Trump is absolutely correct. Mark Milley Is a F**king Idiot, To Be Sure

The nation's senior military commander has a history of insubordination and utter ignorance.

Former President Donald J. Trump made headlines on Saturday night when he called the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff "a fucking idiot" while speaking at his Mar-a-Lago club.

Trump remembered a conversation he had with Gen. Mark Milley, America's highest-ranking military officer, about Afghanistan:

“Sir, sir. It’s cheaper to leave the equipment [in Afghanistan] than to bring it,” was the advice from Milley.

“You think it’s cheaper to leave it there so they can have it than to fill it up with a half a tank…?” Trump questioned. “That’s when I realized he was a fucking idiot.”

But is General Milley really a fucking idiot?

All signs point to “yes”. Here are some examples.

Afghanistan.

Milley carried his feckless advise into the Biden Oval Office, unable to persuade his predecessor of the need to leave billions of dollars of US weapons in the hands of the Taliban. Biden, of course, complied, leaving behind not just the equipment, but also American citizens.

Hundreds of Americans are still trapped in Afghanistan over 100 days after the so-called "final departure" of the US from the nation.

Milley's blundering scheme isn't the only indication that he's a complete moron.

China.

Take, for example, the discredited General's insistence on overthrowing the formal line of command and collaborating with the Chinese Communist Party. Yes, that did happen, as Milley claimed in Bob Woodward and Bob Costa's book 'Peril,' which begins:

Two days after the January 6, 2021, violent assault on the United States Capitol by supporters of President Donald Trump, General Mark Milley, the nation’s senior military officer and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, placed an urgent call on a top secret, back-channel line at 7:03 a.m. to his Chinese counterpart, General Li Zuocheng, chief of the Joint Staff of the People’s Liberation Army.

Later, the book reveals the conversation between the pair:

“General Li, I want to assure you that the American government is stable and everything is going to be okay. We are not going to attack or conduct any kinetic operations against you.

“General Li, you and I have known each other for now five years. If we’re going to attack, I’m going to call you ahead of time. It’s not going to be a surprise. It’s not going to be a bolt out of the blue.

“If there was a war or some kind of kinetic action between the United States and China, there’s going to be a buildup, just like there has been always in history. “And there’s going to be tension. And I’m going to be communicating with you pretty regularly,” Milley said. “So this is not one of those times. It’s going to be okay. We’re not going to have a fight.”

“Okay,” General Li said, “I take you at your word.”

Of course there was never actually a chance of President Trump starting a kinetic war with China in the final fourteen days of his Presidency. But Milley couldn’t help but signal confusion, weakness, and deference to his CCP counterpart.

Milley is mentioned 302 times in Woodward's book, including an allegation on page 17 that he phoned Admiral Philip Davidson, the US head of the Indo-Pacific Command, which supervises China, and persuaded him to postpone important Freedom of Navigation operations near Taiwan and in the South China Sea. Milley was terrified of China once again, and he projected that concern very loudly.

It's no surprise that the Chinese have felt at ease sabre-rattling over the area and conducting military drills in the absence of a US commitment.

Milley's dumb foolishness is nothing new to him. He has a lot of experience, as proven by a lecture he gave to the Royal United Services Institute in 2017, in which he said:

“I would hesitate to call China an enemy. Some would say adversary. Others would say enemy. Some would say hostile. I think they are what the slide implies.”

He also foolishly claimed to “take [China] at their word,” over the nation’s military expansion and global ambitions.

Black Lives Matter.

Another tale from Peril indicates how President Trump and his assistant Stephen Miller sought to terminate the fatal Black Lives Matter rallies in 2020 as soon as possible.

The riots claimed the lives of at least 25 people, including 8-year-old Secoriea Turner, black police officer David Dorn, and business owner Victor Cazares Jr.

Furthermore, damage totaled almost $2 billion in 2020 alone.

But when confronted with these issues, Milley not only dismissed Trump and Miller, but snapped at the latter, telling him to “shut the fuck up,” before moving the conversation onto excusing the violent, riotous, murderous behavior of BLM:

“That’s pent up in communities that have been experiencing what they perceive to be police brutality,” he said.

Milley had been injecting far-left "critical racial theory" teaching into the military, the country would discover shortly after.

"I'd want to comprehend White wrath." He told a congressional committee, "And I'm White," before boasting about his understanding of Mao Zedong, Karl Marx, and Vladimir Lenin.

Fucking idiot.

January 6th.

And, while there are numerous more instances, I'll take the one from January 6th as the last one. Given his attitude to Lafayette Square just a few months previously, Milley appears to be implicated in both failing to prepare for the events of the day, failing to react quickly enough, failing to follow the line of command, and offering succor to violent rioting in the nation's capital.

Milley made public declarations condemning the use of force to clear the area and restore safety to downtown Washington, D.C., while BLM rioters burnt down St. John's Church and lay siege to the White House - a rather weird remark for the nation's highest military officer to make.

Fast-forward Milley was on the phone with Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin (D-MI) at 3:29 p.m. after just six months. The Capitol building has already been stormed by FBI-linked troublemakers among the pro-Trump mob in D.C. at this point. It had been nearly three hours. The conversation went like this:

“Mark, you need to get the Guard down here,”

“I know it,” Milley said. “We’re working on it.”

“I know I was yelling at you for what happened in June,” Slotkin said, referring to the Lafayette Square episode. “But now, we need you and we need you here now. And we need you here with the military. And get everything you can down here right now.”

“Elissa, I get it.”

“I know how hypocritical this sounds,” she said. She had decried the military’s involvement with the Floyd protests in Lafayette Square. “You’re right,” Milley said. “It does a little bit. But we’ll be there.”

Milley was offering to "go there with as much things as we can as fast as we can" just days after distancing himself from the use of military force to quell protesters in D.C.

Milley and Slotkin, however, instead of hanging up the phone and attempting to get resources to the Capitol, shifted their focus to politics. President Donald J. Trump, in particular.

“Is it true Trump said no [to deploying the National Guard]?” Slotkin asked. A question that would soon be shown to be risible, even by Milley’s own admission.

“I purposely did not go to Trump,” Milley admitted. “I went to Pence. I informed Pence we were sending the Guard. Pence welcomed that.”

“It was smart you didn’t involve Trump,” Slotkin said. “Good on you for not involving Trump.”

However, as The National Pulse reported shortly after January 6th, it was President Trump who had requested the deployment of the Guard in the first place, with left-wing politicians like as D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and Slotkin – according to her statements from June — opposing it.

“I don’t think Trump would necessarily say no,” Milley explained.

“Why not?” Slotkin asked.

Milley stated that he had warned Trump a few days earlier that the Guard would be sent to reinforce the Capitol Police and Washington, D.C. police on January 6th. Trump expressed his support, adding, “Good, good, do what you need to do.”

"You're going to need 10,000 people," Trump added. You go ahead and do what you have to do. You take care of what has to be taken care of... You'll need a total of 10,000."

Despite their Commander-in-demand, Chief's Milley and the others failed to prepare.

Because he's a complete moron.

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