Retired U.S. Army general addresses ongoing culture war

Retired U.S. Army general addresses ongoing culture war

Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely joins host Chris Carter of UNTO THE BREACH to discuss “Invisible Treason”

“These people are evil, they’ve got to be replaced, and many of them should go to prison,” says Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely, former deputy commanding general of U.S. Army Pacific and founder of the Stand Up America US Project. Vallely leveled charges of treason at Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, CIA Director John Brennan, Gen. Mark Milley, and Anthony Fauci during a recent appearance on the Unto the Breach podcast.

A traitor is an American citizen who betrays their allegiance by either actively waging war against the United States or purposefully giving aid and comfort to an enemy. Treason was such a heinous offense to the founding fathers that it is the only crime they wrote into the Constitution. And to veterans like Vallely who not only swore an oath to support and defend the Constitution, but risked their lives fighting America’s enemies, there is nothing worse than calling someone a traitor.
Vallely served two tours in Vietnam

Gen. Vallely also singled out big city officials who stand by while criminals run rampant in our big cities. “Why aren’t these district attorneys and mayors being arrested? They let these criminals back out on the street. So what they are doing is incentivizing crime, and if you participate in that you’re guilty of a crime. They have not abided by their oath of office, are politically motivated, and should be arrested. To me, they are conducting treason as well.”

For more check out the Unto the Breach podcast and check out Gen. Vallely’s book INVISIBLE TREASON IN AMERICA at or wherever books are sold.