A five-time draft dodger, Donald Trump doesn’t respect our military or veterans – in fact he only cares about them when it’s convenient for his personal or political agenda.
Did he care about West Point cadets, when at the height of the pandemic he directed 1000 of them to return to campus so he could give an in-person commencement address? His ego needed to be fed, despite the inconvenience and personal health threat to cadets having to return and undergo a 14-day quarantine period.
Did he care about sailors aboard the U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier, when the captain of the ship raised concerns about the spread of COVID-19 amongst the crew, only to be fired for speaking up?
Did he care about the military when, according to the rulings of two federal courts, he illegally took money from the Pentagon budget for his racist border wall?
Did he care about the intelligence briefing raising the concern that Russia was paying the Taliban a bounty for the deaths of American troops in Afghanistan?
In the words of General James Mattis, who was appointed Secretary of Defense by Trump and served in that role for two years before resigning: “Donald Trump is the first president in my lifetime who does not try to unite the American people…Instead he tries to divide us.” Mattis’ comment was made after police tear-gassed peaceful demonstrators so Trump could have a photo op with a bible (that he held upside down) outside St. John’s Church near the White House.
Trump is committed to using federal forces against peaceful demonstrators. Should you or your loved ones in the military be faced with being ordered to attack peaceful citizens exercising their Constitutional rights?
What Would Joe Biden’s Military Look Like?
Learn about Biden’s commitment to American veterans here: https://joebiden.com/veterans/
Friends Don’t Let Friends NOT Vote!
The only way we can flip Florida blue this election is if we vote in huge numbers. Help a friend vote. Talk to them about how important their voice is this year. Know a young person who is eligible to vote for the first time? Talk with them about current events and make sure they vote early or show up at the polls on November 3.
With your help, we can and we will make a difference in our state, our country, and the world.
What Can You Do?
- Vote early!
- If you have a mail-in ballot, send it back immediately. It must arrive by Election Day or it will not be counted.
- Drop your mail-in ballot off at your Supervisor of Elections office OR any secure Early Voting dropbox in your county.
- Vote early in person! Click here for early voting days/hours/locations in your county.
- Vote for Joe Biden, and remind your friends and family to vote, too!
- If you do vote in person on November 3, you must go to your designated polling place. Find your poll location here.
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