Nearly 90 retired generals and admirals (Flag Officers) signed a letter calling for the resignation of the Secretary of Defense (SECDEF) and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS) based on their key roles involving events surrounding the disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan. The hasty retreat has left an unknown number of Americans stranded in dangerous areas controlled by a brutal enemy along with Afghans who supported American forces.
‘Honor the Oath’ Petition Calls on Secretary Austin to Defend the Constitution, Not the Marxist Revolution
The Committee to Support and Defend the Constitution launched a petition today exposing toxic Marxist Critical Race Theory and its anti-constitutional objectives during an interview with Brigadier General Don Bolduc, U.S. Army (Ret.) on Steve Bannon’s War Room Pandemic. The petition calls on Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin to “honor the oath” to “support and defend” the Constitution of the United States by countermanding orders he has issued since taking office that have eroded military cohesion and readiness.
Over 1000 retired Generals, Admirals, non-Flag Officers and enlisted decry “wokeness” in the U.S. Military
Lt. Col Allen West (ret) and over 1000 retired and former military warned of threats to the Constitution and the nation’s military readiness posed by the increased priority placed on “wokeness” in the military. Flag Officers 4 America and the Committee to Support and Defend joined forces to alert the nation to the major national security issue America faces if these policies continue.
LTC Allen West and hundreds of veterans release strong public letter warning of threats to constitutional values and freedom
Lt. Col Allen West (ret) and hundreds of retired military and veterans released a strong public letter today warning of specific threats to the Constitution and freedom. Over 800 signers to date have indicated the oath they took to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic has no expiration date.