Army official holds up Pat Donahoe's severed head during speech
"I wanted to make an example of him," Army Secretary Christine Wormuth said.
WASHINGTON — Army Secretary Christine Wormuth emphasized the service’s priority value of shitting on honorable officers by holding up the severed head of Army Maj. Gen. Patrick Donahoe during a recent speech at the Association of the U.S. Army (AUSA) annual meeting, sources confirmed today.
“I wanted to make an example of him,” she said through blood-stained lips. “He violated the fundamental principle of the Army, which is, only the right boot-lickers get to talk about protecting our women.”
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Donahoe earned the murderous ire of Army leadership after defending women soldiers against Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, who had attacked an “increasingly feminine military based on new hairstyles and maternity flight suits… Pregnant women are going to fight our wars.”
“It’s a mockery of the U.S. military,” said Carlson, who later accepted the Army’s Blind Sycophant Media (BSM) medal from Wormuth for repeating military public affairs talking points on his Fox News show.
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