Former SEAL Rob O’Neill Discusses Flag Officer Corrupt Behavior in Gallagher Case….

Former Navy SEAL Rob O’Neill appears on Fox News to discuss the political corruption in amid the Flag officers within the military.   WATCH:

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O’Neill rightly points out how DC bureaucrats are confusing the purpose of warfighters and President Trump is focused on the common sense approach. Former Navy Secretary Richard Spencer embarrassed himself by violating the chain-of-command and then criticizing President Trump over a lack of “order and discipline” within that same command structure. Ridiculous.

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101 Responses to Former SEAL Rob O’Neill Discusses Flag Officer Corrupt Behavior in Gallagher Case….

  1. fhb says:

    THIS, and all issues coming up ARE what the RESISTANCE is all about..conflate, inflate, muddy up, drag out , invent or use real events to foul our Elected leader…..why is it not recognized as such…and john brennan had and is 1. controlling 2. giving the GO AHEAD via his tweets and open communications on tv….a lot of histrionics and so called backlash can be traced to when he SAID/wrote/tweeted something publicly

    Liked by 3 people

  2. Genie says:

    Releasing the hounds to chase the wolves.

    Liked by 7 people

    • J.Thomas says:

      “I’ve got your backs!”

      Trump puts his money where his mouth is. It has to imbue deep loyalty in those guys to see him stand up for them against their bureaucrat bosses.

      Whether its trade, individual rights, or criminal justice reform, this “sticking up for the little guy” thing about Trump is not talked about in media, but I guarantee you that it makes a difference in 2020. Trump goes to battle for the little guy every day in order to make their America great at the expense of the same globalist elite who brought us the trade deficit with China, the TPP, NAFTA, the Iraq war and endless regime change disasters like Libya and Ukraine.

      Trump is all manner of imperfect, but he is truly putting it on the line for the little guy and FIGHTING for them all the way to the end.

      Liked by 28 people

      • bruzedorange says:

        Hmmmm… Is President Trump calling out and kicking out the Pentagon’s “brass de resistance” who support coup, while at the same time generating more loyalty from the “little guys” who might be called on to carry out orders by those same brass?

        I wonder what “fragging” is called in Washington, DC?

        Liked by 7 people

      • topavalley says:

        There are MANY who would like to be so “all manner of imperfect” as President Trump.

        Liked by 3 people

    • mopar2016 says:

      This guy makes a lot of sense.
      “Fire the person saying that stuff, and fire their boss too”.
      “If you want to lose a war, get lawyers, politicians, and four star Generals involved”.

      Liked by 20 people

  3. Phil aka Felipe says:

    But we’ve always done it this way. /s

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Han Solo says:

    Hypocrisy much?

    Amazing that the swamp extends into the military, tho no surprise…lots of politics in the military and that is unfortunate…but to subordinate the CoChief, unacceptable. POTUS coulda taken this to a whole new level

    Liked by 6 people

    • JohnCasper says:

      Obama tried to purge the best and brightest from the upper ranks. And at that, he did a very good job.

      Liked by 19 people

      • PinotNoir says:

        Good news is the military always seems to grow another crop of capable patriots.

        Liked by 13 people

      • Elizabeth Raynor Short says:

        All the hussein flag officers should be given their civilian papers as well as every resistance bureaucrat in DOD. O’Neil is exactly right.

        Liked by 18 people

        • Yy4u says:

          My guess is if President Trump is reelected in 2020, Jan 2121 will be a giant flush of the swamp toilet…which will set off another round of impeachment inquiries. This bovine excitement will end only if the ersatz Repubs take back the House and hold the Senate. The American Bolsheviks are no different than their Russian counterparts, only in the sense of 100 years have passed. Rent “Dr Zhivago” . The biggest difference between then and now us 100 years

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      • mopar2016 says:

        Bongo is the reason why we lagged behind when it comes to hypersonic weapons.
        Spencer is making himself look even worse by whining to the state run media.





        MAGA KAG

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  5. JohnCasper says:

    “D’oh…. Former Nav.Sec. Spencer says “we have to have order and discipline”, as he exits after being fired for breaking the chain of command.”

    He has to destroy order and discipline in order to save order and discipline. As Bugs Bunny would say, “What a Maroon!”

