Nebraska Football Hall of Fame
- Jul 3, 2016
I think deep down you know T***p would have loved to coup the heck out of this place but he is not nearly intelligent enough to know how to organize a coup. Nor does T***p surround himself with people smart and loyal enough to organize a coup.Soo just thought of this. Is the article about Milley being completely incompetent and having paranoid delusions?
if you believe that, then why do you keep posting stupid shit about it?I think deep down you know T***p would have loved to coup the heck out of this place but he is not nearly intelligent enough to know how to organize a coup. Nor does T***p surround himself with people smart and loyal enough to organize a coup.
I’d throw in saving the country from something far worse. January 6 was just a hint of where things were going with that maniac and his followers in charge.Biden voters pretending like they didn't vote for a gigantic piece of shit for no other reason than mean tweets.
Trump threw that word around for four years without having a clue of its meaning. I studied it over 40 years ago in high school and college. I think it should be apparent by now that the orange idiot didn't pay very good attention in school.LOL, you don't buddy we all know that.
Umm, according to a Republican led committee and our intelligence agencies, the Russian hoax was not a hoax.you ate up the russian hoaxes while the truth was out there. So you tell me?
If you wanted a coup , what do you think 4yrs of fake allegations and 2 fake impeachments are?
He is right, it was. It is the fascist and commies who tried to pull the coop over Patriots and they got red handed. These democrats will do anything to steal rights away.Gen. Mark Milley feared Trump might take unconstitutional actions after losing the election, according to the new book "I Alone Can Fix It."www.yahoo.com
"WASHINGTON – The highest-ranking U.S. officer, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley, and other top military leaders made informal plans to stop a coup by former President Donald Trump and his allies in the run-up to the 2020 presidential election, according to excerpts from a new book
"I Alone Can Fix It," written by Washington Post reporters Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker, describes how Milley and others feared Trump might take unconstitutional actions should he lose. CNN first reported on this excerpt.
The top brass was so disturbed by Trump's rhetoric casting doubt on the legitimacy of the election before it was held that the leaders discussed contingency plans for how to thwart any illegal power grabs by the president, including how and when to resign in protest over his actions.
"They may try, but they're not going to f****** succeed," Milley told his officers, according to Leonnig and Rucker. "You can't do this without the military. You can't do this without the CIA and the FBI. We're the guys with the guns."
Milley's spokesman, Army Col. Dave Butler, declined Thursday to comment on the excerpts.
The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff – an advisory body to the president – was planning for a confrontation with Trump over what Milley saw as the former president's stoking of tensions in an attempt to lay the groundwork for a coup.
The alarm only increased after the election, when Trump and his allies contested the results and called on his supporters to oppose the legitimacy of the electoral process, often implying violence may be necessary.
"This is a Reichstag moment," Milley told his deputies in the days before Jan. 6, a reference to the 1933 burning of the German parliament that helped usher in the Nazi regime in Germany, Leonnig and Rucker write. "The gospel of the Führer.
With speculation about a military coup swirling in the months before the election, top military leaders took the unprecedented step in August 2020 of clarifying that the military would have no role in the 2020 election, despite some speculation from Trump that military action would be necessary.
“I believe deeply in the principle of an apolitical U.S. military,” Milley wrote in August 2020, responding to questions posed by two Democratic members of the House Armed Services Committee. “In the event of a dispute over some aspect of the elections, by law U.S. courts and the U.S. Congress are required to resolve any disputes, not the U.S. military. I foresee no role for the U.S armed forces in this process.”
The declarations came after Milley had spoken with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and other Democrats, who had sought assurances the military would not intervene should Trump call for unconstitutional orders to interfere with the election or attempt a coup."