Greene’s Air Force records should carry no real surprises

H’mmm … According to his service records:
” … an overall inability to clearly express his thoughts and perform basic tasks …”
Y’all probably noticed this first deficiency in his occasional interviews; I don’t think I need to say more here. He demonstrates this every time he opens his mouth.
This is according to the Post & Courier:

Greene’s Air Force records damaging + documents:

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Surprise U.S. Senate nominee Alvin Greene frequently mentions his 13 years of military service, but records obtained Thursday by The Associated Press show the veteran who has called himself an ‘American hero’ was considered a lackluster service member at best.

The records, which document his superiors’ decisions to pass over Greene for promotion, cite mistakes as severe as improperly uploading sensitive intelligence information to a military server, and as basic as an overall inability to clearly express his thoughts and perform basic tasks.

Greene, 32, won a surprise victory in the June 8 Democratic primary. Greene handily defeated Vic Rawl, a former lawmaker and judge who had been expected to easily win by the party establishment.”

Gonna be a fun campaign, yes?

Author: Eric Pulsifer

Eric Pulsifer is a veteran wordsmith with experience as a journalist, editor, musician, and freelance writer.

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