Joe Biden asserted on Wednesday that people couldn’t spread COVID-19 if they were vaccinated. He also claimed that his Build Back Better bill was free of charge. The Biden campaign continues to spew gibberish and can’t seem to get their act together.
A White House military assistant announced the Medal of Honor recipient who was still alive, Master Sgt. Earl D. Plumlee made a significant blunder. As Plumlee stood next to President Joe Biden, awaiting his medal, they announced he was getting it “posthumously.”
Moreover, Staff Sgt. Earl D. Plumlee, U.S. Army, received the Medal of Honor posthumously for exceptional heroism at the risk of his life and above and beyond the call of duty. When Marine Lt. Col. William Kerrigan, a military advisor to the president, discovered that Plumlee had been given the medal, he read, “Attention to commands.” It’s unclear if that’s what an assistant to President Abraham Lincoln wrote down for him on March 3, 1863.
As a Special Forces member in Afghanistan, Plumlee was awarded the Medal of Honor for his bravery in combating Taliban suicide bombers. Posthumously, Sgt. First Class Alwyn Cashe and Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Celiz received their honors. There might have been some misunderstanding because Sgt. Plumlee is now a Master Sgt., the same rank as when he received the honor.
He advanced on the greater enemy army, disregarding his safety and confronting many rebels with only his handgun. He killed two terrorists, one with a well-placed grenade and utilizing precise sniper fire to detonate the insurgent’s suicide vest. After that, Staff Sergeant Plumlee joined a small group of American and Polish soldiers who moved from cover to engage the infiltrators.
Therefore, it’s sad that Joe Biden’s pullout from Afghanistan was a disaster and that Americans and friends remain imprisoned there. The Biden team is still breaking the law requiring them to inform Congress what they are doing to get people out of the country and who they evacuate during the pullout. It’s an ongoing betrayal of all those who served and allies who assisted us while people were there.