Chief of Staff General John Kelly Denounces Fredrica Wilson for Politicizing Soldiers Death – Media Stunned…

Against the backdrop of congresswoman Frederica Wilson criticizing President Trump for calling a widow of a fallen U.S. service member to express his condolences, Chief of Staff General John Kelly denounces the shameless politicization. Watch:

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432 Responses to Chief of Staff General John Kelly Denounces Fredrica Wilson for Politicizing Soldiers Death – Media Stunned…

  1. Pam says:

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  2. Kerry Gimbel says:

    Hollywood also has had a lot to do with destroying everything sacred

    Liked by 10 people

    • Glad you brought that Up…Kelly definitely made a reference to Weinstein today…
      “Women were sacred, looked upon with great honor. That’s obviously not the case anymore as we see from recent cases.”

      Liked by 8 people

    • laurelmarycecilia says:

      just remember……… don’t go to any of their movies that promote anti-American, anit-Western Culture values. Money is their god, and every ticket bought benefits them

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      • Judith says:

        It’s hard to change the (bad) habits of sheeple, who actively participate in their own demise, with every dollar they spend. It is just inconceivable to them that their seemingly innocuous habits have funneled untold wealth into these shady, global conglomerates.

        These are the same global Elite who “create” the lives we live and demand the schedules we keep. They steal the money we earn, and they carefully orchestrate the nightly entertainment we enjoy/endure. They manufacture it all for their own nefarious purposes, while we blithely follow along.

        Older generations remember very different times. They remember growing up in close-knit, nurturing families, who could sit together and enjoy “clean” family entertainment. They remember God and family values, ethics, a moral code to live by. They remember an honest day’s work. The Globalists have already taken all that away. They have de-sensitized Americans to violence, the degradation of women, and immorality. And, through Affirmative action, collectives and “entitlements,” they have trained us to be their slaves.

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      • yy4u says:

        I used to be addicted to disaster pictures. I’m also a huge fan of Gerard Butler. But I won’t be going to “Geostorm” out this weekend as it is a propaganda piece. When is the last time Hollywood showed a white president (Andy Garcia) and any film with UberLiberal Ed Harris as Sec of State is bound to be a Democrat promo film. The film will do well in Europe and China but I sure hope it tanks in the USA.

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  3. Drewby Doo says:

    Kelly is bringing Sacred back.

    Liked by 11 people

    • Nchadwick says:

      That should be a song — lol instead of bringing sexy back — ok — sorry been awake too long!


    • yy4u says:

      In watching General Kelly’s conference, I found myself wishing POTUS had chosen him for VP. I like Mike Pence a lot. He’s a good guy. But he’s not tough enough to be president at a time when our country is suffering from a hideous cancer called socialism that has been promoted by the Democrats and agreed to by the Republicans. Sundance is more than right when he calls them the “UniParty”. We haven’t had a two party system in nearly 100 years except for a brief eight years when RR was president. Then it was right back to business as usual under the Bushes. George W. proved that yesterday.

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      • nrsy4godandcountry says:

        W was a wolf in sheeps clothing, we never should have elected an ex cia chief POTUS’s been all downhill for americans since…thank God for DJT,


  4. Harleyd says:

    Would someone please compare Gen. Kelly with AG Sessions.

    Let me give you a hint.

    We are talking about two very different people.

    Gen. Kelly is a patriot and a warrior. People like him are what made this country great.

    AG Sessions is a weasel barely keeping his head above slime in the swamp. He is the typical survivor politician who is bringing this country down.

    The Clinton scandals, writ large, are overwhelming. The evidence is incontrovertible. It is inconceivable that any AG worth his or her salt would not pursue these crimes, led by people independent of the swamp.

    The fact that AG Sessions has not and will not appoint a second Special Counsel to investigate the Uranium 1 treason is all you need to know. A first year law student could get an indictment here.

    I eagerly await someone on this site to explain to me why AG Sessions should not be replaced with a person of Gen. Kelly’s stature, ethics and honesty.

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    • mari says:

      Contact AG Sessions. Tell him what you think. Maybe he should resign from this job if he’s not up to taking the abuse that goes with making the tough calls.


    • georgiafl says:

      You are making a judgment without any basis of evidence.

      Liked by 5 people

    • ZurichMike says:

      The only thing that needs to be explained to you is that you are an ignorant, divisive troll.

