Trump may fire Secretary of the Air Force because she does not support his “Space Force” ideal.

By |2018-10-07T04:44:38-08:00October 7th, 2018|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |4 Comments

Kiss ass or kiss off.

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Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson may be on the outs with President Donald Trump over the service’s reluctance to advance his Space Force proposal, according to a report from Foreign Policy published Thursday.

As a result, Trump is considering removing Wilson, who was confirmed as the 24th Air Force secretary last May, after the midterm elections next month, Foreign Policy reported, citing three anonymous sources with knowledge of the matter.

Remember in Trump’s world your expertise does not matter, only how hard you are willing to kiss his ass. 

So if you disagree with one of his stupid ideas, it is not because it is a stupid idea, but because you are simply disloyal. 

Why does this keep reminding me of a story about an emperor and their lack of clothing? 

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  1. Anonymous October 7, 2018 at 4:57 am

    His space force is illegal anyway or has he planned on tearing up a few treaties.

  2. Anonymous October 7, 2018 at 9:12 am

    Space Force… Wehave treaties to not weaponize space which all signees have violated. Fact is a single hacker on Earth could disable satellite networks easily. Another Trump boondoggle.

  3. Anonymous October 7, 2018 at 2:57 pm

    Well, she *is* a woman and she obvoiusly doesn’t know her place if she is going to contradict or oppose Hair Furor.

    Welcome to the new normal.

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