Skip to comments.General Kelly: “I Was stunned” When a Member of Congress Listened in on Trump Phone Call to Widow
Posted on 10/19/2017 12:38:17 PM PDT by davikkm
WOW! General Kelly WENT OFF on Rep. Wilson on Thursday during the White House Press Briefing.
Kelly said, I was stunned That this representative listened in on a phone call from a president to a widow.
General Kelly: I was stunned when I came to work tomorrow morning and broken-hearted at what I saw a member of Congress doing. A member of Congress who listened in on a phone call from the President of the United States.
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The Soldier’s Family joined in with the Slander of the POTUS.
They are just playing into the POTUS is a Bigot routine.
I expect the Family will be attending an NFL Game and taking a Knee with the Players this weekend.
Their Gofundme page is bringing in the big bucks. I would hope they would share it with the Families of the other three Soldiers that were killed, but I’m not holding my breath.
With all due respect (which is very little by the way), the gentlewoman from Florida is all hat and no cattle.
If you put someone on speakerphone, it is good manners to tell the person you are talking to that there are others listening to the call. Apparently, neither the wife of the fallen or the dirt-bag Congresswomen understand what good manners are.
Color of his skin makes him special!
That other thing Kelly revealed about this Congresswoman is just as equally telling.
You HAVE to listen to him.
He is very good.
Okay I see. Thanks.
Which, means that the wife and the Congresswoman were looking for trouble in advance.
Because FlipWig Wilson literally hired Trayvon’s mother and is conducting a voter registration drive for her newly-arrived PR constituents.
Kelly went on to say that he told the president what Kellys friend Marine Gen. Joe Dunford told him when Kellys own son died. He said, Kel, he was doing exactly what he wanted to do when he was killed. He knew what he was getting into by joining that 1 percent. He knew what the possibilities were, because were at war. And when he died he was surrounded by the best men on this earth, his friends. Thats what the president tried to say to four families the other day.
“You know when I was a kid growing up a lot of things were sacred in our country. Women were sacred, looked upon with great honor. Thats obviously not the case anymore as we see from recent cases. Life, the dignity of life, was sacred. Religion, that seems to be gone as well. Gold star families, I think that left in the convention over the summer. I just thought the selfless devotion that brings a man or a woman to die on the battlefield, I just thought that might be sacred.
Wow. Kelly really nailed it.
I know how you feel but come on...this serviceman is not the one doing this. He made the ultimate sacrifice and we need to honor his memory no matter how low his family and Congresscreep goes.
so they knew what time President trump would be calling ???
it was a set up ???
or did they tape the call and Wilson listened later...
or they told her what was said and she twisted the meanings ???
we still don’t know exactly what president trump said to the widow...
I was answering comment #12
If only some one like Gen. Kelly (or some one in her own family) were there to make the media and Cindy Sheehan understand these things.........
General Kelly: I was stunned when I came to work tomorrow morning...
That doesn’t make sense so I’m not sure he really said it.
General Kelly was astounded that a member of congress would eves drop on a conversation with the President of the United States. He had run across Representative Wilson before - at the dedication of the Miami Dade FBI field office which was dedicated to agents Benjamin Grogan and Jerry Dove who were killed in the 1986 Miami shootout. She spoke not of the heroism and dedication of the slain agents but of her own efforts in procuring the funding for the facility.
“If four soldiers were killed, why are we only hearing about one?”
The others are white, so they don’t count. But what is really sad is that this young black soldier who died, would, in all probability, be disgusted at what has taken place in his name were he here to see it all. To my mind, our measure of him, should not be on his skin color, but rather his character, and he looks to have been a stellar soldier.
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