Medal Of Honor Recipient says Vindman couldn't be trusted, peers wanted him out
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This video shows Medal of Honor recipient MSG Leroy Petry supporting Donald Trump's firing of LTC Alexander Vindman. Petry suggests that Vindman could not be trusted and his own peers wanted him out.
This took place during an interview with Fox & Friends:
“I respect Donald Trump’s actions on escorting him out of the White House because he, as a team player, he should have brought it up through the chain of command and then blown the whistle if it didn’t get approved,” Petry began. “So, exactly my insight is, I would fired him too, I can’t trust you on my team, if you can’t bring me things you don’t agree with.” (Daily Caller)
Later in the interview, it was stated:
Hegseth jumped back in then to “translate” some of the military jargon Petry had used to describe Vindman, saying, “Chow thief, meaning that when there is limited food, you’re taking some so you can have some and your buddies don’t. Spotlight ranger is someone who, when the spotlight is on, you do a great job when spotlight is off, you’re not necessarily helping your buddies. And peered out means your fellow peers are voting against you to graduate from that particular school.” (Daily Caller)