At the end of August, Marine Battalion Commander Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller emphasized the failures of the US Generals in Afghanistan, resulting in 13 dead US Servicemen.
Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller, with 17-year of experience as a veteran, put his entire career and pension at risk to criticize the senior military leaders who failed US servicemembers serving in Afghanistan.
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Biden’s incapability and high corruption caused the death of those servicemen and 15 more injured in the suicide bombarding in Kabul.
“I want to say this very strongly. I have been fighting for 17 years. I am willing to throw it all away to say to my senior leaders: I demand accountability,” said Scheller.
“I’m not saying we’ve got to be in Afghanistan forever. But I am saying, did any of you throw your rank on the table and say, ‘Hey, it’s a bad idea to evacuate Bagram Airfield, a strategic airbase, before we evacuate everyone? Did anyone do that? And when you didn’t think to do that, did anyone raise their hand and say, ‘We completely messed this up?” Scheller added.
“I thought through, if I post this video, what might happen to me — especially if the video picks up traction if I have the courage to post it,” he said. “But I think what you believe in can only be defined by what you’re willing to risk. If I’m willing to risk my current battalion seat, my retirement, my family’s stability to say some of the things I want to say, I think it gives me some moral high ground to demand the same honesty, integrity, and accountability from my senior leaders.”
The recording went viral:
This Monday, Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller ended up in prison. You can’t speak against Biden. Even if people are retired, they will face the consequences.
Fox News reported:
Scheller is “currently in pre-trial confinement,” a spokesperson for Training and Education Command said of the officer’s status.
“The time, date, and location of the proceedings have not been determined. Lt. Col. Scheller will be afforded all due process,” the statement continued.
But the elder Scheller defended his son, arguing that he was only asking for “accountability” from the military’s top brass.
“He’s asking for the same accountability that is expected of him and his men,” he said.
“I’ve had Vietnam veterans contacting me applauding him for his courage because they too want to know: Was it all worth it?” he continued. “And by demanding accountability and honesty from his senior leaders, that’s all he was asking. And the way the Marine Corps has dealt with it: They have now put him in jail.”