Jake Tapper questions the patriotism of Rep who lost both legs in Afghan War


Democrat activist Jake Tapper, who pretends to be a neutral news reporter, questioned the patriotism of Rep. Brian Mast (R-FL) on Wednesday. Rep. Mast lost both legs in the Afghanistan War in 2010. Tapper was unhappy that he didn’t vote to impeach President Trump in the hoax impeachment held today. The so-called trial was a series of debates with no due process with too many bloviating hacks.

Speaking of hacks, here goes Jake:

Rep. Mast responded.

“I lost two legs for @jaketapper’s right to say whatever the hell he wants, but that free speech also protects the Republicans he is so eager to condemn for asking Constitutional questions about the election.”


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paranoid goy
paranoid goy
2 years ago

All things being equal, a lot of soldiers return home bitter and feeling used by a system that sent them to do unspeakable things to innocents in the name of Free Trade.
This was a common sentiment after Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan. Being crippled dioes not make for blind patriotis, methinks.
Frankly, the only time Yankee soldiers seem not to have nightmares about their role in commercialised mass murder, was after they burned down Europe, killing 40 million White people to protect the myth of not saving the Sixmillions. I mean, does any American even remember Dresden?

Rocket Man Bluegrass Version
Rocket Man Bluegrass Version
2 years ago

I love the Robert Downey Jr. portrayal of Wayne Gale in Natural Born Killers.
Jake “Woodpecker” Tapper is just like that.
I saw the shit go down in Grenada was a hilarious line from that movie.
In another he is prattling or rambling on and his assistant or rump ranger gives the mouthing hand and obscene gesture with the other as a signal to reign it in.
Family still hates that movie big time but I like it just for the fake smarmy enemedia RAT character of Wayne Gale.
Who made Woodpecker the patriotism czar, that’s not who we are, comrade.