Joe Biden is making sure his allies are rewarded.
Even bad job performances aren’t standing in the way now.
Joe Biden is about to give a Trump whistleblower the promotion of a lifetime.
Army Lt. Col. Yevgeny Vindman, brother of Alexander, was a star witness for Democrats during the first impeachment trial.
At the time, Vindman was the senior ethics official at the National Security Council, however his judgement was called into question by his superiors and he was sent back to the Pentagon.
The Trump administration stated that Vindman had an “unprofessional demeanor” and was unable “to differentiate between legal and policy decisions.”
White House Counsel’s office said regarding Vindman, that “on multiple occasions, his unprofessional demeanor made NSC staff feel uncomfortable,” and “would benefit from additional experience in a slower-paced work environment subject to less pressure and scrutiny … In time, he may become a better attorney.”
But despite his bad workplace review, now that Joe Biden is President he’s receiving a promotion.
This promotion comes as the Biden administration is making a huge push to make the military into a leftist institution.
Vindman went out of his way to thank the Biden administration while claiming his negative performance reviews were mere retaliation.
“I am deeply grateful for the trust and confidence the U.S. Army and the Judge Advocate General Corps have placed in me with selection for promotion to Colonel. They stood their ground despite intense pressure during the last Administration. I look forward to continuing my service to the U.S. Army and the Nation in positions of increasing responsibility,” Vindman said.
“The Department of Defense Inspector General will soon complete its investigation into the malfeasance of former White House officials, one of whom remains in a senior government position. I look forward to reviewing the report, which I hope will lead to accountability for those who retaliated against me for making lawful disclosures of misconduct,” he added.
“Thank you to the many fellow officers, Soldiers, friends, relations and all Americans of good will who supported me and my brother Lieutenant Colonel (ret) Alexander Vindman during this challenging period and throughout my career. My family and I also extend hearty congratulations to my fellow selectees for promotion to colonel,” he concluded.
Vindman’s brother Alexander retired from the military after testifying against Trump claiming “a campaign of bullying, intimidation, and retaliation.”
“Today I officially requested retirement from the US Army, an organization I love. My family and I look forward to the next chapter of our lives,” Vindman said in a July 8, 2020 tweet and that he has decided to focus on writing a memoir and getting a doctorate.
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