Elizabeth Warren Spreads the Dumbest Lie About the U.S. Military

It’s a phrase we’ve become accustomed to hearing again and again by individuals from all nationalities and political persuasions — but saying it over and over again fails to make it any less of a patent falsehood.

In this tweet, beautifully rebutted by the Daily Wire’s Ben Shapiro, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is obviously sounding off her support for LGBT members of the U.S. Armed Forces. While these individuals are certainly prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice and therefore deserve nothing but the utmost respect, the progressive icon is being a bit generous when she suggests that this is exactly what makes the United States military so formidable.

Shapiro hits the nail on the head when he brings up that it is the superior firepower, not the rainbow colored faces, that make the American military great. As a quick example, the U.S. has more aircraft carriers in the Navy alone than all other national armed forces around the world combined.

Taking it a step further, the U.S. military’s training courses for its recruits are nothing less than legendary. This is exactly why countless countries around the world train with American soldiers and commanders.

If anything, this tweet reveals everything Warren knows about the military, which is apparently nothing.

~ Facts Not Memes


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