U.S. Military: Top Generals’ Politicized Leadership Becoming a Danger to Freedom and our Republic – 3 Things You Should Know, Despite Biased Media Silence [Video]

Craig Huey Government, Congress, and Politics, Media, Politics 4 Comments

The leadership of our own U.S. military is becoming one of the biggest threats to freedom and our Republic.

The failure of the Generals and top military leadership in Afghanistan is just a horrific outcome of their political policies.

Politicizing the military started under President Obama. It continued as part of the “resistance” determined to undermine of President Trump. And now it is growing under President Biden.

Here are 3 things every Americans should know.

 #1. The military under President Biden has been doing four dangerous things to our soliders:

  1. Identifying conservatives, libertarians and Christians.
  2. Brainwashing the soldiers in pro-socialist, anti-freedom ideology such as Critical Race Theory (CRT) and the dangers of conservative “domestic terrorists.”
  3. Prepping on purging conservatives, libertarians and Christians – eliminating them from the military.
  4. Recruiting pro-socialist soldiers [see video].

#2. General Mark Milley is the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff – and he is a failure.

General Milley is providing the leadership for politically transforming the military into a monolithic, ideological pro-socialist military.

It reflects his own biased, political views.

For example, he has compared supporters of President Trump to Nazis.

He claimed that Trump was preaching “the gospel of the Fuhrer” when he challenged the 2020 voting integrity.

New York Magazine reported:

“The General’s worries grew rapidly as the president plunged the nation into chaos following Election Day. Seven days later, Milley got a call from “an old friend” with an explicit warning that Trump and his allies were trying to “overturn the government.”

Milley was confident that any attempts by Trump to hold on to power would be thwarted, because the military wouldn’t go along. “They may try, but they’re not going to f***ing succeed,” he told aides. “You can’t do this without the military. You can’t do this without the CIA and the FBI. We’re the guys with guns.”

Insanity! Paranoia!

Ideological, false preconceptions.

Milley told Michelle Obama on Biden’s inauguration day that “no one has a bigger smile today than I do. You can’t see it under my mask, but I do.”

#3. Milley turning the military “woke”.

Congress also held a special investigation on how Milley is transforming the military.

He caught Senators by surprise when he defended the training of soldiers in political correctness such as Critical Race Theory.

Watch this video. Click HERE to view.

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Comments 4

  1. The comment is that one of Donald Trump’s failures was to pick on generals who were brought up in the Northeastern states, Massachusetts in particular. or in the North West Pacific rim. They talk rarely of community, religion or our constitution. They are individualistic, depend on a relative morality and keep notes for a memoir to blame others for poor decisions. Usually, our five-star generals and admirals did not write memoirs, but of a crusade or a reminisce of the past. Did Douglas Macarthur call his mother Pinky? There are states in which community, church and constitution whose history is one of providing generals who have moved into the political sphere seamlessly. Remember Washington?

  2. The comment is that one of Donald Trump’s failures was to pick on generals who were brought up in the Northeastern states, Massachusetts in particular. or in the North West Pacific rim. They talk rarely of community, religion or our constitution. They are individualistic, depend on a relative morality and keep notes for a memoir to blame others for poor decisions. Usually, our five-star generals and admirals did not write memoirs, but of a crusade or a reminisce of the past. Did Douglas Macarthur call his mother Pinky? There are states in which community, church and constitution whose history is one of providing generals who have moved into the political sphere seamlessly. Remember Washington? This was not a duplicate.

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