VoteVets: Statement on Trump’s Tweet Encouraging a New Kent State Murder Spree (By Cowardly National Guard)


Nobody wants a cowardly dress wearing draft dodger ordering death squads…

Trump’s “Vietnam,” a heel spur, a party dress and a night as the “glory hole” of the party

Note: The Kent state killers were draft dodgers, in the Guard to avoid service in Vietnam, sons of the rich and political fixers.

Current Guard members chose to serve a Washington regime doing the bidding of the Deep State with Americans again mass murderers of civilians and beaten by freedom fighters with primitive weapons.

Service has no honor when service is done with no honor.

WASHINGTON, DC — The following is the statement of Jon Soltz, Iraq War Veteran and Chairman of VoteVets. on this tweet from Donald Trump, encouraging the National Guard to fire on American protesters in Minneapolis:
“As if over 100,000 dead because of his bungled coronavirus response is not enough, now Donald Trump, the Commander in Chief, is encouraging more body bags by sending the message to National Guardsmen that they should shoot protesters.
The sad thing is that, earlier this year, Republicans in the United States Senate had an opportunity to stand up for the rule of law and American values by removing a president who stands against those things.  And they did not remove him.  In fact, they emboldened him.
So now, it is up to us to use the ballot box, while we still have one. We must remove Donald Trump and every single one of his enablers in the House and the Senate, who have brought us to this place, where an American president is encouraging the military to murder their fellow countrymen.”

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  1. The National Guard would do well to remember, that their loyalty and first priority is to the Governor of whatever state they serve in. I have been saying repeatedly that there is an ongoing effort to blur the chain of command. This appears to have risen from when Trump was shocked to find out he could not just deploy active duty military to shoot women and children at the border. Since then he seems to think he can just manage the Guard Units as his personal military force. This is a good time for commanders to review the chain of command with their force and give clarity. Some of the things I am reading from people in the Guard, are disturbing and obvious inserted talking points.

    • One can but hope that there are enough National Guard members left who won’t blindly obey.

    • “…when Trump was shocked to find out he could not just deploy active duty military to shoot women and children at the border.” – David Odell

      Trump likely got the idea from those nice Israeli soldiers who like to shoot unarmed Palestinians along the border wall zones.

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