The Left’s mental disorder is in over-drive with Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS). They have vowed to make the upcoming inauguration of Donald Trump as America’s 45th President, the most chaotic Inauguration Day in U.S. history. There are plans to disrupt and …
They have vowed to make the upcoming inauguration of Donald Trump as America’s 45th President, the most chaotic Inauguration Day in U.S. history. There are plans to disrupt and cause maximum chaos. A full-page ad in the Wednesday, January 11 edition of the New York Times points the Trump-deranged to the website of the coordinating group refusefascism.org.
Knowing full well the Left’s plans, Obama, that petulant malevolent piece of turd, has fired the commanding general of the D.C. National Guard, Maj. Gen. Errol R. Schwartz, to be effective at 12:01 p.m. on January 20 — that is immediately after Obama’s term of office expires, while thousands of D.C. National Guardsmen are deployed to help protect the nation’s capital.
But it isn’t just the D.C. National Guard. Schwartz would be commanding an additional 5,000 unarmed troops sent in from across the country to help, as well as overseeing military air support to protect the nation’s capital during the inauguration.
That’s Obama leaving a pile of his stinky excrement as his parting gesture — a gesture that endangers Trump’s life and the safety of thousands of Americans attending the inauguration.
As reported by ZeroHedge, unlike in states where the governor appoints the National Guard commander, in Washington, D.C. it’s the President who appoints. Schwartz, 65, an African American who was appointed to head the guard by President George W. Bush in 2008, had maintained the position through Obama’s two terms.
In an interview with WaPo on Friday, D.C. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson, a Democrat, observes that “It doesn’t make sense to can the general in the middle of an active deployment. The timing is extremely unusual.” Mendelson adds that Schwartz’s dismissal is a long-term loss for the District because “He’s been really very good at working with the community and my impression was that he was good for the Guard.”
The memo firing Maj. Gen. Schwartz was obtained by the Washington Post. Schwartz said his orders came from the Pentagon but that he doesn’t know who made the decision, nor is he told why he was asked to step down.
It is traditional for political appointees to tender their resignations ahead of the inauguration, regardless of incumbency. Since Schwartz, 65, was appointed to head the guard in 2008 by President George W. Bush, he offered resignation letters ahead of the 2009 and 2013 inaugurations of President Barack Obama, but those were not accepted, Major Byron Coward, a guard spokesman, told RT.
It is unclear who accepted Schwartz’s resignation, which was tendered in December, Coward said. RT has reached out to Trump’s transition team for comment, but has not received an answer.