The media and fellow Democrats are trying to downplay the revelation that Gen Milley told his Chinese counterpart that he would warn him if the United States decided to attack. They try to make it sound like something that is done all the time.
Consider this for a moment. What if China invades Taiwan and we decided to retaliate. He would warn our enemy? But, now suppose that Milley thought that we were going to attack and he calls China and tells them. President Xi would immediately order a retaliatory strike on the US. Our missile defense system can knock down some of the nukes, but not all of them. Millions could die. Listening to Milley I get the impression that he’s not all there.
Liberals are calling him a hero for making the calls. But the fact is that he endangered American lives. And he has no right under the constitution to make those calls. In fact, the constitution forbids him from making calls and promising things that would be treasonous. But the Hate America Party eats this stuff up with a spoon.
Milley’s job was strictly an advisory one. All he was supposed to do is give his opinion on a subject and President Trump alone would make the final decision. He had no business calling china. And his promise to warn our enemy in case of a real attack is treasonous, but the Biden gang will not do anything about it. By the same token, the Biden caliphate refuses to punish anyone involved in the drone strike that killed 10 civilians, including 7 children
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Trump did not know about the calls. Acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller claims he was not informed of the calls. Milley insisted Friday that, although the calls were routine, he would only comment in detail when he testifies before Congress in October. “I think it’s best that I reserve my comments on the record until I do that in front of the lawmakers who have the lawful responsibility to oversee the U.S. military,” he said. “I’ll go into any level of detail Congress wants to go into in a couple of weeks.”
“Lawful responsibility” coming from Milley? That’s rich.
The last time a top U.S. general defied his commander in chief was Gen. Douglas MacArthur in 1950 and 1951 during the Korean War, who publicly criticized President Harry Truman’s orders that the American military not attack north of the Yalu River, the border between North Korea and China.