VT: Watch the two twitter videos below of Miller. This man commanded our military, people died on his watch and it now looks like, were he not so incompetent, Trump would have quite well overthrown our government on January 6. Miller seems to, by his own words, been very much a part of such a conspiracy:
Raw Story: Former Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller said Wednesday that Donald Trump was interested in the deployment of the National Guard during their Jan. 3 discussion.
We believe someone needs to look into whether Miller, while acting as Secretary of Defense, was actually working for Russia.
"I can't believe we had someone like you in that role … it's total self-promotion. All you're trying to do is cover your own reputation." — Ro Khanna to Christopher Miller pic.twitter.com/VTN6OnBjL2— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) May 12, 2021
When Rep. Byron Donalds (R-FL) questioned, “did you tell the president about the mayor’s requests or did President Trump ask if there were requests?”
Rep. Stephen Lynch (D-MA) goes after former acting Defense Sec. Christopher Miller for taking back his written statement saying President Trump “encouraged” protesters on January 6.— The Recount (@therecount) May 12, 2021
Miller: “That’s ridiculous”
Lynch: “You’re ridiculous.” pic.twitter.com/8drl4UjR5D
“He asked if there were requests,” said Miller.
“What was the president’s response to you with regard to the requests made to you by Mayor [Muriel] Bowser?” Donalds asked.
“Fill it and do whatever is necessary to protect the demonstrators, ya, uh, and, uh, that were executing their constitutionally protected rights,” said Miller.
Earlier this year, Miller told Vanity Fair that Trump told him he would need to deploy 10,000 troops in Washington, D.C. “You do what you need to do,” Trump reportedly said on January 5. “You’re going to need 10,000.”