Take that and shove it: Trump blasts Navy’s attempt to strip Gallagher of trident

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 Take that and shove it: Trump blasts Navy’s attempt to strip Gallagher of trident

As of today, the Navy was still planning to convene a Trident Review Board on December 2 to decide whether SOC Eddie Gallagher should be kicked out of the SEALs. The order, from SEAL Commander Rear Adm. Collin Green, came after President Trump had restored Gallagher’s rank and of course, after Gallagher was cleared of all major charges against him.


So basically, the Navy is saying we don’t care what the commander in chief thinks.

The commander in chief, however, thinks they can take that idea and shove it right up their fourth point of contact.

Today the president tweeted, "The Navy will NOT be taking away Warfighter and Navy Seal Eddie Gallagher’s Trident Pin. This case was handled very badly from the beginning. Get back to business!"

Gallagher also received support from Navy SEAL Rob O’Neill, the operator credited for double-tapping Osama bin Laden. He offered to give Gallagher his pin.

And Eric Trump, the president’s number two son echoed his father’s sentiment, calling the whole situation “an absolute sham and nothing more than ego and vindictive hatred!”

Paperwork regarding the review board was provided to the Navy Times showing Green has personally ordered Special Warfare Operator Chief Edward “Eddie” Gallagher and his former officer in charge of Alpha Platoon, SEAL Team 7, Lt. Jacob X. “Jake” Portier to appear.

Weeks after Gallagher’s case collapsed in court last summer, all charges were withdrawn against Portier as well. Portier had been accused of helping Gallagher cover up crimes which never actually occurred, according to a military jury.


But hey, why let a little thing like a “not guilty verdict” stand in the way when you really want to screw somebody over?


The Navy Times reports, "Master Chief Special Warfare Operator David Goode will chair a panel that includes a commissioned officer, Cmdr. Peter Logan, alongside three other SEAL master chiefs — SOCMs Craig Thomas, Daniel Schroeder and Timothy Ige.

It’s unclear why an enlisted SEAL will preside over a commissioned officer, but that’s how Naval Special Warfare set up the board."

And it gets even worse.


"Gallagher isn’t allowed to be represented by legal counsel. He’s allowed to review the evidence against him in a room set aside for his use, but he can’t copy it or take pictures of it.

He must submit a list of witnesses to Green by Nov. 27 but the rear admiral will determine if the witness is relevant or reasonably available before greenlighting an appearance before the panel.

The proceedings will be closed to the public and even other witnesses."


Oh yeah, that’s totally fair.


Marc Mukasey, one of the attorneys representing Gallagher said “They cheated. We played fair. They covered up corruption. We exposed it. They lost at trial. We won the trial. They want Eddie to suffer. We want him to retire in peace. They’re retaliating. We’re not shutting up.”

And neither is President Trump – which is of course why the haters hate him.

Assuming the review goes forward, Gallagher will get his chance to appear before the panel at 8 a.m. on Dec. 4, but The Navy Times says they must make their recommendation to Green two days later.


Stay tuned. It ain’t over yet.



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    so whats the penalty for disobeying orders from Commander in Chief during wartime? Time to start enforcing rules

  • David

    This admiral sounds like he has a bone out for Chief Gallagher. I believe he is the one who should be brought up on charges if unbecoming. Chief Gallagher was found innocent and should not have to face this farce!


    I would like to know the real beef the “Rear” Admiral has with Eddie. He’s disrespecting the Navy Seals and our Commander in Chief.

  • Dave Hamilton

    I guess I have a dumb question. If THE Commander in Chief says get back to business and to essentially let it go…why the hearing still? Let him keep his Trident! He’s a good man who is getting railroaded. Aren’t there waaaaay more important things to worry about? He’s been cleared. Move on. Really, am I missing something?

  • KAthy MAnion

    This is abhorrent and beyond the pale of what I believed the military to be. I’m saddened and sickened by the treatment of two navy seal members who have been cleared of any misconduct.
    God bless Special Warfare Operator Chief Edward “Eddie” Gallagher and former Officer in Charge, Lt Jacob Porter. And may God help us all if our military goes soft. For all our great countries’ military forces, STAY STRONG, STAY PROUD,STAY SAFE and AMERICA FIRST!!! ♥️🇺🇸♥️🇺🇸♥️🇺🇸

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