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Biden “Black Hats” Switch Sides, Ask Gen. Smith for Mercy

A U.S. Army colonel who pledged allegiance to illegitimate pResident Joseph Biden in 2021 is now repentant and asking White Hat leadership to forgive his indiscretion, a source in General Eric M. Smith’s office told Real Raw News.

On May 17, Colonel Ryan Kendall, commander of the 12th Aviation Brigade, Katterbach Kaserne, Germany, sent a handwritten letter to General Smith expressing regret for acknowledging Biden’s legitimacy and supporting what he now calls an unlawful dominion. Kendall, who graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1999 and later served in Iraq and Afghanistan, wrote that the late Lloyd Austin and Mark Milley had pressured and “bullied” him into calling Trump an insurrectionist and commanding him to ensure his subordinates understood that Biden had won the 2020 election fairly. His most recent orders, he went on, staunchly convinced him that the Biden regime was mustering loyalists for a future war against American citizens.

Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks, Kendall wrote, had recently issued immoral and unconstitutional orders he could not in good conscience obey. They included the phrase “against all enemies, foreign and domestic,” and instructed him to institute training regimens that involved deploying attack helicopters in densely populated urban environments. “Remember, President Biden is commander-in-chief, and we prepare for various situations. You could be recalled stateside at any time,” Hicks said in her “orders.”

In his letter to Gen. Smith, Col. Kendall lamented his misjudgment and said he had shared Hicks’ orders with senior staff and pilots on active flight status, informing them he was abandoning his support of the Biden administration and instead endorsing the lawful commander-in-chief, Donald Trump, and the military commanders he had sanctioned to drain the swamp. Kendall’s correspondence was footnoted with 35 other officers’ signatures, including 1st Battalion, 3rd Aviation Regiment commander Jeffrey B. Meinders.

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“My future is in your and President Trump’s hands. I deeply regret neglecting my oath. I, and this military installation and its assets, are at your disposal,” Kendall closed the letter.

Our source said: “The implication is as plain as the nose on your face: They’re planning to steal the election, and Hicks is illegally ordering the regime’s Black Hats (military loyal to Biden and Obama) to prep for an attack on patriots and White Hats who’ll work to block Biden’s installation. In the past, Col. Kendall made poor choices, but Gen. Smith feels he deserves a second chance. I don’t know if Trump’s been informed.”

In closing, our source said Gen. Smith carefully weighs the Deep State’s prodigious threats, even if some are pipedreams or folly. “If they bring the war to the streets, they’ll get a war they can’t possibly fathom,” he said.

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