Military Warrior "With More Than a Dozen Combat Deployments" Rebuts West Point Grads' Attack on President Trump and the Us Constitution | Beaufort County Now | Late last week a group of graduated West Point leftists penned a letter rebuking the politicization of the military, while at the same time targeting recent moves by military leadership in a veiled attack on President Trump. | beaufort observer, bonus deal, military warrior, west point grads, june 18, 2020

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Military Warrior "With More Than a Dozen Combat Deployments" Rebuts West Point Grads' Attack on President Trump and the Us Constitution

Publisher's note: This post appears here courtesy of the Beaufort Observer and is written by George Schryer.

    Joe Hoft, writing at TheGatewayPundit.com reports:

  • Late last week a group of graduated West Point leftists penned a letter rebuking the politicization of the military, while at the same time targeting recent moves by military leadership in a veiled attack on President Trump.
  • Yesterday, on Flag Day, we received this rebuttal from an honest US military warrior. We share it below in its entirety.

    ...

    Read the full article HERE on The Gateway Pundit.


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