In a recent video, Marine Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller got the nation’s attention after he slammed the U.S. military for its withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Here’s the video link
On Sept. 27, a video of Marine Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller went viral in which he was blasting on the U.S. military’s leadership after their chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan – reports suggest.
Stu Scheller Sr., Stuart Scheller’s father, stated to Task & Purpose, “All our son did was ask the questions that everybody was asking themselves, but they were too scared to speak out loud,” he added that “He was asking for accountability. In fact, I think he even asked for an apology that we made mistakes, but they couldn’t do that, which is mind-blowing.”
Stuart Scheller became famous when he posted a video on Facebook blasting at the U.S. military regarding the withdrawal act and questioning their decisions on the affair during the ultimate evacuation efforts.
Stuart Scheller is expected to release more videos creating controversial statements and praise while revealing his rage for military leadership.
When he posted the video on social media, he immediately received orders from above to stop posting on social media for a while, which he completely ignored as he uploaded a post about the gag order.
It seems like the officer has realized that his post could have him thrown in the brig.
Stuart Scheller captioned his post, “What happens when all you do is speak the truth and no one wants to hear it. But they can probably stop listening because… I’m crazy… right?” and ended it by saying, “Col Emmel, please have the MPs waiting for me at 0800 on Monday. I’m ready for jail.”
A representative from the Training and Education Command revealed, Stuart Scheller is “currently in pre-trial confinement,” and “The time, date, and location of the proceedings have not been determined. Lt. Col. Scheller will be afforded all due process,”
Stuart Scheller’s father argued while defending his son saying, he was just asking for “accountability” from the U.S. military and added that “He’s asking for the same accountability that is expected of him and his men,”
The senior Stu Scheller made a public statement saying, “I’ve had Vietnam veterans contacting me applauding him for his courage because they too want to know: Was it all worth it? And by demanding accountability and honesty from his senior leaders, that’s all he was asking. And the way the Marine Corps dealt with it: They put him in jail.”