(Instigator News) – As many Americans know, it is the sergeants, non-commissioned officers, and regular troops who get things done in the US Armed Forces. As they have watched the officer levels being culled of those who respect the Constitution by the criminal Obama administration, and witnessed the promotion of the weak and treacherous officers who will do the bidding of the regime no matter what (yes, even if the President orders them to order their troops to fire on civilians), they have become understandably angry and frustrated.
We have heard from a few of these service men and women, and a few officers who have either recently retired or have been culled. The numbers have been small, given that these people are well aware of how vindictive the Obama regime can be.
As a result of this frustration over the administration’s treachery (some would say treason), some of these sergeants and non-coms have been running interference in order to thwart the White House’s plans in a number of areas.
One major incident that was recently related to this news outlet by sources in the intelligence community was particularly impressive: Although not publicized for obvious reasons, two weeks ago an entire trainload of tanks (estimated at over 200) bound for the Detroit, Michigan area was “mysteriously” re-routed into Canada at Niagara Falls/Buffalo.
Obviously, many of these lower echelons (the aforementioned sergeants and non-coms) are aware of the storm that is coming under this regime. Even though they may not know the particulars, they know more than the general public, and understand the meanings of troop and equipment movement.
This was an example of them showing “the powers that be” that they can throw a monkey wrench into anything that Obama and his slimy crew try to do.
Anyone who has been in the armed services will know that is its these lower echelon military personnel who make everything happen, and that a great deal of subtle maneuvering had to occur in order for this tank transport re-routing to take place. They will understand how important this “interference” is and how easily it can be done, relatively-speaking.
It was “quite amazing really,” our source told INN – with a measure of amusement.