Urgent Call to Action! Calling All Oath Keepers and All Veterans to Support WWII Veterans at Memorials to Assist Them in WHATEVER They Want to Doa.
Washington, DC – -(Ammoland.com)- Calling all Oath Keepers (and any other veterans) to back up our World War II veterans at the Washington DC area memorials, such as the World War II memorial, the Iwo Jima memorial, Arlington Cemetary, the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial, and anywhere else that that the Honor Flights go.
Go there and put yourselves under the command of the WWII vets. If they want the barricades down, they should come down, come hell or high water.
No WWII vet should be denied access the the Iwo Jima memorial, the WWII memorial, or to any other memorial they want to visit. For many of them, on those Honor Flights, this will be THEIR LAST TRIP to go and pay their respects to their brothers who did not make it back.
It is intolerable to let Obama block their access for his petty partisan manipulations over the govt “shutdown.”
The WWII veterans who have taken down the barricades at the Iwo Jima memorial, and have ignored them at the World War II memorial, did exactly what needs to be done. We need to help them, and protect them. Go there and be their “arms and legs” to get done WHATEVER they want done. And go there with the conviction that you are not under the command of the police, not under the command of the Park Service, and not under the command of Obama.
You are under the command of the World War II veterans, and only the World War II veterans. Your mission is to assist the WWII vets in doing WHATEVER they want to do.
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