Time to eliminate a bunch of fucking journalists and liberals

Imagine if you lied about your age – say you were 15 and told them you were 18. You got in to WWII at the very last minute and saw only the very last day of action.
If you’re still alive, you’re 90 years old now.
 That’s the absolute youngest a WWII veteran can be today.

Richard Overton, who was the nation’s oldest World War II veteran, died on December 28th, 2018 at a rehabilitation facility near his home in Austin, Texas. At the time that he died, he was 112 years old.
Mr. Overton was in his 30s when he volunteered for the Army and was at Pearl Harbor just after the Japanese attack in 1941. He served in the all-black 1887th Engineer Aviation Battalion in the Pacific Theater.
He told The Austin American-Statesman in 2013 that combat had helped his segregated unit gain acceptance.

NY Times on Memorial Day Weekend: US Military celebrates white supremacism .

Given the chance, I’d beat the living fuck out of everyone who works there.
As Americans reeling from coronavirus stay-at-home orders struggle to celebrate the nation’s heroes on Memorial Day, The New York Times published an editorial over the weekend that claimed the U.S. military ‘celebrates white supremacy’.

On Sunday, The New York Times Editorial Board published the piece titled “Why Does the U.S. Military Celebrate White Supremacy?” The editorial made the argument that it’s time to rename military bases after “American heroes, not racist traitors.”

Pentagon spokesman Jonathan Rath Hoffman tweeted Sunday night in response: “On a solemn day for remembering those that have given their lives for our country fighting against tyranny and subjugation, the NYT has more than a million possible stories of the ultimate sacrifice by American patriots that they could tell. But they don’t.”

He followed up, in a statement: “The Department of Defense is the most diverse meritocracy in the country and the most powerful force for good in world history. We have many stories of valor still waiting to be told this Memorial Day weekend.”