Vietnam Medal of Honor Awardees Challenge Blumenthal

Richard Blumenthal, Senator from Connecticut, has been accused of the crime of Stolen Valor. That means that Mr. Blumenthal is claiming rank and awards ad service that never occurred. He is stealing this honor from men who served. The Medal of Honor awardees refute his right to judge Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch. 

As Written By Russ Vaughn for American Thinker:

Fourteen Medal of Honor recipients from the Vietnam War have signed a letter challenging and rebuking Connecticut’s pathetic Stolen Valor senator, Richard Blumenthal, for his hypocrisy on opposing Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch.  Their lengthy letter included this charge:

Valor is too uncommon a commodity, and too precious a virtue, to be stolen by those who have not paid the high price for freedom. We recognize that some concerns over any appointee, especially the Supreme Court, are honest and legitimate.

You, sir, are neither. If you ever had a sense of duty, if ever you respected the service and sacrifice of others, then please recognize your duty now:

Sen. Blumenthal, “take your seat”!

The signatories:

Retired Command Sgt. Maj. Bennie Adkins, U.S. Army, Auburn, Ala.

Retired Col. Don “Doc” Ballard, U.S. …..


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