The U.S. military has never been so evidently disgusted with their Commander-in-Chief as they currently are with Barack Obama. His constant disrespect for the men and women who risk their lives to defend our freedoms, coupled with a shocking reverence for our enemies, has driven many high-ranking military officials to take a public stand against him. Wounded American Warrior reports that both retired and active duty military leaders are risking their legacies and careers by speaking out against Obama.
Retired four-star Army General Jack Keane and former Air Force Major General Bentley Rayburn have voiced their opposition of the President’s softness on radical Islamic terrorism, which was manifested in the trade of five top Taliban terrorists for the traitor Bowe Bergdahl. Demonstrating an incredible level of hypocrisy, Obama turned around and did next to nothing to save the American hostages who were held by ISIS before being brutally beheaded as part of a gruesome propaganda campaign for the world’s most horrific terrorist organization.
Additionally, retired U.S. Army Major General Paul E. Vallely has called for a “peaceful revolution” in response to Obama’s lawlessness. Vallely has urged the American people to demand the resignation of the President and his inner circle through marches and protests. Unfortunately, too many people are busy protesting the death of Michael Brown, the black thug who attacked a white police officer after committing a strong-arm robbery moments before. The priorities of many Americans are seriously out of whack. However, Air Force Brig. General Charles Jones joined Vallely on a “citizen’s council” to challenge the Obama Administration’s policies directly.
Arguably the most concerning topic to the military is our country’s porous southern border, which has seen an influx of illegal immigration under Obama’s watch. Two notable service members are speaking out on this crisis adamantly: Retired Army Major General and Medal of Honor recipient Patrick Henry Brady, and active-duty Marine General John Kelly, Commander of U.S. Southern Command. Kelly’s opposition to the Obama Administration is definitely the most troubling to the President, as he is currently in a position of substantial leadership. He may not be for long, though, as we have seen Obama get rid of those who disagree with his agenda time and again.
The Conservative Tribune notes that all of these military leaders understand in ways that most Americans cannot, what it is like to make high-level decisions, carry them out, and then deal with the consequences. If they collectively agree that America under Obama is in trouble, we would be fools not to listen to them. Share this report if you agree with these brave American heroes!