May 29, 2019
Airmen onboard the USS WASP wearing patches on their jumpsuits that read “Make Aircrew Great Again.” The patches include an image in the center in the likeness of President Trump. pic.twitter.com/rQKAyrcDte
— Vivian Salama (@vmsalama) May 28, 2019
Service members openly declaring their support for the president they serve is controversial.
They can’t just gladly take orders from their leader – because their leader is a neo-Nazi AND a White Supremacist.
The Navy says it is reviewing whether service members violated Defense Department policy or regulations by wearing a uniform patch with the words “Make Aircrews Great Again” during President Donald Trump’s visit to their ship in Japan.
The phrase emblazoned on the patch, along with a likeness of Trump, is a play on his campaign slogan.
The military has uniform dress codes and regulations against partisan political acts while in uniform.
If service members can’t openly support the current president of the United States, what does that say about the Navy?
What is going on here?
If the commander-in-chief isn’t commanding them, who then is commanding them?
It might well be time that the US flag itself was removed from military uniforms and vehicles.
We all remember the New York Times cartoon, showing that the troops wanted nothing to do with defending the US border, and instead “enrolled” to fight for the Jews in the Middle East.
And the NORTHCOM Chief said that the invasion on the US-Mexico border shouldn’t have anything to do with the military, and that he was anxious to get troops back to their main mission, which is fighting wars for Jews.
So why exactly are the troops wearing American flags?
This is an Israeli army.
They should be wearing Israeli flags.
At this point, if you asked Trump, he would probably agree that his image should be removed from patches, and replaced with a Bibi Netanyahu patch.
Or maybe a patch that just says “GOYIM SLAVE.”
And maybe every soldier should have the word “GOY” tattooed across his forehead too, just so everyone understands what our priorities are as a nation.