There is violence in the US elections. President Donald Trump casting doubts on the legitimacy of peaceful transfer of power.
Meanwhile, Pentagon leaders have sought in varying degrees to shelter the military from the president’s political battles. Army Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has been emphatic: Troops have no role in elections. His boss, Defense Secretary Mark Esper told Congress the military will adhere to the Constitution.
There is escalation of violence in the US polling station after the event when 14 men were arrested for domestic voilence.
Pentagon pays head and focuses on the point when they find that the military is participated in the elections by hook or by crook so they raised voice against it.
Rep. Elissa Slotkin, (D-Mich.), a member of the Armed Services Committee, said the arrests and Trump declining at the Sept. 29 debate to denounce white supremacists and continuing to raise questions about the integrity of the election increases the possibility of violence.
Courtesy: The USA today