Former Virginia State Senator Colonel Richard H. Black (USA ret.) is raising the alarm: a military coup is being prepared by General Mattis and others as a "Plan B" of the globalist enemies of President Donald Trump, with "Plan A" being to steal the election.
Col. Black's initial warning, given at a Schiller Institute conference on September 5th, can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVXX8WIJpKk. The transcript is available here: https://larouchepub.com/eiw/public/2020/2020_30-39/2020-37/28-30_4737.pdf.
Col. Black's background:
Black served as a pilot in the US Marines during the Vietnam War, earning the Purple Heart medal. He flew 269 combat helicopter missions with HMM-362, which operated out of Ky Ha, Vietnam. Later, Black joined the US Army JAG Corps, eventually heading the Army's Criminal Law Division at the Pentagon.
After retiring from the military in 1994, Black became involved in Virginia politics, serving in the VA State Assembly from 1998-2006 and in the VA State Senate from 2011-2020. In 2015, he won his seat in a contest with Jill McCabe, wife of then-FBI Dep. Director Andrew McCabe.
In 2015, Black was named an "enemy of ISIS" by ISIS:
And no one knew she was even pregnant.
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