Interview by Michael Jaco a 26 year Navy SEAL Combat Veteran

According to military vet and top secret clearance holder Derek Johnson the optics are as clear as day. This is definitely a sting operation and the military is in charge. Derek takes us through what we should be looking at as well as the obvious signs shown to all of us in plain sight.

Derek John, US Military Veteran, had top-secret military clearance. He is not violating any military regulations.

Everything you’ve witnessed in the last five years is the most monumental historical covert operation to date and Donald Trump is your President by law by order and by regulations of the military and the constitution and the way its proven is by National Guard who is activated outside of their state and outside of our country and the only activations of the National Guard came from President Trump.

Active military cannot tell civilians what is going on, by oath and by honor. This is why you have not heard about what is happening in the background, because it is a military operation and the military cannot break their oath.

He mentions pertinent executive orders such as 13848 (Imposing Certain Sanctions in the Event of Foreign Interference in a United States Election), Military Law, National Guard Activation in all 50 states, Declaration of Independence, USA Revolutionary War, the fake inauguration of fake President in 2021,, and SO MUCH MORE!!!

47 US CODE 606: “War Powers of the President”, which extends President Trump‘s power as President in war WHICH WE ARE IN

59:00 min mark: Jan 20, 2021 by Military Law and Constitutional Law, President Trump received a full grade military and constitutionally regulated Inauguration ceremony at Joint Base Andrews:
• He exited Marine One, on the red carpet roll out, on 4th Ruffle of “Hail to the Chief”, the 21-gun salute started. The official presidential salute battery was at the ceremony. Only Presidents receive this.
• Both Air Force One’s we’re present that day at Joint Base Andrews.

On January 20, 2021, Joe Biden was given and received a full-grade military regulation funeral service. They left the capital in a funeral procession and went to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. There was a 3-volley salute with 13 fires which is for funerals only. Biden is a “Minister Resident” – A person who takes up temporary residence in a foreign territory. They did not play “hail to the chief”, they played “Honors March One” which is only played for a Minister Resident. He was sworn in at 11:47am EST, which is a violation of the 20th amendment of the constitution of the USA which specifically says the President’s term is to begin at 12:00 noon.

GITMO: 4-5 aircraft daily from Mar-A-Lago to GITMO. President Trump and the Pentagon “are spending” $500 million with additional court rooms and space for tens of thousands of prisoners.

There are 300 military aircraft in the air every day over the USA extending to GITMO.

Biden did not get the 21 gun salute at his fake inauguration

President Trump is Commander in Chief of our Military who is in control.

IITM: Well… when is the last time you heard someone in military say they answer to Biden? Instead remember when military turned their backs to Biden? Remember Biden using a whitehouse set?

Biden Clone First Day Supposedly In Oval Office, And It’s Already A Sh*tshow!!Joe Biden…

And worst of all… remember… there is NO MORE original Biden.

So give this man a listen!

Military Turn Backs To Joe Biden’s Motorcade!!

Joe Biden clone under house arrest?

Joe Biden Clone Under House Arrest… Theory Supported By THIS One Image!!

Yes Donald Trump still president… but why just give hints and not take part in official preceedings and let the whole fake sh*t show continue?

Oh… to keep civilization together… is that not a big enough reason?



The Military & Constitution Regulated Inauguration – President Trump by Derek Johnson

Covert Operation by Derek Johnson

What’s REALLY Happening in Ukraine by Derek Johnson

Optics 101 by Derek Johnson

Hindsight is 2020 by Derek Johnson

Military Aircraft Operations & Optics by Derek Johnson

Aircraft Operations Continued – Aug 2022 to Present Day by Derek Johnson


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