Colonel Matt Lohmeier Launches Save America’s Military PAC

This is about holding our senior military leaders accountable by getting the right people in office

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Former Space Force Lieutenant Colonel Matt Lohmeier, who was fired from his command for calling out the radically liberal politicization of the United States military, has just launched Save America’s Military PAC (SAMPAC).

“Our military is being politicized and divided by left-wing politics and policies,” the SAMPAC website states. “It must stop, and we must save our military!”

“The Mission of SAMPAC is simple: eliminate the left-wing politicization of the U.S. military,” the website adds. “This will be accomplished by getting the right elected officials in office and who are dead serious about holding our senior military leaders accountable. Our country needs military leaders who still believe in the fundamental goodness of America and in the greatness of the American ideal!”

Lohmeier was fired from his command last year after he went on a podcast to call out what he described as the Marxist ideologies that are being spread in the military.

“Since taking command as a commander about 10 months ago, I saw what I consider fundamentally incompatible and competing narratives of what America was, is and should be,” Lohmeier said, according to CNN. “That wasn’t just prolific in social media, or throughout the country during this past year, but it was spreading throughout the United States military. And I had recognized those narratives as being Marxist in nature.”

Lohmeier went on to slam the New York Times 1619 Project, saying that it is “anti-American.” This radically liberal project is known to look at how American institutions were partially formed by slavery.

“It teaches intensive teaching that I heard at my base — that at the time the country ratified the United States Constitution, it codified White supremacy as the law of the land,” Lohmeier continued. “If you want to disagree with that, then you start (being) labeled all manner of things including racist.”

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Lohmeier also said that in the military, “if you’re a conservative, then you’re lumped into a group of people who are labeled extremists if you’re willing to voice your views.” In contrast, if you’re a liberal, “it’s OK to be an activist online because no one’s gonna hold you accountable.”

Space Force said in a statement at the time that Lohmeier was fired “based on public comments” he made that are now being investigated for “prohibited partisan political activity,” according to The Independent.

Lohmeier is the author of the bestselling book “Irresistible Revolution: Marxism’s Goal of Conquest & the Unmaking of the American Military.” His website states that since leaving the military last September, he has become a “highly sought public speaker and private consultant on matters of Marxist ideology and tactics, CRT, the betterment of military culture, and the preservation of our liberties.”

Interview with Matt Lohmeier from robmaness.com



This piece originally appeared in RobManess.com and is used by permission.

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Rob Maness is a retired Air Force Colonel, a former wing and squadron commander, veteran of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, a survivor of the 9/11 Pentagon Attack, Board Member of Military-Veterans Advocacy, The Second Amendment Institute, WGI Global. and Host of the Rob Maness Show on LifeZetteTV.

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1 month ago

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