• Amazing Navy Seal vs. Megan Rapinoe — Who Should Get the Most Attention?

    Surge Summary: A patriotic military man performs as act of honor for his flag and country; Megan Rapinoe plays soccer well. Who should be lauded the most by Americans? 

    When it comes to choosing an admirable figure who has performed a physically striking feat, I wouldn’t take twenty Megan Rapinoe’s for one-half of a Dom Raso, featured in the story below. She can skillfully negotiate a world-renowned soccer pitch. Terrific. She then proceeds to comport herself like an impudent, foul-mouthed child.

    Raso, contrastingly, parlays his discipline and training as a U.S. military special operator into an act of strikingly patriotic decency.

    There’s flatly no comparison, people.

    Here are the details:

    At a time when the American flag is being continuously trashed by athletesfar-left protesters, and elected Democrats, Navy SEAL Dom Raso is stepping in to honor our flag.

    As first reported by ABC News 4, Raso stopped his morning run in Virginia Beach, Virginia when he saw an American flag at the Navy SEAL monument barely hanging onto the pole. .  [Source: Daily Wire]

    It took two gravity-thwarted attempts, and then finally a third, before the warrior clambered to the top of the pole and set right Old Glory

    Raso’s action wasn’t beamed around the world on major television networks, earning billions of dollars. His friend, apparently, captured the deed on video and posted it on Facebook; where it promptly went viral. And, in a society glutted with annoying, Megan-Rapinoe celebrity types, why wouldn’t it? Why shouldn’t it?

    🇺🇸 flag needed to be fixed at the Navy SEAL monument this morning. After a 3.5 mile run and smoked from the previous attempts, This was my 4th attempt at trying to get up and fix the flag. Literally had to visualize what I was doing wrong and what I had to do to correct my inefficiencies in order to improve for the next attempt. I couldn’t go by this flag this morning and not give it everything I had. The gold stars on this monument and the sacrifice that has been made for all us was something I wasn’t just going to pass by. This flag pole climb reminded me about EVERYTHING in life. There has been way to grave of sacrifice for me not to try. Once I do try I have to give it my ALL for them. If I fail…honor them by trying one more time and get better every time I do it. 🇺🇸 ARMR-UP #CRUSHEVERYTHING #ISTAND #ICLIMB #honor #GodblessAmerica thanks @bamfony for the boost! The National Navy UDT SEAL Museum

    Posted by Dom Raso on Thursday, July 18, 2019

    Raso commented:

    “After a 3.5 mile run and [being] smoked from the previous attempts, [t]his was my fourth attempt at trying to get up and fix the flag. Literally had to visualize what I was doing wrong and what I had to do to correct my inefficiencies in order to improve for the next attempt.”

    “I couldn’t go by this flag this morning and not give it everything I had. The gold stars on this monument and the sacrifice that has been made for all us was something I wasn’t just going to pass by. This flag pole climb reminded me about EVERYTHING in life. There has been way to grave of sacrifice for me not to try. Once I do try I have to give it my ALL for them. If I fail … honor them by trying one more time and get better every time I do it.”

    Wow. Wow. Wow.

    The rhetoric for which Rapinoe is best known nowadays?

    I’m not going to the f—ing White House,” and “New York City, you’re the motherf***ing best!

    Raso’s accomplishment, and his explanation of why he felt he had to do it, sure are an exhilarating change from that, aren’t they?


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