by Sheri Urban
Just the notion of someone — anyone — supporting President Trump sends many liberals off the rails. But a recent photograph from a U.S. warship has them truly losing their minds.
When President Trump visited the U.S.S. Wasp during his just-completed trip to Japan, several crew members were spotted with “Make Aircrew Great Again” patches, inspired by Trump’s famous “MAGA” slogan.
The patches feature a likeness of President Trump in the center:
Here’s a larger version of the “Make Aircrew Great Again” patch:
These patches are nothing new and have been around since 2017:
But as you might expect these “new” pictures of the patches led to a complete and total meltdown by those on the left:
Yeah, right, a dictatorship. Did President Trump or the crewmembers superiors force the sailors to create and wear the patches? Didn’t thinks so.
The lefty temper tantrum over the patches continued and went downhill from there:
This is a violation of Article 134 of the UCMJ. This can’t be tolerated! When I swore my oath in 1975 it was to my country, not to a potus, and nothing has changed. Wearing patches or insignia in fealty to President is no different than showing fealty to a dictator. @tedlieu— Kathy #Resist #GlovesOff #Kamala2020 (@plumaria1) May 28, 2019Advertisement
Oh hey, look. American Brownshirts.— CQ (@coketweet) May 28, 2019
Brownshirts? Somebody is in serious need of a history lesson.
That doesn’t look anything like Trump. It’s not fat or bloated; it doesn’t have a stupid look on its face. Maybe that’s the fun house mirror version that his sycophants have made up for him that he sees in his reflection in the White House.— Mr 309 (@Peter_the_Gr8) May 28, 2019
Nice…so much for civility.
What do you think? Are these “Make Aircrew Great Again” patches appropriate or a disgrace?
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