BREAKING: Chris Miller May Be The Last Person We Have To Save America- Here’s What You Need To Know

Traitor Joe aka Beijing Biden is due to be sworn in as the next President of the United States of America. Washington D.C. aka District of Criminals has been turned into a dystopian compound comprised of barricades and fences. Since 2017  there have been rumblings that a secret group of military operatives have been working to drain the swamp and save America from the evil global communist cabal.

Tomorrow is the big day when either all the Q fans are right and President Trump makes the arrests and filmed confessions of the Deep State start being played across the airwaves or the satanists win and puppet Biden is put into office.


There are plenty of theories floating around out there about this. One in particular involves a special operations takedown of a CIA datacenter overseas that was tied to the theft of the election and the hacking of the voting machines.  I personally tried to vet this theory with several of my connections within the special operations community. I was unable to get ANY form of confirmation either way. This is particularly strange, as if this was a ludicrous story my connections would certainly have told me so. The fact that I got tight lips tells me that something is in fact happening.

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The recent appointment of Chris Miller as acting Secretary of Defense seems to have led credence to this theory.  The latest appointment to the NSA by Trump over the weekend has drunken Nancy all whipped up into a tizzy.  Anything that makes crazy Nancy mad has got to be a good thing for America.

Back to Chris Miller, here’s what you need to know about new acting Secretary of Defense Christopher C. Miller:

1. Miller Was an Aide to President Donald Trump on the National Security Council From 2018 to 2019

Miller has served in the Trump administration since 2018, when he was named special assistant to the president and senior director for counterterrorism and transnational threats at the National Security Council. In this position, Mr. Miller was responsible for strategic level policy making and implementation, and support to senior NSC and White House leadership.


In January 2020, Miller moved to the Department of Defense and was sworn into his role as assistant secretary of defense for special operations and low-intensity conflict. Miller was responsible for “overseeing the employment of special operations forces in counterterrorism, Military Information Support Operations (MISO), Information Operations, unconventional warfare, irregular warfare, direct action, special reconnaissance, foreign internal defense, counter proliferation, sensitive special operations, and personnel recovery/hostage issues as specified by the Secretary of Defense.


In August 2020, he was confirmed by the Senate to be the director of the National Counterterrorism Center in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. He was nominated to that role in May 2020.

The move to shift Miller after the election is an unprecedented one, according to The Associated Press. According to The AP, Esper had a “strained relationship” with Trump that collapsed after civil unrest across the country led to a debate in the administration about the military’s role in responding to it. Esper opposed using active-duty troops on the ground in states where unrest was occurring.

The AP wrote, “It is the first time in the modern era that a president seeking reelection has removed his Pentagon chief after Election Day. Presidents who win reelection often replace Cabinet members, including the secretary of defense, but losing presidents have kept their Pentagon chiefs in place until Inauguration Day to preserve stability in the name of national security.”

2. Miller Served in the U.S. Army From 1983 Until 2014, Including in Iraq & Afghanistan, & Commanded an Army Unit Tasked With Tracking Down Osama Bin Laden Before 9/11

Miller is an Army veteran and retired Army Special Forces officer who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to his DOD bio. Miller was commissioned in the Army as an infantry officer in 1987 after participating in R.O.T.C. while studying at George Washington University. He started his career in the Army in 1983 as an enlisted infantryman in the Army Reserve and served as a military policeman in the District of Columbia National Guard.

During his time in the Army, in 1999, Miller was part of a pre-9/11 Army unit tasked with tracking down Osama Bin Laden, he told the Senate before his confirmation hearing to the director of the national counterterrorism role.

Miller moved to Special Forces in 1993, serving with the 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne).

Throughout his career, he served within other special operations organizations, culminating with command of the 2nd Battalion, 5th SFG(A). Mr. Miller participated in the initial combat operations in Afghanistan in 2001 and Iraq in 2003, in addition to numerous follow-on deployments to both theaters, and has extensive inter-agency and joint special operations experience.

Miller wrote in a Senate questionnaire before a confirmation hearing in August, “I have spent my entire adult life working national security issues at all levels of the United States Government. During the course of my career as an infantry officer and special forces operator, I received specialized training in, and became a recognized subject matter expert on, the collection, use, and oversight of intelligence at the tactical, operational and strategical level for counterterrorism operations.”

3. Miller, Who Studied at the Naval War College, the Naval College of Command & the Army War College, Worked for a Defense Contractor After Retiring From the Army

Along with his degree in history from George Washington University, Miller has a master of arts degree in national security studies from the Naval War College and graduated from the Naval College of Command and the Army War College.

Miller attended the Naval War College from 2000 to 2001. He graduated from the Army Ranger School as an honor graduate and leadership award winner, was awarded a Bronze Star for combat service (not for valor) and was awarded the Legion of Merit. He was among the members of the 5th Special Forces Group to receive a Presidential Unit Citation for their service in Afghanistan from 2001 to 2002.

Miller worked from 2014 to 2016 for “various defense contractors” after leaving the Army and before joining the Trump administration, he said in his Senate questionnaire before being confirmed to the national intelligence role. According to the DOD, “Upon retirement from the Army in 2014, Mr. Miller worked for over two years as a defense contractor providing clandestine Special Operations and Intelligence expertise directly to the Under Secretaries of Defense for Intelligence and Policy.”

4. Miller Is an Iowa City, Iowa, Native & Says He Still Sees Himself as ‘a Kid From Iowa Who Wanted Nothing More Than to Serve His Country & Make His Parents Proud’

Miller is a native of Iowa City, Iowa, according to his DOD profile. While seeking appointment to his previous role in the Department of Defense, he was introduced at a Senate hearing by Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley.

“It’s not every day that an Iowan with such a distinguished service record comes before the Senate for consideration, so it’s a special privilege for me to be here with him today. Chris’ parents and much of his family still live in Iowa City and many years back, I actually held an event at a farm that was owned by Chris’ uncle. I am sure that his family is particularly proud,” Grassley said at the July 2020 hearing. “Chris was raised in Iowa City. After graduating from City High School, he attended George Washington University, where he majored in history and enrolled in the R.O.T.C. program. He graduated from G.W. in 1987 and accepted a commission in the U.S. Army as an Infantry Officer.”

Miller was confirmed by a Senate voice vote in August. Miller said during testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee before his confirmation, “I still see myself as a kid from Iowa who wanted nothing more than to serve his country and make his parents proud. My father believed strongly in the nobility of public service, and I try every day to follow in his footsteps.”

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Miller added, “In addition to my mother’s wisdom and example of citizenship, that’s what my sister and I aspire to emulate in all facets of our lives.”

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