"...do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic..."

"For the good of the Air Force, for the good of the armed services and for the good of our country, I urge you to reject convention and careerism..."
- Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, Maxwell AFB, April 21, 2008

"You will need to challenge conventional wisdom and call things like you see them to subordinates and superiors alike."
- Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, United States Air Force Academy, March 4, 2011

Tuesday, August 29, 2023

Lieutenant Colonel Jason P. Williams Taps Out After Being Pwned Man


Lt Col Jason P. Williams (who ironically goes by Pawnman online) has tapped out of a discussion after being taken to task for his previous pro-mandate stance for military folks and for rabidly expressing his desire to punish those who refused the vaccine.  Strangely, despite being such a friend to Big Pharma, Williams does not seem to want to swallow his medicine.

More than a decade ago I tangled with Williams online over his vociferous support for the United States military being used to assassinate American citizens absent charge or trial.  It was then that I knew he had no respect for our Constitution or for our rule of law.

More recently, I discussed his ties to Antifa operatives.

Surprisingly, before he recently tapped out of the mandate discussion, the back seater made an appeal to "Integrity first, unless it's something I don't want to do..."  An odd statement for him to make given how he tried to convince his wife to lie to the military so that he could get more cats than allowed into base housing.  Meow.

Williams shows the wisdom of the quote attributed to Frederick Douglas, that it is easier to raise strong children than to repair broken men.  He demonstrates that no amount of debate, discussion, illumination or education can fix character flaw and the insecurity that leads to the thirst to subjugate others.

Conversation quoted for posterity:

And from the Wayback Machine...

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