Senior Navy officials have recommended to Defense Secretary Mark Esper that Capt. Brett Crozier, the commander who was fired after warning that the crew of the coronavirus-stricken USS Theodore Roosevelt was in danger, be restored to command of the aircraft carrier.
“Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Gilday has presented recommendations to the Acting Secretary of the Navy James McPherson. Secretary McPherson is continuing discussions with Secretary of Defense Mark Esper. No final decisions have been made,” a Navy statement said.
Folks, seldom will you ever see the United States Navy admit to a mistake. They always adopt the policy of going silent then moving on hoping no one will notice. It’s like the small boy with his hand in the cookie jar up to his elbow and cookie crumbs all around his mouth and the floor by his feet, telling his mother, “I don’t know what your talking about mom.”
These little sycophants need to make sure it’s OK with Trump first. The announcement of the CNO recommending the reinstatement of Capt. Crozier was nothing more than a trial balloon to make damn sure they have the imprimatur of President Trump before sending Crozier back to Guam to assume his old command on the Teddy Roosevelt.
Where is Capt. Crozier? The last word we had was that he also had come down with the deadly COVID-19 virus. When and if the DOD actually tells Capt. Crozier, will they have to tell him the good news while he’s on his back at the hospital hooked up to a ventilator?
For the record, MilitaryCorruption.com has always felt the dismissal of Capt. Crozier was a crappy thing to do. Saying he did not use his chain of command was a bald-faced lie. When the chain of command let him (and the crew) down, he went outside the chain of command because his crew was terribly sick and some would die if he did not take decisive action. The problem was increasing exponentially each day and he had to do something.
Capt. Crozier bravely put his crew before his own career. He made a command decision. It was the mark of a true leader. Instead of backing Crozier, the hand-wringing pieces-of-crap at the Pentagon decided to 86 Captain Crozier, because he “embarrassed” the high command.
USS KIDD ARRIVED IN SAN DIEGO, CA WITH A SICK CREW
The Navy is now reporting the destroyer USS Kidd arrived in San Diego, CA with over sixty confirmed cases of COVID-19. The destroyer has a total complement of 350.
None of the sailors aboard the USS Kidd have passed away that we know of, but two sailors were medically evacuated from the ship to hospitals in San Antonio before they could return home.
The amphibious assault ship USS Makin island was ordered to help the USS Kidd as she limped back home. The USS Makin Island has a team of naval doctors, including intensive care capacity and ventilators.
HOW MANY OTHERS ARE THERE?
Are only surface ships having problems with the deadly COVID-19 virus?
When a sailor aboard a submarine gets a cold, within literally hours, the entire crew is sneezing. We know the aircraft carriers are having problems with high infection rates, along with their escort ships, but how about the submarine crews? How are they doing?
The Navy is keeping it all top secret, ostensibly because they don’t want the Russians or the Chinese to become aware of their debilitated fighting capacity. Every get launched off an aircraft carrier with a fever of 104 degrees? It’s tough to be an effective war-fighter when you’re sick as dog.
The truth is, the Pentagon didn’t want the American people to know how serious things were. If the Russians knew the atomic bomb test (Trinity) was successful before President Truman knew, they sure as hell know, probably within hours, how many of our military members are sick.
We wonder how many of our military members are actually stricken with the corona virus and how many have died. Does the military report corona virus deaths to the CDC, like all the hospitals in the USA are required to do?
AND THE FINAL INSULT TO INJURY
We are hearing a rumor the former Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas B. Modly who was believed summarily fired by President Trump for his profanity laced speech and the pure waste of $420.000 to fly to Guam and give his pathetic speech was never fired at all.
And, what a scene it was. The Secretary of the Navy is swearing his fool head off, while the sailors in the audience are flipping him the bird. Does it feel like things are coming apart at the seams?
This is one of the sneaky tricks the military employs. They invoke an image that someone was fired for piss-poor leadership, and in the minds of the American people they think, …. OK, he was fired, meaning he lost his job and paycheck, then he fell behind in his house payments, then his new car was repossessed… kinda like what happens to us, right?
Sorry, there’s a vicious rumor that Thomas “foul-mouth” Modly wasn’t fired at all, in the conventional sense, he just went back to his old job as under-secretary. He just transferred back to his old job in an office just down the hall. If that is true, it’s just more proof there is little or no accountability for those in the ruling class.
Remember, the FBI and DOJ were using a fake dossier and attempted a bloodless coup of the American government… and no one has been accountable for that.
Don’t ever say that no one is above the law in the United States, because that just isn’t true at all. Get in the habit of more accurately saying, “No one SHOULD BE above the law.”