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Gen Mark Milley, the top US military leader, resisted Donald Trump’s demands that his forces “crack skulls” and “beat the fuck out” of protesters marching against police brutality and structural...
 
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So... the chairman of the JCS, who swore an oath to protect and defend THE CONSTITUTION from all enemies, foreign AND DOMESTIC, and who is bound by that Constitution to answer to the President in his role as the Commander in Chief, is smack-talking his boss openly? "We're the guys with the guns"?

My guess is that this political operative masquerading as a soldier would cheerfully give orders to kill U.S. citizens he deemed to be "insurrectionists". The real question is, will his junior officers and even more importantly, his NCOs, follow those orders? Sadly, I'm not sure there will be enough patriots left in positions to resist these traitors in government by the time the current administration leaves. They are already purging the ranks of men and women who have the audacity to use slogans from our FOUNDERS with regard to freedom in America.

The fools that think this is just a grand thing because TODAY those thugs are on their side, will soon enough twig to the reality that dictators have no loyalty to ANY group.
People who cheer for this kind of tyranny are at best, servile scum. When they decide they no longer like licking boots, their hatred of the Bad Orange Man will seem like a stupid excuse for what they gave up. Their children and grandchildren should spit on their graves.

They take an oath to defend the Constitution.. They do NOT take an oath to put Trump first.

The problem is that Trump is extremely stupid and thought the job was "dictator"..

 
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Gen Mark Milley, the top US military leader, resisted Donald Trump’s demands that his forces “crack skulls” and “beat the fuck out” of protesters marching against police brutality and structural...
 

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So... the chairman of the JCS, who swore an oath to protect and defend THE CONSTITUTION from all enemies, foreign AND DOMESTIC, and who is bound by that Constitution to answer to the President in his role as the Commander in Chief, is smack-talking his boss openly? "We're the guys with the guns"?

My guess is that this political operative masquerading as a soldier would cheerfully give orders to kill U.S. citizens he deemed to be "insurrectionists". The real question is, will his junior officers and even more importantly, his NCOs, follow those orders? Sadly, I'm not sure there will be enough patriots left in positions to resist these traitors in government by the time the current administration leaves. They are already purging the ranks of men and women who have the audacity to use slogans from our FOUNDERS with regard to freedom in America.

The fools that think this is just a grand thing because TODAY those thugs are on their side, will soon enough twig to the reality that dictators have no loyalty to ANY group.
People who cheer for this kind of tyranny are at best, servile scum. When they decide they no longer like licking boots, their hatred of the Bad Orange Man will seem like a stupid excuse for what they gave up. Their children and grandchildren should spit on their graves.

This is why traitors like Milley - yes, I said the quit part out loud - he is a traitor. This is why traitors like Milley promote Marxist indoctrination in the Military, so that he will have a fifth column that will support his goals of subverting the Constitution of the United States.
 

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They take an oath to defend the Constitution.. They do NOT take an oath to put Trump first.

The problem is that Trump is extremely stupid and thought the job was "dictator"..


Milley violated that oath. Milley is waging war on our Constitution, he defends Marxism - which is why you love him.
 

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Trump told top US general to ‘just shoot’ racism ...


Gen Mark Milley, the top US military leader, resisted Donald Trump’s demands that his forces “crack skulls” and “beat the fuck out” of protesters marching against police brutality and structural...

Isn't that exactly what you Nazis did at the Reichstag Fire? Beat the fuck out of Trump supporters, cracked heads, shot a woman to death?

As always, you're accusing Americans of what it is you actually do.
 

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This is a good read and I think General Milley is honest.


General Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, likened Donald Trump’s effort to hold on to power after the 2020 election to Adolf Hitler, saying the president was preaching “the gospel of the Führer” with his lies about the election being stolen, according to a new book by two Washington Post reporters.

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As chronicled in I Alone Can Fix It, by Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker, the Pentagon’s top general said shortly before the January 6 insurrection at the Capitol that Trump had led the country to the brink of its own “Reichstag moment,” viewing him as a potential threat to American democracy. (Intelligencer obtained a copy of I Alone Can Fix It, which is due out July 20.)

Trump had appointed Milley to be chairman of the Joint Chiefs in 2018, over the objections of Defense Secretary James Mattis. The Army general’s tenure at the top of the Pentagon had been relatively quiet, until last summer, when he appeared in uniform during an infamous photo opportunity for Trump in Lafayette Square that followed the clearing of protesters in front of the White House. Milley later apologized for creating a “perception of the military involved in domestic politics.”

