Gen. Milley’s Stunt Just Backfired, Hard.

The FBI’s Monday afternoon raid on Mar-a-Lago may be the most shameful story for the Regime to emerge this past Monday, but surprisingly, it wasn’t the most embarrassing. That honor goes, instead, to the New Yorker’s lengthy report on the clash between President Trump and the generals who so treacherously “served” him during his administration. The article, entitled “Inside the War Between Trump and His Generals”, is extracted from an upcoming book, “The Divider: Trump in the White House, 2017-2021,” authored by reporters Peter Baker of the New York Times and Susan Glasser of the New Yorker. The book describes sustained efforts by America’s military leaders to frustrate, ignore, undermine, and, if necessary, defy President Trump in favor of their preferred military-political agenda.

We all know about the rot and failure within the United States military. America’s soldiers are too fat. They crash their planes too much. They lose wars to goatherds with AK-47s. When it comes to the generals, they are woke, parasitic, and incompetent. Revolver has said much about the pathetic generals who command America’s armed forces, and the humiliating contrast they create with the great leaders of America’s past.

But only on Monday did it become clear how dumb they really are. The New Yorker story is peppered with insider quotes and gossip that clearly could have only come from the generals themselves, who have every incentive to make themselves look good. But alas, as surely enough as a fool who opens his mouth removes all doubt, the generals in their loquaciousness only managed to reveal their own vacuity. General Milley was perhaps the most ridiculous to feature in the article. Read more…

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