VIDEO: Kamala Harris & Gov. Cuomo Continue To Humiliate Our Military, ‘Redefine’ Memorial Day
There is an attempt to further disgrace our military and alter Memorial Day which remembers those soldiers that gave the ultimate sacrifice for their country.
To start the weekend, Vice President Kamala Harris tried to tell a woke joke about a female Marine at the Navy Academy, it bombed worse than Biden at the Coast Guard Academy.
🚨 CRINGE ALERT 🚨
Kamala Harris tells woke joke about a female Marine
at the Navy Academy – IT BOMBS.
Cadets groan as Kamala cackles awkwardly alone onstage.
Kamala also told the cadets to use “wind energy” for “combat power.”
The Biden humiliation of our Military continues. pic.twitter.com/rQghgIA6rM
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) May 28, 2021
The instead of honoring our troops, Kamala made the weekend all about her.
Yes, Madam VP – it WILL be a long weekend for all the Gold Star families out there mourning the loss of their father, mother, son, daughter or other loved one who died defending our freedom. #MemorialDay https://t.co/CGmEcDypI2
— Richard Hudson (@RepRichHudson) May 29, 2021
Vice President Harris has a history of making things all about herself.
American soldiers paid for the freedoms & comforts we enjoy on Memorial Day with their lives.
Madam Vice President, I encourage you to reflect on the meaning of this holiday. It’s not just a “long weekend.”
— Rep. Brad Wenstrup (@RepBradWenstrup) May 30, 2021
On the Sunday shows, instead of honoring our military, NBC News posted a documentary surrounding the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Massacre.
As the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre approaches, @trymainelee travels to the neighborhood once known as Black Wall Street, where residents say the effects of the devastating violence has lasted generations.
— NBC News (@NBCNews) May 29, 2021
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered that essential workers who lost their lives would be honored during Memorial Day weekend, which caused an outcry however, despite the blow back progressives plowed ahead.
Clarence Veterans memorial committee member Paul Justinger said the state should have picked a different weekend.
“It’s Memorial Day, it’s a very solemn occasion and we just can’t put the flags at half-staff because we think this is what we should do,” Justinger said. “They were done that way for a purpose, they were done that way for the veterans.”
The blowback was so severe in New York City that the Health Department made an apology and threw it back in Cuomo’s lap.
“We apologize to all New Yorkers, particularly our veterans, for incorrectly implying that New York’s tribute to COVID-19 essential workers overlaps Memorial Day honors for fallen military members.
New York will lower flags to half-staff and illuminate landmarks to honor COVID-19 essential workers on Sunday, May 30.
Flags will remain lowered and landmarks lit on Memorial Day, Monday, May 31 to carry on the time-honored tribute to the men and women who gave their lives for their country while serving in the uniform of our Armed Services. They will never be forgotten or overshadowed.”
This isn’t about honoring COVID-19 deaths, which is fine, just do it on a different day, this is about tearing down our institutions.