Who are the war criminals now?
A navy seal stabs to death a prisoner of war and has a photo taken of himself with his "kill". His boss, the Sec'y of the Navy, concludes that such conduct is unbecoming of a US soldier and subjects the soldier to the military rule-of-law prosecution, which could have included life imprisonment. As the soldier "beats" the murderous war-crime rap, the Navy decides to strip the murderer of his badge of honor, The Trident award. Trump intervenes and "pardons" the war-criminal navy seal and instructs Sec'y of Defense Esper to fire the Sec'y of the Navy, Spencer, and suggests that the prosecutors in the case should be targeted for not doing their jobs!