Some reactions we collected to sociopath and servile Putin puppet Donald "Loser" Trump's despicable comments about U.S. military veterans and the fallen, as described in Jeffrey Goldberg's shocking article in The Atlantic:
I’m a loser, my wife is a loser, my twin brother @AVindman is a loser. We are a family of public servant suckers... #losers #HereRightMatters pic.twitter.com/cHFpTgR48M— Yevgeny (Eugene) Vindman (@YVindman) September 4, 2020
What @realDonaldTrump will never understand is that our Wounded Warriors earned their wounds. They are our badges of honor from our service to the country we love.— Tammy Duckworth (@SenDuckworth) September 4, 2020
If he can’t bear to witness those who have sacrificed for our nation, perhaps he should avert his cowardly eyes. https://t.co/wQ8mCLgWei
Last year, a former four star general & colleague who worked directly for Trump said to me, “Donald Trump is the most loathsome individual I ever met.”— John O. Brennan (@JohnBrennan) September 4, 2020
Trump’s attitudes & behavior toward America’s heroes are repugnant.
Vote him out, resoundingly.
We all know @TheAtlantic story is true, Donald... This is who @realDonaldTrump is. It’s how he’s always been the 20+ years we’ve known each other.— Montel Williams (@Montel_Williams) September 4, 2020
Even Fox News says you’re a Liar. OAN and Qanon lunatics may be the only rats left on this sinking ship.— Rob Reiner (@robreiner) September 4, 2020
Boot camp Great Lakes 1986 I did 11 years. Qualified in submarines. Electronics Technician for Navigation subsystem on Ballistic Missile submarines. Now just a proud disabled veteran wanting to save this country from Trump and the GOP #NewProfilePic pic.twitter.com/5IeQxemEuq— Charles Parmele (@ceparmele) September 4, 2020
I recommend all veterans to use their Military pics as a profile pic to let Trump know how many people he has offended by calling fallen soldiers losers and suckers. #NewProfilePic pic.twitter.com/KPTDXVgoaX— David Former Trump Supporter Weissman (@davidmweissman) September 4, 2020
This was my maternal grandfather. Samuel E. Smith. He was not a “loser”. He was not a “sucker”.— Sophia A. Nelson (@IAmSophiaNelson) September 4, 2020
He was 17 when he proudly joined a “segregated ARMY” to serve a nation that rejected him as a person or as we were called then “negroes”—“colored”. 1/2 pic.twitter.com/2edwLo5yXo
6/9 While I am not surprised, I am disgusted by the current occupant of the Oval Office. He has repeatedly and consistently shown himself to be completely unfit for and to have no respect for the office he holds.
— Sully Sullenberger (@Captsully) September 4, 2020
My dad, Donald Jacobs, went off to fight in World War II at the age of 17. He returned safely.— Dr. Jill Biden (@DrBiden) September 2, 2020
Nearly every family felt and still feels the sacrifice of that war.
Today, 75 years later, we remember those who fought and those who never had the opportunity to come home. pic.twitter.com/Tdj0I2dKqd
For those that lost their lives on Omaha Beach.For those that gave their last best measure at Guadalcanal. For those that perished at Pearl Harbor, the MeKong Delta, Da Nang, Hue, Kabul, Nasiriyah, Kirkuk & Incheon harbor. In their names let us drive this bastard from office.— Mike Madrid (@madrid_mike) September 4, 2020
Read Jeff Goldberg’s article in The Atlantic. How could anyone support Trump? pic.twitter.com/xqfnklmCBq— Major General (ret) Paul Eaton (@PaulDEaton52) September 4, 2020