Top leadership at the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) is informing current duty and retired service people that they are not allowed to criticize Joe Biden for his complete incompetence in causing the Afghan issue.
Captain Scott Chesbrough, the Naval Intelligence Chief of Staff, reminded current and former Navy members to observe the uniform code, which prevents them from denigrating top government officials, especially when it comes to wimpy Ol’-Joe, in an email obtained by the Daily Wire.
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Service members are likewise prohibited from engaging in partisan political action or disseminating related information under the same policy, which is outlined in Article 88 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice and Department of Defense Directive 1344.10.
These policies were essentially non-existent when Trump was in office, according to an ONI inside source for The Daily Wire, who explained how he had heard former soldiers regularly badmouthing their commander in chief.
Later in the Captain’s email, he clarifies that the mandate also applies to ONI “civilians,” whom he specifically orders to reduce their criticism of the President to a bare minimum.
He even called criticizing Biden or other corrupt officials in his administration “dangerous.”
The email goes on to say:
“Even citizens should be aware of the risk that their public remarks will/could be ascribed to ONI or the Department of Defense. While you have the right express your opinion and to communicate it with those you know and trust, being overly critical of the President or members of the military and civilian leadership, for example, may reflect adversely on ONI. It is critical that you express your views in a professional manner that does not jeopardize your employment, the Department of Defense, or the federal government as a whole.”
The Captain even brazenly supports the phony Biden administration’s handling of the Afghan tragedy, telling the military
“The pictures of turmoil and desperation in Kabul after the Taliban took control last week have been difficult for all Americans to witness, especially for those of us in the national security establishment, as well as those who have selflessly served in Afghanistan over the last 20 years.
It’s a difficult pill to swallow watching the Taliban reclaim control after two decades of investment.”
Joe Biden has given us a difficult pill to take.