    Liked by 25 people

  6. AvengerDave says:

    I’ll put it this way. When the incident involving Operator Chief Gallagher became visible to the press it became political. Usually the offense in question is investigated and a decision of corrective action is suggested. The accused is then offered the recommended action or can choose a court martial. If the incident is embarrassing to the service or Higher Command makes it known the case may go straight to Courts Martial. Chief Gallagher probably rejected the proposed action and pissed off the Higher Command and this became an “Example” case.
    Thank you Pres. Trump for your intervention. A previous administration removed most of the dirty boots warriors and put many activists in their place. House cleaning must be done to put the barracks in order.

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    • Sunshine says:

      Great comment.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Sunshine says:

      May I add it was very satisfying to see him leave without his limo waiting for him. He’ll miss the limo. Better get used to that little white car. The ultimate humiliation for him.

      Liked by 9 people

    • Republicanvet91 says:

      Well, that is dependent on the incident. With Haditha, there was a native “human rights” clown there who got video of part of the aftermath of the fight. The incident was investigated and found to be justified shortly after it happened. The native kept showing the video around until the press got it, specifically Time magazine, and everything blew up from there. It was made worse by a Pentagon swamp rat that was unnamed. It was nothing more than a way to smear the military action taken by Bush, and those sent to take that action.

      Contrast that with the “incident” involving Bradley Manning, who has been lauded by the left for years as a hero, and who should have never have seen the light of day again.

      What happened to Gallagher makes me think he made someone’s feelings hurt, and that someone’s ego could not handle it.

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    • Rynn69 says:

      “House cleaning must be done to put the barracks in order.”

      That means that PDJT does not have the right people in place at the upper levels. After three years, that is what your statement means and what must be done to correct it.

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  7. Garavaglia says:

    When it comes to battle..who do you want by your side..the footsoldier…or the suit?

    Liked by 16 people

  8. Bill_M says:

    We now have a Commander-in-Chief who is really a commander. He saw nonsense and ordered it stopped. There were times I wished I had the power to do exactly that. Go President Trump.

    Liked by 16 people

    • YY4U says:

      The CiC protected a petty officer while admirals and cabinet members are trying to destroy him. This should tell us all we need to know about who’s who in the zoo.

      Liked by 5 people

  9. Erik Heter says:

    I’m so glad I was in the Navy when we didn’t have idiots like Spencer as SECNAV. What an absolute, non-self aware clown. Glad he’s gone. Now go get Adm. Green, and take a star from him for good measure. And go medieval on the JAG Corps in all services, gawd what a disgrace they are.

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  10. bessie2003 says:

    He nailed it when he said, about the heads at the Pentagon, “it’s almost like they are hashtag resist people”.

    Good interview!

    Liked by 10 people

  11. Boots says:

    D’oh…. Former Nav.Sec. Spencer says “we have to have order and discipline”, as he exits after being fired for breaking the chain of command.

    He can’t even see it… he can’t even hear himself saying it… he’s oblivious to it…. Go figure…

    SD nails it. In the 10 ring. Good shot.

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  12. annieoakley says:

    Barrack Obama wanted ISIS to win. Apparently some people in the Military and Civilians related to the military still think he is in charge.

    Liked by 4 people

  13. hokkoda says:

    It’s stuff like this which makes you realize why totalitarian leaders like Stalin purged their governments when they seized power. They knew the government would contain a 5th Column intent on their destruction. It’s why, for example, Obama fired so many flag officers. He needed those voices purged…the new-fangled sort of purge where you fire not murder them.

    It’s why Trump’s biggest mistake was also his first mistake. Instead of that Executive Order travel ban, his first move should have been to fire every political appointee in every department at every level. Just a wholesale pink-slip of “the resistance” followed by total declassification of the most controversial stories of the Obama years – such as what was really going on in Benghazi that got the Ambassador murdered and why Obama and McCain covered it up.

    The 5th Column “resistance” has revealed a cancer in our government that must be excised.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Republicanvet91 says:

      The firing of every political appointee would have made it clear to McConnell that he needed to help get many POTUS appointees in place quickly rather than this obstruction crap he has been pulling.

      Liked by 2 people

      • GB Bari says:

        McConnell would not have moved any faster. He had/has no incentive to help the President drain the Swamp.

        McConnell IS the Swamp. He only “helps” the President when it benefits McConnell and McConnell’s Globalist paymasters.

