Remember commie West Point graduate Spenser Rapone who infamously flashed a “Communism will win” sign inside his hat at his graduation from West Point?
— IndependentSentinel.com (@indiesentinel) June 9, 2018
Well the Army has finally given comrade Rapone an “other than honorable” discharge.
It was last September when Spenser Rapone’s Marxist attention-whoring became a national story thanks to the message inside his hat and pictures of the Che Guevara t-shirt he wore under his uniform at the West Point graduation.
SOFREP reported on Spenser Rapone at the time in an article titled, “The Calls are Coming From Inside the House: America’s Communist Insider Threat.” At the time, SOFREP spoke to a former Delta Force Sergeant Major who expressed concern because West Point is the feeder mechanism to put officers into the Ranger Regiment and Special Forces, which in turn acts as a feeder for JSOC units like Delta. By Rapone’s own admission, he followed a communist philosophy advocated by Rudi Dutschke.
Dutschke advocated a strategy he called the, “long march through the institutions of power.” This entails burrowing inside the institutions of society, including the military, and subverting them from within and ultimately setting the conditions for a communist revolution. As we’ve seen in the recent past, ideological actors working inside the system such as Edward Snowden can do a tremendous amount of damage to national security. The idea of an avowed communist subverting important military units and functions from within has the potential to be catastrophic.
SOFREP says the other than honorable discharge is probably the the worst the Army could realistically do to this pinko.
Recently, Spenser Rapone re-tweeted a post on Twitter which announced that he would be speaking at a socialist event in July as he was being processed out of the Army this June with an other than honorable discharge. This was likely the harshest punishment the Army could give Rapone unless they decided to charge him with something like sedition. With an other than honorable discharge, Rapone will not be entitled to VA benefits, the GI Bill, and may have difficulties in finding employment.
The spooky part (no pun intended) is that a former CIA officer told SOFREP that our counter-intelligence is in a state where “we are only catching the dumb ones, the people stupid enough to out themselves on social media or who mail classified documents to news outlets.” How many smarter ones might there be?