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WATCH: What This Joy Reid Panel Said About Military Members Supporting Trump is Despicable

What these people said is unacceptable. Our military deserves respect.

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Over the weekend, MSNBC host Joy Reid and a panel she hosted on her program slammed military members who support President Trump, putting the fullness of her hatred for her country and those who sacrifice their lives to protect her way life on full display.

Terrorism analyst Malcolm Nance, a man who has become notorious after actually calling for ISIS to launch an attack against a Trump property, said those in the military who support the president are “not honorable.”

“And these military people love him, all right?” Nance began. “And I’m just going to come right out and say it: not honorable military veterans.”

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“Because an honorable military veteran, if they had heard this story, would have said, ‘You know what, there’s a line, and that line has now been crossed,'” Nance continued. “But they have this cultish love of him where the love of Donald Trump exceeds the Constitution — exceeds the honor of everyone who has sacrificed and lost in this nation.”

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Here’s a video clip of the whole segment:

How despicable can these people be, to actually question the honor of a group of people who are willing to put their lives on the line to preserve their safety, security, and liberty, all because of their individuals political beliefs?

Not only is that immoral and disrespectful, it demonstrates a clear lack of intelligence when it comes to thoughtful engagement of political issues. Judging someone’s honor solely based on who they support politically is an error that folks on both sides sometimes engage in, however, that doesn’t make it okay.

Our military is compromised of folks all over the political spectrum, but at the end of the day, they’ve set aside their differences and serve along side each other, willing to die for one another because they are Americans first and foremost.

This is a point of view Nance, Reid, and her other ilk have not taken the time to consider.

Our armed forces deserve the utmost respect for the work they do and anyone who disrespects these brave men and women over politics lacks human decency.

Source: The Daily Wire

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Putin has been extremely antsy as of late.

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DOJ Opens Investigation into Minneapolis Police Department

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