      If you knew anything about grand jury investigations involving multiple (hundreds — perhaps thousands) of people scattered across the nation, involving high profile people in all branches of government and the media, multiple federal crimes and their labyrinthine connections across state and national borders, and the complicated strategy of getting indictments, documentation, plea bargains from smaller criminals to capture bigger criminals without compromising other investigations, you would not be making such sweeping, inane, reductivist conclusions based on nothing. This isn’t CSI: Washington to be solved in one hour.

      Your dare is based on illogic and conclusions based on unequal assumptions. You assume that because Kelly said “X” in this situation, he is ethical and honest and doing his job. Not necessarily, it just makes him vocal about his feelings toward what the Congresswoman Clown said. Conversely, because Sessions did not say “X” doesn’t mean he is not vocal, ethical, or honest or that he is not doing he job.

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      • Harleyd says:

        Hello ZurichMike.

        Ignorant, divisive troll here with a simple thought for you to consider.

        As background, I understand the legal process fairly well.

        If you would stop the name calling and actually think about my post, all I am asking for is the appointment of a second Special Counsel to investigate the myriad of likely Clinton crimes.

        A Special Counsel is appointed at the start of a major investigation, when there is enough evidence to suggest there may have been a major crime committed. It is almost always done before the convening of a Grand Jury. Your comment that it is too early to consider a Special Counsel because a Grand Jury takes a lot of time to finish its work makes no sense.

        The reason to appoint a second Special Counsel is to insure an honest, ethical, strong and independent focus on what may prove to be crimes of staggering proportions. To investigate the Clintons without a Special Counsel runs the risk of Obama era loyalists in the DOJ and FBI either ignoring potential Clinton crimes or conducting the “investigation” behind closed doors and never revealing their findings to the public (that would be us ignorant, divisive trolls).

        So, again, please save us the name calling and give me one good reason AG Sessions should not appoint a second Special Counsel to direct the investigation, manage the Grand Jury process, and publicly report findings and recommendations at the end of the investigative process.

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        • onegoal123 says:

          because his Boss, Pres Trump does not want him to at this time-wake up-so many in DC are against the Pres because he represents change to their cozy cabal Dem & GOP that is the swamp- they will fight to the death to protect their $$ & power-everyone working with him was hand-picked for their assignment, if they are lacking he fires them-give the man a chance to undo the last 24 years of crap- and yes, I include Bush in that assessment with that shameful display he put on today- they are all jealous of a man who is a Real Leader, effectuating Real change for Real Americans. You don;t have to agree with everything he does or how he does it, but you must respect that he is a man of principles who truly loves this country and has sacrificed much to take a lot of crap from so many who cannot grasp the problems, let alone understand the solutions. He needs our support if you love America and want a safe place for your children and the future generations. MAGA

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          • Reply to: onegoal123

            I agree. Trump’s got this.

            3D Chess: every Tweet, every word is strategic and calculated for a specific purpose.

            Timing: everything is planned out. Bannon leaving to take on the GOPe was planned.

            When President Trump asks; “Where is the Justice Department on Uranium 1?” He is keeping it out there for us to say; “Yeah, what’s going on?”

            Jeff Sessions is proceeding per proper protocol. We are not supposed to know anything about active investigations. Grand Juries are supposed to be secret. Indictments will flow at the proper time.

            I am going to trust our President and Attorney General until such time as it is apparent we have lost.

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        • ZurichMike says:

          Another trait of a thread hog / troll is repeating himself ad nauseum like you do like a petulant child. Don’t worry, we’ll give you a Participation Award so you can feel special about yourself.

          So sorry Jeff Sessions doesn’t have you on speed dial so he can keep you informed of his every move, and you can provide your laughable advice about a process, stakeholders, players, US attorneys, and strategy about which you know exactly nothing except what you heard on reruns of TV shows or what your NeverTrump seminar leaders told you to say.

          And your last demand assumes that the appointment of a special counsel is what is needed. Sorry, I don’t argue against the illogical “fallacy of a self-evident truth” because it is neither self-evident nor true except in the narrow, dusty corners of your illogical troll mind.

