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Saturday, February 11, 2017

When Encouraging Career Federal Workers to Quit Was Cool

Adm. Mike Mullen. Photo by PO1 Chad McNeeley.
Ruling elite are worried that the Trump administration might be encouraging career federal workers to quit if they don’t agree with changes in policy, saying they can’t remember when such a thing happened. Such a thing did previously happen, of course, and it happened under the Obama regime . . . and the same ruling elite cheered it.

Peter Baker is the chief White House correspondent for The New York Times. On Jan. 30 he tweeted, “Maybe my memory is bad but can’t remember any time a White House said career workers should quit if they disagree with policy.”


His memory is indeed bad—conveniently so. On Dec. 2, 2010, Fox News reported on how Adm. Mike Mullen, then the Obama regime’s chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, said that troops who didn’t want to get in line with the eventual sodomizing of the armed forces should quit.

Mullen told a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing that the military is based on meritocracy, “what you do, not who you are.” He said if Congress changes the don’t ask, don’t tell policy then the U.S. military will comply. . . .
Mullen added that “there is no gray area” in the debate when it comes to standards of conduct in the military.
“We treat each other with respect or we find another place to work. Period,” he said.

Expect such behavior from the ruling elite to continue. Media cheered Obama’s fundamental transformation of America as “historic changes.” They will demonize everything that Trump does differently as “dangerous” and “scary.”

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