• Congressman Rosendale Moves To Impeach Defense Secretary For Repeatedly Violating His Oath

    January 9, 2024
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    Congressman Matt Rosendale intends to file articles of impeachment against Biden's Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin. Austin, 70, was admitted to the Walter Reed Medical Center after complications arose from an "elective medical procedure." According to sources the incident was never reported to the Biden administration.

    “Secretary Austin has violated his oath of office time and time again, and has jeopardized the lives of the American people,” Rep. Matt Rosendale (R-Mont.) said in a statement.

    Austin presided over America's surrender in Afghanistan, the unrestricted flyover of the United States by a Chinese spy balloon, and the Department of Defense's program to force an experimental "vaccine" on servicemembers. During his tenure, many of the service branches have also repeatedly failed to meet recruiting goals.

    UPDATE: Shortly after this was published it was revealed that Secretary Austin was in the hospital for surgery to deal with prostate cancer.

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    Darin Gaub

    Lt Col (ret), US Army, Darin Gaub is a Co-founder of Restore Liberty, an international military strategist, foreign policy analyst, executive leadership coach, ordained Bible minister, and serves on the boards of multiple volunteer national and state level organizations. The views presented are those of the author and do not represent the views of the U.S. Government, Department of Defense, or its components. He can be found on Twitter - @Darin_Gaub and Substack.
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    1 month ago

    Well, good luck trying to find his oath of office, if there is one. Per Todd Callender Esq , there is none, and that would make someone an impostor.

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