Only Trump supporters get investigated by the regime.
General Mark Milley and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin surrendered Afghanistan to the Taliban, armed the terrorist group with over $80 billion in US military weapons, left thousands of Americans and green card holders stranded in the country — and they still have their jobs!
Lance Corporal Hunter Clark attended the Trump rally last Saturday in Perry, Georgia.
Lance Corporal Hunter Clark was invited on the stage by President Trump. He was not in uniform. Clark told the crowd, “I am the guy who pulled the baby over the wall and it’s definitely probably one of the greatest things I’ve ever done in my entire life.”
What a hero!
2 thank you’s:
1. Thank you Lance Corporal Hunter Clark for rescuing the infant at Kabul Airport given up by its mother in her selfless act.
— Stan Loves Trump (@SLT20201) September 26, 2021
On Saturday we wrote this at The Gateway Pundit, “Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and General Milley will probably denounce this hero by morning.”
We were right.
Lance Corporal Hunter Clark is now being harrassed and investigated by the US military under the direction of Lloyd Austin.
You can surrender a war to 7th Century barbarians and leave them with $80 billion in US weapons. That’s OK.
But you are not allowed to walk on stage at a Trump rally after you rescued babies in Kabul. That’s not OK.
What an outrage!
Hunter Clark, who was seen saving an infant by lifting it over the walls outside the Kabul airport in Afghanistan during the U.S withdrawal, is now being investigated for appearing with former President Donald Trump at a recent rally, the Task & Purpose military news outlet is reporting.
Clark, a lance corporal, was part of the troops guarding the airport last month. He was seen in video standing on a wall as a man desperately handed him the baby.
He appeared on stage with Trump at a “Save America Rally” on Saturday in Perry, Georgia. Now, his command is investigating whether the appearance violated the military ban on active-duty troops getting involved in partisan political activity, the outlet said.
“The 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) has initiated a command investigation regarding LCpl Hunter Clark’s attendance at the event last weekend to determine if any DoD policies were violated,” said Capt. Kelton Cochran, a spokesman for the 24th MEU. “Any details pertaining to this incident are not releasable while the investigation is being conducted.”
Cochran did not detail which policies he was referring to.