Why would they ever do this? Don't you know that if you don't like the incoming president's decision-making caliber then you'd stay so that Trump can't put in even worse replacements for you?! http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/12/16/pentagon-troops-it-s-us-or-trump.html
Uhhh, they can resign if they want to. The U.S. President also has the rank of Commander-in-Chief, so if they feel so negatively about an incoming president that they can't obey those orders in good faith, they're welcome to resign their commissions.
Then it will be someone else at the wheel when Trump crashes this plane we're all on with no survivors. That's all they care about. Sitting in a cabin collecting a pension and whining about the personal responsibility of the people who replaced them.
I don't trust Trump, but this article is serious bullshit.
>one military official said
>They all know
>retired Rear Admiral John Hutson
Oh good. Finally we've got to a name. One name. And he's retired.
Reminder: Propaganda against US citizens is now legal.
>NDAA 2013: Congress approves domestic deceptive propaganda
The State Department was prohibited from doing so.
>In 1985, Senator Edward Zorinsky (D-NE) declared USIA would be no different than an organ of Soviet propaganda if its products were to be available domestically. The Act was amended to read: "no program material prepared by the United States Information Agency shall be distributed within the United States" (P.L. 99-93).
>Added to the Bloom Bill, the predecessor to the Smith-Mundt Bill in June 1946 by Representative John M. Vorys (R-OH) "to remove the stigma of propaganda" and address the principal objections to the information activities the Congress intended to authorize.
>...These provisions remain unamended and were the real prophylactic to address concerns the U.S. Government would create Nazi-style propaganda or resurrect President Wilson's CPI-style activities.
Regardless, this article is bullshit. There has never been a scarcity of service members willing to go on record with their name to voice their opinion on an upcoming election.
Yes, but more importantly, it looks fabricated.
My point is, who are they? There is only one name amidst all the alleged quotes of servicemen.
It's completely unsourced garbage.
This is the sad state of journalism.
If Trump were to become president, he won't, ( trust me, idiots that would elect trump are the reason the fucking electoral college exists) but if he WERE
there would be large-scale civil upheavel within a couple years.
I would love it if Trump got in, only to provide an even more extreme example of showing you all that IT DOESN'T MATTER WHO THE FRONT MAN IS. NOTHING CHANGES.
I thought Obama would have taught this to you, but apparently not. Maybe Trump can do it by getting in there and changing FUCK NOTHING.
>Drive all of my companies to bankruptcy
Dear God why do you shitstain mongoloids try to use something you know nothing about in arguments? Please go sterilize yourself so we can't have more of you subhuman trash in our gene pool.
So all the officers who would object to Trumps policies will resign and no longer have any authority? I fail to see why this is an issue.
I don't think he'll win though. He's just too good to be true