AIR FORCE COLONEL PUNISHED FOR HIS
CHRISTIAN BELIEFS - LELAND BOHANNON FIRED
FROM JOB AS COMMANDER OF AIR FORCE
INSPECTION AGENCY AT KIRTLAND AFB
DECLINED TO SIGN "CERTIFICATE OF SPOUSAL
APPRECIATION" FOR RETIRING MASTER SGT
GAY NCO CLAIMS COLONEL "DISCRIMINATED"
AGAINST HIM AND HIS MALE "WIFE" - SENIOR
OFFICER LOSES PROMOTION TO GENERAL - IS
TRANSFERRED TO DESK JOB AT PENTAGON
BOHANNON'S CAREER EFFECTIVELY OVER

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Someone should tell the Air Force brass in Washington that Barack Hussein Obama's military social experiment is over.  A new sheriff is in town, and his name is Donald Trump.

The latest example of "political correctness" from Obama-era Pentagon officers is the unfair and arbitrary destruction of a top colonel's career because a gay  master sergeant got his nose out of joint when Col. Leland Bohannon wouldn't sign a "Certificate of Spousal Appreciation" letter that all Air Force members in good standing receive when they retire from the military.

In this case, Bohannon is a devout Christian, critical of the gay lifestyle, and the NCO's "wife" is a homosexual man.  Thus the conflict over religious views.

NO MORE PROMOTION TO BRIGADIER GENERAL

The colonel, relieved of command at the Air Force Inspection Agency, did get a superior officer (flag rank) to "sign" the certificate, but the hard-charging master sergeant wasn't nearly satisfied.  He filed an Equal Opportunity complaint, alleging the colonel had "discriminated" against him and his gay spouse.

That was all the PC-crowd needed.  Despite Bohannon's 3300 hours in the air, his outstanding record over a quarter century, including combat duty, he was fired and told to report to a desk job in Washington.  Sources say the pressure is on the highly-respected officer to put in his retirement papers and get out of the service as soon as possible.

First Liberty Institute, a religious liberty group, is fighting back on Bohannon's behalf.  They have sent the Air Force a letter confirming the very religious colonel acted properly after petitioning the USAF to excuse him from signing the "appreciation" letter.