There is no better time to honor America than on the Fourth of July.
Currently, a lot of people seem down on America. It’s become very common and even popular to trash the country we all call home. It’s almost like a lot of folks, especially younger people, have completely forgotten why we are the greatest nation on the planet.
Not only are we the world’s most powerful country, but we’re also the greatest force for good the planet has ever seen. Whenever the world cries out for help, America answers.
In WWII when the Nazis and Japanese tried to control the world, farm kids from Wisconsin and Iowa carried M1s and Thompson submachine guns into battle.
Instead of feeding cows, they were feeding the enemy rifle rounds in Europe and across the Pacific.
Last Living Medal Of Honor Winner From WWII, Who Torched The Enemy With A Flamethrower, Dies At The Age Of 98 https://t.co/5BpFEgSQn0
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) June 29, 2022
When terrorists slaughtered innocent Americans, brave men picked up weapons and deployed all over the world to take the fight to the monsters bringing war and terror to our homeland.
Whether the caves of Afghanistan or the streets of Iraq, Americans have never been afraid to fight. Trust me, I know a lot of men who have killed a lot of people and spilled a lot of blood to protect this amazing nation.
Be thankful guys like them exist and be very grateful they’re on our side.
Former Delta Force commando Robert Keller didn’t mince words when talking about idiots, particularly young people, who sympathize with and make excuses for terrorists and America’s enemies.
This is a must-watch: pic.twitter.com/eUhANGTBaA
— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) February 26, 2022
On this fine day, eat some great food and hammer some beers. It’s what all those who came before us would want us to do. It’s the birthday of the greatest country to ever exist. I plan on hammering beers with the boys and celebrating this nation!
My reaction when people tell me to stop drinking beer on the 4th of July. pic.twitter.com/75cTtdeM7i
— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) July 4, 2021
I love America, and I’ll never apologize for it. I hope you all feel the same way!