Military Units Begin to Question Joe Biden and Dems Agenda as Things Begin to NOT Add Up


Folks over at the Imperial Palace are getting really nervous about the chatter they’re picking up. Not in the social media chat rooms, those have gone dead silent. The chatter that has Pentagon officials up at night is the troops grumbling in the barracks. They are starting to question Joe Biden and his Imperial authority. Things just don’t add up.

Not allowed to question

The guys who are loaded down with 20 pounds of brass across their chest miss the good old days when they could keep the troops from watching TV. Every soldier knows that asking a question instead of blindly following every order is a quick way to end up making little rocks out of big ones for a year of so.

Despite that, they dare to ask why the Palace Guard is still on patrol in the District of Columbia when not a single soldier got deployed to Seattle while it was occupied by Anarchists. The scary part is that the generals are siding with Black Lives Matter.

Any soldier in the U.S. Armed forces who dares to question the reason troops were sent to defend the Imperial swearing in ceremony and still remain, while nobody said a word about the violent insurrection going on from coast-to-coast during most of last year, is headed for reprogramming.

With statues of Lincoln laying face down on the sidewalk and blood painted on his hands, it was wrong to defend the Lincoln Memorial. Meanwhile, the troops had been ordered to stand down so barbarians disguised as Trump Supporters could be allowed to stroll into a supposedly ultra-secure building and virtually get guided tours from the security staff.

The need for a military presence in the nation’s capital is practically zero but the Palace Guard still isn’t going away and soldiers are starting to question that.

“If we need these troops in D.C. all because of the Capitol incursion, why didn’t we need them during the Black Lives Matter-adjacent riots last summer?” The Pentagon is now “woke” as Donald Trump learned to his detriment rather suddenly.

Pentagon crackdown

According to a report in, the senior enlisted adviser to the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Air Force Chief Master Sargent Ramón Colón-López, is cracking down and cracking down hard. Soldiers cannot be allowed to question Imperial authority.

On Thursday he declared, “these troops were being influenced by TV personalities.” That he adds, “shows the need for extremism training” along with officers who are “quick to go ahead and correct them.”

Whenever the subject of the barbarian invasion comes up in the barracks, troops are grumbling the same question “how come you’re not looking at the situation that was going on in Seattle prior to that?” Not just here and there in the military, “this is coming from every echelon that we’re talking to.”

It has to stop. Now. Colón-López seems worried that they might be planning to do something about it. He’s “concerned about the way that some people are looking at the current environment.”

They are terrified that the troops can’t seem to tell the difference between peacefully burning and looting places like Seattle, versus the insurrection of being herded into the Capitol building like cattle for a liberal photo op.

“Some of our younger members are confused about this, so that’s what we need to go ahead and talk to them about and educate them on, to make sure that they know exactly what they can and cannot do.” In other words, don’t ask a single question and only shoot the deplorables.

“Those are very, very tough conversations to have with people because sometimes they’re emotional about the subject,” Colón-López admits. “We cannot confuse a First Amendment grievance because of social injustice organization and some of the criminals that latched on to go ahead and loot, destroy and commit other crimes.

There’s two clear, distinct groups right there.” Nobody is sure which group he is referring to as one and the other but they’re afraid to ask the question.


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