Last week, Trump’s Defense Department fired Captain Brett Crozier for writing a letter demanding help for crew members under his command who were stuck on a ship with a serious COVID-19 infection. (Apparently, if he wanted to keep his job he need to commit some war crimes.) Here’s why Crozier was desperate and angry:
The number of crewmembers on nuclear-powered aircraft carrier who have tested positive for the coronavirus has risen to 155, the Navy said on Saturday. The new numbers, which mark a 13% increase in 24 hours, were announced two days after the USS Theodore Roosevelt’s captain was fired.
We are being governed by unimaginably horrible people. But, hey, let’s keep focused on the real enemies, like progressive senators who say generic nice things about the Democratic presidential nominee.