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VoxDawg
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Patriot Required Reading: Andre - Is SecDef Austin the Woke Hero the Left Believes He Is?

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This guy.

The one with the woke policies and patently absurd face shield kabuki nonsense.

SecDef Lloyd Austin.

There are only two real possibilities, in my view.

Either this man was able to hide his proclivity for absurd wokeism for his entire military career, or he is playing role for some very important reason.

Let's take a look at Lloyd.



If you go by his record, this photo would be a more representative image of Gen Austin.





https://freeatlantis.com/@Andre/108667139458295743


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I forgot to add... in the event of a mass resignation in our government in similar fashion to those afflicting other governments around the globe, having an embedded patriot in the Line of Succession for POTUS would be a very, very good thing.


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Wouldn’t he outrank General NORAD and the rest of your devolution committee?


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Bjorn Cyborg
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Seems like a bunch of baseless conjecture.


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baseless

This is why we discuss these things. That the facts presented are anathema to you speaks volumes.


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Line of Succession for POTUS

For those curious:



Rex Feral
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Is that a ring he's wearing on his finger or is it something he's holding between his fingers? If it's a ring, wearing that in combat is a good way to lose a finger.


mauser
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I thought the newly created Secretary of Transgenderism was at the top of the Cabinet.


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Is that a ring he's wearing on his finger or is it something he's holding between his fingers?

Unclear. Given that he was awarded the Silver Star for valor while taking direct fire as a Brigadier General , I'm guessing whatever he did in combat, he has the eye of the tiger when the pressure is on.

All the more reason to question why he's engaged in what might be an uncharacteristic change of direction.

The Pine Island Capital connections are fascinating. So is his exit from active duty 6 months before Trump took office.

ETA - Rank discrepancy corrected
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I thought the newly created Secretary of Transgenderism was at the top of the Cabinet.

Try as they might, they can't completely upend established law, though there is some question as to the constitutionality of the previous iteration of the Presidential Succession Act (1947). A challenge to that would result in reverting to 1886 version.


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Looks like a stupid woke baboon with green crap on his face fighting with electric tanks and LGBT queers hiding in their fox holes.

Good luck America cause if this really happens citizens will be repelling the commies in our neighborhoods


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bamarep
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Interesting possibility to be sure.


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in the event of a mass resignation in our government in similar fashion to those afflicting other governments around the globe,

Where is this coming from or referencing? Boris resigning because he's a fool, and Israel's government doing its thing are not exactly "mass resignations". Its fairly standard practice in both places, and something that has no corollary here.
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International_Aggie
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GOs are political beasts. Always have been. That’s not necessarily a bad thing. See Eisenhower.

It’s also possible for someone to excel in military service and suck in public service, like McCain 1.0 and 2.0.


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We’re approaching never before seen levels of copium.



Surely he isn’t a fully entrenched member of the swamp, he’s just been a sleeper cell patriot the whole time!


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Where is this coming from or referencing?


Of course you wouldn't be paying attention to geopolitical developments.

Call the PMs of Sri Lanka, the UK, Italy, Germany or Estonia. See if they pick up.



They're beginning with out of the way places, but momentum is building. Let's see how NZ, CAN & France's leaders fare as 2022 continues.


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oof
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grizzlylongcut
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These high ranking generals are nothing more than politicians in a fancy uniform.

Prime example: that cocksucker James Mattis.

What a worthless pos he turned out to be.


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Sri Lanka

Coup and resignation

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UK

Boris is still the PM, and the new PM will come remain a Conservative.

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Italy

Draghi lost the support of his coalition but his resignation was rejected. He may be replaced by his party or they'll have an election. Like the UK, this is not uncommon in Italy.

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Germany or Estonia

Both of these are still in office and have not resigned.

So I am still not sure what you are referencing. Ukrainian government resignations are not something I'm willing to extrapolate to a global trend. Neither is temperamental European politics where resignation is commonplace.

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Let's see how NZ, CAN

Parliamentary systems, so resignations are not unheard of, but both are incredibly stable and recently won reelection so I don't see the trend continuing there.

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France's leaders

What indication would there be that Macron would resign months after winning reelection? Just like the US, there is no resignation apparatus in France's system or political culture. Calling this "mass resignations" as if these instances are somehow related is a bit hyperbolic and dishonest.

You have Sri Lanka and Ukraine, two countries in the midst of extreme turmoil, and Boris having to step down because he's a dunce. And the Italians that, like Israel, are always a political disaster. Forgive me for not seeing "mass resignation of the US government" in the tea leaves with those facts in context.
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What indication would there be that Macron would resign months after winning reelection? Just like the US, there is no resignation apparatus in France's system. Calling this "mass resignations" is a bit hyperbolic. You have Sri Lanka and Ukraine, two countries in the midst of extreme turmoil, and Boris having to step down because he's a dunce. Forgive me for not seeing "mass resignation of the US government" in the tea leaves with those facts in context.


this is not the thread for that type of level-headed analysis. This is a thread for Patriots to rally.


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