Could Retired Marine General Kelly Be Brought Up On Charges?
Many of you may remember Nikki Haley, the former South Carolina governor and Trump Administration Ambassador to the United Nations. She was recently interviewed by "CBS Evening News" anchor Norah O'Donnell about her new book "With All Due Respect," in which she wrote that two of President Donald Trump's senior advisers undermined and ignored him in what they claimed was an effort to "save the country”.
One of those senior advisors was Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, he I could understand because coming from running Exxon he probably thought he knows better than anyone else about everything.
The other was John Kelly a retired United States Marine Corps General and former Chief of Staff. Now he I am surprised about due to the fact that he is an ex-military man. Could you imagine what he would have done if a person who reported to him while in the military disobeyed his order, they probably would have been thrown in the brig or even worse possibly a code red.
What would happen on the battlefield if there were more people like former and thank God for that, General Kelly. There would be absolute chaos.
According to former Ambassador Haley:
Kelly and Tillerson confided in me that when they resisted the president, they weren’t being insubordinate, they were trying to save the country...it was their decisions, not the president’s, that were in the best interests of America, they said. The president didn’t know what he was doing
The chain of command is the primary way the military maintains order and performs its duties in the most efficient way possible. If a service member behaves in a way that disrupts the chain of command, she could be reprimanded for insubordination. The precise definitions of different types of insubordination are contained in Articles 89-92 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). In general, a service member is guilty of insubordination against a superior officer (commissioned, warrant, or non-commissioned) if he assaults, disobeys, or disrespectfully treats that officer, regardless of whether that officer is in the same branch of the military or even within that service member's direct chain of command.
The deep State is quite a bit more profound, elitist and and much more swampier than we ever could have imagined and it appears that General Kelly is one of the really dirty ones in the pig pen.
President Trump needs more real American people behind him and not these elitist stab you in the back pukes who I would not allow to run a lemonade stand for me.