          Troll lesson for CTH readers: This troll started with an illogical and false comparison of Kelly and Sessions, basically saying “Kelly is honorable because he said X about a fallen soldier, Sessions is not honorable because he didn’t appoint a special counsel on Y”. When called out on that illogic, the troll moves on to ignoring Kelly and focusing on Sessions, the real target. Sessions, after all, is the bogeyman that trolls like to batter best because they know that Sessions is obligated legally and ethically NOT TO COMMENT on ongoing investigations. The troll knows this, but persists in the infantile belief that the troll knows more about Sessions’ job, goals, timelines, and ongoing investigations than Sessions. When called out on that, the troll then moves on to the monstrously silly “a special counsel is the right thing and you are wrong if you can’t tell me why it isn’t” – positing an assumption as a conclusion without any basis in fact, law, logic, or common sense. And all of this is distract, discourage, confuse, and demotivate Trump supporters, waste bandwidth, and hog the thread.

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  5. Charlie says:

    Truly believe in the hand of God. Tears rolling as he speaks of Gold Star families what a fine man, Gen. Kelly. A true inspiration, no pretenses, no politics, no nonsense, POTUS is in good company.

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  6. mimi says:

    Thank you for posting this Sundance. I too was very moved by General Kelly’s remarks. As the mother of a former Marine who did a very tough tour in Iraq, I lived with that fear every day. Thankfully he returned to us physically whole, although he suffered the loss of several buddies and others with serious life changing injuries. That vile, ignorant congresswoman is beneath contempt.

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  7. Donna in Oregon says:

    Is it wrong to pray that God punishes the evil in this country? I read Psalms…..the guy asked God to do all manner of horrible things to his enemies.

    I think we should. It needs to happen.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Tejas Rob says:

      Stop that.


    • Deb says:

      Jesus says to pray for our enemies. Pray for their conversion.

      Liked by 1 person

    • backwoodsgirl123 says:

      David was a King and a Prophet.

      His Psalms are full of spiritual warfare. And in times like these, we need warriors. God gave us His Word to teach us! Both the NT and the OT. And the NT fulfills the OT and they are both inspired by the same Holy Spirit.

      2 Corinthians 10:3-6 AMPC
      (3)  For though we walk (live) in the flesh, we are not carrying on our warfare according to the flesh and using mere human weapons.
      (4)  For the weapons of our warfare are not physical [weapons of flesh and blood], but they are mighty before God for the overthrow and destruction of strongholds,
      (5)  [Inasmuch as we] refute arguments and theories and reasonings and every proud and lofty thing that sets itself up against the [true] knowledge of God; and we lead every thought and purpose away captive into the obedience of Christ (the Messiah, the Anointed One),
      (6)  Being in readiness to punish every [insubordinate for his] disobedience, when your own submission and obedience [as a church] are fully secured and complete.

      I love Paul! He was a warrior and a wonderful Soldier of Christ Jesus.

      1Co_9:7  [Consider this:] What soldier at any time serves at his own expense? Who plants a vineyard and does not eat any of the fruit of it? Who tends a flock and does not partake of the milk of the flock?

      Eph_6:11  Put on God’s whole armor [the armor of a heavy-armed soldier which God supplies], that you may be able successfully to stand up against [all] the strategies and the deceits of the devil.

      Php_2:25  However, I thought it necessary to send Epaphroditus [back] to you. [He has been] my brother and companion in labor and my fellow soldier, as well as [having come as] your special messenger (apostle) and minister to my need.

      2Ti_2:3  Take [with me] your share of the hardships and suffering [which you are called to endure] as a good (first-class) soldier of Christ Jesus.

      2Ti_2:4  No soldier when in service gets entangled in the enterprises of [civilian] life; his aim is to satisfy and please the one who enlisted him.

      Phm 1:2  And to Apphia our sister and Archippus our fellow soldier [in the Christian warfare], and to the church [assembly that meets] in your house: 

      If you feel lead to fight, then your teacher is the Holy Spirit. You need to ask the Lord to have His Holy Spirit teach you how to fight the spiritual fight! For that is NOT a flesh and blood battle you want to take on in the flesh! It will get you clobbered!

      I learned early on to pray the Word back to the Lord. And as an example, I would pray this:

      Dear Heavenly Father, I’m believing that I’m feeling lead to do spiritual battle through prayer. Now YOUR WORD tells me:

      John 14:26 AMPC
      (26)  But the Comforter (Counselor, Helper, Intercessor, Advocate, Strengthener, Standby), the Holy Spirit, Whom the Father will send in My name [in My place, to represent Me and act on My behalf], He will teach you all things. And He will cause you to recall (will remind you of, bring to your remembrance) everything I have told you.

