Friday, September 14, 2018


Spenser Rapone, the communist cadet who wore a Che Guevara t-shirt at his West Point graduation, has reinvented himself as an anti war activist evangelizing for a communist revolution. Following separation from the military in June, the former U.S. Army 2nd Lieutenant has broken his silence, and moved to New York City to start a career as a Marxist commentator on a mission to recruit new comrades.

Using his hollow military service as a weapon of legitimacy, Rapone has launched a podcast called "Eyes Left" with a fellow anti war veteran by the name of Mike Prysner, who gained fame for producing Empire Files with his now fiancé, former RT-host Abby Martin. According to Rapone and his co-host the show is targeted toward recruiting active duty soldiers for an inter-military insurgency which could one day lead a coup against Constitutional governance in America. If the fact that Rapone's godless vision of violently enforced utopia was matured on the tax-payer's dime isn't enough to make your blood boil, the card carrying commie claims he exited the military with an honorable discharge, retaining both VA medical benefits and the Montgomery G.I. Bill. I've yet to hear back from the Department of Defense for confirmation of his claim, but based on the fact that he was not court-martialed and instead allowed to resign his commission without taking a dishonorable discharge, Rapone's term of service while enlisted as a private in the 1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, which was considered honorable, overwrites his "other-than-honorable" discharge for "actions unbecoming of an officer", and even potentially qualifies him for an official ceremonial funeral burial upon his death.

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