This former General had a message to Trump that will leave you speechless
American is undergoing massive upheaval just months before the Presidential election.
It seems like every institution in America is bending to the will of the American Left.
Now this former General had a message to Trump that will leave you speechless.
General David Petraeus became the latest retired military commander to announce his support for the radical Left agenda.
Previously, Marine General John Allen, Admiral William McRaven, and former Secretary of Defense General James Mattis all politicized the military by lining themselves up with the Democrat Party’s attempt to remove Donald Trump from office.
In a piece published in The Atlantic General Petraeus aligned himself with the Left’s attempt to erase American history by announcing his support for renaming military bases like Fort Bragg and Fort Benning that were named after Civil War generals who led the Confederate army.
“These bases are, after all, federal installations, home to soldiers who swear an oath to support and defend the Constitution of the United States,” Petraeus wrote. “The irony of training at bases named for those who took up arms against the United States, and for the right to enslave others, is inescapable to anyone paying attention. Now, belatedly, is the moment for us to pay such attention.”
Petraeus went so far as to call the men these bases were named after traitors.
“It is time to remove the names of traitors like Benning and Bragg from our country’s most important military installations,” Petraeus added.
Like many on the Left, Petraeus wants to erase American history and pretend it never existed.
“We do not live in a country to which Braxton Bragg, Henry L. Benning, or Robert E. Lee can serve as an inspiration. Acknowledging this fact is imperative. Should it fail to do so, the Army, which prides itself on leading the way in perilous times, will be left to fight a rearguard action against a more inclusive American future, one that fulfills the nation’s founding promise,” Petraeus continued.