As conservatives watching on the front lines, it was clear that one of the hindrances to the Trump administration was the lack of loyalty and integrity in the people that surrounded him.
Besides his family, there were several that were faithful and backed him, but they were in the minority.
That’s why the turnover was so high during President Trump’s four years. Eventually, hidden corrupt agendas would emerge and he would have to clean house.
When it was all said and done, even Mike Pence, stabbed the President in the back by refusing to do his constitutional duty and call for the verification of the presidential election results.
Mike was apparently already planning his own presidential run while tanking President Trump and handing the election over to Joe Biden.
Last week, Trump’s chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, Gen. Mark Milley allowed his true colors to come out as well.
In case you missed it, he came out with some explosive comments regarding President Trump and the final days of his time in office.
— Bert Huisman (@HuismanBert) July 15, 2021
The Left has come out and declared Milley a national hero. The reason? Mark Milley conspired with other military officials to undermine and block any effort by President Trump to verify the validity of the election.
Even as evidence of voter irregularities and integrity grew, Gen. Mark Milley was prepared to do whatever it took to give Joe Biden the keys to the oval office.
Mark Milley is also in the midst of trying to sell his book, which is basically and biography that strokes his ego and inflates his significance in American history.
Well, it turns out that Milley’s statements, if true, could get him in hot water. He could be accused of sedition.
— Childhood’s End (@AdvanceHumanism) July 17, 2021
A former Pence national security advisor has come forward and deemed Gen. Milley’s statements as “seditious” Just the News has more on this.
If remarks attributed to Gen. Mark Milley are true, the four-star chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff committed sedition, according to retired Army Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg, who served as national security advisor to Vice President Mike Pence during the Trump administration.
“I think he has violated his oath of office,” Kellogg said of Milley. “I think he should go.”
Milley’s words in those final days are not only disloyal, but they also break the military code he is bound by.
If quoted accurately, the remarks violate the Uniform Code of Military Justice, Kellogg wrote Jan. 16 on Twitter.
“If true, Mark Milley’s comments are seditious,” he wrote.
Kellogg elaborated on the tweets while being questioned on the podcast by Solomon.
“I really believe in civilian control of the military,” Kellogg said. “I think it’s essential. I think it’s a bedrock of our Constitution and where we go, and my point was, if true, and what Mark said is true, then I think he violated his oath of office.”
Here’s the crazy thing, Milley had no authority to intervene had the situation escalated. As the chairman of the Joint Chiefs, he is not in a command role in the chain of command. If what he has said in his own book is true, that’s mutiny.
As chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Milley has no command role, and is not authorized to inject himself into the military chain of command, Kellogg said.
“There’s a Uniform Code of Military Justice article, Article 94, which is actually mutiny and sedition. And look at that, and I said, you had violated your oath of office,” Kellogg said.
According to Kellog, President Trump did not do anything remotely close to what Milley claims in his book.
I was with the President on sixth January,” Kellogg said. “I was with the president for 1,461 days. He never did anything that I thought was egregious enough that even came close to supporting what Mark Milley said.”
Because of that and other comments about Trump’s supporters, Kellogg said, Milley should leave office.
The loss of your career and being accused of sedition seems to be a high price to pay to sell books.