In this new article, Giraldi clarifies some points from his earlier article. He writes, “I was not implying that the military is overrun with out of control evangelicals … (they) are still a minority and possibly even a small minority of all active duty military personnel … One reader noted that most senior officers are not fundamentalist – they just are louder and more noticeable when they do go off the reservation.”
Phew. that’s a relief.
But what about the Obama Administration seeming to be ousting military officers who are not going along with the Regime? That is, with the Regime’s agenda of unconstitutionally and criminally confiscating firearms from innocent civilians, and the regime’s agenda of otherwise waging war against its own fellow Americans in general.
Some in the Regime have been implying that Americans who are “constitutionalists,” religious Christians, those who believe in individual liberty, preppers and survivalists, and those who are critical of the government’s false war on terrorism, are “terrorists.” In the Obama Regime’s threats against its critics, and against those who just want to live their lives and be left alone, many of whom are amongst those aforementioned groups, any actions taken against peaceful people by Obama will be treasonous actions.
Article III, Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution states, “Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying war against them, or in adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort.” As Thomas DiLorenzo has written many times, the use of the pronoun “them” refers to the states which make up the “United States.” Treason as defined by the early Americans and the writers of the Constitution refers to the U.S. government waging war against the states or the People. It is NOT referring to members of the civilian population being “disloyal” to the federal government, or being critical of the Regime in control.
But, I wonder how those Evangelical Christians in the military view the Obama Administration in its labeling Christians as a “threat.”