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Duty, Honor, Country Out Of The West Point Mission Statement | The Rob Maness Show EP 320

The U.S. Military Academy at West Point has removed the words “Duty, Honor, Country” from its mission statement in what some critics say reflects the deepening politicization within the military services under President Biden. From the Armed Forces Press: LTG Steve Gilland, current Superintendent of the United States Military Academy at West Point, needs to resign immediately. The General is spearheading the move to remove 'Duty, Honor, Country' from the West Point Mission Statement. These words have been the foundational creed for West Point throughout its history. Removing the phrase has no obvious purpose, other than to remove West Point's history, and allegiance to the American republic. The General admitted as much in his letter announcing the move to The Long Grey Line. The best reading of this development is Gilland is showing no leadership to his oath of office and will not stand up to 'external stakeholders', like the Maoist regime in The White House. At worst, Gilland is part of the regime and enabling America's slow destruction. We also witnessed a spectacle attacking our first amendment free speech rights in the US Supreme Court yesterday as exhibited by Justice Kentaji Brown-Jackson here; "The government actually has a duty to take steps to protect the citizens of this country... by encouraging or even pressuring platforms to take down harmful information". An X user asks: Who determines "harmful" or "truthful". The Biden administration? My guest today is the author of the Armed Forces Press article, US Air Force Academy graduate L Todd Wood. As a Special Operations pilot, Todd flew missions for Seal Team 6 and Delta Force. As CEO of CD Media, he’s on a new mission now — to protect the American way of life and rescue it from the destructive grip of the socialist ideology that threatens its sovereignty and everything that makes this country great.

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