With it being common knowledge within the US Navy that President Trump would bide his time before confronting STRATCOM Deputy Commander Vice Admiral Charles Richard for his shameful treatment of Seaman-Submariner Kristian Saucier, this report says, Trump’s opportunity came this past June (2017) when a tornado struck Offutt Air Force Base, in Nebraska (home base of STRATCOM)—and whose damage crippled the entire defense of the United States when only one of its four “Doomsday” communication planes use by the president during time of war was left operable—and that Vice Admiral Richard was directly responsible for as he had not dispersed these critical “Doomsday” planes prior to their being damaged—and that left the US vulnerable for months.
In early February (2018), this report continues, President Trump made a secret trip to Offutt Air Base to directly confront Vice Admiral Richard—but whose Air Force One aircraft was spotted—and that caused STRATCOM to laughably claim that all Air Force One did was “take a few loops around the base, a few touch and go landings, before refueling and flying back home”.
The reality of President Trump’s secret visit to Offutt Air Base, though, this report notes, was to personally notify STRATCOM that the Pentagon was starting an immediate audit of a $1.3 billion construction contract whose vast monies were disappearing—and that was under the direct control and supervision of STRATCOM Deputy Commander Vice Admiral Charles Richard.
In another blow delivered to the reputation and military judgment of STRATCOM Deputy Commander Vice Admiral Charles Richard, this report concludes, President Trump, within the past 24 hours, totally invalidated Vice Admiral Richard’s entire testimony before the US Federal Court by his granting a full pardon to Seaman-Submariner Kristian Saucier—which is, in fact, a total repudiation of Vice Admiral Richard that no military commander can long survive—and who, after his receiving notice of this pardon, has now mysteriously disappeared—with some fearing he may be suicidal—but still to be thought of is the always feared “Seven In Days May” movie scenario coming true.
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