Chairman Milley answered Slotkin and Sherrill's letter by claiming that the military would not get involved in the election under any circumstances.
"The Constitution and laws of the U.S. and the states establish procedures for carrying out elections, and for resolving disputes over the outcome of elections … I do not see the U.S. military as part of this process," Milley wrote to Slotkin and Sherrill.
"In the event of a dispute over some aspect of the elections, by law U.S. courts and the U.S. Congress are required to resolve any disputes, not the U.S. Military," Milley continued.
Milley firmly rejected the idea that the military would openly act on behalf of the Democrat Party to install Joe Biden as President against the wishes of the American people.
"I believe deeply in the principle of an apolitical U.S. military," Milley wrote.