Explosive Truth From the Trailer For “A Man in Charge”

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Explosive Truth From the Trailer For “A Man in Charge”

“Khalid, a truth-teller” is not a description of an embittered American contractor. It’s a reference to the trailer for a movie based on the life of the CIA’s “favorite general,” General Stanley McChrystal. Khalid has been found guilty by a court martial and is being tried for killing two men who were in the wrong place at the wrong time.

A cynical military officer and ex-Army buddy of John McCain, Khalid are given to volatile temper tantrums and juvenile outbursts. Khalid, who cannot bring himself to accept the death sentence handed down to him by the military justice system, demonstrates his anger by showing up late to court martial proceedings.

As a general officer, who has grown suspicious of his commander-in-chief, General Stanley McChrystal is yet another subordinate who has had the temerity to tell John McCain how to run his campaign. And so, as the new chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, John McCain turns his ire on a highly respected, warmongering, insubordinate commander-in-chief, General Stanley McChrystal.

In “A Man in Charge,” John McCain presents General McChrystal with a brutal ultimatum: either resign or suffer the consequences. He then threatens the high ranking military officers who have remained loyal to McChrystal during his tenure at the Pentagon, with his personal army, in a bid to coerce them into doing his bidding. But what he fails to realize is that this is his fault and will eventually cost him his job.

In the “Man in Charge” sequel, the story becomes even more politically correct, as John McCain and the mainstream media attack the commander-in-chief for “insulting” the military. The political correctness within our nation’s highest echelons of government reached a new low when we saw it so clearly in “A Manin Charge.” It’s the exact opposite of the real world and must be held to account.

In “American Made,” John McCain was welcomed to the White House as the new civilian leader of our country. His re-election as the Vice President will see his mission accomplished. It’s an ambitious political climb, but one that he clearly relishes.

One must wonder if the masses are going to fall for John McCain’s latest trick again. The story of the General Stanley McChrystal was definitely played out in the trailer for “A Man in Charge.”

We live in a time when truth is a strange, almost unheard of thing. Americans have become used to being fed a steady diet of lies. But when the truth is twisted and spun beyond recognition, it is time to be afraid.

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