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Thursday, September 16, 2021

Signs point to Milley's exit

Baseball fans know the score. When the general manager says he's behind the manager 100%, that means the manager has two weeks left.

Biden just said, "I have great confidence in General Milley."

Look for Milley to soon decide to spend more time with his family.

Bob Woodward has a new book, "Peril," the latest in his series of books on Washington that explain the deep state's version of reality. To promote his book, he played up his interview with PC General Milley. He said he called General Li of Red China when Trump was president and promised to give Li a head's up on any military action we take.

Instead of showing how dangerous Trump was, it showed how dangerous to the nation Milley is. His boss, the secretary of defense, did not authorize the January 6 call.

Who knows who Milley is calling today?

Within 24 hours, the Hero of the Battle of Mar-a-Lago has become bad baggage for Biden. The peril in "Peril" is not President Trump, but Milley, who has confirmed the story.

His excuse was as weak as a baby's arms. It was so bad that he was not man enough to deliver the message. He had his butler -- Colonel Butler -- tell reporters, "His calls with the Chinese and others in October and January were in keeping with these duties and responsibilities conveying reassurance in order to maintain strategic stability."

He worked behind the commander-in-chief's back.

That is called mutiny.

A White House official said 10 subordinates are willing to testify against him.

The butler confirmed this, adding that the "meeting regarding nuclear weapons protocols was to remind uniformed leaders in the Pentagon of the long-established and robust procedures in light of media reporting on the subject."

That, too, is weak. As weak as watered down tea.

Axios reported, "When Joint Chiefs Chairman Mark Milley goes before Congress on Sept. 28, he may face some of the most hostile questioning of any modern four-star general."

Will he still be around by then?

It is not just the surrender of Afghanistan that bothers them. It's the sedition too. He was the General Leak of the Trump Era. 

Axios said, "Republicans were already irate with Milley for playing a starring role in a string of recent Trump books.

"Even some of his friends are cringing over his extensive and high-profile scenes in these books and perceptions that he's participated on deep background with multiple authors."

Christopher Miller, who served as Secretary of Defense when Milley made his promise to General Li, told Fox he did not authorize the communication.

Uh-oh.

Miller said, "The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff is the highest-ranking military officer whose sole role is providing military-specific advice to the president, and by law is prohibited from exercising executive authority to command forces.

"The chain of command runs from the President to the Secretary of Defense, not through the Chairman."

Miller also said, "If the reporting in Woodward’s book is accurate, it represents a disgraceful and unprecedented act of insubordination by the Nation’s top military officer. [snip] his histrionic outbursts and unsanctioned, anti-Constitutional involvement in foreign policy prove true, he must resign immediately or be fired by the Secretary of Defense to guarantee the sanctity of the officer corps."

Miller is a retired Special Forces colonel.

Democrats are staying on the sidelines while a few key Republican senators -- Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio -- want Milley out.

Meanwhile, Biden's poll numbers are dropping amid a vaccine mandate, rising inflation, a surrender of Afghanistan, leaving thousands of Americans behind in Afghanistan, and bequeathing billions in war materiel to the Taliban.

General managers fire baseball managers in mid-season because nothing else can be done. Politics is the same. George McGovern said of his VP running mate Thomas Eagleton, "I’m behind him 1000%"

Two days later, he was gone.

When Biden said, "I have great confidence in General Milley," the countdown to his departure began.

48 comments:

  1. Instead of allowing Thoroughly Modern Milley to resign he should be court martialed, busted down to buck private and sentenced to 20 years in Leavenworth.

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    1. And take away his awesome pension that he will get if he is allowed to just resign.

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    2. Probably the firing squad is more in order for this kind of treason.

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    3. He is either complicit and a traiter or represents Genius and this is all been planned. Or President Trump out flanked the General and the deep state? Just saying!

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    4. I’ve read that “DC experts” think Miley’s ouster will (pick one of the following: Mollify, Pacify, Soothe, Satisfy) angry Conservatives. Sorry, Weak Bitches. Nothing short of blood, bitches.

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    5. You misspelled "executed by firing squad."

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    6. Sorry Bucky, but for treason he should be stripped of any rank, have no association with the US Army and serve time. A retired military office holds permanent rank (I am paid as a retired Navy LCdr). He should hold no permanent rank or position in the Army while serving prison time.

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    7. Gen. Milley can join Col. Vindman in the $hitheap of failed military leaders

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  2. I would rather ask Milley to describe in own words how the situation has improved before/after Biden administration replaced Trump's

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  3. If Milley is scheduled to appear before Congress on the 28th, netter turn that arrangement into a subpoena. No weaseling out by resigning.

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  4. Bucky is absolutely correct.. it's the least we can do. No other punishment is adequate. Accountability needs to start NOW.

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  5. “Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. — That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness… it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.“

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  6. Yeeeaaaahhhhh....
    More likely, he'll get an obamaesce-beau bergdahl pardon. And that's IF he gets charged with anything.
    I suspect milley'll be around for quite a while seeing how he's handy with the kneepads and mouthwash.

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  7. He needs to go, but, unfortunately they will replace him with another piece of shit just like him!

