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The back and forth between General Mark Milley and former President Donald Trump over the riot at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, including the events before and after, is far more telling than the media would have you believe.

The prevailing narrative appears to be that Trump was attempting a coup and that Milley is a hero for stopping him.

The actions taken by Milley seem to be out of his power, and his grandstanding after the fact calls into question his professionalism.

Candidate for the fifth congressional district in north Alabama former Army Colonel Casey Wardynski appeared on WVNN’s “The Dale Jackson Show” and said that Milley and the resulting storm of coverage over his comments hide the actual issue at hand here.

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And remember, Wardynski as the assistant secretary of the Army (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) was there, and his concerns go back to his time sitting in the room with these men.

Wardynski says this is an issue of what some would call the “deep state.”

“[T[his isn’t about January 6,” he advised. “This goes all the way back to the Trump administration, it goes back to disloyal FBI, disloyal intelligence agencies at the very top, disloyal military leaders at the very top, and frankly years and years of weak survey and control over these agencies.”

They hated this president from day one. They undercut him at every turn because they believed, according to Wardynski, that they were “smarter than the president” and that “the president was crazy.” These were people thwarting President Trump’s agenda from day one, which would not have been praised in any other administration but was rewarded by the media in this one.

Wardynski believes that these issues that led to the riot at the U.S. Capitol were set in motion by years of disloyalty.

“The disloyalty started at the very beginning,” he argued. “They intended to stop him the day he was elected, and you can see it if you just go back and look at a little bit of history.”

Wardynski believes all of this talk to book authors is “very convenient to burnish their reputations” after the fact, and the media is more than willing to go along with it because it helps justify their insatiable lust for Trump topics that still go on to this very day.

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Dale Jackson is a contributing writer to Yellowhammer News and hosts a talk show from 5-9AM weekdays on WVNN and on Talk 99.5 from 10AM to noon.

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