The recent case involving Pentagon intelligence information being leaked by Air National Guardsman Jack Teixeira is just the latest individual to leak information pertaining to our country’s national security — the previous individuals who have done so consist of Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning, and Edward Snowden.
But it should be noted there are two traitors among the higher-ups within the Biden Administration — General Mark Milley and John Kerry.
General Mark Milley, who is more concerned with promoting leftist doctrine within the armed forces than he is in defending America, committed treason when he contacted General Li Zuocheng of the People’s Liberation Army and told him that should the United States decide to attack China, he would call him ahead of time. Such conversation between General Milley and General Zuocheng took place in the final months of the Trump Administration, and it is unclear why General Milley was never charged with treason or faced any disciplinary action. But one thing is clear, and that is General Milley (and probably a significant portion of the military brass) are more loyal to the Democratic Party than to their country.
Then there is John Kerry, the Biden Administration’s Special Presidential Climate Envoy. It is unclear why he was appointed to this position since his credentials on being an expert on the Earth’s climate are questionable.
At any rate, Kerry is known for his anti-war stance during the Vietnam War, despite serving in the Navy during that conflict.
In 1970, while still an officer in the Navy, Kerry attempted to negotiate with the North Vietnamese and its allies at the Paris Peace Accords. Since he had no authorization to do so, he could have subject to the death penalty under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Why he was never court-martialed for his actions is not known.
Kerry’s treason did not end with the Vietnam War. After the Trump Administration withdrew from the Iran Nuclear Deal (another illegal action that Kerry concocted while serving as Secretary of State during the Obama Administration), Kerry tried to revive the deal despite being a private citizen and thus had no authorization in meeting with Iranian officials. Why he was never prosecuted for his actions is not clear.
At any rate, both General Milley and John Kerry should be held accountable for their actions.
For more information on both individuals, visit the Discover the Networks website at discoverthenetworks.org.