Imagine if the Chairman Of The Joint Chiefs of Staff under Barack Obama called his counterpart in North Korea and advised him that the president wasn’t actually going to follow through with threats after the little hand grenade with ears Kim Jong-un decided to launch missiles at Japan?
Imagine if a US Senator sent a messenger to the Soviet Union to tell the Kremlin that the Democrats would make sure that Ronald Reagan could not attack them. Wait, that actually happened. Senator Ted – er uh, why couldn’t the b*tch hold her breath? – Kennedy sent a messenger to the Kremlin to let the Soviets know that the Democrats had a plan to keep Reagan in check.
Whatever phony boloney excuses those cretins could ever come up with for what they did, they would pale in comparison to what Chairman Of The Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley gave for his reasoning over calling his Chinese counterpart to let the communist government, our enemy, know that President Donald Trump would not be allowed to fire a nuclear strike at them, and that he would warn the Chi-Com general ahead of time if we were ever to attack them. Milley said his phone call was just “routine.”
According to Politico:
The top U.S. military officer said Friday that calls he made to his Chinese counterpart in the final stormy months of Donald Trump’s presidency were “perfectly within the duties and responsibilities” of his job.
In his first public comments on the conversations, Gen. Mark Milley such said calls are “routine” and were done “to reassure both allies and adversaries in this case in order to ensure strategic stability.” The chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff spoke to The Associated Press and another reporter traveling with him to Europe.
Milley has been at the center of a firestorm amid reports he made two calls to Gen. Li Zuocheng of the People’s Liberation Army to assure him that the United States was not going to suddenly go to war with or attack China.
Descriptions of the calls made last October and in January were first aired in excerpts from the forthcoming book “Peril” by Washington Post journalists Bob Woodward and Robert Costa. The book says Milley told Li that he would warn Li in the event of an attack.
What if the Chi-Coms took Milley at his word and thought it was a good time to attack us, or that it was a good time to move in and take over Taiwan? Such an action put over a billion people’s lives in jeopardy.
If this administration is going to try to continue to gaslight Americans, then they have to get a little better at it. There is nothing routine about the military advisor to the President of the United States calling his counterpart in the communist Chinese government to let him know that he is personally seeing to it that the US Commander-in-Chief is neutralized and that he will warn our enemy before we attack them.
Milley’s position is that of an advisor to the president. As Joint Chiefs Chairman, the general does not have a command structure. He can’t order an Army private to go pick up his dry cleaning, let alone go behind the president’s back like a snake and offer support to an enemy of our country.
What Milley did is treason and I’m certain he is well aware of it. If he thought that what he was doing was just “routine” or he thought that he was saving the nation by making such a phone call and gesture to his communist Chinese counterpart, then why didn’t he brag about it at any time after Trump was out of office? Why did we have to learn about it from a book written by Woodward? Because Mark Milley knew it was treason when he did it and he knows it now.
Milley should be fired from his position, stripped of his rank, and be tried for treason.
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