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Former President Donald Trump accused Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, of treason over a report claiming that Milley called China order to avoid a possible nuclear war after the Jan. 6 rioting at the U.S. Capitol. Trump made the comments while appearing on Newsmax Tuesday. “So first of all, if it is actually true, which is hard to believe that he would have called China, and done these things, and was willing to advise them of an attack or in advance of an attack, that’s treason!” said Trump. “And I would think, I’ve had so many calls today saying that’s treason.”
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Former President Donald Trump is responding to reports General Mark Milley reassured China’s People’s Liberal Army General Li Zuocheng he would give the communist government a heads up should an attack be ordered by the then commander-in-chief. “If the story of ‘Dumbass’ General Mark Milley, the same failed leader who engineered the worst withdrawal from a country, Afghanistan, in U.S. history, leaving behind many dead and wounded soldiers, many American citizens, and $85 Billion worth of the newest and most sophisticated Military equipment in the world, and our Country’s reputation, is true, then I assume he would be tried for TREASON in that he would have been dealing with his Chinese counterpart behind the President’s back and telling China that he would be...
I’ve been skeptical of the Biden administration’s official number of Americans still left in Afghanistan. They’ve said about 100-200 Americans were left behind (still a tragedy) but one U.S. official said that over 5,000 Americans were likely to end up stranded in the country by the time U.S. forces left. As of yesterday, they are saying there are about 100 Americans still there—which likely means nothing has changed since the withdrawal concluded on August 30.
The French military reportedly killed ISIS leader Adnan Abou Walid al Sahraoui, who claimed responsibility for masterminding the ambush-style murder of four U.S. special forces soldiers during a 2017 attack in North Africa. Those killed in the 2017 attack included Army Sgt. David Johnson and Staff Sgts. Bryan Black, Jeremiah Johnson, and Dustin Wright. Four Nigerian troops were also killed in the attack, and at least two American soldiers and eight Nigerian soldiers were severely wounded as a result of the siege. Al-Sahraoui, who previously had a $5 million bounty on his head, is said to have ordered the ambush.
His handlers are losing control. Last week, like the boy in the Hans Christian Andersen fable, Fox News Host Rachel Campos-Duffy had the gumption to say out loud that Emperor Joe was wearing no metaphorical clothes. In addressing the collapse of leadership in Washington, Campos-Duffy asked, “Who are the people responsible for putting someone this incompetent and frankly this, you know, mentally frail in this position?” Having dared to ask the obvious question, Campos-Duffy gave the obvious answer. “No one knew better his state of mind than Dr. Jill Biden,” Campos continued. “And if you ask me, the most patriotic thing Jill Biden could have done was tell her husband — to love her husband — and not let him run in this mental state that he’s in.” In the Andersen fable, the boy’s fearful fathe...
Since some stories are only covered in the foreign press, let’s go to Sky News in Australia to find out what’s happening at Kabul Airport #Afghanistan
The Mess We Saw Coming There’s a musical in Joe Biden’s future. It is a mess everywhere: Afghanistan. Our southern border. Skyrocketing crime in our major cities. Inflation. Brainwashing our children with “critical race theory.” We saw this coming. One could say “Yeah, but we did not expect it all to blow up this quickly.” But actually we did. Biden took office with Pelosi and Schumer on January 21. It is not clear when Harris begins her term as Vice President. Biden now has seven months under his belt. That’s about 15 percent of his presidential term. Only 85 percent left to go. Kandahar times get any worse? Yes, they will. This is how democracy works. The theory is that you vote for the person most qualified, but that is not the requirement. Our Founding Fathers indeed were terrified tha...
Where do we get such men? They leave this ship, and they do their job. Then they must find this speck lost somewhere on the sea. When they find it, they have to land on its pitching deck. Where do we get such men? —Admiral Tarrant, The Bridges of Toko-Ri by James Michener I’m heartsick. I could barely turn on the television over the weekend to see the total rout of American honor. Close to 800,000 wonderful men who fought for nearly 20 years — many who will never see home again, or left body parts in Afghanistan — were forsaken by the (barely) walking nightmare in the White House. I blame half my fellow countrymen for empowering such a wretch: the liberal thousands under him (like his woke toady, Gen. Mark Milley) and the media forces above him. That a huge swath of voters was swayed by a ...
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