The late, great actor John Wayne is the perfect remedy for the liberal pantywaist who called on Major League Baseball to ban the singing of “God Bless America” at ballgames.
“It’s time for God to stop blessing America during the seventh-inning stretch,” the New York Daily News’ Gersh Kuntzman wrote in a piece published on Thursday.
Saying the song “offends everyone” and embodies the “worst things” about America, Kuntzman appealed to readers to join him this July 4 “by not rising and not doffing your cap for a song that is not the national anthem of a nation that is not uniquely blessed by some deity that doesn’t exist anyway.”
Kuntzman’s name may sound familiar, he’s the girly-man who said he was “terrified” when he fired an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle. He whined that the recoil hurt his shoulder and that “the explosions — loud like a bomb — gave me a temporary form of PTSD.”
But “The Duke” rises from the grave to rescue America’s manhood in a timeless tribute lost in today’s age of progressivism, which thrives on drawing attention to the country’s faults and results in the President of the United States embarking on a worldwide apology tour.
“Tomorrow, remember this is my country and I’m gonna do good for it,” Wayne says as he is joined by the era’s top stars in singing “God Bless America.”
Take that Kuntzman!
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