Our friend and colleague Joe Messina has a brilliant Internet radio show where he discusses some of the most important issues facing our nation today. He recently had retired Maj. General Paul E. Vallely on his show to discuss our involvement in the fighting in the Middle East. Valley said that the high-ranking military officials should be doing more to mold the President’s military foreign policy because thus far they haven’t been active enough. Messina wondered if Obama wouldn’t just replace any disgruntled military leader with officers who agreed with him, to which Valley replied, “Well then we arrest him for treasonous activities.”
“The Citizens Commission on Benghazi, counts at least fourteen different actions the president has taken that could be considered treasonous.
The general listed bringing the Muslim Brotherhood into the White House, supporting the Muslim Brotherhood against President el-Sisi in Egypt, supporting the Muslim Brotherhood in Libya, and supporting the Muslim Brotherhood’s operations in Syria among the acts amounting to treason.
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Valley also excoriated the President for throwing the military under the bus when he said that the U.S. had no strategic plan to defeat ISIS yet. Fox News reported that one high ranking military official reacted to his statement by saying “What the f*** was that? We have given him lots of options he just hasn’t acted on them.”
The former General was unfazed by the dustup because as a retired military man he knows that military command is always formulating new plans to deal with the ever changing world. In Valley’s eyes the problem seems to be that President Obama “has no hearth. He is a loser. I think he’s a coward and he does not want to engage.” Further, “Vallely believes it is up to Congress to “shut down” the president on multiple fronts using the power of the purse, among other tools.
“I’m tired of the deceit, the lies, the deception of this administration,” Vallely told Real Side.