Although the book chronicles Milley’s concern with Trump dating back to that moment, 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 fucking 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.”


Still, Milley was disturbed by the sight of Trump supporters rallying to his cause in November, calling them “Brownshirts in the streets.” Leonnig and Rucker wrote that Milley “believed Trump was stoking unrest, possibly in hopes of an excuse to invoke the Insurrection Act and call out the military.” The general likened the U.S. to Germany’s fragile Weimar Republic in the early 1930s. “This is a Reichstag moment,” he said, referring to the arson attack on Germany’s Parliament that Hitler used as a pretext to assume absolute power and destroy democracy.

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I thought Hitler talked about killing jews by the millions. Im not seeing the connection with Trump.
 

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This is a good read and I think General Milley is honest.


General Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, likened Donald Trump’s effort to hold on to power after the 2020 election to Adolf Hitler, saying the president was preaching “the gospel of the Führer” with his lies about the election being stolen, according to a new book by two Washington Post reporters.

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As chronicled in I Alone Can Fix It, by Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker, the Pentagon’s top general said shortly before the January 6 insurrection at the Capitol that Trump had led the country to the brink of its own “Reichstag moment,” viewing him as a potential threat to American democracy. (Intelligencer obtained a copy of I Alone Can Fix It, which is due out July 20.)

Trump had appointed Milley to be chairman of the Joint Chiefs in 2018, over the objections of Defense Secretary James Mattis. The Army general’s tenure at the top of the Pentagon had been relatively quiet, until last summer, when he appeared in uniform during an infamous photo opportunity for Trump in Lafayette Square that followed the clearing of protesters in front of the White House. Milley later apologized for creating a “perception of the military involved in domestic politics.”

Although the book chronicles Milley’s concern with Trump dating back to that moment, 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 fucking 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.”


Still, Milley was disturbed by the sight of Trump supporters rallying to his cause in November, calling them “Brownshirts in the streets.” Leonnig and Rucker wrote that Milley “believed Trump was stoking unrest, possibly in hopes of an excuse to invoke the Insurrection Act and call out the military.” The general likened the U.S. to Germany’s fragile Weimar Republic in the early 1930s. “This is a Reichstag moment,” he said, referring to the arson attack on Germany’s Parliament that Hitler used as a pretext to assume absolute power and destroy democracy.

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If Milley is being honest, he is terminally deluded. Comparing the 74 million Little Trumpsters to the Nazis is sort of offensive.

But this remark shows they don't teach history at West Point any more. Otherwise he would know that Colonel Staffenberg and the military staff who tried to depose Mr. Hitler were hung with piano wire. Until he sees piano wire around his own treasonous neck, the comparison between the Trumpsters and Nazis are unfounded.
 
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If Milley is being honest, he is terminally deluded. Comparing the 74 million Little Trumpsters to the Nazis is sort of offensive.

But this remark shows they don't teach history at West Point any more. Otherwise he would know that Colonel Staffenberg and the military staff who tried to depose Mr. Hitler were hung with piano wire. Until he sees piano wire around his own treasonous neck, the comparison between the Trumpsters and Nazis are unfounded.

You are such an extremist........ "Donald Trump’s demands that his forces “crack skulls” and “beat the fuck out” of protesters marching against police brutality and structural..."
 

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This is a good read and I think General Milley is honest.


General Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, likened Donald Trump’s effort to hold on to power after the 2020 election to Adolf Hitler, saying the president was preaching “the gospel of the Führer” with his lies about the election being stolen, according to a new book by two Washington Post reporters.

My Week In New York
A week-in-review newsletter from the people who make New York
As chronicled in I Alone Can Fix It, by Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker, the Pentagon’s top general said shortly before the January 6 insurrection at the Capitol that Trump had led the country to the brink of its own “Reichstag moment,” viewing him as a potential threat to American democracy. (Intelligencer obtained a copy of I Alone Can Fix It, which is due out July 20.)

Trump had appointed Milley to be chairman of the Joint Chiefs in 2018, over the objections of Defense Secretary James Mattis. The Army general’s tenure at the top of the Pentagon had been relatively quiet, until last summer, when he appeared in uniform during an infamous photo opportunity for Trump in Lafayette Square that followed the clearing of protesters in front of the White House. Milley later apologized for creating a “perception of the military involved in domestic politics.”

Although the book chronicles Milley’s concern with Trump dating back to that moment, 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 fucking 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.”


