It was with a great amount of disappointment that I watched the election results come in last night. With the result in mind, I would like to make a few points.
First, my congratulations to Eric Schmidt for earning the privilege to carry the Republican banner forward in the fight to turn back the destructive forces of post-modernism as championed by the Democrat party. Your victory last night was well deserved and brings with it the grave responsibility of remaining true to the values of the Missouri voters as you bring victory in the fall general election. Standing strong against the DC establishment who will immediately set about changing you to conform to their values and away from the values of the good people of Missouri will in many respects be a bigger challenge than the victory you achieved last night. But, first thangs first, victory in the fall general election is the responsibility you now shoulder, and I offer you any assistance that I am able to provide in that cause.
Second, I wanted to thank the small group of people who supported my effort to achieve the greatest political upset since 2016. It was a small group, but a very committed and dedicated group, and thank you to all members of this group for your time and energy.
Also, thank you to the over 2000 Missourians who cast their vote for me last night. It was an honor to see that you shared my values, and that you also shared my vision for what changes are needed to reform Washington DC to improve the lives of Missourians and all our fellow citizens. I do believe that if our message had been received by more Missourians we could have been a real force for change in Washington. For those who voted for me I also wanted to say that while I may not be representing you in the Senate, I still feel as though I have an obligation to represent you in how I conduct myself. Therefore, I pledge to you that I will conduct myself in such a manner as to never give you reason for regretting “voting-4-Bullet”.
And just one last thought if you will oblige me an additional moment of your time. Never give up hope that we can reform our government in DC, never give up fighting to bring about these needed reforms, and never lose faith in your Country. Your families, your communities, and your Country are all worth your love, and never let anyone tell you otherwise. This Country and this generation have a rendezvous with destiny, and to meet the challenge that will face us will require a people who believe their Nation is worth fighting for. We must ignore the attacks on our institutions, our values, and our past by those who hope to separate us from all of these so as to control our future. These attacks primarily come from the those in academia, journalism, and big-tech, and we must resist the corrosive effect that these institutions currently have on our civil society. As I observed years ago and captured in Bullet’s Fundamental Rules of Government, “Always be aware of, and distrustful of, the intellectual class, their ideas are the breeding ground of societies worst evils.” I believe what Abraham Lincoln said in his day still applies to us today, that our generation is connected to the Founding generation by what he described as “an electric cord.” That electric cord is our commitment to our Founding values and our love for the Country that is forever striving to achieve those aspirational values. While they were not perfect men, we still walk in the shadows of our Founders and stand upon their shoulders. Each generation remains connected to that electric cord by their efforts to incrementally move us towards the goals the Founders established for us in the Declaration, and our objective of establishing a more perfect union. This is our destiny, and may we always be up to that task.
-RDA Robert "Bullet" Allen
Robert “Bullet” Allen was born in Peoria, IL in April 1961. He became a pilot at the age of 16 and a commercial pilot at 18. He joined the Navy in 1984 where he flew F-14 aircraft operationally for 14 years before transitioning to the Air Force Reserve/Air National Guard in 2000 where he flew the F-16 on two combat tours. After commanding an F-16 squadron, Lt Col Allen retired from active military service in 2012. Robert now flies for a large commercial air carrier where he serves as a Flight Qualified Supervisor and check airman. Robert has also started two businesses, one recently sold, and another still operating in the health care sector. Robert is a graduate of the Navy’s Fighter Weapon School (TOPGUN), U.S. Navy Test Pilot School, USAF Air Command and Staff College and Air War College. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in aviation, Master’s degree in business administration and science, and a Doctor of Philosophy degree. Click the link below for a detailed military history and resume for your review.
The mission of this campaign is not to change the people of Missouri, but to reform the Federal government. Robert believes there has been a slow drift in the Federal government away from the Nation’s foundational values, values as defined in the Declaration of Independence, and that this drift has greatly accelerated in recent years. His primary goal is to establish “discipline” in the Federal government, a discipline that not only arrests this slow drift but reverses it, while also establishing discipline in the government’s fiscal and monetary policy.
