By: Brian Evans
Highly decorated and veteran Navy Seal Eddie Gallagher is a patriot who has served 19 years in the US Navy, which entailed his commitment to 8 tours of duty, and six of those he served as an elite special forces operator. In addition, Gallagher was ranked as the top SEAL chief and his platoon ranked as the top SEAL platoon. However, due to the hate-driven Obama-era prosecutors, Gallagher has had his rank stripped, and reduced to an E6 paygrade, which costs him more than $200k in retirement benefits, thousands in pay, and a fine of $2,697 per month for four months, because of a picture of him with a dead ISIS soldier, who had killed American soldiers!
In July, a jury found Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher not guilty of war crimes, which he was later cleared of, but the jury still reduced his rank, and gave him a pay cut!
Navy SEAL SOC Eddie Gallagher
Fox News reported a few weeks ago, just before President Trump pardoned him that…
The Navy on Tuesday upheld the sentence of decorated Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher for posing with the body of an Islamic State (ISIS) captive in Iraq in 2017.
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Gilday made the decision after carefully reviewing the trial transcripts and the clemency request by Gallagher’s lawyers, Cmdr. Nate Christensen, Gilday’s spokesman, said in a statement. The decision was first reported by the online military publication Task & Purpose.
Gallagher’s sentence had stipulated his rank be reduced to a 1st class petty officer from chief petty officer, a reduction which will cost him up to $200,000 in retirement funds. A jury also sentenced the SEAL to pay $2,697 per month for four months.
Under Navy law, Gallagher could have had his rank reduced from chief petty officer to the most junior enlisted sailor because of the time he served in custody, but Gilday opted not to impose that punishment.
The Navy denied a request for clemency and upheld a sentence to reduce the rank of decorated Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher for posing with a corpse of an ISIS terrorist, which seems to be the new norm, as the Navy has become increasingly This is how the Navy repays a warrior who dedicated almost two decades of his life to serving his country, as they penalize a soldier that they taught to fight against the infidel!
Fortunately, we have President Trump, to rectify their wrongs, and to support our men and women in uniform, who put their lives on hold, to serve and potentially die, to protect all the things that we as Americans truly hold dear!