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      • hokkoda says:

        Nah, I just believe in the old aphorism, “When you’re up to your ass in alligators, it’s hard to remember that your original objective was to drain the swamp.” D.C. needs more dead alligators, and if you do a mass culling all at once instead of one at a time, you make it harder for people to isolate the firings and contest them. McConnell would still slow things up, but POTUS has shown that he can still get things done with a lot less people than D.C. typically thinks it needs.

        It’s like that report a couple years ago that Trump hadn’t staffed the “Climate Adviser” office in the White House. How can the country go on living without a “Climate Adviser” in the WH?! Apparently…just fine!

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  14. Harlan says:

    This b.s. of bringing a Seal up on charges for taking a photo with a dead terrorist is hogwash. What? Are our military “brass” afraid we are going to offend the still living, breathing terrorists?

    I say, you kill ’em…you get the souvenir.

    Liked by 8 people

    • DJ says:

      Well, I guess I think it was in “poor taste”, but the “punishment” should have been simply his CO telling him, “You’re not going to do that again, now get back out there and kick more @ss”.

      Liked by 2 people

    • I know what you mean Harlan.

      This good soldier who is out there killing the bad guys for us is brought up on charges for something like this?!

      A soldier who is out there doing the down and dirty business of killing nasty bad guys who would love to capture an torture him, cut his head off or set him on fire just for fun.

      So he takes a souvenir photo of an dead enemy who wants to really hurt each and every one of us if they could get over here and THIS gets the military all hot and bothered.

      Really glad this loser Spencer is gone.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Linda K. says:

      I say, we put him there and told him it was important to fight this foreign war. They are our boys . We trained them for this job. If they are killers, that is what we expect them to be. I don’t know why he wanted the picture, but as I said, we put him there and he has to live with his experiences as a soldier. He deserves our support.

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  15. Have Gun Will Travel says:

    Thank you President Trump for standing behind the warriors and ridding us of at least one pompous, pentagon bureaucrat.

    Liked by 7 people

  16. jeans2nd says:

    There is so very much more to CPO Gallagher’s case than any of these people are articulating.
    The bottom line is – none of them know a dam thing!

    Larry O’Conner has been following this case from the start. As such, Larry O’Conner got the interview with CPO Gallgher’s attorney.
    The sheet going on behind this case – CPOGate – is the same as RussiaGate/SpyGate.
    Exactly the same.

    First, all Pres Trump did was to restore CPO Gallagher’s rank. Everything – EVERYTHING – else remained the same. Nothing changed. Only CPO Gallgher’s rank was restored.

    Second – NCIS used Navy Counterintellegence to obtain warrants to eavesdrop (SPY) on all CPO Gallagher’s attorneys and a journalist – phone calls, emails, the works. NCIS then used the Navy Counterintelligence information to build a criminal case.

    Starting to sound familiar?????

    Third – the case summaries did not match the facts attached to the case. Admiral Green read the summaries and ignored (did not read) the facts.

    Having deja vu yet?????

    Pres Trump had his people read the details, found out about the spying etc etc etc,, and restored CPO Gallgher’s rank and thus his pension.

    The only part that was correct came from CPO Gallagher’s interview this past weekend – it was all politics.

    Now ask yourself – why did Pres Trump restore CPO Gallgher’s rank?
    And then you’ll know why we love this President.

    There is much much more. CPO Gallagher lost much more than what anyone is acknowledging.
    Listen for yourself –
    Timothy Parlatore on The Larry O’Connor Show 11.25.19
    https://omny.fm/shows/the-larry-o-connor-show/timothy-parlatore-on-the-larry-oconnor-show-11-25

    Lt Col Tony Shaffer on The Larry O’Connor Show 11.25.19
    https://omny.fm/shows/the-larry-o-connor-show/lt-col-tony-shaffer-on-the-larry-oconnor-show-11-2

    Liked by 12 people

    • uptothere says:

      JAG corps and NCIS must be proud of their shabby performance.

      Liked by 3 people

    • hawkins6 says:

      jeans2nd—Excellent presentation of many unknown (to me) facts and informed opinions.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Cow wow says:

      TY jeans. We needed to know these facts!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Thank your for this information jeans2nd.

      The audio clips from the Larry O Connor show were quite an eye opener to me.

      I was not following the Eddie Gallagher trial and not familiar with his case of why or what he was exactly charged with.

      After listening to these two clips I wonder who had it in for this poor guy.

      He was found ” not guilty” on all of the charges but one, the one of taking a photo of the dead terrorist.

