The Only One To Be Fired Over Afghanistan is a Marine Cmd Who Called Out Disloyal Brass

No one, least of all, Marine Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller, is surprised at how this ended.

Lt. Col. Matthew Lohmeier was forced out of the Space Force for his criticisms of the woke hijacking of the military. Now it looks like the only man being fired for Afghanistan is the man brave enough to criticize the disloyal brass.

“I’m not saying we’ve got to be in Afghanistan forever, but I am saying: Did any of you throw your rank on the table and say ‘hey, it’s a bad idea to evacuate Bagram Airfield, a strategic airbase, before we evacuate everyone,’” asked Marine Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller in a recent video shared to Facebook and LinkedIn.

“Did anyone do that? And when you didn’t think to do that, did anyone raise their hand and say ‘we completely messed this up.’”

The Marine Corps confirmed that Scheller was relieved “due to a loss of trust and confidence in his ability to command,” according to Maj. Jim Stenger, a spokesman for Headquarters Marine Corps.

Meanwhile, the Office of Naval Intelligence is threatening anyone who might criticize Biden.

In an email from the ONI’s Chief of Staff, ONI members were reminded that per a Uniform Code of Military Justice and Department of Defense Directive clause they cannot disrespect senior government leadership. This includes the President, Vice President, Congress, the Secretary of Defense, and more. 

The email reads: 

Given the heightened political and social atmosphere surrounding Afghanistan, it is important to remind our uniformed personnel (active duty and reservists on temporary active duty) and military retirees of their responsibilities and obligations under Article 88 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice and Department of Defense Directive 1344.10. While it is vital to protect the constitutional right of freedom of expression for these groups, consistent with mission accomplishment, national security, and good order and discipline, it’s important to remember certain limitations. Namely, uniformed personnel and military retirees are prohibited from disrespecting senior government leadership (e.g. the President, Vice President, Congress, Secretary of Defense, Service Secretaries, etc.).

Meanwhile top brass are free to attack conservative critics with no sanction whatsoever.

As I noted in While Afghanistan Fell, Military and CIA Focused on Diversity, Milley was focusing on politicization while the Taliban were conquering Afghanistan.

"I want to understand white rage, and I’m white," Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, whined at a congressional hearing.

He might have done better to understand Muslim rage.

A week after his testimony, the Taliban had not only doubled their number of districts, but possessed hundreds of captured U.S. armored vehicles, along with artillery and drones...

By late July, Milley admitted that, "Strategic momentum appears to be sort of with the Taliban."

By "sort of", Milley meant that the Taliban had more than doubled their territory again and were marching on half of the provincial capitals.

Few reporters asked follow-up questions about the "sort of" because the leading story in D.C. was an anti-Trump book which flatteringly portrayed Milley as preventing a Trump "coup".

This is the disgraceful situation that Disloyal: How the Military Brass is Betraying Our Country, the David Horowitz Freedom Center's latest pamphlet, discusses.

It reflects a reality in which the best and brightest, the loyal offices are forced out, while the woke lackeys retain their jobs no matter how many people die because of their actions.


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