In the last two weeks the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps has tried, convicted, and executed two Deep State villains, Deputy Chief of Staff Jennifer Brigid O’Malley Dillon and former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann, both of whom were found guilty of treason and seditious conspiracy following brief but impactful military tribunals.
On June 19, Dillon invoked her 5th Amendment Right to remain silent after Vice Adm. Darse E. Crandall introduced incontrovertible evidence linking her to the stolen 2020 presidential election. The evidence included emails, audio, and witness testimony that conclusively proved Dillon was deeply rooted in a ballot harvesting scheme that helped Joe Biden steal the 2020 presidential election. According to Vice Adm. Crandall, Dillon hired “mules”—a term borrowed from cartels and human traffickers that bribe or blackmail persons to ferry illegals or drugs across the border—to deposit fraudulent ballots in drop boxes across seven states.
Vice Adm. Crandall showed the tribunal text messages—timestamped 3:15 a.m. on November 4, 2020– Dillon had sent to Steve Ricchetti, co-chairman of the Biden campaign, in which she touted having “found” Biden an additional 12,500 votes in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. And in a 3:45 a.m. text, she bragged about “finding” 3,750 votes in Maricopa County, Arizona.
“Biden is on a road to victory,” she wrote to Ricchetti in a follow up. “No one and nothing can stop us now.”
“A road to victory—by way of theft,” Vice Adm. Crandall said before showing the officers tasked with weighing JAG’s case against Dillon several hundred phony ballots that JAG investigators had retrieved from the Maricopa County Recorder, the agency responsible for determining the validity of provisional ballots. In theory, verified ballots are processed and tabulated in the same manner as early ballots; unverified ballots are rejected and set aside. In reality, the Maricopa County Recorder tabulated suspicious ballots without verifying whether signatures on the ballots belonged to registered voters living in Maricopa County.
“Our investigative services scrutinized hundreds of ballots and determined through handwriting analysis that the same person had signed all of them—20 john Smiths, 15 Bill Smiths, 17 Laura Smiths, 19 Tom Smiths, and so on. All ballots put in drop-boxes for Joe Biden,” Vice Adm. Crandall said.
Dillon objected, saying that JAG’s procurement of her private text messages was a violation of her 4th Amendment Right to be secure in her possessions against unreasonable searches and seizures, and she lambasted Vice Adm. Crandall for bringing her to trial without a shred of evidence.
“This is a miscarriage of justice,” she cried out. “Even if your allegations are true, nothing implicates me of any crime. President Biden won a fair election, honestly, and you’re maliciously prosecuting me for no reason whatsoever. I have rights!”
“You’re an enemy combatant; you have no rights,” Vice Adm. Crandall corrected her. “And as for evidence, we have it in ample supply.”
To the witness stand he summoned Matthew Joseph O’Malley, Dillon’s cousin and an American politician and businessman who served as president of the Boston City Council in 2021. He appeared as a cooperating witness.
“Mr. O’Malley, have you been promised anything in exchange for your testimony today?” Vice Adm. Crandall asked.
“No,” O’Malley said.
“Yet you’re here to testify against the accused?” Vice Adm. Crandall asked.
“Yes,” O’Malley replied.
“Would you please tell this commission what you told me during your initial deposition,” Vice Adm. Crandall said.
“Jennifer told me she had hired people to make fake ballots favoring Joseph Biden,” O’Malley replied.
“Why would she tell you this?” Vice Adm. Crandall asked.
“Because she wanted me to be party to it, to participate. She told me in plain English that she had taken steps to ensure Biden’s victory, no matter what, and said she’s arranged for ballots to be cast in Biden’s name in many states, in many districts,” O’Malley said.
“To your knowledge, was this her idea?” Vice Adm. Crandall asked.
“Yes, she bragged about it incessantly. Look, I haven’t been the most honest person in my life or political career, but I wanted no part in her plan,” O’Malley said.
O’Malley went on to describe how Dillon had hired homeless people and ANTIFA activists to deposit counterfeit ballots in drop-boxes in Pennsylvania, Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, and other states. He said she’d promised him “political gain” in exchange for his cooperation in securing Biden’s victory.
But Jennifer Brigid O’Malley Dillon refuted his testimony, claiming she had no such discussions with her cousin, and accused him of lying under oath.
That’s when Vice Adm. Crandall played an audio clip of Dillon trying to coax her cousin into participating in the ballot harvesting ring.
“Joseph, I know you hate Trump as much as we do. We must do everything possible to stop him from getting reelected. I have my assets; you have yours, and you should use them to generate votes for Joseph Biden while we still have time. If we work together, Trump will be gone, gone and forgotten, and Joseph Biden can usher in a new vision for the United States of America,” Dillon’s voice could be heard on the tape.
The 3-officer panel said they’d heard enough. They found Dillon guilty of treason and conspiracy to commit election fraud, and recommended she get the maximum allowable punishment—death.
Vice Adm. Crandall affirmed the decision.
Less than 24 hours later, on 20 June, Dillon was executed by gunshot in accordance with JAG’s recent directive.