Wednesday, April 6, 2016

A Window How Obama Has Ruined the Military: Air Force Vet is thrown out of his colleague's retirement ceremony as he reads out a dedication to the American flag



This is a window how our military has drastically changed under the presidency of Barack Hussein Obama. 
Our military is no longer a fighting force; it’s become a Petri dish for social engineering: Openly Gays are allowed to serve and get married while in the military, transgender recruitment is being made a priority and other things have happened that have totally gutted morale.  In other words our military have become a politically correct bastion of all kinds of social rot that’s causes many of our best and brightest to leave the service.
Daily Mail reports what began as a dignified affair quickly turned into an embarrassing scene after a retired Air Force official was forcibly ejected from his colleague's retiree ceremony.

The event was being held at Travis Air Force Base in California for Master Sergeant Chuck Roberson of the 749th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron.

But the service was interrupted when Retired Senior Master Sgt. Oscar Rodriguez was forcibly ejected from the stage as he began to read out a statement honoring the American Flag to the audience.

However, the recital was not a part of the usual procedure at retirement ceremonies and Rodriguez was told to stop.

A video that captured the incident shows two men in camouflage uniform approach Rodriguez and say something quietly, but he appears not to respond.

As the American flag is unfurled next to him on stage he begins his statement: 'Our flag is known as the stars and stripes. A union consists of white stars and a blue field above it.
'Each star represents one individual state. together they stand united in the visible.'

But as he does the two men push him off stage while he continues to shout out the words, he is eventually pushed out of the room, but his shouts can still be heard in the distance. 

Why do you think people are leaving (the Air Force) in droves? 
'Because the guys in the trenches are subjected to nonstop stupidity from commanders who don't deserve the rank, respect, or support of the people they're in charge of.'


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1 comment:

  1. Actually, I think he was saying "indivisible", not "in the visible".

    Still, a pathetic display of misuse of force on the part of the government.

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