“Sean, I’ve killed people for a living, If you call me again, I’m going to f--kingsend you to Afghanistan. Are we clear?” - James MattisWanna be a baller a shot caller, have 20-inch blades on your gun truck...One of the reasons we love Mattis is that he is truly humble. He does not like the spotlight, he does not ask for attention. He is without a doubt a man at work to do his due diligence in keeping this country safe. Sean Spicer former White House Press Secretary made a poor decision and has apparently been hounding Mattis time and time and time again to appear on any number of talk shows. Mattis, who we all know is not to be trifled with responded to Spicer in the most Mattis way possible after having declined several times.He told Spicer who happens to still be in the Navy reserve, that if well, you all can see the quote...Look we love the freedom of the press, we love being in the know about what's going on with our government given that we pay taxes and so forth. However, if James Mattis tells you he's busy and doesn't want to go on a talk show to discuss things, brother, just let his resume speak for itself and assume he's got shit more important than entertaining talking heads who just want to try and trip up our dear Chaos Actual.Sean Spicer, bad move, really bad move.[caption id="attachment_18601" align="alignnone" width="750"]
AL ASAD, Iraq Lt. Gen. James Mattis, the commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Central Command, speaks to the Marines of the maintenance section from Marine All-Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 121 on the Al Asad flight line, May 6. After talking to them, Mattis welcomed any questions.[/caption]Ladies and gentlemen, if you ask Secretary of Defense James Mattis if he wants to do something and he tells you "No," we wouldn't press the issue if we were you. Just...general knowledge that we figure might be helpful. Because even the former Press Secretary of the White House got put on blast by the one, the only SecDef Mattis.This is why people who were in the know, were stupid excited that he was appointed the Secretary of Defense.