And, of course, the “Milley” I’m referring to here is Army General Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, under “President” Joe Biden.
It’s funny, but you can find many references to General Milley in many dictionaries.
For instance, if you look up the word “turd,” you’ll see a picture of General Milley.
Likewise, if you look up the word “loser,” there you’ll see Milley again.
Go to Thesaurus.com, type in “Milley,” and you’ll see a list of synonyms there, which include: impostor, Judas, turncoat, treasonist, Benedict Arnold, flunkee, failure, puppet, tool, scoundrel, and rat.
If you’ll recall, regarding his participation in President Trump’s walk from the White House to St. John’s Church the day after rioters attempted to burn it down, General Milley stated, “I should not have been there. My presence in that moment and in that environment created a perception of the military involved in domestic politics. As a commissioned uniformed officer, it was a mistake that I have learned from.”
If I’m not mistaken, General Milley, President Trump was the commander in chief of all the military at that time.
So really, as a commissioned officer, it was your duty to do what your commanding officer requested you to do.
Isn’t that right, General?
Or, are you okay with officers and soldiers under your command opting to do whatever they feel is right, while undermining their commanders’ wishes?
Alex Horton, of The Washington Post, reports that, “Milley defends military, open-mindedness amid ‘woke’ allegations.”
“Gen. Mark A. Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, gave a fiery response to criticism from Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) of the military’s handling of race.”
‘“I want to understand White rage,’ Milley said”
‘“And I’m White.’”
Thank you Captain Obvious!
Or, should I say General Obvious?
Could you share some other obvious adjectives describing yourself, like obese, butt ugly, or embarrassing perhaps?
“Army Gen. Mark A. Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, admonished lawmakers over questions about critical race theory at a Wednesday hearing, saying it is important for leaders to be well-versed in many schools of thought.”
‘“I’ve read Mao Zedong. I’ve read Karl Marx. I’ve read Lenin. That doesn’t make me a communist,’ Milley told the House Armed Services Committee.’”
No, that alone does not make you a communist, General, but it’s quite obvious you’re well on your way!
‘“So what is wrong with understanding … the country which we are here to defend?’ Milley asked.”
Nothing wrong with that at all, General, but if you think critical race theory is a good way of accomplishing that, then that’s where we part ways.
Critical Race Theory (CRT), here we go with teaching theories as facts again, says we are all predisposed to our beliefs, social standings, and economic standings by the color of our skin.
By definition, this is a very racist perspective, and completely at odds with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who believed we should all be judged by the content of our character, and not by the color of our skin.
“Rep. Mike Waltz (R-Fla.) criticized reports that the U.S. Military Academy at West Point teaches a course involving the theory, which broadly explores the idea that racism reaches beyond individual prejudice and affects minorities at the institutional level, particularly in criminal justice.”
And what about CRT training that is being inflicted upon troops that are already in the field? They aren’t opting to “study” this crap…, they’re having it shoved down their throats.
“A guest lecturer at the academy included phrases such as ‘White rage,’ Waltz claimed, and he pressed Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, the nation’s first Black Pentagon chief, to investigate further.”
“Soon after, when the committee gave Milley a chance to expand, he launched into an impassioned defense of inquiry about U.S. society and its racial dynamics.”
What about all that “not wanting to get involved with politics” talk, General?
“He emphasized that the U.S. Military Academy is a university.”
Only the questionable part.
‘“I want to understand White rage. And I’m White,’ Milley said, focused on learning more about the mostly White, mostly male mob that stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6.”
Now that’s a little offensive, General, regarding your gender references I mean!
‘“What is it that caused thousands of people to assault this building and try to overturn the Constitution of the United States of America. What caused that?’ Milley asked. ‘I want to find that out.’”
Is that all, General?
Well I can help you out with that.
What caused thousands of people to storm the capitol was a belief that the presidential election had just been stolen by the democrats, and nobody was going to do anything about it.
Which it was, and which nobody did.
“Milley said he was offended that critics, among them GOP lawmakers and right-wing commentators like Fox News host Tucker Carlson, have accused the military of being ‘woke or something else because we’re studying some theories that are out there.’”
Aww, General Milley is offended.
You’ll get over it.
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