Top US general Milley insists military is ‘apolitical’ as he dodges questions about ‘white rage’ & critical race theory comments | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Top US general Milley insists military is ‘apolitical’ as he dodges questions about ‘white rage’ & critical race theory comments

While US Army General Mark Milley ducked questions about his past comments on such politically polarizing topics as “white rage” and critical race theory (CRT), he wanted to make one thing clear: the military is “apolitical.”

Speaking at a Pentagon press briefing on Wednesday, Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, declined when pressed to elaborate on his congressional testimony last month linking the US Capitol riot to “white rage” and defending the military's teaching of CRT.

“I’m not gonna address specifically white rage or black rage or Asian rage or Irish rage or English rage or German rage or any other rage,” Milley told reporters. “The events of January 6 happened. Those are all gonna get sorted out.” He added that it was important for the military to understand not only foreign societies, but “our own society – to understand the soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines, and the society they’re coming from.”

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