Happy Fourth of July everyone.
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I was looking online this morning, and I came across this video that Curry Lake shared on his Twitter account.
And while it’s not the “happiest” of messages on this special day, I think it’s important, so I wanted to share it with you.
A local TV station interviewed a 100-year-old veterinarian who broke down in tears to see what a hell-hole America has become under Joe Biden and progressive radicals.
Fox News reports that much of what American troops fought in World War II has “fallen short,” according to U.S. Marine Carl Spurlin Deckel, who celebrated his 100th birthday last week.
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Decell said serving his country at WWII was his most important job, according to Fox 13. Veteran and Silver Star Holder says he will not hesitate to put his life on the line again, but regrets that the United States has moved away from what he remembers.
“People don’t understand what they have,” Deckel told the outlet. “The things we did and the things we fought for and the guys who died for it all went down the drain.”
“We didn’t get the country we had when I was growing up,” he said. “No one will get the fun I had. No one will get the opportunity I had. It’s not exactly the same and our boys are not, that’s why they died.”
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You can watch the video below:
Heartbreaking: The 100-year-old veteran is broken, crying for America
“The things we did, the things we fought for and the boys who died for it are all gone. Our country has gone to hell. ” pic.twitter.com/0TGrxVBq2N
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Deckel’s statement came on the same day that the United States lost the last surviving Medal of Honor recipient from WWII. Herschel “Woody” Williams died Wednesday at the age of 98, in a hospital named after him in his home state of West Virginia, surrounded by his family.
Williams, who was also a U.S. Marine, received his medal for gallantry from former President Harry Truman in 1945 during the Battle of Eo Zimmer.
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What this country has become is tragic, and it hurts my heart that this poor man has had to see and feel it in his last days on this earth.
Keep fighting to get it. Back to the country where it belongs… it is important for many people.
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