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General Mark Milley testifying to Congress.

General Mark Milly justifies calls to China

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Washington – Congress ordered General Mark Milley to testify on oath about his alleged calls to his counter-part in China about the situation in the U.S. And the book states that Mark Milley called General  Li Zuocheng of China about the U.S, and the General stated to Zuocheng that even if the U.S were to decide to attack China he will notify before hand so that they can not be attacked by surprise. If these claims were true the General did commit treason by helping and promising to help a country the United States is at war at. Gen. Milley according to the book said “General Li, I want to assure you that the American government is stable and everything is going to be okay,” That was the first thing he told him in his first call according to the book. “We are not going to attack or conduct any kinetic operations against you.” We are not going to attack or conduct any kinetic operations against you.” The General even says to his counter part according to the book “If we’re going to attack, I’m going to call you ahead of time. It’s not going to be a surprise,”. And because of these claims the General of the Chief of Staffs of the United States, the highest officer in the whole of the U.S army and also the U.S Military stated while on testifying on Congress that: “With respect to the Chinese calls, I routinely communicated with my counterpart General Li with the knowledge and coordination of civilian over sight. I’m specifically directed to communicate with the Chinese by department of defense guidance, the policy dialogue system. These military to military communications at the highest level are critical to the security of the United States in order to deconflict military action, manage crisis, and prevent war between great powers that are armed with the worlds most deadliest weapons. The calls of the 30th October and 8th January were coordinated before and after with secretary Esper and acting Secretary Miller staffs, and the interagency.” The general says that he had made the calls because of intelligence given to him about how worried the Chinese were about an attack on them by the U.S. The General states that 8 people sat next to him hearing the call with the Chinese General Li on the first call. On the next call the Chinese requested the General Mark Milley to call again, and the deputy assistant secretary of defense for Asia-pacific policy coordinated the calls between the General’s. Gen. Li had made a preliminary call on January the 6th. And the call was scheduled on January the 8th, and the while the call 11 people sat next to General Milley hearing the call. And General Milley says that on the second call that read outs were distributed to the interagency. Gen. Milley says after short time after the second call with General Li he had personally informed both Secretory of State Mike Pompeo, and White House Chief of Staff Meadows about the calls and other issues. Later that day Speaker Pelosi on 8th of January called General Mark Milley about nuclear launch concerns and Mark Milley reassured her that the President is the sole nuclear launch authority and other people are in the process of the launch. He stated to the Speaker that he does not determine the President’s mental health on the launch. He reassured her that there will be a nuclear launch by accident, unauthorized or by any illegal orders. The general said that his job requires him to tell all intelligence and information before the president launch’s the deadliest weapons. And by law he isn’t above the chain of command. And that he will no usurp his authority in the chain of command.

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