Retired Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn dropped a bomb during a recent interview, where he warned that the United States is currently enduring an internal tyrannical takeover, laying out the realities of fifth generation warfare and calling on American citizens to “get off the couch” and get involved in their local communities.
The general’s comments, made during a conversation on “Speropictures” with Joy Thayer, zeroed in on the House of Representatives, which he called “totally, completely broken.”
Flynn accused some members of the U.S. House and Senate of being “totally owned by the corporate lobbyists and, frankly, by the globalists, who own many of these people because they’ve been compromised by…trips overseas, where these members of both the House and the Senate get compromised by sleeping with children. And they’re compromised.”
He added, “They get them caught up in the world of big, big bucks – big money…and all of the sudden, they’re owned.”
This is hardly the first time that U.S. lawmakers have been accused of being compromised, but Flynn’s claim is especially poignant in light of the recent internal strife that arose in the House among Republicans who were unable to elect a new Speaker for a few weeks.
“These are people that are radicalized,” Gen. Flynn explained, speaking about those who control the levels of power in America, especially within the U.S. Department of Justice.
He also expressed doubt that there would be a presidential election in 2024, citing his distrust of the “false” president, Joe Biden, whom he suggested could issue a declaration of a national emergency to hit the pause button on the general election process.
He called on “complacent” American citizens to rouse from a prevailing “brain-dead stupor” and “stop acting like everything’s going to be okay because of one election.” He encouraged local civic involvement to prevent what he saw as a complete devolution into encroaching communism if 2024 does not swing in Trump’s direction.
Gen. Flynn also called on the rest of the GOP presidential candidates running in the 2024 primary to step aside and instead unite around President Trump’s reelection bid. He pressed, “These are very, very serious times. We need to get behind a leader and a proven leader and a proven POTUS – and Trump has demonstrated both of those.”