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Where is the President’s mask? Yesterday, the President, along with a group of veterans honored those we lost in WW II. Yesterday was VE day. VE stands for Victory in Europe and it commemorates the day that the Allies accepted Germany’s surrender. May 8th 1945. It marks the beginning of the end of WWII. Of course as we all know the war ended in August of that year when President Harry Truman dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki just three days apart. On Aug 6th, Hiroshima and on August 9th Nagasaki. On August 15th 1945 Japan’s surrender was announced by emperor Hirohito and formally signed on September 2nd 1945. The war was over. The men who fought in that war war were the greatest generation. The bravest men that ever lived. I know a lot about it. My dad was a member of the United States Army Air Corps. There was no Air Force then. The Air Force was a branch of the Army. He belonged to a very elite group. They were the 43rd bomb group. They served in the Pacific theater. He was in the 65th squadron. The 43rd was a group called Ken’s Men. Long story behind that. Perhaps I’ll write about it one day or perhaps you can Google it. He flew nine bombing missions over Japan. He was a SGT….a non com, and was the radio operator on the B-24 he was serving on. Why am I writing all this? These men who still survive, number in the three hundred thousands now. They are truly an American treasure. In 10 years they’ll all be gone. There are still so many stories to hear and so much history to learn from these amazing brave men. They served our country without pause for thought when America was attacked on December 7th 1941.
Yesterday the President presided over a very small ceremony with just a few of these wonderful men in attendance. The day before yesterday on the 7th, President Trump’s valet was diagnosed with covid-19. The President presided over this ceremony without a mask. He walked side by side with the first Lady to pay his respects at the wall which lists the fallen. He then walked over to where the soldiers were sitting and from about eight to ten feet away saluted them. They saluted him back. Where was his mask? Where! Was! His! Mask? These are American heroes. They’re all in their mid 90s… minimum. Covid is a death sentence for any one of them. Why won’t he wear a mask? This is not the first time. If he doesn’t respect the soldiers, doesn’t he respect his wife? There always seems to be an excuse. At the very least, SET AN EXAMPLE FOR THE PEOPLE MR. PRESIDENT!
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