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Mattis Booted From Trump Administration

Expect more troops to come home from the Middle East as the direct result of this decision

President Donald J. Trump is taking out the trash that has held his ‘America First’ agenda back for so long. The latest casualty of this house-cleaning is Secretary of Defense James Mattis, who announced his “retirement” today after years of undermining his superior.

Trump was all class in making the announcement on his Twitter account:

James Mattis is nicknamed the “mad dog” but he really ought to be called the tranny-loving dog. When President Trump called for a ban of transgender military service members, it was Mattis who undermined him publicly. Mattis also undermined the President in other key areas on behalf of the deep state.

When President Trump put troops on the border and called them to use force if necessary to repel border invaders, Mattis yet again objected to Trump’s policies in turn making the President look weak. It seemed as if Trump had to fight Mattis tooth-and-nail just to get anything done promoting his ‘America First’ agenda.

“I think he’s sort of a Democrat, if you want to know the truth. But General Mattis is a good guy. We get along very well. He may leave. I mean, at some point, everybody leaves. Everybody. People leave. That’s Washington,” Trump said to reporters a couple months back, indicating he was seeing the writing on the wall.

Mattis was also a proponent for endless war, particularly in Syria. Mattis thought that he could dupe Trump into shilling for endless war with simplistic rhetoric. He claimed we needed a permanent occupation of Syria in order to stop “ISIS 2.0.”

“The enemy hasn’t declared that they’re done with the area yet, so we’ll keep fighting as long as they want to fight,” Mattis said.

After Trump announced that troops would be leaving Syria effective immediately, the neoconservative caucus of the Republican Party immediately used Mattis’ stance as proof that continuing the illegal occupation was necessary.

“Secretary Mattis is firmly in the camp of the job in Syria is not yet done. That abandoning the Kurds now will hurt us down the road,” Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said.

“The President has the right to do what he’d like, he is the commander in chief,” Graham added. “All I am saying if you don’t trust these people’s judgment, find somebody you do trust.”

Trump ended up taking Graham’s advice, and the tranny-loving globalist pawn of the military-industrial complex is now history. Mattis may have served his country admirably as a decorated military official, but he did not serve Trump’s ‘America First’ agenda nearly as well. Good riddance, Mad Dog. May you be replaced with a true nationalist. I hear Mike Flynn needs a job these days!

Written by Joshua Finkelberg

Joshua Finkelberg is a contributor for The Schpiel.

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