      But amazingly the WHOLE platoon took the photo with the dead guy but Eddie Gallagher was the only one charged.

      And for this Gallagher loses his pension.

      Just amazing.

      Pres Trump needs to fire a whole lot more military personnel than just that creepy SecNav Spencer.

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      • Conservative_302 says:

        After reading and crying through the book, War, and the documentary about the Korengal valley, I am shocked that their isn’t more leeway given to officers fighting in a war zone. The picture which I imagine was some kind of trophy for the men, which to a civilian seems a little creepy, was probably something they thought they needed at the time. I can see why the would want it. A photo is not that far out there It’s concerning how the military had it in Eddie. They went after him before Trump was in the picture. Thank God Trump had Eddie’s back and followed thus through to the end. Trump is a true commander and chief.

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  17. Gary Lacey says:

    Curious why a military person can’t grasp the concept of”Commander-in-Chief” and the chain of command?!

    Liked by 6 people

  18. The chairman of the joint chiefs and acting Secretary of Defense were lobbying the President to allow the Trident hearing to go on. As I stated elsewhere on this blog, that is not a good sign. We need to replace them from the top down.

    Liked by 10 people

    • Child of Morning says:

      I assume that PT would prefer not to tangle with the military swamp just yet. It is far wider (RINOs) and deeper ($$$$) than the civilian swamp, yet more easily tamed. The civilian swamp needs some further draining first.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Republicanvet91 says:

      Esper said he did not know Spencer went to the WH with his list of demands until last Friday.
      It makes me think Esper also either did not know the details regarding Gallagher, and/or may have only accepted what he was told….likely by Spencer.
      I got the impression from Esper’s comments he was rather PO’d about what Spencer did when he found out the details from the WH. Almost as if he realized how BS had been shoveled his way by Spencer. With the way Spencer has been whining from his resignation letter to today in the media, I can believe Spencer shoveled a lot of bull.

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  19. Elle says:

    Interesting interview…really great….but…..who did that poor woman’s makeup? Yikes!! Severe budget cuts at Fox? Unless that was O’Neill in photo, then time to update the stock footage. I think the reason she kept interrupting him is because she was embarrassed by her makeup and could not get it over soon enough.

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  20. Chimpy says:

    Hit the road, Richard Spencer, ya dope. What a corrupt idiot.

    Keep rooting out these losers, Mr. President. It’s a big reason why you were hired for the job. Good work.

    On a similar note, but in the civilian world, I am looking forward to even more FBI and DOJ corrupt idiot losers being shown the exit door (and being held accountable in court of law, hopefully).

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  21. Fools Gold says:

    Any real warrior would love to have Seal O’Neal as his battle buddy or Staff Sargent! One thing is for sure, the warriors wouldn’t have worry about not getting home and be sure his buddy is Patriot!

    P.S. Having spent 35 years and retiring from the largest defense contractor I can definitely relate to his many tiers management systems. They wouldn’t exist without the folks getting the jobs done perfectly! President Trump knows this more than vast majority in DC hence you’re fired Sec Spencer, next?

    Also resurgence of ISIS is brilliant. First Trump runs them out killing many in the process 2) then washes and repeats killing more ISIS…🤔 Brillant!

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  22. Betty says:

    Hunter Biden was allowed to join the Navel Reserve at Norfolk VA even though he was too old and had a drug problem. Hunter didn’t last out the year, he got caught twice with cocaine.

    Now we see the Navel mentality that allowed that on display and the “democratness” of it leaves a normal person dumb-founded.

    President Trump pardoned a Navy Seal the Good Order and Discipline guy wanted punished. Good Order and Discipline guy’s nose went out of joint, so he tried to demonstrate his power by sending, as Seal Oneill says, a shot across the President of the United States bow.
    He wanted to drag the Presidentially Pardoned Seal before a review board and punish him anyway.
    President Trump told Good Order and Discipline guy to forget it and get back to business.

    So to try and save his face, the Good Order and Discipline guy disregards his chain of command and offers the stupidest deal I ever heard of to the the President.

    Good Order and Discipline guy says to POTUS:
    I know you don’t want me to be humiliated in public so if you just announce to the world that I’ve backed you down, I will rig the outcome of the Review and let the Presidentially Pardoned Seal keep his trident.
    I’ll all be good, he says, the Seal will get to keep his trident like you wanted, and I will appear to be superior to the Commander in Chief, and the rest of the Seals watching all this – well they are too dumb to figure out what we pulled anyway.