Still, Milley was disturbed by the sight of Trump supporters rallying to his cause in November, calling them “Brownshirts in the streets.” Leonnig and Rucker wrote that Milley “believed Trump was stoking unrest, possibly in hopes of an excuse to invoke the Insurrection Act and call out the military.” The general likened the U.S. to Germany’s fragile Weimar Republic in the early 1930s. “This is a Reichstag moment,” he said, referring to the arson attack on Germany’s Parliament that Hitler used as a pretext to assume absolute power and destroy democracy.

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The former cheeto-in-chief made his position concerning his love for Nazis and Hitler's Nazism in the aftermath of the violence caused by the white nationalists (Nazis) in Charlottesville, VA on Aug. 12, 2017.

His complementary tone for the Nazi traitors in Charlottesville made his trump Nazis' love for him grow exponentially. His open support for their hatred of nonwhites and their strong desire to turn the U.S. into a fascist state was one of the first indications of his ambition to be more than just POTUS

The trump Nazis expect the 2022 Mid-term Elections to give them control of the government, which means Biden and Harris will be thrown out of office and their wannabe führer made dictator.

Given the strong reluctance of certain Senate Democrats to end the filibuster and protect Americans' voting
rights, there is a good chance the trump Nazis will have their fourth reich and their orange-tinted führer before the summer of 2023.


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As soon as I saw which general we are talking about, I passed on the article.
 

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Poor Trump. He really managed to appoint some worthless back-stabbing assholes, didn't he?
Trump appointed people who know the truth and are not afraid to speak the truth about Trump.
The truth hurts, don't it?
 

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If Milley kept his mind on his job and not on being some kind of half assed sociology professor, he might have been able to execute a withdraw without creating a global catastrophe. His opinion isn't worth squat.
 

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If Milley kept his mind on his job and not on being some kind of half assed sociology professor, he might have been able to execute a withdraw without creating a global catastrophe. His opinion isn't worth squat.
His opinion speaks volumes about trump's behavior.
 

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This is a good read and I think General Milley is honest.


General Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, likened Donald Trump’s effort to hold on to power after the 2020 election to Adolf Hitler, saying the president was preaching “the gospel of the Führer” with his lies about the election being stolen, according to a new book by two Washington Post reporters.

My Week In New York
A week-in-review newsletter from the people who make New York
As chronicled in I Alone Can Fix It, by Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker, the Pentagon’s top general said shortly before the January 6 insurrection at the Capitol that Trump had led the country to the brink of its own “Reichstag moment,” viewing him as a potential threat to American democracy. (Intelligencer obtained a copy of I Alone Can Fix It, which is due out July 20.)

Trump had appointed Milley to be chairman of the Joint Chiefs in 2018, over the objections of Defense Secretary James Mattis. The Army general’s tenure at the top of the Pentagon had been relatively quiet, until last summer, when he appeared in uniform during an infamous photo opportunity for Trump in Lafayette Square that followed the clearing of protesters in front of the White House. Milley later apologized for creating a “perception of the military involved in domestic politics.”

Although the book chronicles Milley’s concern with Trump dating back to that moment, 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 fucking 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.”


Still, Milley was disturbed by the sight of Trump supporters rallying to his cause in November, calling them “Brownshirts in the streets.” Leonnig and Rucker wrote that Milley “believed Trump was stoking unrest, possibly in hopes of an excuse to invoke the Insurrection Act and call out the military.” The general likened the U.S. to Germany’s fragile Weimar Republic in the early 1930s. “This is a Reichstag moment,” he said, referring to the arson attack on Germany’s Parliament that Hitler used as a pretext to assume absolute power and destroy democracy.

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Ah yes, the "honest" General Mark Milley who in front of cameras, stated that THOUSANDS of people "broke into the Capitol Building on January 6th, when even the pro-Marxist media and politicians said a few hundred actually went into the building and most of those simply wandered along, within the ropes and got their pictures taken alongside smiling Capitol Police.
 

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Milley had a good reputation before Trump. Trump had a terrible reputation before Milley.
Oh yea! I CAN BELIEVE THAT AFTER HEARING THIS WORTHLESS FUCK TALK
 
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If Milley kept his mind on his job and not on being some kind of half assed sociology professor, he might have been able to execute a withdraw without creating a global catastrophe. His opinion isn't worth squat.

You all are still making excuses for 1/6. Do you really want this crude, stupid, selfish world of Trump's vision?
 

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