The Commie Cadet Gets Kicked Out of the Army. Finally. [VIDEO]

The Commie Cadet Gets Kicked Out of the Army. Finally. [VIDEO]

The Commie Cadet Gets Kicked Out of the Army. Finally. [VIDEO]

The U.S. Army has decided — finally — that it’s not a good idea to have a Communist as part of its officer corps. So as of Monday, Army 2nd Lt. Spenser Rapone, West Point graduate, received a less-than-honorable discharge.

But he didn’t go without giving one final salute. And I’m sure you can figure out what #FTA stands for.

You may remember this story from last year. Rapone, a 2016 West Point graduate, openly supports Communism.

And using the handle “Commie Bebop,” he posted his contempt for the American flag:

He’s also a big fan of revolutionary psychopath Che Guevara:

And that’s not all. Rapone also called Defense Sec. James Mattis “the most vile, evil fuck in the current administration.” He didn’t stop there, either, calling Vice President Mike Pence “a fucking medieval, cold-blooded killer.”

Then there’s his contempt for Sen. John McCain: “Fuck John McCain. Will happily dance on his grave.”

But he had nothing but praise for traitor Bradley/Chelsea/Whatever Manning: “Every single day I think of the contradictions of being a communist while in this organization, and her courage and tenacity gives me strength to continue the long march through the institutions.”

Yeah, I’m pretty sure Spenser Rapone didn’t have much regard for “Duty, Honor, Country” at West Point, either. But he really loves the F-bomb, doesn’t he?

Rapone, however, did give Naval Academy students a chance to troll West Point at the annual Army-Navy game last year. The midshipmen displayed this snarky banner:

Seriously though — what took the Army so long? My son-in-law is a Navy Lt. Commander and a USNA grad, and he’s told me of junior officers appearing before a Captain’s Mast for stuff that in civilian world wouldn’t be that egregious. And yet this guy served for two years as a outspoken Communist.

But finally Rapone’s Commie ass is out, yet he’s not repentant. Not by a long shot. Rapone is itching to become a hero to the proletariat, and will be speaking at a socialism conference next month. He’s also pretty sure the masses will support him, too. “Many people reached out and showed me support. There are a lot of veterans both active duty and not that feel like I do.”

I wonder if all his fellow travelers would be willing to pony up some bucks in case the military wants their tuition money back? You see, Rapone didn’t fulfill his five-year service obligation after he graduated from West Point. And according to an attorney specializing in military law, the military has every right to demand that money back, which includes not only tuition, but books, room and board, and all those other things that service academies provide their students. Which, of course, are also funded by you and me, the taxpayers.

Sadly, I have a feeling that Rapone won’t have to pay back a dime. And I get angry thinking that this jerk squandered not only a top notch education that you and I funded, but a career in which he would’ve served the nation that sent him to West Point in the first place. However, there’s a certain Schadenfreude I also enjoy knowing that despite his delusions, Rapone will find there isn’t much of a future in being a Bolshevik hero. It doesn’t pay well, and you can’t really rise in the ranks, either.

Too bad Gen. George Patton isn’t around to kick Rapone’s ass.

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Kim is a pint-sized patriot who packs some big contradictions. She is a Baby Boomer who never became a hippie, an active Republican who first registered as a Democrat (okay, it was to help a sorority sister's father in his run for sheriff), and a devout Lutheran who practices yoga. Growing up in small-town Indiana, now living in the Kansas City metro, Kim is a conservative Midwestern gal whose heart is also in the Seattle area, where her eldest daughter, son-in-law, and grandson live. Kim is a working speech pathologist who left school system employment behind to subcontract to an agency, and has never looked back. She describes her conservatism as falling in the mold of Russell Kirk's Ten Conservative Principles. Don't know what they are? Google them!

  • rbj says:

    President Trump is CiC, he needs to order the army to get our taxpayer dollars back.

  • Scott says:

    I damn sure hope they force him to make full restitution. And while this is a good start, they now need to get rid of everyone who knew about this POS, and did not report him, or the instructors at USMA (including the muslim POS that was his advisor need to go under the same conditions. Then I hope he meets up with a group of wounded warriors outside a bar, and they “explain ” life to him, and lastly, I hope he marries that bitch chelsea manning, and lives a long and miserable life!

  • Toni Williams says:

    Epic post, Kim.


  • Joanne Fung says:

    I don’t understand how an idiot like this got into West Point in the first place. What a waste of taxpayer dollars on an undeserving, delusional creep. Make him pay back every cent of tuition, book cost, etc., that was wasted on him so that another, fully deserving student can attend West Point.

  • Paul L. Quandt says:

    “Kim is a conservative Midwestern gal whose heart is also in the Seattle area,…”

    Yo Kim, Seattle is a communist city. A bit confused, aren’t you?

    Paul L. Quandt

  • Clive says:

    He not squandered not only a top notch education, he took a berth that someone else missed out on.

  • Joel says:

    Spenser Rapone and the young John Kerry (circa 1971) would have gotten along splendidly I am sure although Kerry was in the Navy.

  • Why did it take so long? Diversity is our strength. Or something.

  • Oldhawker says:

    As a 22-year veteran of the US Army, I can assure you that there aren’t many Servicemembers offering support to this dirtbag. And of the those, a majority are fellow FTA’ers; soldiers who were never good soldiers, who didn’t fit in the Army, and see all their problems they had with being a soldier as not a reflection of their dirtbaggery, but somehow being the Army’s problem. The Army has a few of them, and they almost always leave the Army with less than honorable discharges.

  • Dyspeptic Curmudgeon says:

    [Scene 1: A classroom]
    Teacher: Quiet please class. We will start this civics class with a question: Are Senators and Representatives required to swear an oath to uphold the Constitution on taking office?
    Anyone? Sanders? Sanders? Bernie Sanders?

  • dieburg277 says:

    I doubt the Army will try to get any money back from Rapone. From what I’ve gathered, the Army declined to promote him to first lieutenant. That’s normally automatic for lieutenants who’ve been in the Army for two years. If you don’t get promoted to 1LT, you have to leave the Army.

    Rapone’s lawyer will argue that it was the Army’s fault he left the service, because they didn’t promote him. So, Rapone should owe the government nothing.

  • SFC D says:

    In 24 years of active federal service, I have never felt the desire to choke the living shit out of an officer (lowercase “o” intentional) as much as I feel it for this boil on the ass of humanity. He’s the darling of the left right now, but there’s a seat right next to Cindy Sheehan waiting for him.

  • Maximumrandb says:

    His room, board, books and uniforms are paid for out of his cadet pay (one-half that of a 2nd Lieutenant), so he is almost certainly not going to pay back any of that. As for the tuition, almost as unlikely. The army and the country are better off cutting their losses and just letting this bum go.

    • GWB says:

      Ummm, no, his room and board are NOT paid for out of his pay. Books and uniforms, yes. But room and board are provided free and clear. (I can probably find some old pay stubs to verify this.)

      But no, letting people go without actually requiring consequences for their stupid actions is how we got into this situation.

  • the new civility says:

    Good riddance commie rat P.O.S.

  • Robin says:

    I hate to tell you, but it is not illegal to be a communist. He was ousted for his actions not his politics. He was the person that confused the two. I was in the Army for almost 25 years and they don’t get rid of you for your political beliefs.

  • GWB says:

    continue the long march through the institutions
    This is reason enough to inflict a lot more than a “less than honourable” on Comrade Ramone. This is direct implication of advocating overthrow of the government. (Read some Mao.)

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