Quick history Rich Higgins

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So we know for sure there were 4 people involved in attempting to weed out the deep state considered to be subverting Trump’s Presidency:

Rich Higgins
Derek Harvey
Ezra Cohen-Watnick
Steve Bannon
Much like Christopher Miller, the man placed at the helm of the DoD to implement what we believe to be devolution, Rich Higgins is another irregular warfare guru. Not only that, but he was also part of a small group of Trump loyalists who in the early days of Trump’s Presidency were seeking “to identify and expunge suspected “deep state” opponents.”
POTUS & Political Warfare

Rich Higgins was fired because of a memo he wrote. I believe it to be extremely prudent to go over this memo in detail. Before we dig in, I need to remind you what I discussed in Devolution - Part 22 and how it relates to Higgins - “Narratives are at the center of irregular warfare,” and Rich Higgins was an irregular warfare guru.

The memo is fairly long but incredibly worthwhile knowing what we know about irregular warfare:

Richard Higgins was the Vice President of Unconstrained Analytics before his untimely death of heart failure.

He spent 20 years combating terrorism and is an expert on the nexus between theological doctrines and information age unconventional warfare.

Rich Higgins served on the National Security Council in the Trump Administration as the Director for Strategic Planning. He was removed in 2017 after warning of a deep state coup to remove the President.

Higgins was also Vice President of Intelligence & National Security for RED, LLC, a company that develops, tests and evaluates new combat capabilities for special operations, intelligence and irregular warfare missions.

From 2011 to 2013, Higgins managed a classified project for Special Operations Command (SOCOM).

From 2010 to 2011, he served as the Chair of Special Operations and Low Intensity Conflict at the National Defense University.

In 2004, he formed the Department of Defense’s (DOD) Irregular Warfare Support (IWS) program office and served as the organization’s first Program Manager until June 2010. In this role he was directly responsible for the creation of several new strategic and operational capabilities.

Higgins has advised the White House, Congress, and Foreign Governments on strategy, technology, and terrorism related matters.

He was a 2011 Lincoln Fellow from the Claremont Institute.

A US Army Veteran, Rich Higgins held a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Tufts University as well as a Masters Degree in Strategic Security from the National War College.

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