White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer can’t just come around and pretend to be in a position to speak like he’s some sort of representative of veterans’ rights, even though that’s exactly what he did with a Saturday tweet, among other times.
See, if the Trump Administration really cared much about the nation’s veterans, then for one, they wouldn’t seem to think so lightly of dragging the United States into more military conflicts than we’re already involved in.
It’s a really simple argument, honestly. Soldiers die in war, and if an administration really respects the lives and well being of current and former members of the Armed Forces, they’ll do everything in their power to stay away from war.
Nevertheless, notable instances remain of the Trump Administration proving itself committed to the exact opposite. For instance, early on in Trump’s tenure, he “joked” about sending troops into Mexico to combat the drug problem, and later on, Trump found it nothing to ramp up the nation’s military presence overseas in places like Syria and Yemen.
The first overseas military raid of Trump’s tenure was such a failure that one American servicemember and dozens of locals died.
Nevertheless, for what feels like the millionth time, Sean Spicer has revealed just how shallow the current administration really is, writing the following on Twitter: “Thanks to all who have or are serving our nation
Check out some of the best replies to Spicer’s tweet below.