Citizens of Missouri, I believe the most important aspect of earning your trust and serving you in the U.S. Senate is not raising money but presenting ideas on how to preserve your freedoms. However, if you agree that the Federal government is in need of reform and want to help others hear this message than please consider donating to this effort. Your support is greatly appreciated.
Who is this person seeking to represent you in the U.S. Senate? See what others who know and have worked with “Bullet” have to say about him.
Robert Allen has my strongest support. I have flown with Bullet in 2 US Navy fighter squadrons, and he is my true friend of nearly 35 years. He has the wisdom, temperament, intelligence, and — above all — the impeccable character to represent Missouri in the US Senate and do so both effectively and with honor. I would trust him with my family and fortune (such that it is!). One can offer no higher endorsement.
Stephen “Morty” Mooradian
Fighter pilot friend & commerical pilot. Expert in scoring "rocks kills"!
Robert is a consummate professional, a loyal friend and one of the smartest individuals I’ve met. He's also a hardworking, well rounded, and honest trustworthy person. He's the type of person that gets involved to improve things versus sitting back and complaining. He also works well under pressure and doesn't let any challenges stop him from achieving his goals. Lastly, Robert is also a proud military veteran, and he thoroughly enjoyed his time serving his country.
I wholeheartedly recommend Robert. I'm sure once you get to know him, you will understand how driven he is to make this world a better, safer, and more prosperous place for all.
Friend & colleague. 757/767 systems expert extraordinaire.
Since serving together in a Navy fighter squadron over twenty years ago, Robert has remained a close personal friend. He holds strong constitutional conservative convictions and clearly recognizes the influences that Congressional abdication has had on our rapidly growing and inefficient federal bureaucracy. Missourians can count on Robert’s exceptional leadership abilities and impeccable integrity to move America’s trajectory in a more positive direction.
Pete "SKIDS" Matthews
Friend, & fighter RIO extraordinaire. TOPGUN Instructor.
Dr. Robert Allen is an American patriot, former Navy and Air Force fighter pilot, test pilot and businessman. He was a highly successful Naval Aviator graduating with distinction from both the Naval Fighter Weapons School (TopGun) and Naval Test Pilot school. He had over 350 successful landings on aircraft carriers at sea. Midway through his career he transitioned to the United States Air Force flying the F-16 Falcon and other tactical jests. He was commanding officer of the 170 Tactical Fighter Squadron.
He possesses the knowledge, moral character, and leadership skills to be a highly effective Senator during one of the most trying times in our nation’s history.
Dr. Robert "DOC" Darling
Fighter Doc Extraordinaire and Friend
About to start travel to Alton, MO to speak to the good folks of Oregon CO at their Lincoln Days event. Should be fun, and will be listening to the latest book, “Cynical Theories” while enroute. Robert “Bullet” Allen. #Bullet4SenateRead More
I will be at the Christian Worship Center in Alton, MO on Saturday, 6/18 at 1:00 pm. Come visit and learn more about my candidacy. #bullet4senateRead More
Get to know me and learn about why I am the best candidate for U.S. Senate from Missouri. #bullet4senateRead More
He has shared his Fundamental Rules of Government & his “I Believe” statement of values which can be reviewed at . Follow him at @Bullet4Senate. #Bullet4senateRead More
Today, Robert “Bullet” Allen announces his candidacy 4 the United States Senate on the Republican ticket. #Bullet4Senate. Follow his campaign on Twitter at @Bullet4Senate, & at . #Bullet4senateRead More
Bullet has published several documents including his resume & detailed military history which can be reviewed at . Follow him at @Bullet4Senate. #Bullet4senateRead More
Bullet’s experience is exclusively in the U.S. military and the private sector. Follow him at @Bullet4Senate, & at . #Bullet4senateRead More
Robert, called Bullet while flying fighters in both the Navy & Air Force, can be described as a non-politician because he has never run 4 public office. Follow his campaign on Twitter at @Bullet4Senate, & at . #Bullet4senateRead More
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