Gen. Mark Milley is currently the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the highest position in the U.S. military.
He might also be the most infamous traitor since Gen. Benedict Arnold in the Revolutionary War, but you wouldn't know it based on this glowing headline from WaPo about a book by the famous anti-Trump reporter Bob Woodward:
Remember that guy with the orange tan and the big arm movements and the mean tweets? Remember how he was an existential threat to liberty, unlike the current regime, which (when they're not handing countries to terrorists) wants to lock you up, censor you, tax you, track you, and force medical decisions on you?
Yeah, Gen. Mark Milley was, according to this book, so concerned about him that he literally gave our most dangerous enemy on the planet a nod to let them know he'd take care of them in case we ever needed to check their communist zeal with military might.
Twice in the final months of the Trump administration, the country's top military officer was so fearful that the president's actions might spark a war with China that he moved urgently to avert armed conflict.
In a pair of secret phone calls, Gen. Mark A. Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, assured his Chinese counterpart, Gen. Li Zuocheng of the People's Liberation Army, that the United States would not strike, according to a new book by Washington Post associate editor Bob Woodward and national political reporter Robert Costa.
Of course, the Left is celebrating this. After all, Orange Man Bad was LITERALLY HITLER, and the Capitol Riot was the DEADLIEST THING EVER.
Woke Gen. Milley certainly believed the narrative. He apparently thought that Trump had lost his mind.
Woodward and Costa write that Milley, deeply shaken by the assault, "was certain that Trump had gone into a serious mental decline in the aftermath of the election, with Trump now all but manic, screaming at officials and constructing his own alternate reality about endless election conspiracies."
Milley worried that Trump could "go rogue," the authors write.
"You never know what a president's trigger point is," Milley told his senior staff, according to the book.
When I think of "serious mental decline," there's a different president that comes to mind...
Listen to CNN practically praise Milley:
Yeah, Pelosi was involved – you know, because being Speaker of the House and a Democrat means you should listen to her over the President.
Yeah, let's highlight this one really important part of the article though:
Trump Derangement Syndrome is now causing top generals to commit treason against their duly-elected Commander-in-Chief.
And yeah, I said TREASON because, if true, THAT'S WHAT IT IS.
In 1780, General Benedict Arnold was given command of West Point – and with it, the entire Hudson River from New York City to Albany. He, too, communicated with the enemy and undermined his Commander-in-Chief, giving them details they needed to capture West Point while weakening the fort's defenses.
After escaping, Arnold wrote a letter defending his actions, saying that the Continental Army and Congress was full of tyrants, liars, and corruption.
One might even say he thought that men like Washington and Jefferson were "going rogue" or had gone "into serious mental decline."
I'm not saying a man should follow a leader blindly against his own conscience. But Milley reportedly did all this and is still leading our military.
A moral man does not stab his commanding officer in the back and betray his country to its mortal enemy, then remain in power while professing that his traitorous actions saved his nation!
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