The Gateway Pundit can exclusively report that all contractors and employees at the Lakehurst military facility located near Trenton, New Jersey have been ordered to REMOVE ALL PRO-TRUMP gear from their workstations.
Brad Osborn, a Marine veteran who served from 2008-2012 during Obama’s first term, confirmed to TGP that those orders were indeed handed down by supervisors.
“Most of us are middle class people who support President Trump. It seems that we are not allowed to show our support during Democrat Congressman Andrew Kim’s visit,” Osborn explained.
He went on to explain that when he was serving under Obama, there were recommendations that you not speak ill of any president when you are serving. Now Obsborn says it seems like the exact opposite, that supporting your Commander-in-Chief is now not only frowned upon, it is becoming forbidden.
“Free speech should protect against this type of thing. When you serve, the president is your boss and you respect him.”
Congressman Kim, who has the ability to work for or against additional funding for Joint Base Maguire-Dix-Lakehurst, lied about his military service during his first run for congress in 2018. While he was a mere intern and analyst, his campaign and supporters billed him as having put his “life on the line” during the War on Terror. Kim narrowly flipped a GOP district in 2018 and is listed as one of New Jersey’s most vulnerable Democrats. Even so, he jumped on the impeachment bangwagon.
According to SaveJersey, a local publication that covered the election and Kim’s campaign, then candidate Kim was lambasted by a local Republican State Representative who was an actual Navy Seal who put his life on the line.
“Andy Kim stood by while the Mayor of Hoboken made him out to be a war hero by falsely claiming he traveled overseas to ‘literally fight and sacrifice his life.’ I know real heroes who sacrificed their lives. We fought together, tirelessly, for a country we love and are proud to defend,” said Peters, a United States Navy SEAL who served four tours of duty in Iraq, Afghanistan and Central America.
“Andy Kim did not fight, nor did he sacrifice his life. I give civil service professionals their due, but the ones I know would never describe their job – or let others describe their job – with the kind of rhetoric Andy Kim has. Putting Mr. Kim in the same category as true military heroes is disingenuous at its best and intentional fabrication at its worst.
Most importantly, it is disrespectful to those that have served, do serve, or lost their lives serving the country they love honorably. Mr. Kim should correct the record, not only to portray himself honestly to the public, but also out of respect for the military men and women fighting for our country daily.”
This is the latest example of how things are so different under President Trump. When he receives tremendous support from our military during visits overseas or bases in the United States, he is greeted with extremely warm welcomes and requests to sign his iconic MAGA hats or other items.
CNN and other mainstream media outlets claim this is illegal, yet they championed the same things under Obama.
Regardless of who is president, you should be able to express yourself and not be silenced or censored, just because he might have to see support for President Trump during a visit to one of our military bases.
Joe Biggs, a journalist and combat veteran with two Purple Hearts, said that he has heard of this type of stuff happening before. Biggs currently hosts his own show on Censored.tv, which you can find here.
“I have heard of this type of behavior on military installations before but have not personally experienced it in my 10 years in. I did although notice it at a major border crossing in El Paso Texas where I was coming back from Juarez, Mexico and the border patrol security building at the bridge refused to post president Trump’s photos and still had Obama’s. The day a president is elected the pictures are switched out with new administration on all government posts.”
It might trigger some wimpy Democrat member of congress like Andrew Kim, but who cares? Trump is our president. He is our Commander-in-Chief. America stands with him and we should not be ashamed of it.