Sean Spicer announces lawsuit after Biden tries to kick him off board

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President Joe Biden’s unprecedented, “partisan,” “wicked” move to oust Trump administration officials from the military academy boards they’d been appointed to by his predecessor is being met with fierce resistance from all affected parties.

Among those who were targeted is former Trump-era White House press secretary Sean Spicer.

“I’m not resigning, and I’m actually joining a lawsuit that says that they had no right to institute the stand-down that occurred,” Spicer announced during an appearance Thursday afternoon on New York AM radio station WABC’s “Bo Snerdley” program.

“This was unprecedented. This is a congressionally chartered academy board that they had no right to do that on,” he added.

He made the remarks to James Golden, aka “Bo Snerdley,” the former longtime producer for legendary but sadly deceased conservative show host Rush Limbaugh.

Golden now hosts his own eponymously named radio show — Limbaugh would no doubt be proud — on WABC. It airs weekday afternoons from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm, and Saturday mornings from 8:00 am to 10:00 am.

Listen to Spicer’s discussion with Golden below:

His announcement came a day after White House press secretary Jen Psaki insulted him and the other Trump appointees.

“I will let others evaluate whether they think Kellyanne Conway and Sean Spicer and others were qualified or not political, to serve on these boards,” she said during a briefing Wednesday.

“But the president’s qualification requirements are not your party registration. They are whether you’re qualified to serve and whether you are aligned with the values of this administration,” she added.

It’s not clear what “the values of his administration” are. Based on the administration’s behavior thus far, it’s presumed those values include racial essentialism, disdain for Gold Star families, disdain for Americans, disdain for the military, and of course disdain for the rule of law.

Responding to Psaki’s insult later that evening, Spicer bluntly said, “Don’t you dare ever minimize or question my service to this nation. You got it?”

The angry response took Golden by surprise.

“I was shocked this morning. I turned to BizPac Review. I get up very early, and I look and I see this headline about you. And the headline says, ‘Sean Spicer Goes Off On Psaki.’ … I said what the hell was this?” he explained on the radio Thursday.

“Because you are one of the most even-tempered, just nice guys. And so number one, I never equate you being angry. And we all saw you stand up and deal with these people who are so hostile, and you never lost their cool with them. Ever. So I looked at this and I was taken aback. So can you tell everyone what this is about?” he added.

Spicer responded by essentially saying that while he’s a nice guy, he doesn’t take rubbish standing.

“I tell you, if you go after my family or my integrity, I’ll come back at ya. … I  usually don’t openly talk about my military service, but I have 22 years in the military. I graduated the Naval War College. I served under five presidents. I never made politics part of my service at all,” he said.

“And not just me,” he added, in reference to all the other qualified appointees who’ve been targeted for ouster.

“And so to have Jen Psaki go up there and talk about our qualifications? I don’t ever question someone’s commitment or how they want to serve this country … but don’t you dare question my experience or my qualifications to service,” he continued.

“And you know what? not one of those weasels in the White House press office or the press core said anything back,” Spicer added.

That’s because the entire mainstream left — including “journalists,” network hosts, musicians, Hollywood actors/actresses — is thrilled that the president is ousting qualified people from their military board positions for political reasons.

Observe:

Apparently, they too share the Biden administration’s “value” of disdaining the military and its veterans, including retired Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster

“They fired H.R. McMaster from the board of West Point. And on Saturday, Sept. 11th, he will receive West Point’s highest honor from the alumni association,” Spicer told Golden.

“So how ironic that they’e talking about people not being qualified or fit to service, or their values. I find it reprehensible and disgusting that this how they’ve tried to frame this,” he added.

Indeed, even The Daily Beast, a radically far-left outlet, has admitted that treating McMaster like this “is a political ‘massacre.'”

“This much is indisputable: Lt. Gen. McMaster is highly qualified for this role. He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy and has also served there as an assistant professor of history. … This is all to say his academic and military qualifications are beyond reproach,” the outlet noted this week.

But Biden and his officials don’t seem to care.

To hear more of Spicer’s thoughts on this latest Biden administration scandal — and it is indeed a scandal to oust military board appointments for political purposes — catch him on Newsmax’s “Spicer & Co.” every night.

Vivek Saxena

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