In July 2020, President Donald J. Trump’s “Space Force” placed 4 top-secret satellites into orbit from Virginia.
This enabled the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) the United States agency responsible for operating spy satellites, to transfer top secret payloads and technology into space.
It also gave President Trump unprecedented ability to gather intelligence with no to little interference from foreign entities and from various powers within the U.S.
Some of this intelligence could be used to track all facets of the upcoming November elections.
“This was so secret, even Vice President Pence didn’t know,” a military connected source informed me. “Russia had satellites chasing one of ours staying within 100 miles on its trail. Looking back, we now understand why Pence wasn’t in the loop for the most top secret activities.”
Through various sources, including seven of our readers (who likely don’t know each other because they live in five different states), there is a good deal of “chatter” about a process called Devolution.
This devolution is a confirmed process being preserved by the U.S. military to secretly maintain and save President Donald Trump’s administration.
I first heard about devolution in November 2020 after the election, but was unsuccessful in obtaining reliable confirmation along the way. It appeared outlandished, but as specific events unfolded, it has shown to be quite feasible.
“This is something going on out there and so top secret, it’s doubtful many in the military or the White House even know what is happening,” one long time, very reliable, Washington D.C. area source said in November. “Just pay attention to what President Trump says–and his actions. It will be behind the backs of key staff, including military leadership, and powerful politicians.”
The first surprise was replacing key defense leaders, including promoting Christopher C. Miller to Secretary of Defense on November 9th, 2020. I reported it here. This was followed quickly by naming Kash Patel, Ezra Cohen-Watnick, David Norquist and others to key military positions.
Almost immediately, we learned globalists on the Defense Policy Board were terminated from their positions by Trump. This list of New World Order proponents included former Secretaries of State Madeleine Albright and Henry Kissinger, former ranking member of the House Intelligence committee Jane Harman and former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor.
Others given the axe were former Chief of Naval Operations retired Adm. Gary Roughead, former chief operating officer at the Pentagon Rudy De Leon, former George W. Bush deputy national security adviser J.D. Crouch II, former undersecretary at the Department of the Treasury David McCormick, former deputy attorney general under Bill Clinton Jamie Gorelick, Robert Joseph and former top defense official Franklin Miller.
The Defense Policy Board is an outside advisory group of former high profile national security officials who “provide the Secretary of Defense and the Deputy Secretary of Defense, independent, informed advice and opinions concerning matters of defense policy in response to specific tasks.”
Why did Trump make these abrupt changes?
Our military intelligence and spying abilities were enhanced through Space Force. It was this ability that exposed and captured behind the scenes dangers to America (and even provided the true vote count in the November election).
It was Space Force technology that helped Trump decide on the now famous raid in Frankfort, Germany. It happened as soon as Miller and company were put in place. I wrote about it here.
Here are some key facts to note:
1. Continuity of operations (COOP) planning has been in existence by the United States since the Cold War as an effort to preserve the continuity of government (COG) in the event of a Nuclear Attack.
2. These operations have evolved to the point that each and every federal government agency and department has COG and COOP plans.
3. Supposedly, President Trump initiated the devolution process through the Military and the Department of Defense because of intelligence indicators revealing extreme and growing cyber, electronics, space and spy technology warfare.
4. Trump said on several occasions that when China permitted COVID-19 to escape Wuhan, that was essentially an act of war paramount to at least the attack on Pearl Harbor.
5. When the U.S. is at war—even when it is an undeclared war—the President has powers not available to him in peacetime.
6. These powers do not require congressional approval and many times when they are exercised, the public is not aware. The President can, in wartime, take whatever steps are deemed necessary to save the Republic.
The devolution theory bares more towards reality with a close examination of presidential memoranda, executive orders, and odd personnel changes made in 2020 related to national security.
“Central to the devolution theory is that Trump knew the election would be stolen by a foreign power, and he viewed this as an act of war,” a recent whistleblower posted on Telegram.
“In response, he preemptively and covertly took steps to invalidate the outcome of the election,” the post continued. “The measures he took are known only to a handful of people, but they effectively make him the true Commander in Chief. A decision was made to allow the public to believe Joe Biden is President, but at a later date, we will be informed of the truth.”
“Further, the theory proposes that a few key military assets around the country are covertly supporting Trump, while most of the military believes Biden is calling the shots,” indicates a knowledgeable post on Gab. “At a future time—perhaps when indisputable evidence of election fraud is made public—the military and Trump will make their big reveal.”
“One objection to the theory is the adoption of ‘woke’ ideology by military leaders,” the Gab poster wrote. “Critics say that the military has gone soft and would not support Trump today. The U.S. military is comprised of approximately one million people who come from all walks of life, who espouse diverse ideologies and have different loyalties. It’s a gross oversimplification to say ‘the military is corrupt,’ or ‘the military is woke.’ The military is highly compartmentalized. The ideologies and loyalties of one group are not universally embraced by other groups.”
“Members of Special Operations teams are selected from a large number of applicants based on specific criteria including loyalty,” an expert in military explained. “You’re not going to find wokeism being promoted in their ranks. These men and women are patriots, and the devolution articles suggest that these are the very people Trump is working with.”
To learn more detail, here are interesting links to the Devolution articles from whistleblower Patel Patriot:
Devolution – Part 1: https://patelpatriot.substack.com/p/devolution
Devolution – Part 2: https://patelpatriot.substack.com/p/devolution-part-2
Devolution – Part 3: https://patelpatriot.substack.com/p/devolution-part-3
Devolution – Part 4: https://patelpatriot.substack.com/p/devolution-part-4
Devolution – Part 5: https://patelpatriot.substack.com/p/devolution-part-5
Devolution – Part 6: https://patelpatriot.substack.com/p/devolution-part-6
Devolution – Part 7: https://patelpatriot.substack.com/p/devolution-part-7
Patel Patriot’s Telegram chat: https://t.me/patelpatriotchat