More than 120 retired U.S. generals questioned the credibility of the outcome of the 2020 U.S. presidential election and the mental and physical condition of elected leader Joe Biden. The military’s open letter was published May 12 on Flag Officers 4 America.
“The mental and physical condition of Commander-in-Chief [of the U.S. Armed Forces Joe Biden] cannot be ignored. He must be able to make accurate national security decisions quickly, including life and health, anywhere, day or night,” reads the text of the letter, which was signed by 124 former admirals and generals.
In addition, the authors of the letter raised the issue of falsification of the results of the 2020 elections. In their opinion, there were violations during the expression of the will of the citizens.
“Without honest and fair elections that accurately reflect the will of the people, our constitutional republic is lost <...>. The FBI and Supreme Court must act quickly when election irregularities surface and not ignore them as they did in 2020,” the letter said.
The retired servicemembers also pointed out that the new U.S. administration has “launched a full-scale attack on the constitutional rights of American citizens in dictatorial fashion, quickly signing more than 50 executive orders bypassing Congress, many of which override the previous administration’s effective policies.”
The letter’s authors urged compatriots to support politicians who oppose socialism, Marxism, and progressivism and to focus on all Americans, especially the middle class, rather than groups promoting their interests in domestic policy making.
In late March, Biden used “cheat sheets” at a briefing detailing key policy points and the personalities of the journalists present. It also became known then that Biden had forgotten who he was addressing during his speech. His aide demanded that the journalists finish talking to the president.
On March 19, it was reported that Biden stumbled and fell several times as he was climbing the steps of the number one flight before leaving for Georgia. The White House attributed the politician’s fall to high winds.