We get it. Liberals don’t like military members.
They don’t like police, either.
They don’t like authority, period. They respect nothing except their own freedom to be as disgusting as humanly possible, which they dub “progressive behavior.”
And while our former president Barack Obama tried to hide behind a righteous visage; i.e., he pretended to support our men and women in uniform, we know the truth of the matter.
He reduced our once-great military to a shadow of its former self. Worse, he apparently treated those who served their country with outright bias and contempt.
And THAT is entirely unforgivable.
Via The Washington Times:
“The Obama Justice Department discriminated against military veterans, trying to force them to withdraw their applications for two job postings — then canceling the postings altogether and rewriting the jobs to prevent the veterans from qualifying, a government watchdog said Wednesday.
Under federal law, veterans should have gotten preferential consideration for the two positions in the International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program.
But Justice officials had their eye on non-veterans, and scheduled meetings off-site to try to force the veteran candidates to withdraw their applications, the U.S. Office of Special Counsel said.”
Makes you feel a little sick, doesn’t it?
The veterans, being the true soldiers and Patriots they are, refused to back down. They told the ICITAP hiring officials they had to consider veterans for the position.
But it didn’t work.
“Intent on avoiding that, the ICITAP then canceled the initial job-postings and re-listed the jobs a year later, in 2016, with new qualifications that excluded the veterans, the OSC’s investigative report said.”
And of course, a non-veteran got the job so the retired soldiers didn’t win this one.
But now that we have a leader who truly loves our men and women in uniform, a new era is dawning. Or rather, an era that was once in full effect in America but one we haven’t seen in a long time…
The era of respect and admiration for those who serve.
Source: The Washington Times