HOLY COW! Even Vindman Is Saying Milley Needs To Get The Boot!


Retired Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, who testified against former President Trump during Trump’s first impeachment trial, is calling for the resignation of the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Mark Milley.

According to Vindman, if the Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman went outside the chain of command to rein in former President Donald Trump, he must resign.

On Tuesday, Vindman responded to an excerpt from a book titled “Peril.”

A new book from journalists Bob Woodward and Robert Costa, “Peril”, alleged that Milley had been so concerned Trump might start a war with China that he secretly contacted his Chinese counterpart ahead of the 2020 presidential election. Vindman responded to an excerpt from “Peril,” on Tuesday.

Retired Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman tweeted, reacting to the allegations if the assertions put forth by Woodward and Costa were true, Milley should resign, Vindman said.

“If this is true GEN Milley must resign. He usurped civilian authority, broke Chain of Command, and violated the sacrosanct principle of civilian control over the military. It’s an extremely dangerous precedent. You can’t simply walk away from that.”

Over the book’s claims, several others joined in calling for Milley’s resignation.

Rep. Andy Biggs tweeted that “If these allegations are true, Gen Milley has proven, yet again, that he is unfit to serve and is treading dangerous ground.

He needs to resign.”

“Generals don’t get to have their personal foreign policies. Period. If the Woodward story is true, Miley should resign and sign his CNN contract today,” the Author of “The Case for Nationalism,” Rich Lowry also tweeted.

“If Milley did that, it’s absolute insubordination.He should have had the class & courage to resign. Those stars should be ripped from his shoulder. Who does he think he is? No one elected Milley to anything. He’s the one who went rogue.We have civilian elected Commander in Chief,” Gov. Mike Huckabee posted also on his twitter.

Others have questioned whether Milley or Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin might be held to account for the manner in which the U.S. pulled out of Afghanistan, ultimately leaving American citizens and Afghan allies stranded and under Taliban control. Both are expected to testify before Congress in the coming days.

Sources: Dailycaller, Nypost, Businessinsider, Thehill