Proving yet again that he doesn’t actually possess a brain, former New York City mayor and erstwhile personal attorney to failed, one-term former President Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, is now suggesting that a new book has him fearful that the U.S. military may attack white supremacists for the purpose of starting a war.
The book in question — Peril, written by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa — reports that Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley took control of the U.S. nuclear arsenal out of Trump’s hands and that he assured officials in China he would not allow Trump to launch nuclear weapons at them during his final days in office.
That led Giuliani to tell Steve Bannon on Real America’s Voice:
It’s totally absurd? Not when it comes to a man as mentally unstable as Donald Trump, who incited a crowd to storm the Capitol and attack police officers who were guarding the building. A man that deranged is capable of anything.
Rudy then called for Milley to be dismissed:
Why does Milley have to go? That’s when Giuliani sounded like he’d been day drinking again:
Oh, and Rudy also wanted us all to know that Trump had every right to start a war with China for whatever reason he chose:
So a military commander is supposed to follow any order he’s given by a president, even if it’s an unlawful one? That’s complete nonsense.
Gen. Milley is an American hero and deserves our thanks for holding Trump in check during the last days of the administration.