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1SG Steven Imerman
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Being "...worried about..." something is very, very far from mobilizing. This article has an extremely misleading title.
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SSgt Joseph Baptist
SSgt Joseph Baptist
2 mo
Since the whole concept of Trump using a military coup to retain the Presidency was a delusional fantasy, and not based on reality, it is no surprise that an article about it misrepresents facts, and seeks to play up fears.
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MSgt Robert "Rock" Aldi
MSgt Robert "Rock" Aldi
2 mo
Was not aware the JCSAF is in the loop with #3 ..

"This morning, I spoke to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley to discuss available precautions for preventing an unstable President from initiating military hostilities or accessing launch codes & ordering a nuclear strike.”..Nancy Pelosi 8 Jan 21
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Lt Col John (Jack) Christensen
Lt Col John (Jack) Christensen
2 mo
His job is to be worried about something!
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MSgt Dave Hoffman
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The world famous "Unnamed Sources"?
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SPC Erich Guenther
SPC Erich Guenther
2 mo
Note the Secretary of Defense who actually gives the orders to move troops is never mentioned in the article above. Liberals are butt stupid about the Constitution and limits of the Presidency.
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LTC Attorney
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Very proud of General Milley; I really think he saved the country between November 4, wow and January 20, 2021.
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COL Jim Drago
COL Jim Drago
2 mo
Please. Its funny 10 months later suddenly he happens to say "look at me!, Im a hero". Milly is just a political piece of trash GO like most of the others on the JCS.
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LTC Attorney
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2 mo
COL Jim Drago - A lesser man might have allowed Trump to use the Insurrection Act to hold power.
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SSG John Oliver
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MCPO Rogers Glen Brewer, Sr. - Yeah I seem to remember you saying similar things about LTC Vindeman.

The traitor was Donald Trump, inciting insurrection and attempting to overturn a free and fair election, which he's still doing by the way.

As for Milley, he didn't disobey any orders, but he expected to receive an unlawful order and did the research and planning necessary so that, if said order came, he would be prepared to disobey it. That is his duty, by the way, to disobey AN UNLAWFUL ORDER such as invoicing the Insurrection Act in an illegal attempt to seize power would be.
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