If this accusation can be proven tp be true, General Mark Milley belongs in front of a firing squad for committing treason against the United States in collusion with the Red Communist Chinese:
In their new book, “Peril,” journalists Bob Woodward and Robert Costa claim that Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, was so concerned that then-President Donald Trump would “go rogue” and “spark a war with China” that he made a “pair of secret phone calls” to his counterpoint in China.
Via Washington Post. …
“In a pair of secret phone calls, Gen. Mark A. Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, assured his Chinese counterpart, Gen. Li Zuocheng of the People’s Liberation Army, that the United States would not strike,” the pair of reporters noted. …
Shockingly, according to Woodward and Costa, it seems Milley communicated sensitive information to a Chinese general and even suggested that he would warn China ahead of time if he discovered that Trump planned to attack.
This shouldn’t come as much of a shock to anyone paying attention to any of General Milley’s radical, anti-American political views.
Milley was allegedly so worried that then-President Donald Trump might attempt a coup after the presidential election last year that he and other service chiefs discussed a plan to resign rather than carry it out, according to reports about a forthcoming book by two Washington Post reporters.
“This is a Reichstag moment… The gospel of the Führer,” Milley told aides, according to CNN, which obtained advance excerpts of the book I Alone Can Fix It by Post reporters Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker.
In regards to January 6th, what Milley was right was that there was a Reichstag moment that day, just not in the way he believes. A mob that had been infiltrated by the FBI took advantage of scandalously lax security to trespass in the People’s House, more than likely as a result of instigation by agents of the federal government. Although a window broken by a leftist infiltrator and an unauthorized person sitting at Nancy Pelosi’s desk may pale in comparison with burning down the German parliament building, the media and the Democrat Party has more than made up the difference by relentlessly hyping the incident, bellowing and shrieking about how it was more serious than 9/11 and worse even than the the Civil War. JAnd exactly as with the Reichstag fire, January 6 has been exploited by the ruling party as a pretext to clamp down on civil rights and inflict tyranny, as those who have been hunted by the FBI or locked in solitary confinement for the frivolous charge of “suspicion of trespassing” can attest to.
Milley’s hysteria about a Trump coup d’état was bad enough but his ferociously hostile attitude toward half the American population is even more disturbing:
Milley also reportedly told aides ahead of a pro-Trump “Million MAGA March” in November that he feared it could be the “modern American equivalent of ‘brownshirts in the streets,’” referring to the pro-Nazi militia supporting Hitler’s rise.
Despite cheating by Democrats, Trump racked up over 74 million votes in 2020. That’s a lot of Nazis to deal with. No worries; Milley and his fellow leftist Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin exhibit the fanaticism to handle the job.
There’s a one essential difference between a free country and a military dictatorship. Primarily that difference consists simply of the civilian control of the military. Any military figure who would undermine that civilian control is a threat to our system of government and thus our very existence. Those who do it on behalf of our most formidable enemy in the context of a military confrontation has committed the most egregious form of treason and should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
Joe Biden’s overtly treasonous acts in Afghanistan could be attributed to extreme incompetence compounded by his obvious dementia. Not true with Milley.
If we let straight-up traitors in our military takeover control of our country, America is done, over, finished as a free country. No functional nation would tolerate this an neither should we.