94-Year-Old Bob Dole – Confined to a Wheelchair – Stands for National Anthem at White House (VIDEO)
94 year-old war hero and former Senator Bob Dole was honored today at the White House.
Dole was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal for his World War II service and decades of work in the House and Senate.
The former senator, who today is confined to a wheelchair, stood for the National Anthem putting the NFL and Democrat Party to shame.
A great American. RT @RealSaavedra: 94-year-old Bob Dole, who is confined to a wheelchair, put the @NFL to shame today when he stood for the national anthem. #CongressionalGoldMedal pic.twitter.com/O4bvQHaFGL
— Patricia G Boig (@pboig) January 18, 2018
Meanwhile in the National Football League the players are still kneeling, stretching and doing calisthenics during the National Anthem.
94 years old.
But the man had an assistant help him stand for the National Anthem.
Man, they don't make em' like they used to.
Classy. Honorable. Patriotic.
I'll never call him boring ever again.#ColinKaepernick #MAGA #BobDole #CongressionalGoldMedal #TRUMP pic.twitter.com/AHXqtZ5dte
— T.W. Haines (@T_W_Haines) January 18, 2018