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Navy SEAL Who Killed Bin Laden Throws Supports Behind Trump’s Decision To Restore Eddie Gallagher’s Rank

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The Navy SEAL who is credited with filling radical Islamic terrorist Osama bin Laden full of hot lead has thrown his support behind President Trump’s decision to restore the rank of Eddie Gallagher, a fellow SEAL, who received a demotion after posing for a photo with the corpse of an Iraqi civilian.

Robert O’Neil also went on the warpath against “whiny” Pentagon officials for criticizing Trump for getting involved in the Gallagher matter to begin with.

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“Everyone knows Gallagher will always be a SEAL… they’ll never be able to take that away from him,” O’Neill told The Washington Examiner. “It’s a special designation. SEALs go through the hardest training in the world … basically beating you up. It turns you into a special warrior.”

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O’Neill also ripped the Navy for its “ridiculous” rules of engagement. “I’ve been saying it for a while now,” he said. “These current rules of engagement are going to get somebody killed.”

Gallagher has been awarded two Bronze Stars with V for valor and also sports the highly prized Trident pin, which signifies his membership into the country’s most elite SEAL unit. Gallagher was upset about the Navy trying to take back the pin.

“This is all about ego and retaliation,” Gallagher told Fox News. “This has nothing to do with good order and discipline. They could have taken my Trident at any time they wanted.”

Trump has ordered that Gallagher be allowed to keep the Trident pin, thus allowing him to retire as a SEAL.

Gallagher was acquitted of murder involving the stabbing death of an ISIS militant captive, though he was convicted for the picture that was snapped of him posing with the corpse. He received his demotion after the conviction.

President Trump has since pardoned Gallagher.

“I think what I’m doing is sticking up for our armed forces. And there’s never been a president that’s going to stick up for them and has like I have,” Trump told the media on Monday. “I will stick up for the warriors.”

Along with pardoning Gallagher and restoring his rank, Trump also fired Navy Secretary Richard Spencer last Friday after he publicly disagreed with the president getting involved.

Spencer said the following in a letter he penned following his being fired:

“I no longer share the same understanding with the Commander in Chief who appointed me, in regards to the key principles of good order and discipline. I hereby acknowledge my termination as United States Secretary of the Navy.”

Gallagher is set to retire from active duty and will not participate in the review board over his conduct from 2017 while on deployment.

O’Neill went on to say of Gallagher, “He’s a great guy. He’s a poster image of what a SEAL should be. I’d go to war with him tomorrow.”

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Atlanta Police Officer Posts Amazing Viral Video Slamming Left-Wing, Anti-Cop Attitudes

“I am tired,” officer Kevin Dingle explained in a visit with ‘Fox & Friends’ on Tuesday after his video went viral

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“I am tired,” officer Kevin Dingle explained in a visit with Fox & Friends on Tuesday. His appearance came after his viral video in which he slammed anti-cop leftists. In his video, Maj. Kelvin Dingle — operation commander at the Morehouse School of Medicine Department of Public Safety in Atlanta — slammed those who constantly attack the left. “I wake up every morning and kiss my family goodbye, knowing that there’s a possibility I won’t come home,” Dingle said as he recorded his video in his car. “I am tired of every time I wake up in the morning there’s someone else polarizing the fact that maybe law enforcement is just not a good thing! All of us are not bad! I am not as they are! Most of us are not! There are bad people in every career! I’m so goddamn tired! Tired! Tired!” He ends up whispering: “I’m so tired. I give everything. I give everything! I’m tired.” https://twitter.com/stillgray/status/1388692295575244800 The original TikTok video earned more than 1.6 million views as of Wednesday. In his visit with Fox & Friends, officer Dingle said that hate for the police was not always this bad. “And that day, I just, honestly, had enough,” Dingle said. “My heart was broken because of the things that I saw in just traveling home to my family, and it wasn’t always that way.” H added that motorists on the road are often “frowning at me. He added, “People are purposely doing things to get my attention. They’re flipping me off.” “This is something new,” he continued. “It’s a new attitude.” Dingle confessed that “it’s really heartbreaking to me. When I got in law enforcement 20 years ago, it was not that way. In the last two years or so, law enforcement has really, really been…

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Seattle Residents Alarmed as Night Sky Fills with Mysterious Lights

All this ahead of a July 1st ‘disclosure’ date for the federal government.

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It seems that, little by little, the human race is coming closer to learning the truth behind the UFO phenomenon. The US government itself will be forced to give up some of their secrets in just a few weeks, when an addendum added to the most recent COVID-19 relief bill stipulated that our intelligence agencies release what they know on the subject by July 1st. While that cache of materials will likely be an increase read, there are still plenty of unexplained things going on around the country. Stargazers in the Pacific Northwest were left puzzled by another mysterious light show that illuminated the sky on Tuesday night. Residents in the Seattle-area posted video on social media that showed lights streaking across the sky shortly after 9 p.m. “Anyone know what I’m looking at flying by in the sky tonight? #ufo #seattle,” one Twitter user wrote, along with a video of passing lights. Another person said on Twitter: “Um, someone want to explain this line of lights that just streaked across the Seattle sky? #ufo” But, alas, there appeared to be a perfectly logical explanation. But the National Weather Service’s Seattle office tweeted that the lights appear to be linked to an earlier SpaceX satellite launch out of the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. I suppose we’ll just have to wait until July 1st to get the goods.

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