Iraq War Vet Receives MOH While AOC and Biden Need Babying

AOC Demands Apology

It’s been less than a week since Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) was asked to apologize for her comments about the border. Now, she’s attempting to turn the tables. AOC is now claiming that House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is the one who should apologize for his support for the border.

Misunderstanding what’s really happening at the border isn’t good enough. She wants others to apologize for her mischaracterizations. Really?

AOC may be a junior member of the House of Representatives, but now she is resorting to kindergarten tactics. Since McCarthy demanded an apology from her, of course, she had to demand one from him. At this rate, she will soon be using the old “I’m rubber, you’re glue” line anytime someone says anything negative about her.

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Iraq War Vet Receives Highest Military Honor

On Tuesday President Donald Trump awarded former Army Staff Sergeant David G. Bellavia the Medal of Honor.

Bellavia is the first veteran still alive to receive the medal. He took on an insurgent stronghold that allowed his platoon to get to safety during a fight in Fallujah. The President justified his earning of the Medal of Honor because his unit would have been wiped out if not for his heroic actions.

Thank you, Sgt. David G. Bellavia for your bravery and service to our country.

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Dems Cry “Uncle”

Joe Biden has been ruffling the feathers of fellow presidential nominees since he announced his participation in the race. Many of the people running have been vocal about their dislike of Biden. The Dem’s strategy could change soon, though.

Fearing that there is too much infighting, Democratic senators are asking all the nominees to step back from criticizing Biden publicly.

Biden is quickly being seen as the party’s golden boy. It appears that many people in his party are willing to do whatever it takes to ensure that he gets the nomination. Whether he deserves it, or not, is another question.

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