Army Vet Offers to Take Mad Maxine’s State of the Union Address Seat

Ten year Army veteran Ricky Taylor served two tours in Afghanistan, and has so kindly offered to take Congresswoman Maxine Water’s seat at the State if the Union Address after she claimed that she will not be attending.

Auntie Maxine announced that she won’t be attending because of the ALLEGED comments that Trump referred to countries like Haiti, El Salvador, and African nations, as “sh*thole countries.”

It doesn’t even matter that the Democrat spreading the rumor is a known liar, and President Trump has denied making the counts.

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“Why would I take my time to go and sit and listen to a liar,” Waters continued, “Someone who lies in the face of facts, someone who can change their tune day in and day out. What does he have to say that I would be interested in?”

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Well no fear Mad Maxine, Taylor would love to take your place at the address!

Known as “Deplorable Vet,” Taylor tweeted, “Everyone please help and retweet. I would like to take Maxine Waters seats at The State Of The Union Address. If they don’t want to go this Military Veteran would gladly go. I’d tell the President how much he means to myself, family, Military, and all of his supporters.”

American Military News reports: 

The tweet has since been liked more than 30,000 times and had more than 23,000 retweets.

Taylor’s tweet was featured on Fox and Friends. Taylor said he used the Twitter handle “Deplorable Vet” due to his support for Trump and in defiance of Hillary Clinton’s previous “basket of deplorables” remark.

“You can call us what you want, but we’re still going to support our president,” Taylor said.

“There’s so many Trump supporters out there that are minorities,” Taylor added. “She doesn’t speak for everybody, she surely doesn’t speak for me.”

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