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    1. obama purged the officer ranks of 0-6 and above. What we have left are those he kept from 2008-present. 195 of them if I remember correctly.

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    2. And kept the O-5's not in alignment with the Left from becoming O-6's

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  8. Firing squad.

    I will even donate the ammo needed.

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    1. Actually, hanging is the method of execution for traitors. Firing squad is reserved for those convicted of cowardice and desertion under fire. It's thought to be a merciful form of execution allowing the condemned to manfully face the "fire" he ran away from and thus regain a measure of honor. .... Milley deserves no such consideration.

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  9. Milley was just setting up his next consulting job with China just like everyone in and around the government these days. His one and only mistake: Treason

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  10. Benedict Arnold actually attempted to resign twice before joining the i=other side. Arnold had far higher ethics than Milley.

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  11. You got just what you voted for. You allowed a crooked vote - You got a crooked administration and government!

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  12. Milley should be busted to Private NO-CLASS and his pension pay rescinded AND be remanded to the stockade...in Alaska. I'm with Bucky, except that Leavenworth idea. That would be WAAAAAAAAAAAAy to easy.

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  13. CALL ME A SKEPTIC, BUT HERE IS HOW i SEE THIS PLAYING OUT:|

    Milley goes!
    Blinken goes

    The furor dies down in 3 weeks maximum.
    They both soft-land in cushy jobs outside of government.

    Everyone soon forgets about it, as the nation focuses on the MLB world series.

    The world series victors visit the white house.



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    1. I'm sure they're already in negotiations with CNN. They'll hire anyone. They hired Scarbrough the murder didn't they.

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  14. This is treason of the highest order, nothing less than the firing squad is off the table

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  15. I think you are forgetting (again) that Bite Me is not your typical manager. Many would say he's not a manager on any level.
    If Milley gets the boot, it will be Ron Klain doing the kicking and who elected him?

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  16. Milley is subject to the UCMJ and the military needs to have a tribunal. At the very least, this article seems to be at play:
    "§888. Art. 88. Contempt toward officials
    Any commissioned officer who uses contemptuous words
    against the President, the Vice President, Congress, the Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of a military department, the Secretary of Homeland Security, or the Governor or legislature of any State, Commonwealth, or possession in which he is on duty or present shall be punished as a court-martial may direct."

    I also invite people to read the text of §894. Art. 94. Mutiny or sedition. Section A Paragraph 1 is difficult to read and not see a relevant crime before the first comma: "[Any Person Subject to UCMJ] with intent to usurp or override lawful military authority,"

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  17. Another fail for Ivy League educations.

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  18. My cynical take?? "Laws are for Little People".

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  19. The Fate of Milley and the Crocodile...

    An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile—hoping it will eat him last.” Sir Winston Churchill, Reader's Digest, December 1954.

    General Milley appeased the Democrat's Crocodile and in turn deluded himself into believing he'd be elevated to historical and unparalleled greatness as the "Savior of America". Groomed by the FASCIST MARXIST GLOBAL CABAL, preying upon his mental weakness and character flaws with promises of grandeur, elevating him into a "pagan god".

    Sir Winston Churchill's analogy of "Appeasing the Crocodile" is as true today as was it in 1954. in this case, the appeaser, General Milley, is being eaten by the crocodile, no longer useful to the FASCIST MARXIST GLOBAL CABAL.

    This is a scene played out hundreds of thousands if not millions of times since Judas's betrayal of Jesus, Russia's Communist Revolution of 1917, China's Communist takeover in 1947, Venezuela in the 90's and many more.

    Today, America is experiencing an attempted coup by a FASCIST MARXIST GLOBAL CABAL. Remember, before you appease, give in or ignore the crocodile, you'll ultimately be devoured.

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  20. Bear in mind that General / Flag Officers never "retire" as such - they go "inactive subject to recall" and remain subject to the UCMJ.

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  21. Milley will earn $16,444 a month in retiree pay from the Army. Don't let him retire, try him for corruption and dock that pay!

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  22. I wonder if Milley awarded himself multiple ribbons for his uniform from the battle of Mir-O-Lago

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  23. There was a day when Milley's exit would have been through a trap door on a high platform.

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  25. I say: keep Milley there, standing tall and defiant in the klieg lights. Let this cancer continue to eat at what's left of the Biden Administration so that it will take the Democrat Party another 20 yrs of constant cheating at fraudulent elections to regain a seat at the table. However, I really think he'll give a milqtoast apology and be allowed to slink off into the night and a highly lucrative life as a civie. That is until DJT takes office as the next President and has him court-marshalled publicly.

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  26. NOTHING is going to happen to him. there will be no accountability.

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    1. If modern history is an example, and I believe it is, I agree with you. We have gotten to the point were a little known rally On Sept 18th, over the arrest and no bail for the Jan 6th protesters, caused Pelosi to re-encircle the Capitol with fencing.
      We are so civilized that vigilante actions are seemly off the table to correct what the justice system refuses to correct when it is so damn obvious what had happened as with the 2020 election or when Biden has ignored a SCOTUS ruling as against the extension of the rent moratorium. Where is the public outrage from 75 million or more Americans.

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