      So please Lord, have Your Holy Spirit teach me the proper way to do this, In Jesus Name Amen.

      Let me footnote this; however, when you start fighting Satan’s minions, he takes notice of you! So be prepared to stand your ground!

      This is the prayer of the Deplorables!

      This is our entreaty for the Lord God to deal with all of our enemies who lie, who cheat, who try to destroy, who make false accusations, who obstruct, who accept bribes..

      Psalm 28Amplified Bible, Classic Edition (AMPC)

      Psalm 28
      [A Psalm] of David.

      1 Unto You do I cry, O Lord my Rock, be not deaf and silent to me, lest, if You be silent to me, I become like those going down to the pit [the grave].

      2 Hear the voice of my supplication as I cry to You for help, as I lift up my hands toward Your innermost sanctuary (the Holy of Holies).

      3 Drag me not away with the wicked, with the workers of iniquity, who speak peace with their neighbors, but malice and mischief are in their hearts.

      4 Repay them according to their work and according to the wickedness of their doings; repay them according to the work of their hands; render to them what they deserve.

      5 Because they regard not the works of the Lord nor the operations of His hands, He will break them down and not rebuild them.

      6 Blessed be the Lord, because He has heard the voice of my supplications.

      7 The Lord is my Strength and my [impenetrable] Shield; my heart trusts in, relies on, and confidently leans on Him, and I am helped; therefore my heart greatly rejoices, and with my song will I praise Him.

      8 The Lord is their [unyielding] Strength, and He is the Stronghold of salvation to [me] His anointed.

      9 Save Your people and bless Your heritage; nourish and shepherd them and carry them forever.

      In Jesus Name. Amen!

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    • Not wrong at all, as the “imprecatory psalms” clearly show. However, remember that what you’re doing is asking The Lord to handle the matter, and once that’s done, it’s out of your hands.

      Do not take revenge, dear friends, but leave room for God’s wrath. For it is written: “Vengeance is mine; I will repay,” says the Lord. But: “If your enemy is hungry, feed him; if he is thirsty, give him a drink. For by doing this, you will heap burning coals on his head.” Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good. (Romans 12:19-21 EHV)

      As a U.S. Navy retiree, I absolutely hate what that empty-barrel slime has done to a Gold Star family, for no other reason than to take a highly-politicized and provably false cheap shot at the President. However, without a means to balance the scales of Justice actually in my hands, I’m just gonna hand the matter over to The Almighty and trust that he’s got a handle on this.

      I’m gonna pray for her, alright . . .

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  8. Victor Adam Smith says:

    Fredrica Wilson is one lying Mother FAKER!


  9. Mongoose says:

    I love his story about the Weasel self promoting media hound Congress critter Wilson and what she did at the FBI ceremony in Florida. He pulled down the curtain on her despicable character and showed her to be a grandstanding self-serving hypocrite who really only cares about her own position. Must be an election coming up soon. Never heard from this rat before. The gall to insinuate herself into such a private moment and actually “listen in” on the President’s call. You might think that a simple recording would do. What a low life.

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  10. rayvandune says:

    Well, I expected that Trump’s “disrespect” would be story #1 on NPR this morning, but it was not mentioned. Now I know why.

    Liked by 5 people

  11. Beverly says:

    Not only that, but when it came time to take questions, Gen. Kelly first said, “Are any of YOU Gold Star families?” Not One Hand went up. Then “Do any of you KNOW ONE Gold Star Family?” and ONE hand went up. So he said “the question goes to you.”

    Point. Made.

    Here’s the rest of the General’s remarks:

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    • Poundsand says:

      Everyone should listen to the entire statement. I never served, but I have a son who served in the Marines and is currently serving in the Navy. Kelly’s statement brought tears to my eyes as tried to wrestle what it would be like to get ‘that call’. Not the one from the President, I would never expect it, but the one from the Casualty Officer. Recently several Marines died in a training accident and I knew that my son could have been involved due to the location and units involved. I also knew that there were thousands involved and the chances of him being one of the 3 service members, all of whom we later learned where Marines, was slim.

