It’s June: the month we remember brave Americans storming beaches and warriors forced to wait, sidelined until things got worse, joining the fight when they were most needed: men like General George S. Patton and Donald Trump?
I’ve just completed film versions of their stories as well with Silence Patton debuting on Newsmax-TV June 12 as the Citizen Trump film debuts online. So, you liberal soft types might want to sit this one out.
And if you have totalitarian leanings, you definitely should leave.
I understand one was part business/showman, turned politician, and the other a military man through and through, but stand at attention, soldier, and I will straighten you out on why I am right and you are wrong.
We know Patton believed he was a reincarnation of great warriors, back to fight again: a Roman Centurion, a soldier with Le Grand Arme, returned in every century. But, if true, how would he fight in the next life? Patton died December 21, 1945, and Donald Trump was born 175 days later on June 14, 1946.