While President Donald Trump is suing in court for fraud intended to frustrate the will of the 75 million citizens who voted for him, the silent activity of Vice President Mike Pence has not gone unnoticed.
One cybersecurity analyst, with Twitter user Ron @CodeMonkeyZ, who remains attentive to what is going on, highlighted in one of his tweets Pence’s important work, on Dec. 21.
“With Trump taking all the flak, Pence has been quietly flying under the radar this past month working on the most complex milops the US has ever seen. Coincidence?” stated @CodeMonkeyZ.
With Trump taking all the flak, Pence has been quietly flying under the radar this past month working on the most complex milops the US has ever seen.
— Ron (@CodeMonkeyZ) December 21, 2020
Twitter user @cjtruth, who identifies himself as a patriot and digital soldier described the strategy as brilliant by responding to @CodeMonkeyZ, before Twitter suspended his account.
Although the military operations to which Ron alludes cannot be cited with certainty, the executive order signed in 2018 by President Trump, in anticipation of foreign interference in the U.S. electoral process, has not gone unnoticed.
Likewise, in view of the first year of the creation of the Space Force, linked to the armed forces, Pence announced that they will be called Guardians, this being the most recent public activity of a military nature in which he participated.
“It was my honor to announce today that the men and women of the Space Force will be known as GUARDIANS!” said Pence in a tweet.
— Mike Pence (@Mike_Pence) December 18, 2020
This branch of the armed forces includes soldiers, airmen, sailors, and Marines. According to Space Force officials, the name Guardians alludes to a 1983 motto, quoted Defense One on Dec.18.
Gen. Jay Raymond, chief of space operations, informed that during 2021 the Guardians would reach 6,400 active members.
Justin Johnson, a senior defense official delegated by the assistant secretary of defense for space policy, referred to the intense activity of the Guardians.
“A lot of them are still growing and maturing, but now it’s just about delivering results, and there’s a ton of work to do,” Johnson said.
Like Space Force, the Defense Department has created other space organizations linked to it.
Among them is the U.S. Space Command, a combat command that provides space support to military commanders around the world.
there is also the Space Development Agency, which is responsible for acquiring new satellites. Among its goals is the purchase of one satellite per week.
“The hardest part in standing up the Space Force, honestly, was internal Pentagon bureaucracy and … traditional resistance to change,” Johnson explained, adding that they had the support of Congress and President Trump anyway.
The mission of the Space Force was to respond to the challenge of the Chinese Communist Party and Russia building spacecraft and weapons that could disrupt U.S. satellites.
“I think our biggest area that we need to spend a lot of mental energy on in the next year is really thinking about the long term competition with China and Russia,” Johnson said.
It is noteworthy that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), Russia and Iran are all accused of interfering with the U.S. electoral process.
He also said that the activity of these countries “was a real threat to U.S. capabilities.”
Despite the fact that several people mentioned military action as an option in the face of the fraudulent activities that tarnish the U.S. 2020 elections, President Trump ruled out this possibility.