      My son feels exactly like Gen. Kelly. He would say the same things about being where he wants to be, doing what he wants to do. He volunteers not because he has no other opportunities, as some of my friends have sometimes wondered out loud. He does it because he is one of ‘them’. He sees freedom and liberty in a way that I can’t fully describe, but it eclipses my own.

      The football fiasco? Doesn’t phase him at all, and he couldn’t care less. He serves so that idiots can be idiots and protest whatever they want. He fights so they can be those very idiots and he wonders how many who take a knee served? He doubts any who have would, but even then, it would be fine with him.

      Neither his wife, his mother or I ever want to get one of those calls. But if we do, we all know and understand that our son and her husband was doing what he desperately wanted to do, for all the right reasons. Beautiful comments from a man who has gotten that call, and made it as well. Thank you Gen. Kelly.

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      • Judith says:

        I agree with your son, that the NFL players have a Constitutional right to show great disrespect to their country, and to those who serve selflessly, to protect and defend our national sovereignty.

        Of course, that right should be expressed *off* the field, not during the course of their employment, in which there are “employee codes of conduct” to be considered. The NFL will not enforce some codes, in deference to their Globalist corporate sponsors.

        The NFL is a private entity, that can express itself however it wants. But, that doesn’t mean I am “fine with it.”

        It is well within *my* own Constitutional rights, to walk away from the NFL, and their globalist sponsors, and to never look back. And that is a right worth defending to the death.

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  12. Dixie Sugarbaker says:

    I have concluded that ninety percent of regular Americans are good decent people and ten percent are vile. With the media, entertainment industry and politicians, ninety percent are vile and ten percent are decent.

    THAT is the great American divide.

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  13. Dave says:

    Know how I feel about F. Wilson? “Get her outta here!!!! And take her hat!!!”

    Liked by 2 people

  14. sunnydaze says:

    wow. This Hat Woman is completely unhinged. “I’m a Rock Star now!”


  15. Pam says:

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  16. Rene says:

    Please everyone take time to find and watch the movie General Kelly referenced today. Every American needs to watch it after listening to General Kelly. “Taking Chance”

    You can find it on Amazon prime movies.

    The most moving movie I have ever seen.

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  17. Kristin says:

    For Treepers wanting to see “ Taking Chance” it is on Amazon Prime.

    Liked by 3 people

  18. Sayit2016 says:

    Oh my friends in these beautiful branches……….ALSO this awful woman has voted against Veterans !! It turns out that Wilson has frequently voted against measures intended to help veterans and their families, according to–The measures that Wilson opposed included a bill that could have ensured that families of four soldiers slain in Afghanistan in 2013 received death and burial benefits. Wilson’s claim to be “committed to honoring our service members, not only with words but with deeds,” she has voted against most bills ensuring continued funding for veteran benefits, including payments to widows of fallen soldiers, the vote-tracking site shows.

    She has also opposed measures designed to improve the Department of Veterans Affairs.In March 2013, Wilson opposed the “Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act,” which prevented a government shutdown and provided funds for the U.S. military and the VA.

    The bill, which passed with bipartisan support -but this miserable excuse of a woman could not bring her self to vote FOR Vets.
    Later in the year, Wilson again voted against a resolution aimed at ensuring benefits paid to the veterans and their families would not be affected by the government shutdown in October that year.

    The motion was particularly important in the wake of reports that the families of four soldiers slain in Afghanistan in 2013 had been deprived of benefits due to the shutdown in Washington.

    The families of slain soldiers were denied burial benefits and up to $100,000 to each family, among other benefits, the New York Times reported. Wilson voted against the resolution ensuring that the benefits reached the families.

    The congresswoman also opposed numerous bills aimed at improving VA services provided the veterans and their families.

    Wilson’s office has not responded to her RECORD.

    I want to scream my head off…..

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  19. Pam says:

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  20. JimmyJack says:

    For those of you who can’t stand to hear her voice, please know she is now a “rock star”.

    By that comment I suspect her goal was to get some of Maxine Waters attention for herself.

    And please, be sure to spread her role in the Awan Spy Ring/AwanContra as much as you can too. Maybe she will end up in cuffs God willing.

    There has to be a decent Democrat veteran in the 24th that can beat her.


  21. JoD says:

    Term limits…..that will weed out more than half of them.
    Minimal IQ requirements……that will take care of the rest.

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  22. JimmyJack says:

    Wacky Wilson is a crook.

