Biden is desperate to remove the remaining Trump officials still employed by the federal government. He fears anything with Trump’s influence because deep down Joe is well-aware that Trump’s policies were a lot more effective than what’s currently on the books.
Now the Biden administration is ignoring the three year term and pushing multiple former Trump officials out of their positions on military service academy advisory boards.
The White House reached out to 18 officials who were appointed by former President Donald Trump, including former White House officials Kellyanne Conway and Sean Spicer , among others, asking for their resignations.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki confirmed the move during her daily press briefing and in later appearances on Fake News Media outlets:
White House Press Sec. Jen Psaki says the administration is asking military academy advisory board members to resign for "a fresh layer of people.”
Some “have supported or stood by silently while their former boss supported an insurrection. That's not really OK with us either.” pic.twitter.com/1fpgGMwUjJ
— New Day (@NewDay) September 9, 2021
A letter from Catherine Russell, the director of White House Office of Presidential Personnel, penned a letter to Russel Vought, Trump’s former Budget director, demanding his resignation “on behalf of President Biden…”
Catherine Russell was smiling all day today. pic.twitter.com/PSB0hr5Yze
— Rick Rise (@RickRise4) September 8, 2021
Former national security adviser H.R. McMaster, Michael Wynne, retired Gen. John Keane, Meaghan Mobbs, David Urban, Heidi Stirrup, retired Col. Douglas Macgregor, and John Coale were also asked to submit their resignations.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin announced the suspension of all military academy oversight boards in February while they conducted a review following a flurry of last-second appointments by the previous administration.
Vought quickly responded to the letter, denying the Biden admin request for his resignation:
— Russ Vought (@russvought) September 8, 2021
Kellyanne Conway also posted her response on social media, blasting Biden and his failures.
President Biden, I'm not resigning, but you should. pic.twitter.com/HuRYM4bLYP
— Kellyanne Conway (@KellyannePolls) September 8, 2021
Trump’s former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was another Biden target. Using his platform on Newsmax, Spicer exposed the Biden administration’s willingness to remove former Trump officials to distract from the ongoing devastation in Afghanistan.
Instead of focusing on the stranded Americans left in #Afghanistan, President Biden is trying to terminate the Trump appointees to the Naval Academy, West Point and Air Force Academy.
— Sean Spicer (@seanspicer) September 8, 2021
Last week, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said the reviews had concluded and that 16 boards were being reinstated.
The Biden administration is so desperate to get the media off their back, they will use any “anti-Trump” tactics necessary to prevent any further hit pieces on their total failures. But the American people are not blind, however, and Biden’s approval rating continues to tank amongst key voting groups. No amount of wool is heavy enough to successfully blind the country from Biden’s catastrophes.
Author: Elizabeth Tierney