Jill Biden humiliated Joe after being caught in this disgusting act

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Joe Biden’s wife is nothing more than a liability. Her backroom antics are getting worse and worse.

And Jill Biden humiliated Joe after being caught in this disgusting act.

When it comes to politics, the Bidens have never played fair.

It doesn’t matter who you are. If you cross the Biden’s, you better watch your back.

And one retired Army General learned that the hard way.

Back in 2022, retired Lt. Gen. Gary Volesky responded directly to the First Lady’s tweet lamenting the overturning of Roe v. Wade, which read, “For nearly 50 years, women have had the right to make our own decisions about our bodies. Today, that right was stolen.”

“Glad to see you finally know what a woman is,” Volesky tweeted in response to Biden’s post, according to USA Today’s reporting.

His reply has since been removed from the website.

After, shooting this shot at Jill, the Biden’s made an awful move.

Volesky, who had been hired as a contractor for the Army, was suspended following the tweet.

It didn’t matter that he had proudly served his nation for years and continued to help America even as a private citizen.

Nope, a sarcastic tweet that cuts across their agenda is enough for a military veteran to lose their job.

Unfortunately for the Bidens, the military vet was exonerated and they’re left with egg on their face.

An Army investigation concluded that retired Lt. Gen. Gary Volesky did not violate any legal or ethical rules when he mocked first lady Jill Biden in a social media post in June 2022, a report obtained by USA Today revealed.

The report did, however, find that Volesky strayed from the social media guidelines that he had created while still working in public affairs for the Army.

The report concluded that his tweet resulted in “negative media attention.”

So what? The Left’s insistence on injecting critical race theory and LGBT issues into the military has created far more negative media attention.

The report suggested he strayed from parts of the “Army Social Media Guide,” which was published in 2013 and which he signed.

“When in a position of leadership, conduct online should be professional … by using social media, you are essentially providing a permanent record of what you say … if you would not say it in front of a formation, do not say it online,” the report quoted from the guidelines, USA Today reported.

Maybe Volesky would say it to Biden’s face? Who knows?

But one thing is for certain, he’s legally in the clear, and Joe’s vendetta against him for insulting his wife is stopped in its tracks.

Stay tuned to The Federalist Wire.