MONDAY, JUNE 5, 2017
Re-enacting Our D-Day Invasion
In Washington, Whistleblower Senior National Political Affairs Analyst Britt Humus wonders if The Blower can help create a great new tradition of patriotism, by making tomorrow— the anniversary of D-Day— a national day of prayer and commitment to our troops by playing Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s extraordinary address to the nation hours after our troops stormed the beaches at Normandy. Let’s all watch it now.
Remember Former President Bill Clinton’s phony 1994 D-Day Speech on Omaha Beach in Normandy? Three years ago, Obama actually flew to France for a photo op, (after not showing up in 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013 to attend fundraisers) just to show how much he cared, to deflect attention from his VA Scandal (where a WaPo/ABC Poll said 79% held Obama personally responsible), and attempted to draw attention away from his biggest blunder until then– breaking the law and trading a known traitor like Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl for five blood-soaked Taliban Terrorists (which blew up in his face, or why did “Mad” magazine come up with this cover?).
Unfortunately, 40% of those Dumbed-Down, Self-Absorbed, Media-Influenced, Celebrity-Obsessed, Politically-Correct, Uninformed, Short-Attention-Span, Free-Stuff Grabbing, Low-Information Obama Supporters Who Put The Positively Worst President in History In The White House—Twice, and Failed Trying To Give Obama a Third Term By Voting For Hillary, and get all of their “fake news” from our Obama Supporters in the Press, like the ones at The Fishwrap and on Channel 5, 9, 12, and 19, don’t really care.
Last year, Candidate Donald Trump’s remembrance of D-Day on Twitter included an image that wasn’t of the Allied forces’ Normandy landing itself, but a training exercise a year earlier in 1943, something Trump’s enemies at FAKE NEWS CNN were only too happy to point out, 487 times.
Trump tweeted: “Remembering the fallen heroes on #DDay – June 6, 1944.” Along with that comment was an image of uniformed military forces landing on a beach, displaying the words “D-DAY” and “June 6, 1944.”
That’s probably why our Quote for Today Committee chose Ronald Reagan’s “We will always remember. We will always be proud. We will always be prepared, so we may always be free” as we bring you a video of the Gipper’s Normandy Speech Commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the Normandy Invasion.
Obviously D-Day in 1944 is what we should all remember tomorrow, but Hurley the Historian says also on tomorrow’s date, in 1949 George Orwell’s “1984” was published. That turned out to be something worth remembering too.
REMEMBERING D-DAY HOT LINE
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What Being part of the D-Day Invasion might have been like
(Sent in by Distinguished World War II Military Reporter Ernie Pyle.)
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