The Pentagon’s military  sent a letter on Tuesday, Jan. 12, to all serving military personnel condemning the Jan. 6 incidents on Capitol Hill and recognizing Joe Biden as the next president, an action that has raised questions due to the usually apolitical character of the military.

“We witnessed actions inside the Capitol building that were inconsistent with the rule of law. The rights of freedom of speech and assembly do not give anyone the right to resort to violence, sedition and insurrection,” states the letter signed by  one admiral of the Navy and seven generals of the Army, Air Force, Space Force, Marines, and the National Guard.

According to military.com, “The letter is noteworthy for an institution that remains vehemently apolitical, serving commanders in chief and civilian defense secretaries from both parties—and putting the U.S. Constitution above any loyalties.”        

“On January 20, 2021, in accordance with the Constitution, confirmed by the states and the courts, and certified by Congress, President-elect Biden will be inaugurated and will become our 46th Commander in Chief,” the letter said.

“Any act to disrupt the Constitutional process is not only against our traditions, values, and oath; it is against the law,” the brass stated in their letter.

After George Floyd’s death in custody, Marxist groups such as Black Lives Matters and antifa took to the streets of cities and towns across the country to “protest” for “social justice.” However, the protests became a disguise for looting supermarkets, appliance stores, destroying federal buildings, houses, and attacking people who were simply sitting in a bar because they were white.

The incidents lasted several months and made headlines around the world. The violence and destruction unleashed by these agitators left people dead, injured, and millions of dollars in damage.

However, none of these military leaders or the Democrats condemned the violence of these Marxist groups, which certainly surpassed exponentially what happened on Jan. 6 at the Capitol.

While the violence must be condemned at every instance, there is concrete evidence that what happened in Congress was instigated by antifa to stain the reputation of President Trump and his supporters. So in addition to condemning it, what really happened that day must be investigated, because everything that happened afterward, the great purge by Big Tech and the effort by the radical left to completely bury President Trump and his followers, leaves the strong impression that this was a premeditated plot.

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