About the Candidate
Always RIGHT. Never LEFT.
That’s what LEADERSHIP looks like.
In two decades of military service, and growing up as a preacher’s kid, Major Mike Webb learned that it is better to be right than to be popular, and if you are looking for a cheerleader, or a yes man, you need to find someone else. Major is not just his rank; it’s actually his real name. #Honest
Born in New Jersey, Major received his B.A. from the most competitive college in the Commonwealth of Virginia: Washington & Lee University, where he served in many leadership roles, including being the first African American ever elected to student body office.
Major has excelled in business leadership, immediately after graduation from college, taking on a $550 billion problem at a major New York City commercial bank, and reducing it to a $100 thouand write-off in just one year on the job.
Major has excelled in military leadership, volunteering an infantryman in the U.S. Army Reserve the day after tanks rolled into the sovereign nation of Kuwait, went on to serve in Special Operations and Strategic Counterintelligence in his five years on Active Duty, where he was hand-selected by his Ranger Battalion Commander for Officer Candidate School, after serving the 2nd Ranger Battalion as a Legal Specialist. Continuing his military career in the Virginia National Guard, the New Jersey National Guard, where his father had once served as the State Chaplain, and in the U.S. Army Reserve, Major completed two decades of service, battle focused on Force Projection and Force Protection. As a young, newly commissioned lieutenant, with no logistics training, he took on a logistics section that had failed command inspections for four consecutive years, despite being led by logistics trained captains, and he restored property accountability and earned a commendable rating for that beleagured and demoralized staff section, while simultaneously coordinating and executing the first worldwide counterintelligence production conference, relocating and remodelling a battalion headquarters, updating the technology architecture for the Army Counterintelligence Center, and pioneering the first useage of the government purchase card for food purchases, under the rational of necessity for training, currently used to feed troop program units in the U.S. Army Reserves, which lost many of its cook military occupational specialties in the force realignments in the late 1990s.
Most importantly, for voters in Northern Virginia, Major, performing a virtual miracle of making bricks without straw, has excelled in the legal profession. Despite possessing no law degree nor license, Major is currently engaged in over a half dozen complex appellate cases in both state and federal courts, including one omnibus civil action in federal courts naming eight RICO counts against Don Beyer, including conspiracy to commit bribery and obstruction of justice. Tim Kaine has retained the prestigious Perkins Coie LLP to defend against a complaint filed by a litigant without even a law degree, and, as of December, Mark Herring has entered an appearance, unprecendentedly, while the matter is on appeal to the Fourth Circuit.
He was the only Red Rose Rescue participant to represent himself, and, since December 2017, he has been engaged in what should have been a simple misdemeanor charge in trespass to raise the issue of the necessity defense, challenge unlawful arrest and trial procedures, and to become engrossed in a battle now at the Fourth Circuit to restore the provision of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that permitted CBC PAC Chief Fundraiser John Lewis to integrate lunch counters by removing to federal courts on the basis of discrimination in a selective and malicious prosecution.
Just as Major was the only VA8 Republican to challenge Arlington County and Congressman Don Beyer on their placement of rainbow flags on a state flagpole, and on the entrance doors to the congressman’s offices, Major was the only VA8 Republican to not just join the fight, but to lead the way in saving the names of schools named after Virginia heroes of the Civil War, raising a tortious interference with a business expectancy for a public interest interest advocacy campaign as an issue of first impression in the Commonwealth of Virginia, challenging constitutionality of the Washington-Lee High School Renaming Committee Policy Implentation Plan on the basis that, by design, it worked worked to discriminate against the very demographic that the name change was purported to to benefit, ceding a controlling interest in the “White Citizens’ Council,” or the Arlington Civic Federation, founded in 1916, which would have been one of the primary community stakeholders who chose the alleged offensive name in the beginning, while diverting precious funding in an insolvent school system that could be used to address and correct a century and a half old achievement gap. Most recently, Major has raised the stakes, advancing the fight to the federal district courts to challenge the renaming decision on First Amendment and Fourteenth Amendment grounds.
Most significantly for the President’s re-election in 2020, Major has been engaged in multiple litigation battles to challenge an improper job offer that he received during his 2016 bid for the Republican nomination for Congress, constituting an attempted bribe, in violation of 18 U.S.C. Section 201(b) that could not have occurred, not only without the exertion of undue influence by Senate Armed Services Committee Member Tim Kaine and Congressman Don Beyer, but also the approval of President Barack Obama to affect the outcome of the election in the Commonwealth of Virginia, a contest decided by a margin of just five points. The cover up has exposed a fraudulent attempt by the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) to induce federal workers to withdraw their appeals and forfeit their trial rights, and continues to implicate others, including Senator Mark Warner and Congressman Elijah Cummings, who had passed a bill in the Republican controlled Congress that was closely connected to the unlawful MSPB policy creation.
And, amazingly, not one word of this has been in the press.
Major Mike Webb lives the example of Army leadership: Mission first; men always before myself. In the military you have to lead, follow or get out the way. If you need a fighter, there is no one better than an Army Ranger.
As a butter bar lieutant on Fort Meade, Maryland, his rater, a former “Iron Major” in the Office of the DCSCINT, wrote that he had never seen a more capable soldier in fifteen years, and that he always told him the truth, even when he did not want to hear it. #Honest
Name one other candidate in VA8 with a distinguised service record in the Army Rangers.
Name one other candidate in VA8 who has received a letter from the Vatican.
Name one other candidate in VA* who has not only talked about cleaning the swamp, but also filed a RICO action to begin the process to place corrupt politicians in jail.
No one else has the resume.