sentence so eagerly? We know why.”

Gen. Milley — our source added — tore up the warrant and called it a joke. He promised General Berger he’d hang for treasonous thoughts.

General Berger reportedly replied, “If anyone is going to be hanged, it won’t be me. And we’ve been waiting for that for a long time.”

A dozen armed members of the Pentagon’s Protective Forces entered the conference room and handcuffed Generals Milley and Hokanson.

Finally, our source stated that Milley and Hokanson have since been transferred to Guantánamo Bay, where they will eventually be held accountable to a military court.

Asked if Donald J. Trump was at the Pentagon on April 16, our source replied, “I can’t say yes or no. But what is happening now is a prelue to his re-election on Independence Day.”