Drew Walker has updated his GoFundMe page, where he’s asking “patriots” to cough up $3,500 so he can travel from coast-to-coast on a mission to remove President Obama from the White House. At least — that’s how it all began. There wasn’t a lot of monetary support to physically remove the president from the Oval Office (folks might have sensed the Secret Service would get in his way, despite their recent embarrassments).
Today, Drew’s “askin’ if you can donate whatever you can,” so he can “meet with veterans down on their luck, and we know that those men have gone thru the cracks in our country, and might need a lot of ‘soldiering up.'” Well, that’s great — helping homeless vets is a laudable goal. Drew wants to thank “a couple of patriots that donated fifty, a hundred bucks, twenty bucks … but that’s not what I’m askin’.” Actually, it’s difficult to know what he’s asking, or even follow his train of thought on a good day. Getting rid of the president — or helping vets? I know what was there earlier, but now the video introduction for this fundraising effort has been removed — permanently.
I’d like to know which came first: the raging paranoia or the hatred? It’s one thing to distrust authority and want to hold elected officials accountable. Every reasonable American should want that. It’s another thing entirely to believe your personal fortunes are tied to a vendetta by some faceless federal boogeyman. In Drew’s case, the face belongs to the president, which is why he’s on a mission.
On his Facebook page, the “patriot fund helping vets” becomes another story altogether. There, Drew reminds his “patriots” that he’s “putting’ about eight thousand dollars into this trip, and a lot of the other costs that I’ve incurred, trying to get everything ready.” Makes sense I guess — food, gas and lodging for a cross-country mission to chase the ‘Muslim menace’ from the White House might get expensive. Well — that’s not exactly what Drew’s been up to lately. “Been busy all day boardin’ up my house, getting it ready , so I know, uh — no crackheads and $#i% will be in my place when I get home.” Oh, I see.
Drew also claims “@ssh#&e libtards” are the real problem.
Because we’re paying for their worthless @ss#s to sit at home and collect welfare and everything else, while the rest of us have to work, pay taxes, to feed their worthless @ss#s. And then you throw the [email protected]%ing wetbacks in on it, and we gotta pay for them, too.
Send Drew your cash if you love ‘Murica, patriots, because he really gets it — “Obama’s [email protected]%’d us up to this point, and that’s one of the reasons we need to get him out of office.” Here’s the complete message — but only click if you’re prepared to hear the truth, citizens.
Despite what Drew believes, President Obama’s “Veterans Jobs Corps” helped vet’s unemployment numbers fall six points; homelessness declined twelve points between 2010 and 2011, but today as more troops muster home, the numbers are moving in the wrong direction. The number of young, homeless veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan has nearly tripled in the past two years. There are an estimated 58,000 homeless veterans seeking shelter on any given night in America — and more than a million are considered “at risk” of becoming homeless.
Let’s show Drew what real patriots do — support THE SEMPER FI FUND. Don’t let the name throw you off, they support all branches of military service, with 94% of all donations going directly to veterans; they specialize in “rapid assistance with no red tape.” Oohrah!