Trump’s New National Security Advisor Implicated in Sex Coverup

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The Washington Post reports: President Trump’s new national security adviser, Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, was investigated by the Army and admonished two years ago for mishandling a case involving two junior officers accused of sexual assault, military documents show.

McMaster violated Army regulations by permitting the two lieutenants to attend the service’s elite Ranger School even though they were under criminal investigation, according to a report by the Army inspector general. The case against them was dropped months later after the Army determined the alleged victim was not a credible witness.

For his oversight of the case, McMaster received a light rebuke, known as a “memorandum of concern,” from Gen. Daniel Allyn, the Army’s vice chief of staff, in February 2015. The Washington Post obtained a copy of the documents from the Army under the Freedom of Information Act.

“I am disappointed with your actions,” Allyn wrote in the memorandum, which was not included in McMaster’s personnel file. “As a senior leader in the United States Army, you are expected and required to understand and comply with all laws and regulations.”

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2 Responses to "Trump’s New National Security Advisor Implicated in Sex Coverup"

  1. ResistTheDarkness  March 4, 2017 at 8:59 am

    Fvck 0ff Gordon. you lying [email protected] of Sh!t

  2. US-First  March 3, 2017 at 7:16 am

    Maybe the two officers deserved justice under the ‘innocent until proven guilty’ dictum. Was General McMaster criticized for blatant prejudice in not taking action despite the fact that the law later vindicated the alleged attackers? If there are military pre-trial actions against alleged criminals then in an administrative way General McMaster was seriously lax at worst. No bona facie evidence means no crows to pluck. The critical point is that General McMaster did not dismiss the case or impede it in any way to its conclusion.

    Will General McMaster be forced to recuse himself when the flood-gates to the Swamp expose the vilest form of human cretins – child sexual predators under the sway of Satan and ruining – not running, the country. Exposure alone to the written accounts is a heady and toxic brew of depravity sufficient for any investigator to recuse themselves. The sheer extent of the scandal affecting both Republicans and Democrats is such that I for one won’t be surprised if the administration – gleefully supported by the MSM, drops the ongoing investigation like a hot-potato. Of course, the Washington Post – unlike the General McMaster story, will not touch this issue because they have yet to master the art of integrity unlike the art of sniping which, any soldier will be happy to tell you is child’s play.

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