LT Alex Stovall, an Army Reserve officer and Trumpian GOP candidate for Congress from Arizona, seems pretty confident that he is going to be completely exonerated for his numerous military regulation violations, telling One America News (OAN) in an interview last Friday that the Army Reserve’s investigation into his political activities would end up being no big deal, haughtily saying of the general who will sign off on the investigation’s results:
“I was actually part of the unit that she was a part of overseas, so we share that rapport, so I don’t anticipate her trying to do anything that would harm or defamate [give me made-up words for $800, Alex] my character.”
Friday’s OAN interview of 1LT Stovall deceptively focused on only one incident — 1LT Stovall’s previous OAN interview in which he had appeared in uniform — leading OAN viewers to think that this was all that he was being investigated for.
But that one incident was just the tip of the iceberg in 1LT Stovall’s long list of military regulation violations. In fact, his other violations of both regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) — the violations that prompted the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) to write a letter to Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin in May and to send several subsequent emails to the Army Reserve Command detailing further violations were far more serious.
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