Wow! Where does the time go? I haven’t posted in a while so I suppose I need to catch this page up.
July 20th I had my shoulder surgery which went well, but I’m still not back to 100%. With that said, I haven’t let it slow me down. My book is FINALLY OUT and so far the reviews have been INCREDIBLE and truly humbling. I’ve heard from people from all walks of life reaching out to me telling me how much they related to my book and what a great and entertaining read it was while still inspiring.
I’ve had a few successful book signings, although booking them hasn’t been easy with the Chinese Virus wreaking havoc. (Don’t get me started on where I stand on this)
In November for Veteran’s Day weekend I attended the Annual Navy SEAL Muster in Fort Pierce which is always an incredible time. I can’t put into words how much it means to spend time with the incredible people of the Naval Special Warfare Community. They are so much more than friends, they are my family and always will be.
Recently I pulled up my big girl panties and took my mother and daughter to march in the Million MAGA March in Washington DC. I say that because I strongly dislike crowds, but I felt compelled to go and be part of history and while our trip home was a bit of a nightmare, the experience of marching from the White House to the Supreme Court with 1.5 million Patriots was the experience of a lifetime. It felt so good to experience the Unity and Love of Country with so many Americans from all walks of life. I can honestly say I saw folks there from every demographic you could imagine. No one identified themselves by their color, gender, sexual orientation, religion etc. Everyone identified as AMERICANS and it was truly beautiful to see.
No one was burning things or destroying lives and property, the Patriots marched in peace as it should have been. I’ve never in my life had a desire to participate in a protest and I never thought I would, but I wouldn’t trade that day in our Nation’s Capital for anything and I’m proud of every one of my fellow Americans who made the journey like we did.
With that said, I met a few Proud Boys and I’m here to say, they are NOT racists or white supremesists and they do not go looking for violence. They are made up of several races and share one thing in common, Patriotism and Love of Country. They show up to protect those who cannot protect themselves from the evil and hatred that exists in the BLM and Antifa groups. The Proud Boys did not start fights, they finished them. They did what the police weren’t allowed to do and if I were a citizen of Washington DC, I would vote out that Mayor as quickly as possible. It’s criminal what she is allowing to happen to such an incredible, beautiful city.
To anyone who disagrees with me on this post, that is fine. You see, that is the beautiful thing about the First Amendment. Free Speech and the right to disagree with one another. So while someone may not agree with my views, all I would have to say to that is, Were you there? Did you see and experience first hand what I did? If not, then consider this, unless you were there and walked away with a different opinion, keep an open mind.
God Bless You All & God Bless America!!