    Liked by 3 people

  23. jello333 says:

    Slime. Look up “slime” in any dictionary and you’ll find that picture. This racist, lying, evil hypocrite is just a TINY step above ISIS things. She’s pure scum.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Nope2GOPe says:

      All cap and no cranium…

      Liked by 1 person

      • yy4u says:

        FINALLY. Maxine Waters has found a successor. It was touch and go there for awhile to find anyone dumb enough to take Maxine’s place should she ever retire, but we have a winner. The wonder is not that people this stupid are not confined somewhere for their own protection, the wonder is at the intelligence of the people who actually send them to Congress.

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  24. JimmyJack says:

    Frederica Wilson is refusing to answer any questions about the Awan payments or if she fired them.

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  25. nwtex says:


  26. Kaco says:

    This was a very moving speech, I cannot believe what is going on. When are the lies and subsequent hysteria against our President going to end? A couple nights ago, my husband switched over to CNN while Hannity was discussing the Uranium One. That’s when I first heard of this business. They just kept going on and on how bad PT was in what he said. My husband and I both knew there was more to the story. This is appalling. Having this twisted and having to defend it for days. Gen Kelly is right, the nation has gone to pot.

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  27. Missing Andrew says:

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  28. Missing Andrew says:

    American Patriots KNOW who carries the REAL Football


  29. bitterlyclinging says:

    Iowahawk recently stated that the “US media’s most important task is covering important stories-with a pillow”

    James O’Keefe has been hard at work of late producing videos of New York Time notables expressing their distaste for all things conservative. The latest is the Times IT Consultant stating that all the folks at the Times hate Donald J Trump “Like the plague”
    John Kelly’s remarks will disappear under that media pillow shortly.

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  30. Brett says:

    I am tired of angry, black women who have attained levels of power and influence, and have done NOTHING for their fellow black people, criticizing us. It is US that they are aiming their poison at.

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  31. StaleDale says:

    As my husband and I were driving to our youngest daughter’s athletic event last night, we listened to Sean Hannity discuss and hear General Kelly’s remarks.
    I’m a Gold Star family – two times. Both my brothers are graduates and buried at the USMA cemetery.
    We’ve experienced the knock on the door and the phone call from the Casualty Officer.
    We’ve experienced what General Kelly and his family has and will be going through for the remainder of our lives here on earth.
    The actions Rep Wilson did is disgusting.
    I can only hope the widow of the Marine will have many of her husband’s friends knock on her front door to tell her their personal stories of him.. What a great guy he was to be with, how honored they called him a friend and serviced with him. How sorry for her loss. Maybe in time, as this media frenzied attack launched against our Commander in Chief fades, this woman will remember the kindness of a man who made a call for condolence.
    It is and always will be sacred for Gold Star Families to receive a call expressing condolences from our President

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  32. yy4u says:

    My father is buried in Arlington National Cemetery. I wasn’t living at home when my mother got the knock on the door. I was there when she received the folded up flag. I don’t remember if she received a phone call from the president, but she did receive a letter from President Kennedy and another one from President Johnson. We always wondered why she received two. I am particularly vicious about those who would prey on the sacrifices of our military men and women which includes loud mouthed, low class, ignorant Congress women and a majority media that doesn’t care whom it wounds in its quest to turn the United States in to the kind of Socialist Utopia the USSR promised and my father died trying to prevent.

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  33. AsksTooManyQuestions says:

    From :

    Gold Star widow Natasha De Alencar released the audio of a phone conversation she had with President Donald Trump in April about the death of her husband who was killed in Afghanistan.
    “I am so sorry to hear about the whole situation. What a horrible thing, except that he’s an unbelievable hero,” Trump told her in the call about her husband Army Staff Sgt. Mark R. De Alencar, which The Washington Post released.
    “Thank you. I really, really appreciated it,” she said. “I really do, sir.”
    “If you’re around Washington, you come over and see me in the Oval Office,” he said.
    “You just come over and see me because you are just the kind of family … this is what we want.”
    “Say hello to your children, and tell them your father he was a great hero that I respected,” Trump said.
    “Just tell them I said your father was a great hero.”

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  34. MR52 says:

    They are pushing out a video of Wilson at the event. They claim it is the full video, but I think the first few minutes are missing on purpose. Anyone have the full video out there?
    The Sun Times can not be trusted.


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