The firing of General Flynn is not as unusual as the media claims. What’s different is the way the mainstream media treated the firing. In March 2009, only six weeks into his presidency Barack Obama was forced to ask for the resignation of his National Intelligence Board Chair Chas Freeman. Interestingly after Freeman was forced out the press didn’t start asking why Freeman wasn’t properly vetted, nor did they suggest the Obama administration was in disarray the way they did when Gen. Flynn was forced out.
Largely through the efforts of this and other bloggers, through a series of posts here, at Breitbart, and an op-ed in the Washington Times, Freeman was exposed as a tool of Saudi Arabia and China who said the Native American tribes the early explorers met were actually Muslims, and described China’s massacre of the Tiananmen Square protesters as too cautious:
In this optic, the Politburo’s response to the mob scene at “Tian’anmen” stands as a monument to overly cautious behavior on the part of the leadership, not as an example of rash action
Freeman also had a nasty habit of promoting the anti-Semitic stereotype about the Jews (he called them the Israel Lobby) controlling U.S. foreign policy. In the end it was the Tiananmen Square statement that sealed his fate (Pelosi has Chinese American constituents and she urged the POTUS to kick Freeman to the c…
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