The Pentagon—Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly was disturbed to see the plague-ridden sailors of the USS Theodore Roosevelt cheering for the Captain he recently dismissed. The disturbing footage below (viewer discretion is advised) revealed a fighting force entirely subsumed by the mental illness of thinking that the disgraced O-6 was somehow a good leader. (Which is why they will never be leaders themselves.)
Modly had said Wednesday that the fact that the sailors chanted their admiration for the captain “would absolutely not result in any type of retaliation,” adding that it was “what we want our enlisted to be able to do, though it proves that their meager minds are entirely addled by the novel coronavirus.”
But on Sunday, Modly, who was named acting navy secretary after Richard Spencer was forced out as the Navy’s top civilian late last year, said the “sick enlisted” had shown “poor judgment” by loving their commanding officer.
“I could reach no other conclusion than that the enlisted peons had allowed the complexity of this challenge with the firing of that moron Crozier to overwhelm their ability to act professionally, when acting professionally was what was needed most at the time,” Modly told reporters at the Pentagon. “It creates a bad look for us, and it creates the perception that the Navy is not on the job, the government’s not on the job, and it’s just not true.”
“Courage, integrity, and taking care of each other, those are values that must come last in our nation’s fighting forces. Well, actually, speaking truth to power comes dead last, which this was. So obviously, we’ve dishonorably discharged all of those mongrels. Their free healthcare is immediately terminated, too,” Modly said. “We’ll see how much they like their Coronavirus King Crozier now.”
Modly took no questions about the sackings, as it was “feeding time on new, virgin blood, which knows not yet the taste of evil,” and he could not be delayed.