Since news broke that Gen. Mark Milley might have committed treason, the chorus of GOP leaders calling for an investigation or termination is growing.
Rep. Perry, a retired brigadier general, and 26 other Republicans asked the defense secretary to conduct an Article 15-6 investigation into Gen. Milley.
Gen. Mark Milley’s abhorrent behavior is a symptom of a greater problem: an elite class that thinks itself above accountability and the norms of American democracy.
Miller said that Gen. Mark Milley had no authority to make ‘secret’ calls to his counterpart in communist China and needs to resign ‘immediately.’
Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, made secret calls to his Chinese counterpart in the final days of the Trump administration.
A private will suffer greater consequences for losing a rifle than a general will for losing a war.
‘We cannot lose sight of how we can never fight a war like this ever again,’ said Federalist Senior Editor Mollie Hemingway.
As the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan accelerated at breakneck speed, Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Mark Milley was studying ‘white rage.’
If we leave this disaster thinking to ourselves that we’ll cast our vote for the other guy next election — that if only he was here all would be well — then we will have failed to learn.
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley is an utter disgrace to his uniform, to our Constitution, and to the great United States and its amazing people.
The Americans who died in Afghanistan won’t have done so in vain if we learn the long-term lesson here: the people who lead this country aren’t fit for the task.
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Military leaders failed to properly account for their own efforts, misled the public, and then racked up cushy paychecks after the war. They deserve to be punished.
Rather than fund the left-wing indoctrination of America’s troops, Roy argues that the DoD should focus on what it does best: defending the United States.
Yes, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley juxtaposed elected oversight of the U.S. military with the government of Adolf Hitler.
America’s military academies should not be teaching cadets to judge people by their skin color, to judge America’s history as evil, or to embrace poisonous academic fads.
Gen. Mark Milley’s testimony can only be true if he counts as domestic enemies the thousands of Donald Trump supporters and conservatives who attended the president’s rally.
“Gen. Milley ought to resign, and be replaced with someone who is actually willing to defend our Military from the Leftist Radicals who hate our Country,” Trump said.
Our military leaders should focus on fighting external threats at this crucial historical juncture, not fighting a domestic culture war.
‘Repercussions mount over U.S. strike, with Iran nuclear deal pullback and Iraq call for U.S. troop pullout,’ the Los Angeles Times tells us, waiting 14 paragraphs to explain the resolution is not binding.
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