US Air Force Does Not Want Trump Supporters



The government is watching what you do and who you support. They are first alerting military service members that their political alliance could jeopardize their futures. This will be common practice once digital IDs and corresponding social credit scores are implemented. The Air Force has alerted service members not to attend any rallies for Donald Trump if they want to remain in the military.

Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota sent out a threatening text, warning members that their “continued service” would be in question if they were seen attending a rally in support of the most popular candidate in the GOP. “Be careful,” the text warned. The text was sent ahead of the Dakota Patriot Rally run by Turning Point Action, an “alt-right organization.”

Those running the event completely disagree. “Tyler Bowyer was simply a keynote speaker. Secondly, Turning Point Action is not alt-right, it’s a mainstream conservative organization, and Tyler Bowyer is not some fringe personality—he’s the COO of TPAction, an RNC committeeman from the state of Arizona, and one of the most accomplished political organizers in the country,” the spokesperson told Fox News. “Lastly, Mr. Bowyer and attendees of this event are not ‘confrontational to military members,’ they’re some of the US Military’s most ardent supporters.”