If you’re a news hound then you’re probably familiar with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Army Gen. Mark Milley. For those not familiar with Milley, he was the short portly guy walking next to President Trump in Lafayette Park wearing military fatigues the day after rioting broke out at the park.
Milley had apparently decided that walking next to his boss, the COMMANDER-IN CHIEF, was a mistake and publicly apologized in a video address to the National Defense University for accompanying then President Donald Trump on June 1st.
That sickening apology by Milley, whether intentional or not, was a political gift to the rabid left. Milley was only too happy to oblige according to a forthcoming book titled “I Alone Can Fix It” by two Washington Post reporters.
Milley’s questionable loyalty to both his military oath and to the commander-in-chief became an issue for the 63-year old Army general. He somehow concluded without a shred of proof that the president would not leave office in accordance with the peaceful transition of power as outlined within our Constitution.
Milley became emotionally fixated that the president might attempt a coup in order to stay in power. Ironically, the same treasonous acts were orchestrated against Trump by Obama holdovers within the Justice Department.
Milley’s obvious obsession become so acute that he actually enlisted other service chiefs and discussed a plan to resign rather than carry it out whatever order he fantasized would come from President Trump.
The General’s paranoia towards the president increased even further telling his aids “This is a Reichstag moment…the gospel of the Fuehrer!”
For those not familiar with that analogy, Reichstag is a political metaphor whenever citizens feel threatened by executive overreach.
Adding; “They may try, but they’re not going to f**king succeed,” Milley reportedly said. “You can’t do this without the military. You can’t do this without the CIA and the FBI. We’re the guys with the guns.”
Taking a page out of the Democratic playbook, Milley disparaged Trump supporters saying the “Million MAGA March is the modern American equivalent of ‘brown-shirts in the streets,” referring to the pro-Nazi militia supporting Hitler’s rise.
Milley even warned then-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows not to fire FBI Director Christopher Wray and CIA Director Gina Haspel after the January 6th riot. This leaves us wondering who was actually making policy decisions, the military or the president?
Even more troubling after the peaceful transition of power, from Trump to Biden, is witnessing once again the top U.S. military officer in the United States stocking controversy by publicly going on the record supporting Critical Race Theory.
🚨 “Woke” Gen. Mark Milley should resign‼️— D Alex (@D_Alex_connect) June 24, 2021
The General, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, is all in with the “anti-Whiteness” #CRT narrative.
With zero Intel support, he blamed the January 6th Capitol Hill riot on “White Rage” — not #ElectionFraud.pic.twitter.com/AOfyXkvyKs
“I’ll obviously have to get much smarter on whatever the theory is. But, I do think it’s important actually for those of us in uniform to be open minded and be widely read and the United States Military Academy is a university and it is important that we train and we understand– and I want to understand white rage and I’m white, and I want to understand it.”
He added “So, what is it that caused thousands of people to assault this building and try to overturn the Constitution of the United States of America? What caused that? I want to find that out. I want to maintain an open mind here and I do want to analyze it. It’s important that we understand that because our soldiers, sailors, airmen, marines, and guardians, they come from the American people. So, it is important that the leaders, now and in the future, do understand it.”
What seems abundantly clear is that the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff is either mentally or ideologically unfit to lead the military. Anyone who hates half the population should not be in command of men and women in uniform. Milley should resign for the good of the nation.