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Sat Jun 30, 2018, 12:23 PM

5. This is bringing tears to my eyes. Thank him for me! He has courage. And it's the right kind of

courage. Not the kind of courage it takes to believe the military lie that says, "You my son and lady have signed up for the greatest military in the world. The one who's budget and size is 800% bigger than all other military's combined. Now go and fight, or maybe die, to protect America's freedom! As your commanding officer I will demonstrate where to hit someone in the face that will make their eye's fall back into their sinus cavity. You can even hear then gurgling. Then you can use that young courage."
That is exactly what Special Forces recruit's are told.
Why do I know this? It ain't on the internet. Google? No. You have to actually witness it or be told first hand.

Your 15 year old son's more courageous than the kind it takes to pull a trigger. He has the kind that says. "We need to stop pulling triggers and start pulling together to rescue our democratic, republic government." He is actually the one, along with many others who are fighting for freedom and protecting our country.

Sorry to be so long winded. I do get very passionate about this.

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