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Ohio Army National Guard chaplain accused Joint Chiefs of seditionCOLUMBUS, Ohio (Tribune News Service) — In a Facebook post, a chaplain and lieutenant in the Ohio Army National Guard called a letter from the Joint Chiefs of Staff “seditious.”
Now the soldier may face scrutiny himself from the military for his remarks.
Chris Boyd, of Montpelier in northwest Ohio, posted a letter sent by the Joint Chiefs of Staff on Jan. 12 on his Facebook page and called the letter “deceptively seditious," according to screenshots provided by the Military Religious Freedom Foundation. He added that the Joint Chiefs are scared or “in bed with the left.”
The letter from the Joint Chiefs of Staff reminds those in the armed forces that they support and defend the Constitution following the Capitol riot. It also mentions that President Joe Biden will become their commander in chief.
Boyd also wrote that "democrats (sic) ruin everything. They steal your money. They steal our election. They murder children."
In another post, Boyd wrote that he thinks the insurrection at the Capitol on Jan. 6 was done by "leftist politicians" who were "imitating what they think represents republicans (sic)."
The Military Religious Freedom Foundation, a civil rights organization based in New Mexico but chartered in Washington, D.C., was alerted to Boyd’s posts by an anonymous Army captain, and on Friday afternoon sent a letter to Ohio Adjutant General John C. Harris asking for an investigation of Boyd.
“He’s accused the Joint Chiefs of Staff of seditious treason,” said Michael “Mikey” Weinstein, the founder and president of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation. “It’s unbelievable.”