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    LTC Vindman Forced To Retire

    July 8, 2020
    LTC Vindman Forced To Retire
    Jennifer Williams and Alexander Vindman - Dec 19 19

    Ding Dong the Witch is Dead! (not the main witch but one of the little witches)

    I am pleased to announced the so-called 'military officer' LTC Alexander Vindman has been forced to retire. He should have been courtmartialed, stripped of rank, and thrown into a military prison.

    So, he gets off easy.

    As a former military officer, Vindman took the same oath I did to protect the Constitution against all enemies.

    Vindman instead decided to conspire with a foreign country and with the Deep State against a sitting president, then smugly show up in his full dress uniform to testify against POTUS.

    He makes us who have worn the uniform want to throw up in our mouths.

    Good riddance...



    L Todd Wood

    L Todd Wood, a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, flew special operations helicopters supporting SEAL Team 6, Delta Force and others. After leaving the military, he pursued his other passion, finance, spending 18 years on Wall Street trading emerging market debt, and later, writing. The first of his many thrillers is "Currency." Todd has been a national security columnist for The Washington Times and contributed to One American News, Fox Business, Newsmax TV, Moscow Times, Novaya Vremya (Ukraine), the New York Post, National Review, the Jerusalem Post, Zero Hedge and others. He is also founder/publisher of CDM. For more information about L. Todd Wood, visit LToddWood.com.
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    I could not agree with Mr. Wood more. Vindman should have been stripped of his rank, court martialed, and put in prison. It is a travesty of military justice to let Vindman walk away from participating in an attempted coup of a sitting President. He should have been hung by the neck until dead, in my opinion, not imprisoned. He should also be stripped of all pay allowances, pension, or any other type of monetary entitlements from the Government. I can not express how deeply I am pissed off with this lack of justice for a filthy piece of scum like Vindman.


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    +1,000 Upvotes for Stillwater62!


    It would be wonderful if there was SOMEONE on the Right who'd at least attempt to prosecute people like Vindman...or Comey...or Hillary...or Page...or McCabe...or any one of a huge number of CRIMINAL Democrats. But alas...Trump somehow foisted Bagpipes Barr on us. I had hopes...and I don't know why Trump allow him to bide...but I wish someone would act to punish even one corrupt Democrat. If only to pretend there's some shred of equal treatment left.


    Happy to see that treasonous parasite gone but prism would have been justice.....once again denied. When will the corrupt dems start paying for their sedition?


    His easy way out is a reflection on the Military. Lots of officers just like Vindman in the military making this country weak.

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    Dave Hunter

    At least someone at the Army department objected to promoting a proven liar, as Vindman is. I can't imagine the OER submission from his immediate superior at the NSC did anything but show his, Vindman's, poor performance in his job. Vindman knew what would happen if he went down that road and did it anyway. As a retired Navy officer I am offended by Vindman's very existence.


    too bad ,......a training accident should of "got" him before he had a chance to get out.


    This I know. I have served in the U.S. armed forces as a peon and if I had revealed the private conversations of my superior officers, I would still be making little rocks out of big rocks in Fort Leavenworth. As a civilian, I worked for what was once the largest telecommunication company in the world. I had to sign a non-disclosure in order to work there stating that I could not reveal anything that I overheard in the operations of my job. Disclosing things overheard on personal calls would result in being fired as well as prosecuted for violating secrecy laws of the U.S. Am I to believe that there were no laws applicable to Vindman as regards the presidential conversations. We have two separate legal systems in the U.S.


    Vindmen is not safe as a civilian. Scalia, Haney, Rich, and many others know this


    Maybe some patriot will do what needs to be done to Vindman.

    Bakka Janai

    Vindman is the tip of the iceberg of internal rot in our military. General Milley is also a top example of rot that has risen to the top. Thank God that Vindman has been given the full bird by the sane ones in our military.

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    I was at Benning doing Infantry Officer Advanced when Calley was being court-martialled. Man, was he getting special treatment (not from the Army, but through the military from those in fear of the media). Vindman reminds me of Calley a lot, and I'd bet that Vindman, like Calley, was an inept platoon leader who slipped through the cracks in training and assessment. Seems the US Army always has a lot of incompetent junior officers and top brass.

    Mark M Kozina

    I am glad he is leaving, but I don't think he was "forced" to retire as he was on the list to get promoted. I think that he left because he realized that if he went to a command billet or was a member of a Genreal staff he woul have shown his a**. And he left Senator Duckworth looking stupid after she threatened to hold up all other promotions if he wasn't promoted.

    dr. Frank

    He played the political game and lost. Yes, politics does advance your career to the Full Bird level. But once you are dead at Lt. Colonel, you're dead. Maybe there is a job for him in the Ukraine?


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