Have you noticed all the hit pieces that have been written about Trump lately in the mainstream news?
Most of the articles have originated from liberals who are trying to promote their new books.
Well now Washington Post reporters Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker are trying to promote their new book called “I Alone Can Fix It,” by doing what every other far-left writer has done and that’s write a book that bashes Trump.
In an excerpt of the book it claims Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley said Trump was laying the ground works to a coup.
Gen. Milley is also quoted in the book comparing Trump supporters to “Brown Shirts” (Nazi Party’s original paramilitary wing) and Trump to Hitler.
The book doesn’t stop it there and it continued quoting Gen. Milley who then went on record to say Trump “would never succeed” with staging a coup and followed it by saying “You can’t do this without the CIA and the FBI. We’re the guys with guns.”
Trump recently made a response to Gen. Milley’s claims in the book and wrote “if I was to do a coup one of the last people I would want to do with with is Gen. Mark Milley”.
'This is a Reichstag moment': General Milley legitimately feared Trump would launch a 'coup' https://t.co/j4mwk6qnz4
— Jon Cooper 🇺🇸 (@joncoopertweets) July 15, 2021
Trump weighs in with a lengthy statement about General Milley: “Sorry to inform you, but an Election is my form of ‘coup,’ and if I was going to do a coup, one of the last people I would want to do it with is General Mark Milley” pic.twitter.com/FYAixNygA6
— davidshepardson (@davidshepardson) July 15, 2021
Trump’s Official Website released Trump’s full statement regarding the book Gen. Milley is quoted in:
Despite massive Voter Fraud and Irregularities during the 2020 Presidential Election Scam, that we are now seeing play out in very big and important States, I never threatened, or spoke about, to anyone, a coup of our Government. So ridiculous!
Sorry to inform you, but an Election is my form of “coup,” and if I was going to do a coup, one of the last people I would want to do it with is General Mark Milley. He got his job only because the world’s most overrated general, James Mattis, could not stand him, had no respect for him, and would not recommend him. To me the fact that Mattis didn’t like him, just like Obama didn’t like him and actually fired Milley, was a good thing, not a bad thing. I often act counter to people’s advice who I don’t respect.
In any event, I lost respect for Milley when we walked together to St. John’s Church (which was still smoldering from a Radical Left fire set the day before), side by side, a walk that has now been proven to be totally appropriate—and the following day Milley choked like a dog in front of the Fake News when they told him they thought he should not have been walking with the President, which turned out to be incorrect.
He apologized profusely, making it a big story, instead of saying I am proud to walk with and protect the President of the United States. Had he said that, it would have all been over, no big deal, but I saw at that moment he had no courage or skill, certainly not the type of person I would be talking “coup” with. I’m not into coups!
The far-left is slobbering all over Milley’s quotes in the book, so much so CNN is reviewing the book and spent close to 9 minutes comparing Trump to Hitler and his supporters as Nazis.
My friends if you can bare it just look how much propaganda is contained in this CNN segment.
If you can listen to more than a minute of this propaganda hats off to you:
CNN's @jamiegangel discusses troubling new revelations about former Pres. Trump's final days in office.
"To hear general Milley say this … is stunning," she says of Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Milley's reported pledge at the time to thwart any at any illegal coup attempt. pic.twitter.com/tid0VFyKWS
— Anderson Cooper 360° (@AC360) July 15, 2021