We’re learning all sorts of things today. We just recently learned that the Berklee College of Music issued an apology for letting police officers use the restrooms there during the George Floyd protests. The Dallas Police Department has released a video montage of officers taking a knee with protesters and ends with the police chief taking a knee on camera. And now we’re learning that a general who became part of President Trump’s photo-op at St. John’s Church has issued a video apology, saying it was a mistake to have been there and mixed the military with the political.
Tell us this doesn’t look like a hostage video:
General Mark Milley apologizes for taking part in Trump’s Bible photo op outside the White House: “I should not have been there…It was a mistake.” pic.twitter.com/h8PIunEOCP
— Keith Boykin (@keithboykin) June 11, 2020
You job is to support your Commander in Chief!!!! This is against the Uniform Military Code.
He needs to be replaced.
— Rep Phil Andrews (FL28th) (@RepFl25th) June 11, 2020
That’s insubordination and you should know better.
— Harriet Baldwin Text Trump 88022 (@HarrietBaldwin) June 11, 2020
"Please fire me." https://t.co/EEbftzAzvx
— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) June 11, 2020
Do we have any legitimately awesome generals left??
— FedUpNGrumpy (@FedGrumpy) June 11, 2020
Thoroughly Mollified Milley
— Shek Yerbouti (@ShekYerbouti) June 11, 2020
That’s very close to insubordination.
— Lem (@Lemang01) June 11, 2020
Somebody got to him.
— Hoosierman (@TPerrysburg) June 11, 2020
“I’m auditioning to be a MSNBC military correspondent”
— Nancy Pelosi has no clue what science actually is (@horseshowgrad) June 11, 2020
I'll be waiting for an apology from all the National Guard leaders who took a knee.
— Zamboni Logic (@z12z21) June 11, 2020
Is he a holdover? When I was in the military I thought political statements while in uniform were a no-no
— Dave (@dls808) June 11, 2020
Please fire me. I have already started writing my book and I cannot publish unless I am fired by Trump
— Jerry Nadler's Belt (@CorvetteToys) June 11, 2020
Man this guy is gunna get a book deal, a private equity speaking tour and a nice think tank salary. Pretty solid business plan General.
— Kyle Field (@Kyle_S_Field) June 11, 2020
Bring Gen. Flynn out of retirement. Promote him to a 4 star and then to Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
— Dex 🇺🇸 (@DexDeLaRosa) June 11, 2020
If he had an attack of conscience and felt his presence there was inappropriate due to his position, he should have told his boss (POTUS) and either resigned or clammed up, not run to the press. That's military professionalism.
— Lonnie Sutton (@Lonsutton) June 11, 2020
Are all the generals now communists?
— Speak up or Die (@theburgerresume) June 11, 2020
Short answer — yes.
— Ellie (@EllieTrellie) June 11, 2020
— J Benson Wright (@JBensonWright) June 11, 2020
Has our military fallen that far?
— Neil Thompson (@boyfromsi) June 11, 2020
He should be reduced in rank and dishonorably discharged.
— Brett (@IAMDEPLORABLES) June 11, 2020
“Hello media? I hate the Bad Orange Man! Book deal now, yes?”
— Bookshelf Q. Battler (@bookshelfbattle) June 11, 2020
— Lisa Thompson ⭐️⭐️⭐️🇺🇸 (@ShofarMom_7) June 11, 2020
When will he apologize for impersonating a military officer? #notelected
— Patriot (@4200fps) June 11, 2020
— Sonjaflies (@sonjaflies) June 11, 2020
He’s a wuss. Imagine getting that far up the food chain and still being afraid of what irrelevant people are saying about you. Wouldn’t want him in a fire with me.
— Tim Towner (@towner_tim) June 11, 2020
Don’t fire him. DEMOTE HIM TO BUCK PRIVATE. THEN FIRE HIM. GOTTA MAKE IT HURT.
— EnLasBrasas (@BrasasEn) June 11, 2020
So, he’s saying it shouldn’t have looked like the military had taken sides with the president against arsonists who tried to burn down a church on Lafayette Square during a riot?
Austere religious scholar Al Sharpton puts President Trump on notice, says we cannot use the Bible as a prop https://t.co/HU4nE5jsYf
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) June 4, 2020