    He offered this deal the the man who has been plagued by back stabbing, two faced, weaklings, who have way too high an opinion of them selves since the day
    he came down that golden escalator.

    And as an aside, now we know how Humper Biden got his sweetheart deal with the Navel Reserve that meant nothing to him. Shame on you U,S, Navy and on you too Joint Chiefs of Staff Officers.

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  23. hawkins6 says:

    Rob O’Neill served his nation in the military with incredible courage, skill and distinction and is now doing the same in civilian life but against a different enemy.

    Harris Faulkner is a competent host and is not an anti-Trumper or a Dem stooge as far as I know, but she did what all FNC Hosts are required to do. Show video clips of irritating biased Dems criticizing or smearing POTUS and then they make their guest present a counter argument to the Dem political hit jobs.

    The interview would have been far more informative if Harris and had just let Rob state his opinion of P Trump’s actions and those of Spencer etc and ignored the spin and baloney on the left–with minimal interruption of her guest.

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  24. TreeperInTraining says:

    Wait until the Commander in Chief finds out what Trump is doing!

    Liked by 1 person

  25. wtd says:

    “Ousted Navy Secretary Richard Spencer tells @CBSDavidMartin Pres. Trump does not understand the “full definition of a war fighter”

    Where was Richard Spencer’s concern during the previous occupant of the oval office’s comprehension of the definition of ‘war fighter’?:

    Dramatic video shows ten American sailors on their knees as they surrender to Iranian troops while their commander APOLOGIZES for trespassing in the Persian Gulf

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  26. RLTW says:

    “The full definition of a warfighter” is a man who has worn the uniform, carried a rifle and fired at least one shot in anger at the enemy during his career.

    Spencer never did that, nor did Mad Dog the FRAUD Mattis. Nor have most of our General Officers or DOD bureaucrats.

    Gallagher and Golsteyn set the standard for “warfighter” not Spencer, Mattis, Green or anyone else from the self-licking ice cream cone DC cocktail circuit.

    Piece of advice for Spencer and his ilk:

    President Trump is loyal to us. Keep up your openly Treasonous actions and your vocal support of overthrowing President Trump with your Op-Ed’s in the NYT, Admiral McCraven. Which way do you think those 416s are going to be pointed once you get what you are begging for?

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  27. Free Speech says:

    Haven’t watched Harris Falkner in a while. Didn’t realize she’d transformed into Chris Wallace 2.0.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. Republicanvet91 says:

    Good order and discipline. According to Spencer, that means holding a Schiff-like review board where the outcome is predetermined.

    Liked by 2 people

  29. Fools Gold says:

    I’d gladly watch Seal O’Neil put a little dicipline on Sec. Spencer right between his little kickback gonads.

    Liked by 1 person

  30. Please, please, please, President Trump…fire 90% of the federal workforce, leaving only our fighting troops and border patrol left as federal employees, as well as a few people to collect tariffs from China and the EU. Everyone else is expendable. Give the remainder of the power back to the states.

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  31. Bendix says:

    Didn’t Donald Trump attend a thing called “military school”?

    Liked by 2 people

  32. USA First! says:

    Why isn’t anybody talking about getting rid of Admiral Green? He challenge the president he needs to be removed ASAP!

    Liked by 1 person

  33. Rynn69 says:

    What is becoming more clear every day is how prior Presidents have capitulated power via poor leadership allowing subordinates to 1) cultivate inflated ideas of their own self-importance; 2) overstep their authority and defy structural chain-of-command with outright insubordination; and 3) perpetuate a complete lack of understanding at the core of our country — the United States is a Republic represented by the people by which the President is the only elected official of the executive branch. He is the Boss.

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  34. GP says:

    If you’d like a “behind the scenes. inside story” on flag officers, go to YouTube and type in Kay Griggs. Kay was married to one.

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  35. Conservative_302 says:

    Trump is very good at exposing evil in our government. God bless him! He keeps exposing the prideful, selfish and stupid. From now on, it’s Trumps show. I am so thankful to God for giving us Trump.

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  36. bullseye500yards says:

    President Trump hurt their little feelings over at the Pentagon.

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  37. Doc Paul Blake says:

    President Trump is the Commander in Chief and “THE” Chain of Command, he made “THE” Decision about Chief Gallager, “Case Closed!” Keep your mouth shut; “IT” is over because that is the Military Way!

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