Internet Goes Off On Biden Administration Amid Tucker Carlson Response

The Biden administration is facing intense recoil this week after military officials used official government accounts and resources to initiate political attacks against Tuck Carlson, a host with Fox News. This is all concerning Carlson calling out the very controversial moves that the Biden administration is currently making in the military.

The numerous political attacks made by the U.S. Military, under Biden’s leadership, against a U.S. citizen include:

  • The Department of Defense posting on its .gov website: “Press Secretary Smites Fox Host That Dissed Diversity in US Military.”
  • U.S. Marine Corps Master Gunnery Sergeant Scott H. Stalker attacking Carlson on the U.S. Space Command’s official government Twitter account, stating that Carlson’s criticisms were not valid because they were “made by an individual who has never served a day in his life.”
  • The U.S. Marines’ II MEF Information Group writing on its official government account: “Get right before you get left, boomer.”

The response online was intense against the Biden administration after the U.S. Military used its resources to go after a citizen who questioned the military’s readiness and combat effectiveness.

Human Events Managing Editor Ian Miles Cheong wrote:

“China’s military is laughing at the US Marines for getting triggered by a TV host and ignoring their military buildup in the Pacific.”

Bryan Dean Wright, a Democrat, and former CIA officer, stated: “With US Marines tweeting partisan views on Govt accounts — and keeping their jobs all the while — we’ve crossed a red line. The Republic will not stand long when our military, intelligence, & law enforcement become political tools. We are in desperate trouble.”

Political commentator Stephen Miller said: “If a member of the United States military high command under Trump released a video in uniform in his government office going after Jim Acosta or Don Lemon or Morning Joe, they would have to clear graphite off the roof of CNN. Here journalists are silent.”

Michele Perez Exner, who works for House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, chimed in: “As a female Marine that served in II MEF, this attack on a reporter’s free speech from an official account is completely unacceptable.”

The overreach of these military officials in using government resources to attack a private citizen is very concerning, to say the least.


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