General Mark Milley confirmed he did speak to Chinese officials after a bombshell report claims he phoned over concerns Trump would take rogue action to stay in office.
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Soooo, the Pretender is fine with U.S. generals colluding with foreign powers against the sitting POTUS. Duly noted.

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"The outgoing president of the United States, during this time, fomented unrest, leading to an insurrection and an attack on our nation's Capitol on January 6th"

Not according to the results of the impeachment trial.


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2021-33-We 01:33:02 pm

"The outgoing president of the United States, during this time, fomented unrest, leading to an insurrection and an attack on our nation's Capitol on January 6th"

Not according to the results if the impeachment trial.

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On April 11, 1951, President Truman officially relieved Douglas MacArthur of his command. Word of his firing spread quickly, and the American public found the news upsetting. Truman felt that his decision was just because MacArthur had overstepped his authority, defied direct orders from his superior and interfered with Truman’s hope of ending the Korean War quickly.

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In 1861, President Abraham Lincoln named General George McClellan to the top position as "general in chief of the Union army".
After being named to the top army post, McClellan began openly associating with Democrat leaders in Congress and showing his disregard for the Republican administration. To his wife,McClellan wrote that Lincoln was “nothing more than a well-meaning baboon.”
In March 1862, the president removed McClellan as general in chief of the army.
Those who do not learn from History are doomed to repeat it.


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2021-50-We 03:50:40 pm

In 1861, President Abraham Lincoln named General George McClellan to the top position as "general in chief of the Union army".
After being named to the top army post, McClellan began openly associating with Democrat leaders in Congress and showing his disregard for the Republican administration. To his wife,McClellan wrote that Lincoln was _“nothing more than a well-meaning baboon.”
In March 1862, the president removed McClellan as general in chief of the army.

2021-51-We 03:51:43 pm

In 1861, President Abraham Lincoln named General George McClellan to the top position as "general in chief of the Union army".
After being named to the top army post, McClellan began openly associating with Democrat leaders in Congress and showing his disregard for the Republican administration. To his wife,McClellan wrote that Lincoln was “nothing more than a well-meaning baboon.”
In March 1862, the president removed McClellan as general in chief of the army.

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Milley will remain in his position because the CCP wants him there. End of Story.

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So now it's not "out of the ordinary" to call the Communist Chinese from the leading General of the US military, nor hour long never divulged conversations between Biden and Chairman Xi are....well OK, then you don't come from the same country I come from. Calling and giving secret defense information about what you hysterically think your Commander and Chief, in your derangement you "think" might happen, and that you would stand down the US military if he gave you and order, is NOT ACCEPTABLE, IT IS TREASON!

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So he could do it to Joe too? Maybe he's part of the new 25th amendment push !

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So if the allegations are true, then Milley, along with the Biden crime family, is in the pocket of the Communist Chinese?

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Good. Defend an obvious traitor. It'll make it so much worse for all of these demons later on. This is 1,000,000% indefensible.

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Traitors...all of them. If doing what he admits to doing isn't treason the what in the hell do you have to do for it to be treason?? And FUCK JOE BIDEN!!! FUCK JOE BIDEN!!! FUCK JOE BIDEN!!!.......

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